The Plaza Food Hall

(212) 986-9260 | View Website

1 Central Park S, New York, NY | Directions   10019

40.764942 -73.974497

Open Hours

Sun-Thu 7am-9pm

Fri-Sat 7am-10pm

Restaurants, New American, Traditional American  more

More Cuisine: Tapas / Small Plates

Tags: Breakfast, Business Dining, Carry Out, Date Spot, Dine At The Bar, Historic Setting, Hotel Restaurants, Lunch Spot, People Watching

Payment Methods: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Dress Code: Dressy Casual

Neighborhoods: Midtown, Midtown Center

The Plaza Food Hall
The Plaza Food Hall
The Plaza Food Hall
The Plaza Food Hall

Reviews for The Plaza Food Hall

The Plaza Food Hall

It's smoky and dark, but I can't help loving this subterranean food hall. Pick from duck pastrami gyros, sushi and pizza, then stroll the many dessert and chocolate stalls.

over a year ago

Pretty cozy, pretty pricey – For a casual lunch, this is a nice place to escape to. Be fore-warned that some items on the menu are a bit pricey because it's by Todd English.

A friend and I came for the Restaurant Week menu. I started with the pea soup of the day. Focaccia was supopse to come with it but it wasn't. I was looking forward to the Kobe Pastrami plate as my entree but they changed the menu and I ended up picking the grilled Atlantic salmon (came with a crab cake). My dessert was a lovely lemon tart. A huge slice.

My friend opted for the chef's selection RW menu. It was (4) fried oysters, bianca pizza and petite cheese cake.

For $6, we shared a risotto tater-tot side dish.

Service was a bit slow. The entire dining room was packed and we saw only 3 servers. We sat in the Ocean Grill & Oyster Bar area and had a nice view of the guy preparing a giant slab of tuna.

over a year ago

Citysearch Editorial Review – Anyone who’s had the pleasure of eating at Harrod’s in London will recognize the luxe-lunch concept at the Plaza Hotel’s elegant Food Hall, a lower-level eatery in the hotel’s former laundry space, outfitted with rich mosaic floors, marble bar tops and antiqued mirrors. Eight stations, each with a unique concept like sushi, dumplings or fresh seafood, offer diners the opportunity to watch chefs create their meal while sipping on a glass of vino. Those who prefer to get their goodies to-go will appreciate the market-style concept, complete with a cheese and charcuterie counter, fresh produce, kitchen gadgets and cupcakes made by Todd English’s teen-age daughter.


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