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P.J. Clarke's at Lincoln Square

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  • American (Traditional), Bar Food, Burgers
  • 44 W 63rd St, New York NY10023 40.771474 -73.982534
  • (At Broadway)
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  • (212) 957-9700
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User Ratings (Based on 46 reviews)

Food 2.5 Value 1.8
Service 2.5 Atmosphere 2.7

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 957-9700
(212) 957-9709
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Order From P.J. Clarke's at Lincoln Square for delivery & takeout
Visa, MC, AmEx, DC
Mon-Fri: 11:30am-2am Sat-Sun: 11am-2am
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Group Dining, Open Late, Outdoor Dining, Raw Bar, Delivery, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Private Parties
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Delivery Area:
53rd to 73rd St Central Park W to Riverside

User Reviews

  • P.J. Clarke's at Lincoln Square

    Posted by Emma on 07/08/2010

    Great staple neighbourhood restaurant

    I live very near PJ Clarkes, so I am there about once every two weeks. It's consistent, friendly, great service and absolutely scrummy food. The crab cakes are the best that I have ever tasted, the burgers are not too huge and are really good quality. I have never been disapointed and regularly take visitors there.

  • P.J. Clarke's at Lincoln Square

    Posted by operanut on 04/30/2010

    It served its purpose.

    I've eaten at P.J. Clarke's a number of times before a performance at Lincoln Center. Its location across the street makes it very convenient. I've read the other reviews and agree that the food is just ok and for what you get, it's pricey (paying for convenience, of course). One shouldn't go there expecting a gourmet experience. It's a pub, not Le Bernadin. I always order simple food in a place like this because getting fancy only brings disappointment. I have to say that at no time did I get poor service. Each server was polite and at no time did I feel neglected. I've only eaten lunch there, so I can't comment on people's dinner experiences. I've come to be disappointed in a number of restaurants in the area because many have changed their brunch and lunch menus - fewer selections, increased prices, smaller portions. P.J. Clarke's is what it is. A casual, fast place to have something to eat before the show.

  • P.J. Clarke's at Lincoln Square

    Posted by benjamin on 02/22/2010

    Brunch Fail

    2 people, 2 simple orders, many many mistakes. - Sent back eggs b/c they weren't white - Sent back eggs b/c they weren't white (again) - Eggs Benedict were hard boiled - Toast was warm bread, not toast - Toast was covered in butter, though we asked for dry (b/c can't have lactose) - Waitress tried to clear one plate (eggs benedict) just as other plate (egg white omlett) was placed down. - No appologies Way overpriced. Burgers are always good. . .

  • P.J. Clarke's at Lincoln Square

    Posted by Anonymous on 01/10/2010

    Second time the food was not good

    The shrimp cocktail was literally soggy, and the cocktail sauce it came with was more marinara than horseradish. The cream of tomato soup is really vodka sauce for pasta rather than tomato soup. The burger came without lettuce, tomato, fries, or any sauces. Was a plain burger between a bun. The macaroni and cheese is just noodles in a cream sauce. The burger is a normal, ok burger. The only decent thing on the menu is the shepherd's pie. Clearly, I've eaten here a few times and hated every experience. I think I finally learned my lesson this last time, and will not be returning.

  • P.J. Clarke's at Lincoln Square

    Posted by Regina on 06/14/2009

    All hype, no bite!

    I live close by and I always see this restaurant FULL of people. So when I wanted to treat myself to a nice steak I figured I'd give this place a try... I SHOULD'VE LISTENED TO THE REVIEWS! It's not bad, but for $35 could the steak please come cooked how I ordered it? And maybe with something more than a couple of string beans. Basically the steak was medium (how I ordered it) in some parts, and totally well done in other parts. Besides that, without the bearnaise sauce, the steak was bland. Save yourself the time and money and head some place else. This is definitely a tourist trap.

  • P.J. Clarke's at Lincoln Square

    Posted by anonymous on 02/14/2009

    Service? What Service?

    Food is fine for what it is - although overpriced. But during normal dining hours, restaurant not particularly busy, plenty of servers around - nothing. We were flagging servers down constantly trying to get anything from drinks to more water to ketchup. It's a tourist restaurant now and the service shows. No thanks.

  • P.J. Clarke's at Lincoln Square

    Posted by West Side Food Guy on 12/22/2008

    Only Good Experiences Here

    The poor reviews here surprise me. I've been here half a dozen times in the last year and have only had very good experiences. However, I have only been here for lunch. Perhaps dinner is different. But as far as lunch goes, it has all been good. I've ordered their bleu cheese burger several times and it is always delicious and cooked perfectly. Their onion straws should bee illegal because they are so good and addicting. However, I don't understand why they have to serve things on such tiny plates. Everything shows up on it's own tiny plate, barely big enough to hold the food. It's like using dollhouse dishes to serve an adult's meal. I was dubious when ordered their Maryland crabcakes, because most New York restaurants have no idea how to make a good crabcake. They think crabcakes require a pound of bread crumbs. But I have to say the crabcakes I had here were the absolute best I have had outside of Baltimore. I thought I had died and gone to Heaven. I have always had good service as well. If anything, sometimes a little too attentive. The only caveat is that prices are a little on the high side for lunch. They're obviously pricing their menu for an upscale Lincoln Center or business crowd. Too bad. I'd like to go here more.

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