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Bryant Park Grill

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  • American (New), Cocktails
  • 25 W 40th St, New York NY10018 40.752545 -73.982629
  • (Btwn 5th & 6th Ave)
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  • (212) 840-6500
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User Ratings (Based on 40 reviews)

Food 3.6 Value 3.1
Service 3.6 Atmosphere 4.3

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 840-6500
(212) 840-8122
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc, DC, JCB
Lunch Mon-Fri: 11:30am-3:30pm Dinner Sun-Mon: 5pm-10pm Tue-Sat: 5pm-11pm Brunch Sat-Sun: 11:30am-3:30pm
Brunch, Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Bar Scene, Business Dining, Catering, Good for Groups, Happy Hour, Online Reservations, Outdoor Seating, People Watching, Private Parties, Scenic View, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible
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User Reviews

  • Bryant Park Grill

    Posted by Lauren on 01/03/2006

    Always great

    Bryant Park Grill has a really great, diverse menu and I've never been disappointed. The service is a bit spotty, but if you don't mind waiting (i.e. you have time to sit and chat) it's really not that big of a deal. I love the atmosphere here--the ivy, the decor, etc. Highly recommend.

  • Bryant Park Grill

    Posted by ronnid on 12/28/2005

    Unpleasant Brunch

    We had a day after wedding brunch at Bryant Park- reservations for 1:00 for 18 people. They put us at a small table- then moved us to a table where several of the chairs were wet- not damp- wet. It was impossible to get drinks or food orders placed- when the food finally came it was over a long stretch of time and largely cold.....For $28 I feel a seafood omelet should have deveined shrimp... It took us until 3:30 to finally get everyone fed- and it was not leisurely dining- it was frustrating and annoying and overpriced subpar food.

  • Bryant Park Grill

    Posted by 2DINERS on 10/29/2005


    A good friend recommended this restaurant. We went to dinner there recently and we were disappointed. The restaurant was almost empty when we got there and the room was uncomforably hot. The food was uninspired although the servings were generous. I do not think we would go back to Bryant Park Grill.

  • Bryant Park Grill

    Posted by Urban Outings on 09/20/2005

    Highly recommended by Urban Outings!

    I work as an Event Planner and we recently sent our Urban Outings members to a lunch at Bryant Park Grill. Here is what our group leader had to say: "...Although both [Bryant Park Grill] and the [Loeb Boathouse] have equally wonderful ambiance, I like the Bryant Park Grill so much better, because not only are the prices more reasonable, but the staff make you feel so much more welcome! They were happy to seat me before the group got there and in fact brought me a drink, put out water, menus and bread for the table even before everyone arrived! The food was very good as was the service and the atmosphere. Even though it was lunch we all stayed over 2 hours!"

  • Bryant Park Grill

    Posted by FooDee on 07/18/2005

    Not recommended

    Trying for dinner at myriad spots last night (Sunday in the summer) and found four in a row closed!, and fatefully ended up here. What a disappointment. It was sort of neat being in the nice, airy air-conditioned space and looking out onto the drippy, hot and humid jungle that is Bryant park, but the rest of the experience was unpleasant. I asked our waiter, who wasn't friendly, wasn't snobby or unattentive, just really wasn't, well, anything, to recommend between the mixed greens and the beet salad. He said beets, so I received a greasy plate of flavorless frisee with four unseasoned chunks of beets, and some Manchego perched above. My "date's" salad of heirlooms was better, but the feta that accompanied was weirdly spongey. My entree was even worse: a gargantuan portion of overcooked, underseasoned halibut on top of (my request) a bed of woody, overly mature and gritty swiss chard. His entree looked just as unappetizing; huge chunks of what was supposed to be peach chutney (sugary canned peaches?) and greasy, mushy, too-sweet fried plantains with two large pork chops. Again, with the overgrown chard, of which he left most. The dessert (apple crumb tart) was actually all right, but who wants much dessert after so much bad "real" food? (plus the crumbs were very Entemann-esque). Such a tragedy to have great little restaurants close after a brief period, and have a disappointingly poor spot survive for so long, in such a great location.

  • Bryant Park Grill

    Posted by LK on 07/13/2005

    A wee bit of heavy pricing

    It is so pretty to sit outside and eat when the weather is nice. I have always thought that the prices were not horribly high for New York but I was annoyed that the server suggested a dish that was a lot more expensive than anything else on the menu -by about $10- which I found out about when I got the check. We also ordered the choc cake and it was the size of a pinkie.

  • Bryant Park Grill

    Posted by anon on 06/27/2005


    I went for brunch here last weekend. A nice restaurant overlooking Bryant Park, but don't expect anything too fancy or exciting when it comes to the food. When we finally got served at our table, the food was very standard bistro & overpriced ($30 pp). Would only maybe go back for drinks after work.

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