Try: the baked Alaska, lobster Newburg,
Eggs Benedict, filet mignon, and creamed spinach
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Delmonico's, opened in 1837 as America's first
fine dining restaurant, continues to serve the connoisseur of fine
American food in its premier location at 56 Beaver Street, the
heart of Manhattan's financial district.
Birthplace of the Delmonico Steak, Delmonico
Potatoes, Eggs Benedict, Lobster Newburg, and Baked Alaska, the
original Delmonico's offered unheard of luxury - the availability
of private dining rooms, an extensive wine cellar, innovative
cuisine, and, above all, warm, personal service.
Today, they continue to honor their heritage
with the same warm hospitality and fine cuisine. Their menu
features many of the traditional dishes as well as a prime
Delmonico steak, aged to perfection in our aging room. They hope
you will join them as they celebrate culinary history!
Delmonico's hasn't been in business for 175+
years by accident. They know what they're doing. From service to
selection to preparation, it's all solid. However, it's also no
small investment to enjoy a night out there.
The steaks are simply amazing as are the sides.
We don't know what else to say but that they know how to
consistently cook a perfect steak. The flavor is amazing as is the
texture, the temperature and everything about it. We are
definitely a steak lover so if that's not your thing...maybe this
isn't your place. They do, however, also have a reasonable
selection of seafood, chicken and other dishes that are all
In addition, they have a great wine list. While
absolutely on the pricey side, their selection is very well paired
with the menu.
We really enjoyed the atmosphere, the food and
the service at Delmonico's. While it's not a place We would go to
all the time, it's worth the trip for a special occasion or to