The Gander

Row 1

15 W 18th St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave)
New York, NY 10011
(212) 229-9500
New American
$ $ $
Mon–Thu: Noon–10:00 PM Fri: Noon–11:00 PM Sat: 11:30 AM–11:00 PM Sun: 11:30 AM–5:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • The menu includes crispy calamari, an iceberg wedge, fluke crudo, 4 types of pasta, rotisserie chicken, and a dry-aged steak.
  • Get over to this new American spot for great steak, "Buffalo" sweetbreads, brisket "tots", lamb pastrami and Tasmanian trout with coco beans, chorizo, leeks, and beurre rouge.
  • All we can say is that we're still dreaming about the brisket tots - we highly recommend ordering your own and not sharing. As a main, definitely order the duck breast - the seasoning is perfect!
  • Obviously get the brisket tots and suckling pig, but don't miss out on the creative charcuterie selection (it's like a chefy app sampler) + spaghetti w 3 types of clams and a hearty "bisque" sauce.
  • The Bitches say: C. A lovely ambiance in a great neighborhood, but only one dish was remarkable. Dont sleep on the German pancake, but the rest of the food was good, but not great.
  • Check out Chef Jesse Schenker's popular Buffalo sweetbreads ($12), homemade pasta, and hearty-but-creative mains like suckling pig porchetta with apple mustard ($32).
  • They have the most epic hash browns in New York City.
  • Brisket tots are amazing. The service not so much.
  • The duck was delicious
  • Fantastic!
  • Good food but very noisy
  • If you visit The Gander dont forget to pair your favorite dessert with Pueblo Viejo Aejo.
  • Cocktails & appetizers are on point. Gin lovers try Rhubarb & Rose. Mushrooms, cauliflower, fries were immensely flavorful. Eli our server was the best NYC service I've had in ages.
  • Get a fantastic meal for lunch, or dinner.
  • get the brisket tots!
  • The Ganders glossy, marble bar, lined with comfortable green stools and lit by rose-colored lamps, is great spot to take in the warm atmosphere while enjoying a drink.
  • The cheese burger had a reputation but to me it was just the absolutely most basic burger. Not bad, just boring.
  • Good service - ordered the duck and it was waaaay go salty; dessert more than made up for it though (can't remember what we ordered though)
  • Briske tots w sour cream sauce, chargrilled octopus w fennel salad, fish stew w grilled bread & seasonal cobbler. Skip roasted cauliflower and cheese plate.
  • he Easter colors reflect in a Margarita mixed with Pueblo Viejo. Get yours here at The Gander!