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The Leopard at des Artistes

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  • Italian
  • 1 W 67th St, New York NY10023 40.773199 -73.978535
  • (At Central Park W)
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  • (212) 787-8767
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User Ratings (Based on 20 reviews)

Food 4.1 Value 3.7
Service 3.6 Atmosphere 4.3

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 787-8767
(212) 787-9767
Place Order:
Order From The Leopard at des Artistes for delivery & takeout
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc
Dinner Mon-Sat: 5pm-11:30pm Sun: 5pm-10pm Brunch Sat-Sun: 11:30pm-3pm
Dinner, Brunch
Business Dining, Group Dining, Prix Fixe, Pre/Post Theater, Delivery, Online Reservations, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Private Parties
Delivery Area:
57th to 77th St; CPW to Riverside Blvd

User Reviews

  • The Leopard at des Artistes

    Posted by LizNYC on 05/30/2014

    My favorite restaurant

    This is my favorite restaurant in New York. The food is outstanding, and while it isn't cheap, you can certainly spend more for food of lesser quality. The murals on the walls and gorgeous interior design makes it even more special. I live around the corner from The Leopard but I aspire to live in the building, for which they provide "room service." The brunch is good but the dinner is outstanding. The artichoke ravioli and the panna cotta are the best things on the menu.

  • The Leopard at des Artistes

    Posted by Out from nowhere on 12/25/2013


    The owner of the restaurant should changed his maƮtre D .. Very unprofessional never came to our table to find out if every thing was alright .. We had to rush for the second service .. The food was ok The ambiance ok but too noisy,a restaurant of this character and small shouldnot accept parties more than 6 Of course very noisy thus impossible to enjoy a conversation with your companion .. It's a shame because this restaurant has potential but not well applied .. This restaurant is for romantic couples and enjoy their food even bad ... Which was not the case ...

  • The Leopard at des Artistes

    Posted by David M on 05/09/2013

    In the dark

    Much too dark to experience the joyous ambience of the room - and to read the wine menu. The overhead mini light was focussed elsewhere, certainly too weak to regard our meal. The food was excellent, the service passable, the value acceptable. Please make the restaurant come alive, so easy to do.

  • The Leopard at des Artistes

    Posted by MC Barton on 01/13/2012

    Welcome to Our Block

    We ate often with friends at the Cafe des Artistes, more for the history and the art than for the food. Tonight we ate at the Leopard for the first time since they opened. It felt like the offspring of an old friend: familiar but better in so many ways. The food was fresh and interesting; the staff was attentive without hovering (with a sense of humor) and the renovations cleaned the lines of the rooms without erasing them. Who can miss the intertwined plants in the windows for the last 100 years? Cannot wait to share the Leopard with friends, house guests, and kids.

  • The Leopard at des Artistes

    Posted by guest on 11/30/2011

    Great time

    The food and the atmosphere was awesome..nice murals.We will be back!

  • The Leopard at des Artistes

    Posted by SG on 11/25/2011

    What a disappointment

    Undoubtedly the worst Thanksgiving meal I have ever had. Can't decide what was worse - the food or the service. About 15 minutes after my wife, my daughter and I were seated, the waiter walks over and abruptly says, "You ready to order?" No greeting, no hello, no introduction, no welcome, no explanation of the menu, just a rude and impatient waiter with a note pad. Every time during the meal that he placed something on the table, I said "thank you." Not once did he say "you're welcome" or even utter a word. Then came the food. We ordered the $65 prix fixe Thanksgiving menu consisting of an appetizer, classic Turkey dinner and dessert. The appetizers were small and unremarkable, but what would follow was truly shocking. The turkey dinners consisted of a few odd scraps (and I mean scraps) of dry turkey with oversalted stuffing, sweet potato puree and cranberries. When the plates were served, my wife turned to me and said, "Looks like they ran out of turkey." My 11 year-old daughter did not even have enough to eat, and she hardly ever finishes her meals. Of course, the waiter never once asked us if everything was okay although the manager did come over to the table and I politely told him the truth. He said he would speak to the chef. In the end, the manager deducted one of the meals from the bill but I was not there to save money. I took my family to a beautiful restaurant in a historic venue for a first class meal only to be thoroughly disappointed. I have had better food and better service in diners. Whoever owns this reincarnation of the old Cafe des Artistes should be ashamed.

  • The Leopard at des Artistes

    Posted by martyl on 11/24/2011

    Forget about conversation!

    Love the mural. Ok if you eat alone. But if you dine with others, forget about conversation. If you consider the need to shout in order to be heard by your dining partner to be chic, this place is for you. But if dinner is something of a relaxing social event for you, go someplace else. Tight space, tables close together, ceramic tile floor, hard ceiling, no drapes or curtains on the windows, --the perfect combination for an extra-noisy NYC expensive restaurant. Food and service just fair for the price. We live here, and go to restaurants 3-4 times a week. For sure, not going back to this one.

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