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Posted by Experienced NYC Diner on 02/10/2005
Lived in NYC over 40 years; been to all the famous and not-so-famous steakhouses for business lunches and dinners innumerable times. Wolfgang's steak is absolutely among the best you will ever have in your life! For you seafood types, try the swordfish, you won't be diappointed! The service is not the best and the acoustics and tendency to draw large tables makes the place loud, but New Yawkers can deal wit dat!
Posted by James on 02/09/2005
This is by far the best steakhouse in New York. Been to all the other ones...Sparks, BLT, Palm, etc...and none of them even come close to the taste of a Wolfgang steak. What gives Wolfgang's the edge over Peter Luger? The classier and more upscale atmosphere as well as the well crafted while list. A must go retaurant if you like steaks.
Posted by Mr.Farrell on 01/20/2005
Trying to hard to ride the coat tails of P.L.'s. Had a 5:30 reservation, didn't get seated util 7:15. Service was great, food was nothing special .....like any good steak house in nyc and the place was LOUD. Personally not worth the wait or the price. Too many other good places to go.
Posted by Carnivore on 01/20/2005
If you've never made it out to Peter Lugers in Brooklyn this is the next best thing. Steaks are outstanding. Place tends to get loud; I wouldn't necessarily go there for a romantic evening.
Posted by disappointed on 01/18/2005
The filet was ok on the inside but the outside was charred so bad that we had to cut off the charcoal before we could eat it. We recommend that you skip the hype and keep your money.
Posted by JR on 12/06/2004
OK. The steak was terrific. Far too big to finish so, as always, I feel it's a waste. The service was fine and somewhat attentive. But the place itself is so loud you cannot have a civilized conversation. The two of us were surrounded by tables of six or more people - most of whom were yelling to get heard! I felt like I was an in-towner dining in an out-of-towners restaurant. No reason to go back unless I'm with my full tribe.
Posted by new yorker on 11/05/2004