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While it's a thoroughly modern steakhouse, Porter House New York has managed to retain all the Old World charm of New York's original 19th century pubs, appropriately called porter houses. Elegant and sophisticated, yet completely unpretentious, this steakhouse will knock your socks off with Chef Michael Lomonaco's food and its dramatic views of Central Park. If you'd like to know a little more about the restaurant in order to maximize your pleasure while dining there, please read on.

    
    Reservations
Reservations can be made either by calling (212) 823-9500 or by clicking here for an online reservation.

Seating
The comfortable chairs throughout the main dining room at Porter House are aptly nicknamed "three-hour chairs." That really says it all. You won't feel like getting up at all when your meal is over. The chairs are that comfortable. The booths are comfortable, too, although the leather upholstered chairs are the real winners.

Atmosphere
The atmosphere at Porter House New York is lovely and service is at once helpful and delightful. The open airiness of the main dining room provides a level of comfort and elegance that's unlike any in an average steakhouse. There's plenty of room to maneuver between tables, and the multilevel dining room adds to the space's open feeling; although it seats about 140, you certainly don't feel at all bombarded with noise. In fact, you're entirely unaware that you're dining with so many other guests. Consider asking for a seat near the windows so that you can truly see the spectacular views.

Restrooms
Restrooms are located off the main dining room. There is no need to leave the restaurant.

   
     
    
Dress Code
The dress code is business casual.

Parking
Porterhouse New York is easily accessible by taxi, subway or car. A parking garage, Central Parking, is located on 58th and 60th Streets between 8th and 9th Avenues. The rates are: $25, for the first hour; $29, for up to two hours; $40, for up to 10 hours; and $54, for up to 24 hours. Oversized vehicles are $10 extra. There is an early bird special from 3 a.m. until 10 a.m. whereby you can park for up to 12 hours for $20. There are also many cabs at the Columbus Circle entrance to the Time Warner Center, and it is easily accessible by subway. If you so desire, you can attempt to find parking on the street, or in another garage farther away, but spots on the street are few and far between.

Awards
Michael Lomonaco, the award-winning cookbook author and acclaimed television host, has received many accolades. And while Porter House New York has only been open a year, we expect it will earn some awards of it's own very soon.

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