409 Greenwich St, New York, NY | Directions 1001340.721219 -74.009728
Mon-Thu: 12:00pm-10:30pm Friday: 12:00pm-11:00pm Sat-Sun: 5:00pm-11:00pm
Neighborhoods: Downtown, Tribeca
We were there last week on Valentine's Day, it was crazy, very busy and we had to wait a bit, it was worth it. The beautiful hostess and coat check girls at the front were very polite and efficient despite the crowd ! The place is huge , we where seated at a nice table in the corner. The wait staff was very attentive and the food was delicious. If you go there you have to order the German potatoes and the steak of course. For appetizer go with the crab cakes, yummm :) The fish is delicious too, try the tuna! The Creme brulee and the cheese cake are a must to make this dinner end in a perfect way. I would go there again if I am in a mood for good steaks or even fish! :)
Great Food – Food was great, however the atmosphere is kind of old class. Great for anniversaries, dates and bringing the parent here. The filet mignon is tender and juicy and the wines as most nice restaurants have a decent selection. I'm not sure if I would want to come again unless it was a special occassion as a surprise. I've had better with far better decor, but I am not knocking it... food is great!
Pains me to say it... – but this steak may be better the Peter Lugers. I have eaten at just about every good steakhouse in NYC. IMO nothing has ever competed with Lugers but I have seen Lugers slip a bit and I may have to put Wolfgangs in my number 1 spot. The steak for 2 was cooked perfectly. The filet melted in my mouth. For an appetizer we had the bacon, shrimp cockatail and lobster cocktail(not on the lugers menu). The shrimp was probably a little smaller then lugers but very good. The sides were comparable to lugers. I was too full to go for the dessert.
Worst steakhouse I've been to – This is one of the worst steaks I've ever had. Everything was salty as hell (and I like salt) and poorly cooked. The meat was an average quality and tasted of nothing (besides salt). The only saving grace was that the house steak sauce was very sweet so you could bathe the meat in it to cut through the salt and at least get your sustenance. The waiters are constantly trying to up-sell expensive wine and even tried to swap one of my bottles for one 4x the price. They are deceptive and the food is terrible. Stay away unless a lunk headed, palette-challenged trader on an expense account.
not good – on a scale of 1-10 i rate wolfgang's tribeca a 4.
i ordered a sirloin steak and my date a filet mignon. i was quite suprised when my steak came to the table
sliced, like i was a little kid. my waiter did not tell me it was sliced steak. and to top it off, it had little flavor.
the filet wasn't much better.
we had the apple strudel for desert...seems like it was made last week. very stale.the highlite of this dining experiance was the entertaining bartender named SAL.
Mediocre Steaks with Panache – Touted as a steak-eater's heaven, the restaurant left me wanting much more. The steak I ordered was not cooked to my specification, and tasted more of charred butter coating it than anything else. The appetizers were, in fact, much better, than either one of the two steaks I got to taste. Moreover, despite having made reservations well in advance for a special occasion dinner, we were made to wait and then seated in the obnoxiously loud bar area, with traffic of people, sports on TV, and many other things one would not expect of a nice dinner. One of the most forgettable steaks I've had in NYC for years, but makes up for it somewhat with very nice basic appetizers, great shrimp cocktail, and interesting wine selection.
Outstanding Experience! – Normally I just use this site for researching places to eat, however my experience at Wolfgang's last night prompted me to write this review. We had a business dinner last night for about 14 people and fromt he moment we arrived the service was excellent. We were seated promptly. (Experienced an hour wait at the Wolfgangs in mid-town when I had previously eaten there) Once we were seated, we were waited on by at least 3 or 4 waiters. We had someone at our table every two minutes, clearing out plates, refreshing our drinks, or bringing us more food. We must have re-ordered about 20 pieces of bacon, a few additional crabcakes, and plenty of shrimp cocktail and each time the food was brought out withing 5 mins. The staff was extremely friendly as well.
As for the food, it was as good as the service. I was fortunate with a large group to sample the sirloin, porterhouse, and ribeye. All 3 cuts of meat were cooked to order and tasted phenominal. I am partial to the ribey, but the porterhouse was amazing and the sirloin was extremely lean and tasteful. The sides were all incredible. I did enjoy the mushrooms and spinach the most however.
For dessert, you cant go wrong with the ice cream sundae. Delicious.
Great job Wolfgangs SOHO!!!!
This place is AWESOME!!! – I was very lucky to get a table on the weekend for myself and visiting family. We waited a while at the bar to get seated, but it was worth it! I had one of the best meals I've had in New York and the family was floored. I would absolutely recommend this spot anytime. Maybe weeknights are better cause it's less crowded, but you won't regret it!
A Peter Luger alum steps out with his second mecca for meat-feasters. – In Short
If the menu seems familiar, it's because it was inspired by Wolfgang Zweiner's former employer--the renowned Peter Luger. That's the key tip-off for what to order: porterhouse, porterhouse and more porterhouse, broiled up for two, three or four. But the bonuses here include raw bar offerings like lobster and crabmeat cocktails; the setting, with vaulted mosaic-decorated ceilings reminiscent of the Gustavino-tiled Park Avenue branch; and a Key lime pie, slathered with schlag, of course.
Manly man steaks! – Mostly men inside & a bit stuffy. Atmosphere is hands down way better than Peter Lugars though. At least here they act like they care about your comfort & requests. Quality of food was excellent. You get what you pay for!
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