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Picholine
French Restaurant$$$$
Today 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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35 W 64th St New York, NY 10023
35 West 64th StreetUSNew YorkNew York10023
(212) 724-8585picholinenyc.com
$$$$French Restaurant, Mediterranean Restaurant
French Restaurant
Mediterranean Restaurant
Fine Dining Restaurant
Bar
Today 5:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday 5:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 5:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 5:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 5:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 5:00 – 10:00 pmSaturday 5:00 – 10:00 pmSunday Closed
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Contemporary French Mediterranean

 




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Plates, including those on the popular tasting menu, are artfully presented in a formal setting.- Google
"You must try the Foie Gras “Shabu Shabu” and the Sea Urchin Panna Cotta!"
"One of the great "Old School" NYC restaurants."
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Lori Luo
3 weeks ago
Picholine offers one of the most classic dining experiences to be found in the city, thanks to the watchful eye of Terrance Brennan. The cuisine is best described as French with Mediterranean influences, and a number of menu and course options makes it easy for guests to enjoy a meal of their liking. When I went with a few friends, we all opted for the five course tasting, which started off with a variety of amuses, including a play on the French Onion Soup and a sphere of fried goat cheese. The following courses were all delicious and well-executed, including the Cod Brandade, a play on the traditional "Fish and Chips"; the Agnolotti, two perfectly folded pieces of pasta placed in a dark, rich bolognese; as well as the impressive cheese cart, which is offered right before (and not instead of) the dessert course. Service was excellent as well, and although the interior can be a little subdued and formal, it makes for an excellent dining experience.
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Dolores Seiler
7 months ago
I do not eat meat or salt and I had the best tasting meal I have ever had at Picholine. The Captain was so attentive to my food restrictions and there was so much variety and choice in their special vegetarian menu. The best was the cauliflower main course (I wish I had the recipe). The staff is so caring and attentive but at the same time very French and formal and the restaurant is beautiful. I can't wait to return.
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Jeffrey Piermont
a year ago
we absolutely loved the creative food, amazing service and fantastic cheese. They set the bar for fine dining in NYC. The decor is charming and delightful.
Sylvain Lelapin
a year ago
VERY beautiful! I was very impressed - with the interior, the decor, the service, the food and everything! It's pricey but very much worth it!
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Timm Wolf
a month ago
What else can I say? If you like French food, don't go anywhere else. We walked right in and were seated immediately. Lots of pro staff. Great wine. Not as expensive as I assumed.
Michael Freed
in the last week
Great food, overwhelming service
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Clarissa Silva
a year ago
I am a native New Yorker and will keep to the directness of how we are known to be :) Top Pick for Romantic Night, Elegant Dining, & Upscale Dining. Food: Excellent! Taste and presentation is artful. I recommend the Monkfish that is prepared with a bacon vinaigrette! Drinks: Excellent. Wine list is great! Space: This is a very romantic and modern setting. You enter through velvet drapes into a elegant and romantic dining area. The bar is small, yet quaint and very conducive to mixing and mingling or enjoying your company. Scene: Date night. Elegant. Upscale. Afterwork crowd. Singles scene. Crowd: 30-50s. Service: Extremely courteous & professional.
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Russell Volpe
7 years ago
better than it has been in a while since the recent menu and dining room upgrade. very elegant, fine dining that often rises to those heights and only rarely flags. the size of the staff alone reminds you why you are paying those prices. and the cheese cart remains the gold-standard of its kind.