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10 Columbus Cir., 4th fl., New York, NY, 10019
at 59th St.
worth the wait
By revdve on 1/15/2007
I believe they have got it right. Food & wine were terrific although pricey but not unusual for NYC. Wine list excellent. Decor is what one would expect from a first class place down to the napkins and table cloth. The staff including the service personnel were all good and obviously highly trained. Worth a visit with parking under neath.
Can Solid Make it at Time Warner Center
By mikefricklas on 12/22/2006
Big space and good steaks, but nothing inspired. Decor is pleasant, but like everything else, does not feel 'special'. In a city filled with home runs at this price level (and even down the hall), can a restaurant that is a solid single make it?
By urikn on 11/9/2006
i visited first time the day the restaurant opened. the medeium filet (they have a different name) was overcooked. the service was not great but it was day one so i revisited end of october and found the restaurant a bit better, even though wait was long and service poor. visited again last week, for the last time. everything went wrong, the new york strip was not a new york strip, the fish was undercooked and different to what the waiter described, service was poor, even the coffee was cold. i doubt this restaurant can survive in the same address of some very good restaurants
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