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Porter House New York

Named for New York's 19th Century Pubs, This Porter House Offers a Fresh Take on the Traditional Steakhouse

    
   
PORTER HOUSE NEW YORK AT A GLANCE

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Overview
  • Spectacular views of Central Park, Columbus Circle and Upper East Side
  • Comfortably elegant steakhouse run by a "celebrity chef" who is in the kitchen on a regular basis
  • Regularly chatting with guests in the dining room Lomonaco's smile and friendly demeanor is infectious
  • Named after New York's 19th century meeting places and taverns, where people congregated for food, drink and congenial conversation, the restaurant captures exactly the feeling of New York's old porter houses - only with a modern, elegant twist
  • Comfortable chairs nicknamed "three-hour chairs"
  • Multilevel restaurant with exposed ceiling beams
  • Separate comfortable bar area
  • Dramatic floral arrangements
  • Private dining area for up to 50 seated guests
  • Pictures of jazz musicians decorate the walls

   
     
    
Chef/Menu
  • Executive Chef/Managing Partner: Michael Lomonaco, previously of Windows on the World
  • Chef is a noted television personality
  • Elegant steak house with great space and views featuring steaks, poultry, and a variety of sides
  • Sample Dishes: Hudson Valley Duck Steak/Hand-Chopped Beef Filet Tartare/Aged Prime Strip Steak
  • Glass of Wine $9 – $19/Appetizer $10 – $78 (for three)/Entree $26 – $42/Dessert $10
  • Offers nightly specials Monday through Saturday
  • Reservations recommended

Comfort

Service: Attentive and Knowledgeable
Acoustics: Muted and pleasant with high ceilings
Lighting: Sensitive, comfortable mix of artificial and natural light
Table Proximity: Mixed booths and various sized tables with comfortable spacing

location/hours

Time Warner Center
10 Columbus Circle (at 60th Street); 4th Floor
New York, NY 10019
Reservations: (212) 823-9500
Hours: Lunch 11:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. (Daily); Dinner 3:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. (Sun – Wed), 3:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. (Thurs – Sat)
Dress Code: Business Casual

   
     
      
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