Knickerbocker is known for its great Jazz and its 28 oz. T- Bone Steaks and is a favorite among many celebrities including F. Murray Abraham, Chris ... More
Knickerbocker Bar and Grill
Knickerbocker is known for its great Jazz and its 28 oz. T- Bone Steaks and is a favorite among many celebrities including F. Murray Abraham, Chris Noth and Ben Stiller. Rachel Ray listed us in her "NYC Favorites" and has praised our Shrimp Cocktail, Creamed Spinach, and of course our T- Bone Steaks. The word "Knickerbocker" itself, says "New York". Upon entering, you'll know you're in the Village. Its wood paneled walls sport rare turn of the century posters and original caricatures by Al Hirschfield. Large leather booths line the walls and brass rails accent the 100 year old marble bar, where Charles Lindbergh signed his Trans Atlantic contract. We have survived the times by using the freshest ingredients from local markets, and offering good solid value and quality. Our wine list offers over 100 selections, most under $50. We serve until late (weekends 2:00 AM) and offer a Bistro Menu with lighter fare. We offer Brunch on the Weekends, and are open on all Holidays.
This is a nice restaurant near the nyu campus. It has a very old time feel to it. The wait staff was very attentive and quick to serve us. The food that we ordered was good but I felt the portions were not big enough. Apparently, the thing to order here is the steak but I didn't know that beforehand so I'll have to go back to check it out.
I fine the staff that works there to be very kind and professional. I would reccommend this restaurant to out of staters to go. It is a great place to hang out and meet people. They know how to make there customer feel right at home. They good selection of music and they have a great array of entertainment guest that perform or just appear there.
Some things should never change. Thank goodness that the quality of the food and the service at the legendary Knick never does. The long standing bar masters Norma, Paul, Hazel & Abra are always there with a smile and a kind word to remind you that you are home. The second to few T-bone steak as well as anything else on the menu will surely hit that spot. The Mets game would take presidence over a Yankee game if on at the same time, but the owner/operator Steven should be allowed this perk. Please don't ever change.
Beautifully prepared and yummy dishes, value for money wine, bistro-atmosphere. Make you feel really part of it all. And if Arturo O'Farrell is at the piano, you're in heaven.
Waiters rushed and a bit gushy to cover up, which dilutes the experience and can be embarrassing.
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