New York City Restaurants

The Palm Restaurant

  • 837 2nd Ave. Map It
  • Midtown East
  • Steakhouse

Published 06/26/2015

Fodor's Review

They may have added tablecloths, but it takes more than that to hide the brusque, no-nonsense nature of this legendary steakhouse. The steak is always impeccable, and the Nova Scotia lobsters are so big—three pounds and up—that there may not be room at the table for classic side dishes like rich creamed spinach, served family-style for two or more. The "half-and-half" side combination of cottage-fried potatoes and fried onions is particularly addictive. There are other locations (the original, Palm One, is on 2nd Avenue at East 58th Street, there's one in the mid-50s, one in TriBeCa, and one at JFK Airport), but because of its perch near the Theater District and Midtown businesses, this is the one with the most action.

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837 2nd Ave., between 44th and 45th sts., New York, New York, 10017-4303, USA

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  • No lunch weekends

Published 06/26/2015


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