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21 W 52nd St
New York, NY 10019
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- Sun - Closed;
- Mon - Sat 12:00pm - 10:00pm
Cuisine: Most Romantic Restaurants
4.5 of 5.0 from 30 reviews
price range:more than $50
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21 Club Reviews
Come here for a memorable dinner and wonderful service! The ceiling was also a source of entertainment.
by Jessica N.
Book well in advance. Especially for Saturday evenings!
by TR T.
Food was ho-hum on Thanksgiving Day. One of my companions said their cafeteria food was better at prep school. Even the apple pie (not pumpkin - huh?) tasted like something from the grocery store.
Ask for a tour of their historic wine cellar. I swear...you've never seen anything quite like it.
by Kevin R.
It may be stuffy, but if old-school, Don Draper Manhattan is your thing, there's nowhere better. And much of the food is still quite good. At lunch, get three courses for $24.
by Serious Eats
Bring you checkbook $$$$
by Charlie T.
"Once you master the dress code and navigate the gantlet of staff members by the door whose sole purpose seems to be to keep the riffraff out by making them--you--feel like an eighth-grader at a..."
by Alex M.
The food wasn't anything spectacular, but I was here for a corporate event so perhaps that's why
by Sanjeev S.
Went in w/out reservation and they couldn't have been more accommodating. Service was great and food was delicious. Interesting crowd.
by Trae F.
Flashback to prohibition! Perfect little speakeasy!
by Lissa G.
'21' Triple Crown combines classic Kentucky Derby drink ingredients such as bourbon, mint and Peychaud’s Bitters.
by Nation's Restaurant News
One of the worst, most expensive Old Fashioned cocktails I've ever had. For $16 it should be made with a muddled $5 bill, not maraschino cherries.
by Mike R.
pricey place but stop for lunch and order from the 3 course pre-fix menu! Great value there and the place has ambiance!
by Hayley M.
Ask for a side of 21 Sauce, a spicy blend of ketchup, English mustard, Worcestershire, horseradish and white wine, the sauce has been a signature staple for over 60 years. Via CityEats.com
by Food Network
Rye Old-fashioneds & wasabi peas
by Stephen R.
Best martini ever :)
by Bilge E.
$50 for a dram of Balvenie Portwood 21 year old! Sheesh!
The cellar is Amazing, the upstairs room more romantic , but any place is a great historic piece of America
by Conch V.
We love the decor at 21 Club almost as much as we love the menu. Let us suggest two things. Get dressed up and see "Bethany", then come to the 21 Club Bar!
by Women's Project Theater
great bar and food
by Ray F.
Sit under Mark Ingram's Heisman-winning helmet in the right dining room or Joe Namath's Jets' helmet in the middle towards the back. ROLL TIDE!
Chocolate soufflé is da bomb.
by Kasey K.
1872 townhouse. Former historic speakeasy (now a trendy restaurant). The prohibition era wine cellar is now a dining area accessed via 2.5 ton door opened via 18" hang wire.Full site history via
by IWalked Audio Tours
The Rose Cup is a delicious, refreshing signature cocktail
by Ayesha P.
Caesar salad and chicken hash is the best
by Biz T.
The chicken hash
On everyone's top ten lists. Kicking it old school here will just enhance whatever you decide to do later....Roseland is nearby...always a great time there. Order the cheesecake to go.
by Concert Ticket Agency
Secret Menu Item: Steak Diane - medallions of beef in a cognac-mustard cream
by Mike S.
NYC’s iconic ‘21’ Club reopens the Puncheon Room on September 24th in time for the fall season http://exm.nr/S1YhDh
by Amy C.
Classic NY. If you can get yourself down to the secret wine cellar- you won't be disappointed.
by Jenna S.
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