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Posted by Rob Jones Jr. on 05/25/2004
The food is nearly identical with a better atmosphere. The sides, deserts and bacon are no different than Lugers. I had the steak for three and it was great but it wasn't quite as good as Lugers. If Lugers is a 10, this place is at the very least a 9. Woldfgang's has a more extensive menu. This is certainly as close to Peter Luger as you can get without going to Brooklyn. Great food and great service, the bar area is nice as well. Highly recommend!
Posted by JCO in Ca. on 05/22/2004
We had a dined on marvelous strip and filet which put the other notable NYC steakhouses on thde bench. Service was tight and tidy. We returned the next day for lunch of crab cocktail and softshell crabs - the best I have eaten outside of Delaware. Wondefrful drinks and delightful deserts. I can hardly wait to return to this wonderful establishment and its historical surroundings. We think of it everyday!
Posted by Anonymous on 05/07/2004
Wolfgang delivered a Home run. The Bacon appetizer is out of this world. The spinach was perfect and the Steaks are better then Lugars, Sparks, Old Homestead and Mortons. I'll still keep the Palm at the top of my list but Wolfgang is a VERY close second.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/05/2004
The bacon appetizer could be my entree for breakfast lunch and dinner.
Posted by mike on 05/03/2004
New York's newsest steakhouse was great. Wolfgang and his whole family should be very proud of the resturant. The service is great as is the food. Wolfgang's Steakhouse will be around for the long haul.
Posted by Peter Prime on 04/19/2004
The food was very good. The wait staff friendly and helpful. The price to portion ratio way to high combined with a blah greeting at the door and the vacuming during the middle of dinner ruined any chances of high marks from me.
Posted by loop on 04/17/2004
Wolfgang himself came over to greet us. we had a friendly waiter who used to work at Luger's(as did they all)--he was charming and informative from the ripeness and flavor of the tomatoes to being able to accomodate our different preferences for how the porterhouse for 4 was cooked. the food was just wonderful and the menu has more choiceas than Lugers ever offered. my husband has already gone back a second time and we will go back in the future as well. it is slighly less expensive than Luger's but expensive nonetheless. definitely the type of place for an expense account! great food and great experiencer with friendly, experienced waitstaff.