Gotham Bar and Grill
New York NY 10003
Most New York City restaurants would consider themselves lucky to even get a review in The Times. In the 29 years that it’s been around, Gotham Bar and Grill has been reviewed no fewer than six times by the Gray Lady. Even more impressive? It has scored 15 stars — five three-star reviews (four is the best) since chef Alfred Portale took it over in 1985. You can argue about what other restaurants could better stand in for this Greenwich Village institution as the standard-bearer of American haute cuisine — yellowfin tuna tartare with miso–ginger vinaigrette, pheasant and foie gras terrine with black trumpet mushrooms and baby Chioggia beets, Skuna Bay salmon with caramelized fennel and Swiss chard and potato confit — but few would debate the merits of the classic dishes here or the restaurant's long-term commitment to innovation.
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Love the HIGH food salads. -Jill Zarin, Real Housewives of New York City
Old time favorite…where my husband and I had our first date. We dine there at least twice a month. -Dina Manzo, Real Housewives of NJ
Order seafood salad or tuna tartare. Follow with Thai-spiced lobster or steak. And ask for help on the wine. Do prom right this time around.
The tuna tartare at Gotham is legendary for good reason. Don’t overlook the seasonally-influenced pastas either. - Inspector
Entering this temple of American gastronomy, take notice of Warhol's Brooklyn Bridge at the front window, Sugimoto's work on the front platform, and the large Vera Lutter in the dining room.
One Michelin star.
On Food Network's The Best Thing I Ever Ate, Michael Psilakis revisits childhood with his favorite Thanksgiving Dinner, a 3-course meal, at Gotham Bar and Grill. Find more tips at FN Local.
Go to Gotham Bar and Grill. Order something from the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd menus. Make sure you get the foie gras.
The quintessential NYC restaurant, their 3 course dinner is a must. We recommend the seared foie gras and finish your meal up with their scrumptious chocolate cake for dessert.
Did you notice Andy Warhol's iconic "Brooklyn Bridge" in the front window? Look around, and you may also find works by Diane Arbus, Arther Leipzig, William Klein, and Hiroshi Sugimoto. (via ARTINFO
The NY Strip
A true NYC staple, dinner at Gotham Bar and Grill is a must at least once in your life. Try the black bass ceviche followed by the rack of lamb for a truly unforgettable experience.
Super bitchy server must have been on her period.
The dishes highlight regional American ingredients, keeping the food fresh and seasonal. We appreciate the high level of food and service quality this restaurant maintains year after year.
Between the squid ink spaghetti and the camomile lavender tea, I'm happy until Christmas.
The Sweet chilled pea soup, Pan seared salmon, Grill Hanger Steak, Creme Fraiche Panna Cotta, Chocolate cake are ALL a must get if you want a delicious dining experience in Manhattan.
While highly rated, waistcoat waiters & modest menu (this place was opened in 1984) seem dated. Generous portions but snooty staff.
tuna tartare... oolala
try the yellowfin tuna tartar. resfreshing and a tad spicy
Recommended: Greenmarket Prix Fixe Lunch.
A New York classic, they serve up some of the freshest, most seasonal New American dishes. I love to invite out-of-towners for a mid-day meal–their $25 prix-fixe weekday lunch is a steal!
Michelin 2012 ?
Scallops are my fav here) Bon apetite!