Gramercy Tavern
 


42 E 20th St
New York NY 10003
(212) 477-0777
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Gramercy Tavern is among the finest of the new wave of classic American restaurants (remember that Tom Colicchio was founding partner and chef here before he left to open his own restaurants and become a TV star). With Danny Meyer running the show and Michael Anthony (who previously spent time at Daniel and helped Dan Barber develop his influential style at Blue Hill at Stone Barns) in control in the kitchen, the restaurant continues to excel at serving refined American cuisine without pretension. Anthony has become known for his simply prepared fish dishes in particular, such as flounder with cabbage, leeks, olives, and oyster mushrooms , as well as butternut squash custard with carrots and hazelnuts, and pork loin and belly with navy beans, tasso, and kale. From the murals that wrap the dining room to the lavish floral arrangements and from the copper-and-candle glow to the reputation for flawless service, a meal at Gramercy Tavern is one you’re not likely to forget any time soon.



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Gramercy Tavern - Flatiron - New York Magazine Restaurant Guide
Chef Michael Anthony is an expert in the delicate arts of poaching and braising, and has revamped the menu, filling it with subtle, slightly bucolic creations. See the review of this American Nouveau restaurant at 42 E. 20th St. in Manhattan.
http://nymag.com/listings/restaurant/gramercy-tavern/
Gramercy Tavern Menu - Flatiron - New York Magazine Restaurant Guide
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Gramercy Tavern - Flatiron - New York Magazine Restaurant Guide
Chef Michael Anthony is an expert in the delicate arts of poaching and braising, and has revamped the menu, filling it with subtle, slightly bucolic creations. See the review of this American Nouveau restaurant at 42 E. 20th St. in Manhattan.
http://nymag.com/urr/listings/restaurant/gramercy-tavern/
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Gramercy Tavern - Gilt -- New York Magazine Restaurant Review
With a low-key new chef, Gramercy Tavern is cooking again.
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Gramercy Tavern - Gilt -- New York Magazine Restaurant Review
With a low-key new chef, Gramercy Tavern is cooking again.
http://nymag.com/restaurants/reviews/30611/index1.html
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Warren B.
Do what you love in life and happiness follows. Like lunch a Gramercy Tavern with my gnome Klaus.
Serious Eats
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.
ThePurplePassport.com
We enjoy the pairing of classic American fare and an upscale, refined setting. We also like how the staff is savvy about the local ingredients that many of the dishes are crafted from.
La Dolce Vita
One Michelin star.
Gansevoort Hotel Group
Best seasonal dishes! And also known as the first restaurant in New York!
Michelin Travel & Lifestyle
The wood burning oven is a centerpiece of the cooking here and imparts lovely smokiness to any ingredient it touches. - Inspector
OscarPRGirl
Ladies room mirror is a skinny mirror.
Rolling Stone
Jimmy Fallon: "This is my favorite restaurant in New York. Everything is good here." He's a particular fan of the venison tartare.
Bravo
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
@A.G. Wine - iPhone/iPad
It's tough to beat 2005 in Bordeaux…opt for the Chateau Monbrison, a great value! The trademark Margaux intense fragrance and tobacco-sour cherry flavors are in evidence. Let it breathe if possible…
Mazda
This restaurant was designed by Bentel & Bentel, is wrapped with murals by artist Robert Kushner, and decorated with vibrant floral arrangements by Roberta Bendavid.
Bravo
This is the quintessential NYC restaurant. Cozy, comforting, delicious. -Malika Ameen, Top Chef Just Desserts
GourmetLive
The restaurant’s no-reservations front room is that rare space that’s sexy enough for a date but comfortable enough for your grandparents, and the menu is so thoughtful it’s like an act of generosity.
Gansevoort Hotel Group
Gansevoort Recommend
The New York Times
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
Eater
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]
Epicurious
Bold, seasonal dishes are the main event at this classic NYC restaurant. Sit in the front room for a fun, casual atmosphere, or get more intimate over the white-linen tablecloths in the back.
CNN
CNN Eatocracy: It's one of the New York's most beloved restaurants -- and for good reason with its luxurious yet homey atmosphere. Everything's seasonal and you really can't go wrong.
Bravo
The best black cod I've ever had. Chef Michael Anthony is a true artist. -Ron Duprat, Top Chef
Kathryn Y.
Go to Gramercy Tavern and sit in the Tavern Room for lunch. Order the soup and sandwich deal for only $14.
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