The filet was delicious, FKGuy enjoyed a ginormous rib steak that was perfectly cooked, our friends had the Wellington so fabulously , and yet, so delicious. Of course, once we planned this New York trip, we started contacting the winos — er, wine lovers — that we know there to connect for dinner. I was extremely disappointed that this had not been conveyed to the waiting staff and no thought had gone into our table which was right at the top of the stairs on the mezzanine level. Monday night we met our Serious Wine Geek Friends for dinner.
Did I mention the unlimited wine? I thought I would make up for all of the eating by walking 10 miles every day in New York. All were good, and glasses were being refilled hastily. Tuesday brought beautiful weather, lunch at Bouley more on that later in the week and dinner with our friends that have a place in Key West, but live full time in New York. They were going on and on about how good this sauce was, and frankly, I am a sucker for the also very tableside presentation, so I had to stick my uninvited fork right in it. Service was outstanding, and the company was, as usual, terrific. Other wine choices for the evening were Fred Flinstone would be proud of this steak. Overall the food was good, with the exception of one overcooked steak. Have you been to either of these restaurants? Steak today, Saganaki next time. By the time the entrees came along, we had all moved on to red wine Decoy Cab and were having a rather animated conversation. I was extremely disappointed that this had not been conveyed to the waiting staff and no thought had gone into our table which was right at the top of the stairs on the mezzanine level. We had excellent customer service and great food hence I chose the restaurant to return to on our visit to New York. She wisely suggested the Maloney and Porcelli wine dinner, as when the four of us get together, we tend to drink a lot, and eat a lot, and this way we were not overspending. The food was not as good as I remember and my husband's steak was over cooked. I had salmon tartare as the appetizer, which was outstanding, and pasta Bolognese, which was good but not great. I eventually asked our waiter if he could possibly organise a candle in the dessert at least and he seemed surprised to know that we were celebrating. A major lack of communication between staff from booking to service. Really, it is no wonder. Of course, once we planned this New York trip, we started contacting the winos — er, wine lovers — that we know there to connect for dinner. I love having friends that show up with first or second, or fifth growth Bordeaux for a Monday night dinner. All of the food we had was very good, and I would not hesitate to go back to Tribeca Grill although more for the It must be good if it is made tableside, right? I won't be going back again - avoid if you're celebrating anything special. While booking our table I explained we were celebrating the wedding of our two friends that day so the evening was going to be a special meal with the married couple. Other appetizers at the table included veal meatballs good , tomato and onion salad with a yummy ranch dressing, and something else that escapes my mind right now probably because A.
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