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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 49 reviews)

2.415
Food 2.6 Value 1.9
Service 2.5 Atmosphere 2.7

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 957-9700
Fax:
fax
(212) 957-9709
Website:
www.pjclarkes.com
Place Order:
Order From P.J. Clarke's at Lincoln Square for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx, DC
Hours:
Mon-Fri: 11:30am-2am Sat-Sun: 11am-2am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Group Dining, Open Late, Outdoor Dining, Raw Bar, Delivery, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Private Parties
Min Delivery:
15.00
Delivery Area:
53rd to 73rd St Central Park W to Riverside

User Reviews

  • P.J. Clarke's at Lincoln Square

    Posted by Anonymous on 11/09/2007

    Overpriced and crowded, dirty service

    Went to the Lincoln Center PJ Clarke's in the late summer- this place was packed. I and my friend finally managed to snag a very small table upstairs, but were always being bumped into throughout our meal. The server had a completely disgusting apron on - that thing had not been washed in days. And his knowledge of the food was -- non-existant. Finally - the price charged for what is essentially a DINER is definately way over the top.

  • P.J. Clarke's at Lincoln Square

    Posted by Good Stuff on 09/22/2007

    Good Stuff

    I normally just get the burgers and fries. I am a regular and unlike everyone else here i think the majority of the people who work there are real nice. Food has always been top notch and always hits the spot. I work next door and it is good to have a place like this right near by to eat in. The burgers are always juicy and the fries are nice and crisp. The price is a little high but i think it is worth it.

  • P.J. Clarke's at Lincoln Square

    Posted by fridanyc on 07/20/2007

    Not worth it

    This place is simply capitalizing on great location to draw customers in and not investing in service to guarantee repeat customers. Like others, I was served my burger on a bread plate and thus had no place to put any unneeded fixin's. I was also shocked by the price--$9 for a burger and $4 for fries. If I had to pay for an upgrade from chips to fries I could deal with the extra charge, but the burgers come with no sides at all. Considering that I work nearby, it amazes me that P.J. Clarke's wouldn't be capitalizing on business like mine rather than one-time revenue from Lincoln Center tourists.

  • P.J. Clarke's at Lincoln Square

    Posted by Colin on 07/16/2007

    Burgerlicious

    Ignore the price (for the moment), and embrace the history. The so called "regulars" of the original who are writing the reviews are nothing of the sort, this new P.J.'s is serving up the burgers the same way as the original, and I have to say they might be better. The service can be shaky, I've sat at the tables, and the bar and have seen no consistency, but I forget it when the burger arrives. No the burger does not come with lettuce and tomato, and according to Nat King Cole, as well as 100 years of countless other patrons it doesn't need to, if you want it just ask they give it to you. Don't be hesitant, get in there and that burger it's due!

  • P.J. Clarke's at Lincoln Square

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/02/2007

    unpleasant experience

    A friend and I visited this location ONLY because we needed to be in the lincoln center area. We were seated in a small corner of the restaurant, where our lazy waitress didn't even notice us for ten minutes. When she finally arrived at the table, she stood staring at us until we gave her our order. We didn't hear a single "hello" or "thank you" the entire night. My friend ordered the club sandwich, which was ok, and I ordered the burger. The meat itself was decent, but was well done when I had asked for medium rare. The quality of the bread was worse than a McDonalds and the tiny amount of cheese was over melted and very unappetizing. On top of it all, they served the burger on a bread plate! I didn't even care about the size of the burger itself, I just felt awkward eating off of such a tiny plate and felt like the cook made absolutely no effort on presentation. To top it all off, they charged an extra $4 for fries- a $9 burger turned into $13 and with a watery $3 iced tea the bill was just ridiculous for the quality.

  • P.J. Clarke's at Lincoln Square

    Posted by Steve on 06/01/2007

    Great burgers

    I'm not sure what the previous reviewers are talking about. PJ Clarke's on the East side also serves it's burgers on small plates, and without fries. This new west side location is no different. The atmosphere isn't quite as the same, but these are still some of the best burgers you'll find in the city.

  • P.J. Clarke's at Lincoln Square

    Posted by Sabrina on 06/01/2007

    Still Hungry and Broke

    My boyfriend and I went there this afternoon for lunch after having passed by and thinking it looked like a good place to eat, and knowing the history of the original place. It seems like a good place to throw back a beer, but i have to say, from a food perspective, it is the worst. He had a grilled chicken sandwich [with a slice of cheddar, a slice of apple and sweet onion [which weren't]] and I had a Chicken Salad. The sandwich was a tasteless waste bland chicken. To boot, none of the sandwiches come with any sides which is a BIG deal when you're paying $12.50. We could have ordered a side of Fries for $4.80 which is absurd considering what you're already paying for the sandwich! Oh, the pickle was good. The salad was mediocre as well and certainly not worth the $16 price tag. Furthermore, our waitress was less than mediocre. It's a shame that the new owners are looking no more than to cash in on the original and it's famed history instead of really creating something new. The original was a raw old time saloon with befitting [and satisfying] saloon grub. This is neither a saloon nor a restaurant. Tourists BEWARE! Pros: Convenient to Lincoln Center; spacious by NYC standards Cons: Tasteless bland food Overall user rating: Not Recommended

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