797 Third Ave,
New York , NY 10022 UNITED STATES
The landmark Smith & Wollensky in New York City is located on the corner of Third Avenue and 49th Street, serving outstanding steakhouse fare that features USDA Prime steaks, dry aged and butchered on-premise. Opened in 1977, the original Smith & Wollensky has set the standard by which all other steakhouses are judged. The New York Times agrees, calling the restaurant “a steakhouse to end all arguments” and Gourmet said this is the “quintessential New York steakhouse.”
Although Smith & Wollensky has earned its reputation as the quintessential steakhouse, the menu is varied and offers many options beyond the signature exemplary steaks. Guests can also select from a variety of market-fresh seafood, poultry, and lamb. Delicious side dishes complete the meal, such as creamed spinach, hashed browns, and seasonal vegetables. The irresistible dessert selection ends the meal on a memorable note with a variety of decadent, housemade cakes, sorbets, and ice creams.
Based on 5 reviews
what a disappointmentLast year we went to S&W as part of restaurant week. We had lunch, and were floored by the great service and the divine food. Then we decided to go again this year.
sad but truei stoppped by for a quick lunch and while i was eating the cheese burger i had seen on the corner of my eye two mouses running past my table i got disgusted when i saw the mouses i was half way through my luch paid the check and bounced...
Smart Ass Staff!!!While on my first trip to New York with my parents and my fianc? we visited Smith and Wollensky's steakhouse. When we were seated our waiter introduced himself and proceeded to give us great service, he helped with menu suggestions and...
Great steak, atmosphere.priced accordinglyVery nice atmosphere. Great food. Very expensive. Worth the trip.
Not worth celebrating your special event thereThis past weekend after seeing The Merchant of Venice starring Al Pacino my company of 6 headed to S&W for good wine and steaks. First impression (we were seated at the semi-private room) is getting-old and not in a charming way decor....