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Bobby Van's Steakhouse NYC, a Downtown Wall Street establishment, is located on Broad Street, with its formal dining room set in the lobby of the old JP Morgan Bank, while the more casual Vault Grill... Read More
Bobby Van's Steakhouse NYC, a Downtown Wall Street establishment, is located on Broad Street, with its formal dining room set in the lobby of the old JP Morgan Bank, while the more casual Vault Grill is below in JP Morgan's antique bank vaults. The elegant atmosphere of this classic fine dining, American restaurant, harkens back to the old days of banking with dark wood accents, original vault doors and walls lined with bronze deposit boxes. From Colorado lamb chops served with mashed potatoes and mint jelly reduction to those 28-day dry-aged prime steaks or a noontime repast of a 12 oz. New York Sirloin. If steak is not what you came for, try the horseradish-encrusted salmon, the twin crab cakes or the three-pound Maine lobster. And for vegans, pray tell, a grilled portobello sandwich. Whatever you choose you will be blown away and come back for more. Watch for the newest addition to the legend: Bobby Van's on 40 Central Park South, a highly coveted location just steps away from the Plaza Hotel, and overlooking Central Park.
- Steakhouses: "Book a table in the vault downstairs, which dates back to 1902, but the steaks are fresher than that. Or, dine in Bobby Van's Steakhouse newest addition at 40 Central Park South, just steps away from the Plaza Hotel, with stunning views of Central Park."
- Best for Steakhouses Because: Closing in on its 50th Anniversary, Bobby Van's Steakhouse is a venerable institution not to be missed.