Bull & Bear Steakhouse

Row 1

301 Park Ave
New York, NY 10022
(212) 872-1275
Steakhouse, Cocktail
$ $
Mon–Sun: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • A classy place for the classy crowd, grab a drink and close your eyes when signing the bill.
  • The aged Ribeye is the best in NYC
  • Grab the third fork from the left and stab a banker.
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  • Be sure to also make a reservation at the adjoining steakhouse: Esquire suggests the Kobe Wagyu rib-eye steak dry aged 60 days for $95, with a Waldorf salad for $17
  • Thumbs up on the Waldorf Oysters.
  • Established 1931 as hotel bar to the relocated Waldorf=Astoria and meant to cater to Wall Street businessmen. Remodeled in 1960 as a steakhouse, but retains clubby, old-school ambience.
  • Love this place! Saw Steve Martin, Kevin Kline and Beyonce while dining here..
  • Pretty poor service and food. Steak was Overcooked.
  • Get the New York Strip.
  • Good place for a more formal business dinner.
  • Try the vodka, the Belvedere is best.
  • Try the filet mignon at the bar
  • Opened in 1931, Bull & Bear Prime Steakhouse is a favorite gathering place for Manhattan's Financial and Wall Street elite. Enjoy a perfect steak and view the magnificent bronze statues behind the bar
  • Some of the bartenders have been here for decades.. that tells you something!
  • You can't stay at the Waldorf Astoria and not drink here, fantastic Manhattan and Long Island Ice Tea...a little pricey but really who cares about the price at a place like this?
  • Grab the corner table overlooking Lexington Ave and watch the world go by!
  • Terrible bartender, terrible drinks, terribly priced
  • Hash browns are exquisite.
  • Awesome Martinis, amazing Bar..