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Vic and Anthony's (CLOSED)

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  • American, Steak
  • 233 Park Ave S, NEW YORK 10003 40.737393 -73.987879
  • (At 19th St)
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  • (212) 220-9200
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User Ratings (Based on 6 reviews)

avg-come back to15
Food 3_5 Value 3
Service 4 Atmosphere 4

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 220-9200
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc, DC, Carte Blanche Happy Hour Mon-Fri: 4pm-8pm
Mon-Fri: 12pm-11pm Sat: 4pm-11:30pm
Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Business Dining, Happy Hour, Lunch Special, Outdoor Seating, Private Parties, Prix Fix Menus, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible

User Reviews

  • Vic and Anthony's

    Posted by anonymous on 2013-09-24


    Stopped in for dinner last minute on Saturday night. Ordered the bone in ribeye with a side, was probably one of the best steaks I have ever had. I've been to all the top rated steakhouses in NYC and this steakhouse can absolutely hang with the best. Rea

  • Vic and Anthony's

    Posted by not given on 2013-05-06

    Be Warned!

    The steaks here are not aged. The atmosphere is nice but the food is sub-par. I waited nearly half an hour for my medium prime rib eye, when the restaurant was nearly empty. The steak came to me RAW! When finally corrected the steak was merely a fat ta

  • Vic and Anthony's

    Posted by TR on 2013-05-06

    Great steak, fair price

    Not aged steak, still great. Been to all top NYC steakhouses, this one is up there.

  • Vic and Anthony's

    Posted by Marc P. on 2013-05-03

    Don't get all the negative reviews

    We have been here at least 6 times and always have had a great meal. It is a contemporary space unlike most steakhouses. The service has ALWAYS been great and the food is exceptional. Stop with all the negativity!!

  • Vic and Anthony's

    Posted by anonymous on 2013-05-01

    Be Warned Is Right

    I had a similar experience with this restaurant. The quality of the steaks are way below par. When you step into the restaurant you can see their display of steaks in a glass enclosed hutch. They look like something from a supermarket. They are not fi

  • Vic and Anthony's

    Posted by KellyKevin on 2012-04-09

    TriBeCa comes to gramercy

    Being a long-time fan of both Canastelle's and Angelo & Maxie's whom preceded V&A, I visited on the third night after opening for a cocktail and an appetizer to test the waters. Although we meant to order lump crab, the mistake in receiving the crab cake

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