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Delmonico's

212-509-1144  •  $$$$
ADDRESS: 56 Beaver St, (near S William St), New York, NY 10004

CUISINE: Steak House, Fine Dining

FEATURES: Full Bar, Smoke Free

DETAILS
Among the distinctive firsts at Delmonico's steak house, which originated in 1837: It featured the first printed menu, the first tablecloths, and the first restaurant where guests sat at their own table. Delmonico steak, Lobster Newburg, and baked Alaska also can trace their origins here. Reservations suggested. Full bar. Serving lunch Mon-Fri, dinner Mon-Sat. Closed Sun. From Open Table and the restaurant:
"Delmonico's began as the first restaurant in the United States and has had a profound impact on American dining tradition. Our setting is where nearly two centuries of notable poets, affluent socialites, celebrities and presidents have celebrated in the splendor that is Delmonico's. Delmonico's welcomes Executive Chef Bill Oliva to our kitchen. While preserving the classic dishes such as Lobster Newburg, Delmonico's Steak and Baked Alaska, Bill brings a level of culinary sophistication to Delmonico's with his addition of creative seafood offerings and other inventive dishes."

"Opulent, old-fashioned and dignified, the huge rooms are rich with stained wood and soft upholstery, and the tables are swathed in oceans of white linen. There is one steak to recommend: the rib-eye may not have the pedigree of a porterhouse or Delmonico, but it is big, tasty and perfectly cooked."
- The New York Times

The New York Times: * (good)
Zagat 2014: 23 food rating (very good to excellent)

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Among the distinctive firsts at Delmonico's steak house, which originated in 1837: It featured the first printed menu, the first tablecloths, and the first restaurant where guests sat at their own table. Delmonico steak, Lobster Newburg, and baked Alaska also can trace their origins here.
 
From Open Table and the restaurant:
"Delmonico's began as the first restaurant in the United States and has had a profound impact on American dining tradition. Our setting is where nearly two centuries of notable poets, affluent socialites, celebrities and presidents have celebrated in the splendor that is Delmonico's. Delmonico's welcomes Executive Chef Bill Oliva to our kitchen. While preserving the classic dishes such as Lobster Newburg, Delmonico's Steak and Baked Alaska, Bill brings a level of culinary sophistication to Delmonico's with his addition of creative seafood offerings and other inventive dishes."

"Opulent, old-fashioned and dignified, the huge rooms are rich with stained wood and soft upholstery, and the tables are swathed in oceans of white linen. There is one steak to recommend: the rib-eye may not have the pedigree of a porterhouse or Delmonico, but it is big, tasty and perfectly cooked."
- The New York Times

The New York Times: * (good)
Zagat 2014: 23 food rating (very good to excellent)
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Reservations suggested. Full bar. Serving lunch Mon-Fri, dinner Mon-Sat. Closed Sun.

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