60 W Market St, Salt Lake City, UT | Directions 8410140.761744 -111.892995
Monday To Thursday From 11:30 AM To 02:00 PM Monday To Thursday From 05:30 PM To 10:00 PM Friday From 11:30 AM To 02:30 PM Friday From 05:30 PM To 10:30 PM Saturday From 05:30 PM To 10:30 PM
Neighborhoods: Rio Grande
Spencers – Exellent service, wine list and cigar selection. You cannot go wrong with the rib eye. Best tasting cut in town
Pure Class – Although romantically elegant, it is best for business dinners and lunches. Reservations are strongly recommended.
very good but excruciatingly slow – always reliably good food and a wonderful atmosphere but the sevice is so slow, I'm ready to go before the appetizers come.
In a league of it's own – When dining The New Yorker you will soon realize what sophisticated cuisine is all about, a la the San Francisco, New Orleans and New York experience. There are maybe 3 or 4 restaurants in Utah that I consider in this league, and The New Yorker is one of them. However, after dining here a number of times, I've learned to choose from the more imaginative specials of the day than sticking to the regular menu. They're just more elaborate, tasteful... The New Yorker has both a terrific domestic wine selection as well as imported. Not as good as Metropolitan's but still very nice.
Really the best steak – The New Yorker serves Certified Angus Beef Prime which is the cream of the cream of steak. There is no restaurant in Salt Lake that serves a better steak. It is a tremendous value and the chef is unequalled in his presentation.
Classic Restaurant – Maybe a little over-rateted, but it IS a great restaurant. Wonderful service, and when the service is bad for whatever reason, they do something to correct the problem.
The New Yorker seems to know that they're really in the service business, and they work exceptionally hard to preserve that. And, the food is usually great too.
It's not all that – I had an absolutely HORRIBLE experience at the New Yorker during the Olympics. I've had a membership for two years and won't be renewing. The food was cooked improperly, the waiter had attitude, and I had to physically get up and find the server three times because we were neglected for so long. There are many, many classy restaurants in SLC, and this isn't one of them.
Forget About It – I really enjoyed the food. The flavors and selection were very good. The service was less than desirable. Employees discussing how people tip and bartenders arguing with servers. Service was well below expectations.
The best of the best. – Wow. What an experience. The food? Excellant. The service? Even better. This place literally knocked my socks off! This my favorite restaurant of all time. You haven't tried great dining till you have tried this place.
Beautiful, upscale dining – The New Yorker is a private club, but it doesn't have a stodgy clubby feel that you might expect from a below-ground restaurant. The bar area is a wonderful, upscale place to enjoy after-work cocktails. The restaurant is a great spot to people-watch, dine on fine food or share a romantic meal. We once enjoyed a fabulous private party in the back room--service is top notch.
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