At Gramercy Tavern, in New York City – you can rely on top-class dining with no gimmicks, where chef Michael Anthony’s outstanding menus are presented by eminently suave staffers in an upscale, country dining room arrayed with gorgeous flower displays.
Gramercy Tavern isnot cheap by any means, though the front tavern offers a reasonable à la carte menu in a colourful walk-in setting. (P.S. gratuity is now built into menu pricing.)
From an online review: “I played hooky on a Monday to come here for lunch and it was FANTASTIC. Totally worth taking a vacation day, totally worth travelling into the city on a sweltering day, and totally worth dressing up for (a tiny bit).
Service was great, although a little stiff at first, but the guys warmed up when they saw how much we enjoyed our food. We went with the five-course seasonal tasting menu… the absolute highlight was the mushroom tortellini!.”