100 E. 63rd St., New York, NY, 10021
at Park Ave.
By bleamanl on 1/26/2007
I made the reservation for restaurant week 3 days before. I was only able to get a 5:45 reservation however the restaurant was nearly half empty at 7pm when we had finished our meal. That aside, the choices on the prix fixe menu were excellent. We had the sweet potato soup and the scallops, the short ribs and the sea bass. The service was equally good. The restaurant is very spacious and comfortable.
By fine_food on 10/12/2005
I took my wife to the Park Avenue Cafe for her birthday and we both truly enjoyed our meals. I was impressed by their service. I had requested a birthday desert for my wife which was excellent.
By christjan on 9/23/2005
I recently visited this restaurant after hearing some great experiences. I went for the pay your age, yes probably the best deal in town. It had a great energetic crowd of people. the atmosphere was calm. The wine list was ok but the food was great. We had one of the best meals we have had in the city. I was also glad to see that the bill was not outragous. Overall I had a great time.
By eatdat on 4/17/2005
This is the place for foie gras. This place is the best bargain in town during the promotion time, "Pay your age."
By dtf206 on 3/14/2005
I recently returned to PAC, and they re-did the interior drapes nicely - a light and American atmosphere. We sat at the Chefs table which has A/C and is soundproof--how ingenious... if only Le bernardin had the same setup. Veal entree was good, starters were flavorful and the dessert was among the best. I'm glad I returned..and was suprised
By martin_chamois on 10/22/2003
This is an over rated under performing expensive restaurant living on past praises. The service is the "amateur hour". The decor has outlived its period if there ever was a period for over blown Americana. And don't even mention the insipid food. Awful. But as long as the Upper East/West families turn to this to celebrate every family event it will probably stay on the map. What a shame.
By truly_sweet on 5/16/2003
Although the prices are super-high, so is the quality of EVERYTHING. WOW! The breadbasket, the iced tea, the food itself - all-American classics done to PERFECTION. What a superb experience - and perfect for Mother's Day. (Or Brunch)
By chikie on 1/28/2003
I went there because I had heard such good reviews in the past. However I was very disappointed with the service, price, and ambiance. The food was good but not worth the price. It even cost 14.50 for a glass of house wine. The decor needs work unless they wanted you to feel like you were in a shack.