Row 1

24 E 81st St (at Madison Ave.)
New York, NY 10028
(646) 559-4880
$ $ $ $
Mon–Thu: 5:30 PM–11:00 PM Fri–Sat: 5:30 PM–Midnight Sun: 11:30 AM–3:00 PM

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  • Chef John DeLucie's latest resto, Crown is bringing the cool kids uptown. It has already hosted the likes of Madonna, Gwyneth Paltrow and Karl Lagerfeld, and is the latest seen-to-be-seen spot.
  • Delicious burger!! Good service and perfect ambience ;-)
  • As the Mayor of Crown -- I can only suggest that you see either Elizabeth or Philippe for any issues,.
  • The second restaurant by Chef John DeLucie has recently opened near Metropolitan Museum: be sure to order Heather Bertinettis desserts
  • Best Spanish octopus, foie gras terrine and cote de boeuf! The ricotta fritters are a must have for dessert!
  • A great destination to meet fellow well healed individuals
  • Crown is back with a new "Farm to Crown" section on its menu (which includes dishes like Long Island duck served with peaches and purslane).
  • All their meat is free range and organic!
  • Spend some time at the bar.
  • John DeLucie latest culinary show is housed in an Upper East Side Townhouse. A must try is the Hudson Valley foie gras terrine garnished with white peaches and rack of lamb with nepitella pesto.
  • Led by hotshot restaurateur and chef, John DeLucie, who was responsible for The Waverly Inn and the Lion, the Crown exceeds all expectations, that suffice to say...
  • Same owners as Lion
  • Many of the aged totems of the classic uptown dining experience are present on the slightly more prosaic entre list, including grilled Maine lobster; several cuts of decent, beefsteak
  • Amazing, well crafted cocktails. Try the clover club and an aperol sour.
  • Self-indulgant behaviors have never been so encouraged or more appropriate in a place like this. This fine dining experience should be on everyone's to-do list this year.
  • One of my top 5 nyc restaurants
  • Good food overall but over priced and over snooty crowd!
  • Downstairs, a secret room hidden behind a swinging bookshelf can be used for private events; the adjacent kitchen turns out seasonal fare courtesy of chef Jason Hall from Gotham Bar & Grill.
  • The ambience was great. Service was a little overbearing. Food wasn't anything special.
  • ny mag platt review