133 E. 61st St., New York, NY, 10065
nr. Lexington Ave.
By lilydog on 6/7/2010
The chicken breast I had at lunch was one of my best meals of all time. The skin of the chicken was so perfectly cooked and seasoned and the meat was so juicy. You must try the lollipop dessert at least once, even though it's a bit too sweet. The white, clean atmosphere is peaceful and the wait staff is attentive and professional without being stuffy. Perfect service.
By garlandcompany on 1/5/2007
To preface this, both times I ate at db&d, it was for lunch during a recent trip to New York. The first time was without a reservation and the host was charming and readily seated us--even though the restaurant was almost full. The second time we had a reservation and as soon as we walked in the door he remembered us from our previous visit. The food was wonderful, the service, while a little slow at times, was always charming. This will become a regular for us everytime we visit New York.
By nmancuso on 10/4/2004
I took my mother here for her birthday and we had a fantastic dining experience. We had delicious appetizers which included the 'angry' lobster and had the lobster steaks for the main course. We were very impressed with the decor, service, accomodating wait staff, and gorgeous and innovative food. Everything tasted as lovely as it looked! The restaurant has a very home-like atmostphere with it's comfortable seats and carpeted floors. We had a fabulous time and will definitely go back! Thank you David Burke for a seafood feast worthy of my mother!
By AndrisSilis on 4/13/2004
I've traveled all over the country and abroad and have never had a finer dining experience then the one I had at davidburke and donatella. From appetizers to the main course to dessert, chef David Burke has created as fine a masterful symphony of flavors as Beethoven ever wrote! The minute I entered the restaurant I felt a sense of perfect decor and style that ended up being complimented and even enhanced by the absolute perfection of the service I received. Many restaurants try to live up to their advance hype. This one exceeds it in every way imaginable and then some! A true 4 Star experience!!!
By sack on 4/8/2004
David Burke is a star. From the food, presentation, decor, service, and wine list -- i just loved DB and Donatella. My favorite dishes were the short rib lasagna and the surf and turf appetizer. Angry lobster to start was off the charts as well. I ate 5 cheesecake lollipops when the rest of the table wasnt looking. Being a fine wine collector and a man of the city I thought the wine list was solid for a newer restaurant. David Burke is approachable and very friendly. All and all a great new restaraunt.
By rockwell on 3/8/2004
there is no detail to small. ever thing has a suprise to it. if you can get people at the table talking about the bread and butter, they will be speachless by the time deserts come out. bring your camera phone you will want to take pics of these wild and tasty dishes.
By SkyeKinkaid on 7/12/2010
I recently hosted an event for a dear friend at this establishment. The person who took care of us was named Joshua Klam (I sincerely hope I'm getting that right, but he was working there on Sat. July 10, 2010). To say he should write a book on service is an understatement. I can't recall a more helpful, attentive, thorough, professional, in the service industry. The food was delicious, the atmosphere was classic, and everything one would hope for as the host for an event was taken care of properly (seated immediately, staff attentive to the needs of the guests and with remarkably kind personalities, food served promptly and dietary needs of guests taken into consideration even when those needs were disclosed at the last minute). I could go on and on about how fantastic my experience was, but I will spare you the endless praises I feel this establishment truly deserves. In fact, several of my guests happened to be executives who hosts events frequently in the city (thus my desire to make quite the impression among the pros) and they all commented on "how fantastic the service is here" and "we should come back here again". I have nothing but praises for David Burke Townhouse and Joshua Klam! Thanks!
By gjl137 on 2/3/2010
Three of us had a reservation on a Saturday night at DB Townhouse. While they were late seating us we were able to enjoy a cocktail at the bar and the bread sticks with mustard oil. The bar area is really tight so if you are with more than three people expect to be squished. We went with the prix fixe menu which entailed a four course meal. Everything they served was delicious and a decent price considering the four courses ($62). The wait staff is great and do not rush you. We were there for over two hours and there was never a feeling of urgency. The decor of the restaurant is unique with artwork in every nook and cranny of the restaurant.
By jessicahartley on 5/14/2009
Tuesday night I attended a Foodbuzz event hosted at David Burke's Townhouse and it was wonderful. The plentiful array of foods seemed endless and each small bite bursted with flavor. David was there to greet dozens of food bloggers who were all equally satisfied with David's delectable hors d'ouvres. My favorites were the sliders, tuna tar tar, and the butterscotch panna cotta, yum! For more information on the Foodbuzz event at David Burke's Townhouse visit: http://hartleyconfections.com
By Truffle17 on 1/31/2009
This was fantastic! Loved the place -- the lobster, the lollipops! The back dining room is definitely better than being up front as everyone walks through -- but we went as a large group for a combined birthday celebration and it was simply remarkable! The lollipops are now available commercially so you don't have to go to the restaurant, but we would definitely spare the grocery store and make the trip here -- we saw some great pictures of the chihulis on www.travelsintaste.com. There are also some great pics on their website www.davidburketownhouse.com!