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Posted by Anonymous on 10/29/2004
I had a transcendant night at Wolfgangs. The NY steak I ordered was cooked to perfection and was huge. I could barely finish it, and I didn't even order any appetizers. The bacon is amazing and the onion rings are among the best I've had. Definitely one of the top spots in NY. The atmosphere is great, but quite loud. The back room isn't as loud, but it doesnt have the atmosphere of the main dining room. Service is very friendly. Our waiter was more than knowledgable and kept everything in good order. I heartily recommend this restaurant.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/24/2004
Overall a good meal but the sirloin was rather small for the money. I wound up eating at the bar as space was tight. The drinks at the bar were a poor value. The beer was served in a mug that was 2/3rd glass 1/3rd beer. At $7 a mug!! How about a real pint for $7. The bartender provided very good service at the bar. I would go again but wouldn't consider it as a value.
Posted by Cow on 09/17/2004
Steak is one of my passions and finding a good restaurant to satisfy that passion has been an arduous journey. After many dinners and lunches, here are my rankings: Luger's is still my all-time favorite, but Wolfgang's is my new favorite within the city. Strip House comes next and then Sparks.
Posted by lwm on 08/24/2004
This is now my second favorite steakhouse in nyc. It's the Lugar's menu/style [though a prettier setting]. Very good steak. Most obvious difference from Lugar's, smaller portions. We came away from Wolfgang's happy with the food, but still hungry.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/19/2004
This is by far the best steak in the NYC area. A great place to start the evening.
Posted by Fresser on 07/19/2004
Very typical steakhouse. The same menu you'll see at Luger's, plus a few extras. The lobster is the worst value in town: $68! - not to mention their idea of 3 pounds is highly questionable. The steak is absolutely great, as are the typically plain "steakhouse" sides. The "gruff" waiter thing is not charming. Nice recreation of The Oyster Bar's ceiling.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/06/2004
First of all, this is not Lugers...The service was poor. The servers were just as obnoxious as Lugers, but someone its ok when you're in Brooklyn. Here it came off as a place that thinks its better than it really is. The steak was ok, but I thought it was a little dry. All in all, the prices are high and by the time you get to Murray Hill, just stay in the cab and head to Brooklyn.