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Posted by Moe NY on 01/11/2014
We were excited about trying the Trading Post since we are locals and always looking for new places to go. We went with another couple. The restaurant is beautiful, dim lighting, lots of wood, secluded booths in you can get one, which we did. Our Server was knowledgeable about the menu and advised how we should order. Sounds good right, well, that is where it ended. He brought our drinks which were just OK, My Friend had to return hers she said it tasted funny. I asked for hot pepper flakes for our appetizer, the waiter returned when we were done with it. The the entrees arrived, or should I say only 3 out of the four arrived. I had the sirloin, my Husband had the Shortribs and my Friend had the Steak as well. The missing entree was the colossal Shrimp. We called over the Server to find out what happened to the Shrimp, he said the kitchen made a mistake and it would be right out. It came as the rest of us were finishing. We asked for the Manager, complained and it was taken off our bill. My Husband's Sambuca was also on the house. The food is just OK, If you want steak, to across the street to Mark Joseph. If I go back it'll be for the bar food, as the flatbread appetizer was delicious. I found Trading Post to be overpriced and underwhelming.
Posted by Dede on 07/06/2013
As a Financial District Resident, I am so happy that Trading Post opened recently. The food is amazing, the space is gorgeous and the service is friendly. It's a great mix of restaurant and bar - loud enough to be fun, but quiet enough to have a conversation and sit down. The raw bar is killer - and the truffle mashed potatoes are to die for. And the flatbreads are so good - thin and full of fresh ingredients. I have been there at least 5 times since it opened and can't wait to go back!
Posted by Eric on 06/27/2013
The title says it all. Forget the ketchup and order a big red instead of a beer. Great atmosphere and service as well.