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David Burke at Bloomingdale's

Burke In The Box
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  • American (New), American (Traditional), Sandwiches
  • 150 E 59th St, New York NY10022 40.7620516 -73.9678169
  • (Btwn Lexington & 3rd Ave)
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  • (212) 705-3800
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  • Profile & Reviews

User Ratings (Based on 33 reviews)

3.145
Food 3.4 Value 2.8
Service 3.2 Atmosphere 3.2

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 705-3800
voice
(212) 705-3304
Fax:
fax
(212) 705-2532
Website:
www.burkeinthebox.com
Place Order:
Order From David Burke at Bloomingdale's for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Mon-Fri: 11am-9pm Sat: 10:30am-9pm Sun: 10:30am-7:30pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Prix Fixe, Happy Hour, Delivery, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
15.00

User Reviews

  • David Burke at Bloomingdale's

    Posted by Car & Jar on 03/24/2008

    Perfect for Lunch

    This place was great for a saturday lunch! waitress was amazing and attentive. Salad with beets and goat cheese was delicious, burger was large and great. Popovers were a fun start and the asiago truffle fries were incredible. Highly recommended!

  • David Burke at Bloomingdale's

    Posted by rpolanec on 12/28/2007

    Christmas Shopping Bite for Lunch

    My wife and I dined at the bar on Sunday, Dec 23, great food, the bartender, Bryan was wonderful. As you can imagine how busy it was but it was great. Food hot, great quality, super service. I dont think people should be so rough on the reviews.

  • David Burke at Bloomingdale's

    Posted by NYC Girl on 12/10/2007

    Stomach full of anxiety & disappointment

    Do not go to this restaurant if you want a quick bite (you might need a jar of wrinkle cream to battle the time you wait!) or if you are looking to relax during or after shopping. First of all, the place is a ZOO. Servers are running in and out and all over the place and having to squish and push and maneuver through the mass amounts of people waiting in the entrance-way to Bloomies. There isn't a waiting area, so people are trying to go in and out of the store, as well as wait to be seated, AND then the servers, bar backs, and waiters are back and forth constantly. YEAH. And I haven't even gotten to the food.... SO, we get there, just 3 of us, and the hostess tells us a 15 minute wait. 45 minutes later we are still waiting, but too hungry to attempt (on a Saturday) to go anywhere else and start this all over again. Finally, we find a table of people sitting (it's a table for 5, there are 3 people sitting there) and we wait for them to get up. The hostess attempts to make a big deal about the fact we are 3 and it seats 5 (meanwhile, 3 people were previously there). She made no attempt to make our long wait any better. We sit down anyway and realize that the menus we were looking at outside (while waiting) weren't the same as when seated- everything was at least $5 more! To make a long story short, everything was super expensive, we had to ask several times for refills, when the food was brought out, my mother had a cheeseburger/fries and no silverware, no Ketchup. I had to get up and go ask the chef (where was the waiter?) for both. He was embarrassed. My mom cuts into the burger and it is rare (she ordered it medium). We call over the manager and he looks at it and says: Oh, that is definitely medium. Then we call over the waitress and she says: that is definitely rare! We could have had another sent out, but that meant us waiting another 30 minutes or so. The bottom line is that this place is a disaster, with mediocre food. I had the cobb salad which, for $16 or $17, should have been amazing. However, it was small, and with like, 5 tiny bite sized pieces of chicken on it. Avoid this place. It was $75 for 3 people to have lunch. And not worth it!

  • David Burke at Bloomingdale's

    Posted by cather on 05/16/2007

    do not bother

    Scandalous prices, tasteless food, uncomfortable seats and atmosphere. Go into Bloomies basement and get a meal at the much less expensive, more comfortable and better value little cafe they have there. Davidburke and Donatella is one animal; David Burke at Bloomingdales is another. I will never go back.

  • David Burke at Bloomingdale's

    Posted by Johnny on 03/17/2007

    David Burke would be appalled if ...

    he saw the service I had to endure today. I sat with my girlfriend around 11:30am today. She ordered a salad, that looked like leftover wilted lettuce from days ago. Not to mention the lack of any sort of recognizable dressing or flavor. I ordered the famous sounding "pretzel panini." Let me tell you how average looking it was. First of all, it came out completely different from what I ordered. It took them THREE times to actually get it right. At that point it came out cold. Finally, I told them I didn't want it and to bring me a pizza. The margherita pizza could NOT have been more average. The waitress(if I can call her that) seemed completely apathetic and oblivious to everything, making no effort whatsoever to please the customer. I am amazed that David Burke would put his name on this overexpensive nothing of a place, considering how great his REAL restaurant is.

  • David Burke at Bloomingdale's

    Posted by Anonymous on 01/11/2007

    Sometimes eat in

    I have only taken out from this restaurant. Everything is delicious. The service and the packaging is special. The main restaurant is gorgeous and I highly reccomend both.

  • David Burke at Bloomingdale's

    Posted by Anonymous on 11/10/2006

    Good for lunch

    I agree that the reviews here are pretty harsh. If you are looking for a mid-afternoon shopping break for a two-hour lunch, this is not the place. But, if like some of us who work in the area, you are tired of the same old mediocre sandwiches, it's worth paying a bit more and waiting or putting up with the hectic pace of DB's. The chicken sandwich on pretzel bread, the cobb salad, and the desserts (especially the holiday panna cotta) were delicious. Though it's not the most relaxing dine-in experience, for a midtown hot lunch venue, it has been excellent.

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