BV’s Grill Offers Aged Steak to a Younger Generation

Joseph Smith of the Bobby Van's restaurant group has opened a steakhouse with a very modern twist in midtown Manhattan
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Both the food and the décor at BV’s Grill are an updated take on the classic New York steakhouse.

The newest restaurant from Joseph Smith of the Bobby Van's restaurant group, BV’s Grill, was conceptualized to serve as a "younger, more hip" version of its steakhouse predecessor, one that appeals to folks in their 20s and 30s. We can dig it; people of all ages deserve a solid cut of beef, an incredibly attentive waiter, and a little less… mahogany. Located on the east side of midtown Manhattan, the interior is  modern and uncluttered, and the open-glass partition that allows guests to peek into the kitchen gives the overall layout an airy feel.

Young or old, anyone can appreciate a good yellowfin tuna tartare or savory Chilean sea bass, and those are just a couple of the perfectly executed seafood dishes you can try at BV’s Grill. If your family wants steak, but you want Italian, you’ll be in good hands with the veal meatballs marinara or chicken parmesan. If you do opt for traditional steakhouse fare, like shared Porterhouse, dry-aged rib eye, or the “surf” option of Maine lobster, you’re sure to leave feeling satisfied.

The restaurant is also open for brunch on weekends, serving eggs, fish tacos, and killer cocktails. 

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