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1341 Third Ave., New York, NY, 10021
nr. 76th St.
By AirKarinaBx23 on 6/19/2011
Absolutely amazing service! The food was incredible! Please try the Shrimp and Lobster Spring Rolls! INCREDIBLE!!!!
Memories Linger for the Wrong Reasons
By leeryder on 1/7/2011
On a recent visit I had a Chilean Sea Bass. Today the memories are lingering, not about the taste of the food, but the smell on my clothing. All of my clothing, including my suede coat just reeks of fried food smell. It will take $90 of dry cleaning to finish off a $40 meal. Too bad. I think restaurants of this caliber should leave you with better memories.
By Truffle17 on 1/31/2009
We have been here multiple times and most times have been excellent -- very occasionally a server may not be the best (the last time we were there), but overall its been lovely -- the managers are great and the atmosphere is fun -- if you can't get in you can eat at the bar too which is great if you have the urge but didn't have the time to make a reservation or to wait if there's no room. I've seen a lot more pictures of the place (and food) on www.TravelsinTaste.com if anyone wants to see more...
By ktdrewb on 8/20/2007
I'm really shocked to see negative reviews of this place. It's both mine and my boyfriend's favorite restaurant in Manhattan-- and we've eaten at a lot of good places (Nobu, Tao, Buddakan, Pastis, Capital Grille.) The food here is delicious-- we always get the spring rolls, some maki rolls, and the pear walnut salad for appetizers-- all delicious. Always loved all our entrees. Their cocktails are awesome. The service is top-notch. I highly recommend this place!
By TastiMorsel on 6/10/2007
My boyfriend and I went for brunch, and it was a wonderful experience. We sat outside which was quaint and lovely. I had Smoked Salmon Benedict and he had the Horseradish Crusted Organic Salmon and Molten Cake for dessert-- all were cooked to perfection. Even the bloody mary was spiced right. A+
By tkcuisine on 12/11/2005
Great Brunch Spot
By juiceny on 1/18/2004
All food arrived cold to the table. I ordered 2 appetizers,2 entrees for girlfriend and myself. Everything arrived timely to the table but cold, makes for a miserable experience! Decor is non-existent. For sushi, there's so much better and for lobster, go to Lundy's.
Shore Dining on the Eastside
By martin_chamois on 1/14/2004
While the Atlantic Grill may be considered a sister to the Blue Water Grill, the combination of a much better dinning environment and service, matched with outstandingly prepared seafood, results in not only success, but superiority to its downtown sibling. The overall experience is like going to a beach restaurant on the night all the rowdies are out of town. Simple elegance, friendliness and quality dinning.
Crab-cake eggs benedict to die for
By rikuniaku97 on 9/28/2003
It's very refreshing to have a place like Atlantic Grill in this neighborhood. I liked the decor, almost like being on a barge on the Seine river in Paris. Very friendly waiters - what a change with so many places in New York. Go for brunch; innovative options from the usual brunch fare, and a cosy chic Sunday atmosphere.
By Nerdbird on 9/27/2003
Great fresh fish. Salmon, Swordfish, Tuna, seafood. Large and crowded, especially Fri and Sat night. Sushi bar, outside dining in the summer. Friendly young staff.
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