FireBird Restaurant, located on New York's famed Restaurant Row, is an authentic pre-Revolutionary Russian restaurant set in two exquisitely renovated ... More
FireBird Restaurant, located on New York's famed Restaurant Row, is an authentic pre-Revolutionary Russian restaurant set in two exquisitely renovated brownstones decorated as a 1912 St. Petersburg mansion. Walk through the large wrought iron gates and be transported into the renaissance of Russian culture and enjoy an unparalleled dining experience.
Went here on 12/7/13 for lunch. The food was outstanding, the ambience unbelievable, the lunch prices not as expensive as you might think; the service was fine but could have been just a little more attentive. I would/and may certainly go back. I would give it 4.5 stars.
Fantastic. I took my family to this incredible restaurant during restaurant week and we all had a meal fit for royalty. In fact, we were treated like royalty. The first thing that you notice when you enter is the way it was decorated.Very artistic and classy. The meal and service was excellent and the Firebird Restaurant helped make our day in NYC a day to remember.
Went to Firebird restaurant with my fiancee. We were very impressed with the way the place was decorated. The food was very good and when I ordered wine, the waiter explained the various wine textures and regions before making our choice. This place is very romantic and our dining experience here was extremely good. This will definitley be the place to ask my fiancee to marry me. Thumbs up on the Firebird Restaurant.
SPECTACULAR. I had visited this restaurant last year when my relative had their wedding party here. I re-visited the Firebird in January 2009 with some business clients and I must say that everything was still as great as when I was here last year. The decor looks like the russian czars palace. The food was very good and was plated in an artistic manner. They had a very comprehensive and impressive wine list and an unbelievable vodka list (Do not leave without trying the Honey Vodka). The waitstaff was very knowledgeable and very courteous. Great food, great atmosphere, great decor, great service. I would highly recomend this restaurant to all
After an awesome dinner at Diaghilev, a superb Russian Restaurant in Los Angeles, we hoped to have a similar experience at Fireside in New York. When we went on line and checked out their menu, we found that the pris fix dinner menu offered entrees we enjoyed. When we arrived for our 7 p.m. reservation, however, we discovered that the pris fix menu was not available after 6:30 p.m. What we ordered was OK, but overpriced for what we received. The piano was located near the entrance, far from the dining area. Hence, unlike Diaghilev that had violinists that you could actually hear, the Fireside had a pianist that you could only hear if you were at the bar. If I were the manager, I would reposition the piano and either offer the prix fix menu throughout the evening, or let it be known online that it is only available until 6:30.