The Grill

Row 1

Details
99 E 52nd St (at Park Ave)
New York, NY 10022
(212) 346-7890
New American
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sat: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • The kruellers are the best thing ever. Veal chop pretty good.
  • Definitely go on a corporate card. Overpriced for what you get and the $ sign art in the mens restroom is truly a sign of the type of restaurant this is...
  • Dover sole, pasta a la press, filet au poivre, martinis... the makings of a perfect winter blanket
  • Elegant but still playful, the ambiance and service is lovely. The prime rib, steak ham, Dover sole and crab cakes were all well worth the hype!
  • Chocolate praline cake is overrated. Get the lemon chiffon. Heavenly light and airy with real lemon flavor
  • I dont like red meat much but loved the prime rib. The meat on the rib bone itself is amazing
  • The defining dish: pasta a la presse, in which a strong-armed soul wrings roast duck, squab, pheasant, and bacon through a duck press to extract their juices.
  • Pasta is great. Disappointed with the prime rib.
  • The defining dish: pasta a la presse, in which roast duck, squab, pheasant, and bacon are put through a duck press to extract their juices; they become the sauce for a smoky tangle of egg noodles.
  • Beautiful room. Food and service sadly underwhelmed after all the hype. I wanted to love it, but it felt slightly complacent.
  • FANTASTIC dinner. Great vibe and wonderful service
  • The the best filet mignon (pepper sauce) Ive ever had. Amazing mashed potatoes and cottage fries. The spiced cauliflower and brocolli was also very good.
  • This place has it all: stunning space, good service with many tableside preparations and most importantly DELICIOUS food. Don't miss the pasta a la presse, crab cakes, prime rib and lemon chiffon cake
  • Fantastic spot for a martini
  • Servers in $6,000 uniforms whirl around trolley carts serving Dover sole, filet Peconic, and flamb desserts. Drinks like the classic martini are poured from cut crystal decanters.
  • The tuna tartare was my@favorite
  • A theme restaurant for the wealthy, but one that puts everyone under a spell that they belong here, on this stage, where its always 1950s Manhattan, rain or shine.
  • The ambiance and cocktails are superb! Flavor profiles didnt exactly impress me.
  • Stepped in for a gin sour ("the grill sour"). 18 bucks. Amazing cocktail. Wild vibes and I understand if someone hated it but I loved it
  • Stunning room, aces the old-school New York vibe. Do a cocktail. Do the duck. Dont skip dessert (order whatevers being flambd).