Whether you’re celebrating a romantic dinner for two, a girls’ night out, or a dinner with your guy pals, we are happy to host you! You will fall in love with our signature USDA Prime Porterhouse for Two (or more) along with our popular sides, classic cocktails and wide array of wines, scotch and spirits. Call today to make a reservation.
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse NYC Locations:
-Times Square: 250 West 41st Street, 212.921.3720 -Tribeca: 409 Greenwich Street, 212.925.0350 -Park Avenue: 4 Park Avenue, 212.889.3369 -Midtown: 200 East 54th Street, 212.588.9653 -Gotham: 16 East 46th Street, 212.490.8300
Wolfgangs at Tribeca invites you to an expert pairing of world class food and the award winning wines of Silver Oak and Twomay.
Date: Friday, March 23rd at 7:00pm. Location: 409 Greenwich Street, New York, NY 10013 Price: $195 per person plus tax & gratuities. RSVP by phone or online. Phone: 212-925-0350 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse is opening it’s 5th location in NYC.
FOR RESERVATIONS PLEASE CALL 212-490-8300.
The Gotham Hotel, located on East 46 Street, between Fifth & Madison Avenues, is a luxury boutique hotel with an artistic edge and a “downtown” feel. With just two, three or four rooms per floor, the Gotham simultaneously provides a feeling of intimacy and spaciousness. This 26-story, 67-room hotel—each with its own outdoor space— is a destination point for the music, film and fashion crowd while also catering to a corporate clientele looking for a luxurious stay with an creative aesthetic.
All rooms have wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling glass walls leading to private terraces or balconies. The 60-seat Wolfgang’s Steakhouse, located on the ground floor of the hotel provides a hidden “backroom” feel for a quiet dinner or room service. The Gotham’s location—just steps from Bryant Park, Grand Central Station and Times Square—provides the perfect vacation or business accommodation for visitors and locals alike.
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse is proud to announce it’s second location in Japan.
Japan’s second branch of Wolfgang’s Steakhouse will open in Tokyo’s Marunouchi district at 5 p.m. on Dec. 8, with reservations being accepted from Nov. 8.
Japan’s first branch of the New York-based steakhouse opened in Roppongi in February. Eight months after opening, customers still have to wait a month for dinner reservations.
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse uses only “prime grade” beef, the grade given to only the top 5 percent of beef in the U.S. The restaurant chain transports the beef chilled, not frozen, and keeps it for 28 days for optimal aging and tenderness. The outer third of the beef is sliced away and the remaining cuts are grilled at 900 C.
The Marunouchi restaurant will have 170 seats, and is suitable for private parties. It will also have four private rooms.