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21 Club
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Today 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 11:00 pm
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21 W 52nd St New York, NY 10019
21 West 52nd StreetUSNew YorkNew York10019
(212) 582-720021club.com
$$$$Restaurant, BarToday 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 11:00 pm
Monday 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 10:00 pmTuesday 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 10:00 pmWednesday 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 10:00 pmThursday 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 10:00 pmFriday 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 11:00 pmSaturday 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 11:00 pmSunday Closed
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Celebrated New York City Restaurant, serving fine American cuisine in the famous Bar Room, romantic Upstairs at ‘21’, and 10 private banquet rooms.
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Upscale former speakeasy serving classic American fare in an old New York setting.- Google
"Order the steak tartare that's finished and served at your table."
"Scene: People watching at the bar."
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Bin Fang
5 months ago
Still keeping it all about burgers, and when any restaurant makes television news programs for remodeling and announcing their 'new' burger, I gotta check it out and pass judgement. I hadn't been to 21 for more than a decade and the remodel turns out to be almost flawless. It's really one of the last great 'club's' in America, masculine, rich, subtle, intriguing and almost sensual. Thank God the bar is there for plebian burger lovers like me, and to the bar I repaired to order my first 'new' 21 burger. It's really a great feeling place, dark, rich woods, lush, warm, Hemingwayesque and frivolous at the same time. Toys and artifacts hang from the ceilings and decorum, taste and restraint are mocked with civility. The burger arrived, a thick, charred fist of fine ground beef on a beautiful bun. No catsup here, but the infmaous 21 sauce. The meat tasted of the char and was perfectly cooked but perhaps not worth the almost $30.00 were it not for the sense of grandiose irrelevance. Top notch fries accompany their deluxe offering and it's a big burger which all makes for the equivalent of taking the Orient Express only across Paris rather than the whole trip. Make any sense? It's not supposed to!
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Loura Conerney
a year ago
Visited during restaurant week. $38 three course menu. Nice relaxed atmosphere, dress code enforced. Interesting decor; small scale replica vehicles hanging from the ceiling. See Google Business Tour. Food mediocre. I had a Cesar salad followed by the salmon fish. My desert was a chocolate fondant which I sent back as it was dreadful, replaced with an average brûlée. Staff made my dining partner feel uncomfortable. Great wine, Sancerre $17 a glass.
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Ronald difilippi
9 months ago
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Beth Robison
a year ago
Went for restaurant week. They sat us at a table with two seats side-by-side - yuck! There was something about the atmosphere that just wasn't jiving with me - I loved the toys hanging from the ceiling, but it doesn't match the dress code. The food was fabulous: the summer salad had an incredibly light yet flavorful dressing; the pork tenderloin was good, a little on the dry side, so they were kind enough to bring me more sauce; the creme brulee was great. The service was off. I would go back for restaurant week or on someone's expense account but definitely not if I'm paying full price.
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Mary Stover
a year ago
pre fixe menu was not quality food and service was very bad very slow if you are going to the theater and want to make it on time don't eat hear. There car parking arrangement wasn't good ether was to cost $ 10.00 ended up at $50.00
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Charlie Shay
2 years ago
21 Club, with its rich history and unique decor, definitely has a lot of character. The place has quite an old school, exclusive club vibe. Food here is nothing short of wonderful, although I can't say if they justify the price tag. Service is a bit of a mixed bag. The staffs are professional and courteous, but I felt the efficiency was lacking. Nonetheless, it is worth the experience.
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Traci Cappiello
2 years ago
I dined at 21 Club during restaurant week and loved the venue just as much as I loved the food. We dined in the bar room, which was the perfect combination of kitsch and old school paraphernalia. Despite ordering from the restaurant week menu, dinner for two, with a glass of wine, was nearly $110, but well-worth it! Make sure you ask to see the wine cellar/speakeasy! Tip your host!
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Minh T. Nguyen
a year ago
So don't let the "21 Club" name fool you into thinking that this is a young Meatpacking-like of a crowd and scene. Quite the opposite. This is an Ivy-league club kind of a setting with a bar and lounge and a very fine-dining area in the back and upstairs. The waiters were very attentive and courteous, and the food was splendid.