Sun-Thu, noon-10:30pm; Fri-Sat, noon-11:30pm
6 at 33rd St.
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After four decades of faithful service to Peter Luger, its former headwaiter, Wolfgang Zwiener, has opened a restaurant of his own. The elegant room with its striking Guastavino-designed vault ceiling, a bigger menu with more seafood, and the credit-card policy (they take them) distinguish Wolfgang's from Peter Luger. The meat, though, is prime, dry-aged for about 28 days in a basement locker and cut into porterhouse steaks for two, three, or four, just the way they do it in Brooklyn.Recommended Dishes
Porterhouse for two, $93.90; filet mignon, $47.95; sirloin steak, $45.95; lamb chops, $44.95; salmon, $29.95; creamed spinach, $10.95; cottage fries, $9.95; German potatoes, $11.95