Sparks Steak House was opened in 1966 by Michael and Pasquale Cetta, hence the logo 'Cetta Brothers Steak Masters'. The restaurant is still a family ... More
Sparks Steak House
Sparks Steak House was opened in 1966 by Michael and Pasquale Cetta, hence the logo 'Cetta Brothers Steak Masters'. The restaurant is still a family owned and operated business and is located in midtown Manhattan, a five minute walk from Grand Central Station and The United Nations. The restaurant is well known for excellent steaks, seafood, fresh vegetables and satisfying salads. And of course, the huge wine list.
This steak house is the best I ve been to. I love their whole set up in the restaurant. They have the most widest variety in their menu from steaks to sea food and to wines. Their traditional Prime Sirloi is amazing and the Fillet Mignon is my favorite. The service is wonderful there, which makes you feel like visiting there again.
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I gave my birthday treat to my friends at the Victorian room in Sparks Steakhouse last year and we were able to enjoy to the fullest. The room was perfect for my crowd of twenty; not too big, not too small. It was a lovely evening and everyone enjoyed their food. It was real value for money.
For my birthday on April 20th 2007, my husband took me to Sparks. It was an excellent choice. My steak was super and so were the sides--baked potato and creamed spinach. My husband had the Veal Chop, which was also superb. Our drinks were wonderful and dessert--cheesecake with raspberry sauce--was out of this world. The next time my husband's family comes in from Cally, we're taking them there. It's one of the finest steakhouses I've ever had the pleasure of visiting.
The service was incredible but the food was terrible. For a company that prides itself as a steakhouse the food was significantly worse then of a dinner. The steaks were burned and overcooked. The wine list would please any wine lover but for those who enjoy a good mixed drink this restaurant would not be a place for you. The only thing that saved this restaurant is the service the waiers provided. This place is absolutely not worth the price.
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