Gramercy Tavern

Gramercy Tavern

American Restaurant and Bar$$$$
Flatiron District, New York
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  • Eater
    EaterAugust 15, 2014
    Bill Addison's review: "I loved the way Michael Anthony used pork in ways usually associated for beef. A piggy Bolognese tossed with tagliatelle had an appealing unctuousness and meaty bite." Read more
  • Jane P.
    Jane PoretskyOctober 14, 2015
    best time to come is lunch. Fave starters are: Waygu beef tartar- cauliflower cappeletti, beet salad; for the entrees, lamb loin is so tender and flavorful; seabass is subtle with a Japanese flair
  • The Food Sluts
    The Food SlutsJune 26, 2012
    One of the best places in NYC, both in terms of quality and value. Try the tavern for great cuisine at an excellent price. We loved the monkfish with citrus salad ($22) & the ricotta cheesecake ($9). Read more
  • Eater
    EaterApril 6
    Gramercy Tavern is the king of farm-to-table cuisine in New York City. The front room is one of the best places in New York for a leisurely lunch, or a romantic meal during the week. Read more
    Upvoted Sep 28
  • PureWow
    PureWowOctober 23, 2015
    Grab a beer and a fancy burger at the long, L-shaped bar and bring a book or strike up a conversation with the bartender. Either way, you’ll have a low-key night of deliciousness. Read more
  • Serine B.
    Serine BaydounNovember 2
    One of the most flavorful seafood dishes I've had. Lobster bisque adds the extra touch. Let them know if it's you're bday. The cake was coconut, marshmallow and meringue. Just delicious!
  • Emily B.
    Get the off menu burger in the tap room (and sometimes if your really nice in the dining room). Swiss and cheddar, house smoked bacon, and a house made sesame bun!
  • The Corcoran Group
    The Corcoran GroupOctober 26, 2010
    One of the best in New York. Don’t have a reservation? Eat in the bar area and enjoy the same standout service as in the dining room. We love the Sea Bass and the Pasture Raised Chicken.
  • Gothamist
    GothamistOctober 18
    Most of the cider options hail from the New England region, in keeping with the restaurant's longstanding farm-to-table ethos, but there are also options from France, Spain and Switzerland. Read more
  • Silene L.
    Silene LimSeptember 2, 2015
    I have been to GT since 2000. The service and attention to detail is impeccable under the Danny Meyer tutelage. I have never been disappointed by the food nor the price points. Definite must.
  • CITY GRIT
    CITY GRITAugust 5, 2014
    Soup & Sandwich Special for lunch is a steal! But a fancy dinner in the main dining room (reservation required) is a great splurge! The vegetarian tasting is so amazing, we didn’t even miss the meat!
  • Chad H.
    Chad HornerMarch 14
    the tasting menu is amazing, but you can always go with the Tavern room and order a la carte! (pictured: shrimp w/ brussels sprouts and trout roe over black rice)
  • Jason L.
    Jason LiszkaOctober 18, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Go early on a Sunday night, get yourself on the list for the front room and get a drink at the bar while you wait. Seasonal new American dishes, reasonably priced for a 1-star spot, always delicious.
  • refinery29
    refinery29August 3, 2014
    Favorites include the Lamb Pappardelle as well as just about anything Mike Anthony does with chicken or smoked fish (they smoke the fish at the restaurant, it's amazing). Read more
  • Meg F.
    Meg FarmerJanuary 22, 2015
    Wine was superb. Beef tartare, sun chokes & oysters were amazing, as was foie gras. One chef dining with us claimed it was one of the top 5 dishes he'd ever tasted. Skip the burger, go for the lamb.
  • @d_d_dunn
    @d_d_dunnJune 28, 2014
    One of my favorite places to be. The burger is fantastic, however sells out quickly. Get in early for lunch and grab one. Pair it with a Mortoni or two.
  • Epicurious
    EpicuriousNovember 21, 2014
    The bare wood tabletops of no-reservations front room give way to a more sedate scene, and a prix-fixe in the back. But wherever you sit, you're treated to Gramercy's trademark hospitality. Read more
  • Douglas Elliman
    Douglas EllimanJuly 24, 2014
    An iconic American eatery with an exquisite menu and beautiful decor. We love the farm-to-table aspect and really enjoyed their seasonal tasting menu and all the incredible selections it offered.
  • Faymus
    Faymus2 weeks ago
    Although the menu is limited, the choices are good. Great cocktails. And a must try. Atmosphere is good for lunch but starts to pick up for the dinner crowd.
  • Staff Picks
    Staff PicksAugust 7, 2014
    There's nothing better on a summer's evening than a seasonal peach dessert. Head to Gramercy Tavern to try the peach-and-blueberry shortcake, with pecan and lemon- verbena ice-cream. Delicious! Read more
  • Tasting Table
    Tasting TableNovember 7, 2014
    Consider the unconventional creations from Gramercy Tavern's like the apple pie-meets-strude. This autumn desserts revolve around Eastern European & Americana-influenced sweets. Read more
  • Iffat J.
    Iffat JokhioAugust 10, 2014
    Great for a special occasion - they really do spoil you. Splurge and go for the tasting menu - trust them they know what they're doing and are totally good with catering to specific food aversions.
  • Gilt City
    Gilt CityMarch 15, 2011
    Michael Anthony's dishes are at once simple and striking. Sink your teeth into the rabbit fettucine, for example, and you’ll taste every flavor: the tangy parsnips, the earthy Brussels sprouts.
  • Maria C.
    What's good here? Everything. Good, service, ambience. The best in New York without the pretentiousness. There's no way you can eat here and not be happy.
  • Krista S.
    Beautiful decor with tons of fresh flowers around the room. The limeade was some of the best I've had, the monkfish was delicious, and they brought me a cute tray of cookies for my birthday.
  • L B.
    L BDecember 18, 2013
    Visit Gramercy's -more casual front room called the "Tavern"It has its own menu all prepared by the same chefs who cook the $100 tasting menus. Try Half Moon Ice Cream Sandwich & Cookie Plate
  • Grace J.
    Grace JingcoApril 29, 2013
    Exquisite dining experience. Food are absolute delight. Classy & elegant decor. Murals & fresh flowers completes the beautiful atmosphere. The price for the 3 meal course is def out of the question!
  • Jeremy C.
    Jeremy CAugust 14, 2015
    Meal was great from start-to-finish with the strawberry donut the best thing. Go with the prix fixe option to explore the menu. Great for a date or chill at the bar after work.
  • Eric K.
    Eric KuvykinMarch 10, 2014
    Eric Kuvykin said, I frequent most restaurants in NYC. Gem. lately i have been using www.jjlist.com to find great people, great places and great deals. this restaurant is a definite thumbs up. Enjoy!
  • Ms H.
    Ms HeleneFebruary 6
    Striped bass grilled in coconut milk curry with King mushrooms and roasted parsnips, $24. Lunch in dining room is $1-2 more than in Tavern area.
  • Amber
    AmberMarch 17
    Dining in the tavern is always a good choice - consistently good service and delicious food. Also, they have a burger that is only available during lunch, but is worth making an effort for.
  • Off The Menu
    Off The MenuOctober 15, 2015
    The Burger: Only available at lunch time and at a limited quantity, this patty is made of brisket, short rib and beef topped with aged cheddar and house-made bacon served with duck fat potato chips. Read more
  • Marc E.
    Marc EJanuary 19
    Off Menu Burger: 25 lunch-only burgers per day; ground Adirondacks Grazer beef patty, German butterball potato buns; bacon-topped, clothbound cheddar; of-the-moment rotation of condiments
  • Katsu G.
    Katsu GotoJune 28, 2015
    Drinks, appetizer, entrees, deserts, services, interior and music. Everything is so perfect. Love the coffee selection of Blue Bottle for espresso and Irving Farm for French press.
  • Eater
    EaterSeptember 18, 2010
    The unofficial official First Restaurant of New York. Though its formal dining room is a bit too too for Eater 38 contention, the front room and its seasonal American menu wins. [Eater 38 Member] Read more
  • Jesse G.
    Jesse GillJuly 31, 2015
    Probably the best pasta dish I've ever eaten in my life and that's not an exaggeration by any measure. Like wtf holy shit. Pasta. Seriously. You're going to smile all night during and after dinner.
  • Davis A.
    Davis Anderson IIINovember 22, 2012
    Right now they have Quintarelli by the glass. If you're ever so fortunate to see any of his wines available in this manner - take advantage! A master wine maker who is sadly no longer with us.
  • Lori L.
    Lori LuoAugust 10, 2014
    A separate tavern and dining room can accommodate any occasion. Diners in the latter area can choose the excellent Seasonal Tasting Menu, six courses of utter perfection.
  • Adam K.
    Adam KubanAugust 28, 2013
    Next time you want to eat here an font have a reservation, just sit at the bar and get the $16 soup-and-sandwich set. For just a little more than you'd normally pay for a crappy lunch, you get A+ food
  • Colin L.
    Colin LeeJune 4
    We ate at the tavern, which is first come first serve, no reservations and no dress code. The dining room requires collared shirts for guys. Highlights of our meal was off the menu burger & sea bass
  • Hanno R.
    Hanno RanckMay 19, 2015
    Fantastic food and great ambiance for a fair price - in particular if you eat in the bistro. Since you can not reserve the bistro, bring some time for the wait.
  • Joe D.
    Joe DNovember 11, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    Lunch or dinner in the front room doesn't require a reservation, doesn't usually have a long wait (if any), and is delicious at a more affordable price than the main dining room.
  • Aileen T.
    Aileen TseOctober 6, 2014
    we got the tasting menu in october and loved the scallop and duck (crispiest skin ever); if you don't like the dessert option, ask for the full dessert menu
  • The New York Times
    The New York TimesOctober 11, 2010
    Gramercy Tavern is one of the NYT restaurant critic Sam Sifton’s 50 favorite NYC restaurants. To see the full list, get The Scoop iPhone app, an inside guide to New York: NYTimes.com/thescoop
  • Ana Marie 💃
    Ana Marie 💃February 24, 2015
    What a delicious meal. The trout appetizer was the highlight for me...everything else delicious, tried monkfish, lamb loin, tagliatelle. Service was impeccable too.
  • Bravo
    BravoDecember 2, 2010
    Great food and wine list. It is always consistent and has the best atmosphere. I love to eat at the bar where it is more casual and fun. -Carmen Gonzalez, Top Chef
  • david s.
    david suttonDecember 28, 2014
    this is a place that I visit each trip. it's not New York unless I visit. service is impeccable. food outstanding. just give in to the enjoyment of your experience.
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsMarch 5, 2013
    In the tavern section, great food and drinks can be had at a fraction of the cost of a meal in the main dining room.
  • Aline S.
    Aline SalazarJanuary 20, 2012
    Probably the best in NY. The lamb is amazing. Try the Orange Blossom. Get pretty to have dinner here and be ready to spend a few hundred dollars in this place.
  • Toni H.
    Toni HaberMarch 26, 2014
    Be sure to check out the seasonal tasting menu and the season vegetable tasting menu at The Dining Room at Gramercy Tavern for a rotating menu comprised of only the best ingredients in season today.
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