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About Angus Club Steakhouse
A modern steakhouse with seafood specialities, headlining an impressive selection of USDA prime black Angus beef steaks, all dry-aged-on-site for 30 - 35 days.
Both upstairs and downstairs feature a main dining room and bar area; downstairs stars 4 private party rooms which are all available for customized parties and special events. All dining rooms provide an intimate, romantic ambiance. The combination of harmonious beige ceilings, custom made vintage chandeliers, reclaimed barn wood and snake-skin walls, with classic oak wood floors creates a wonderful art-deco inspired setting.
New York, NY 10022
Steakhouse, Contemporary American, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 11:30 AM to 11:00 PM
Saturday: 4:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Sunday: 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
M/E Line to 53rd St. & Lexington Avenue (walk 1 block)
6 Line to 51st St. (walk 1 block)
R,W,Q,N to 59th St. & Lexington Avenue (walk 4 blocks)
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Angus Club Steakhouse hosts events in a number of elegant rooms. Our luxuriously decorated rooms can host anywhere from 8 to 40 people for a sit down dinner you’ll never forget. Our upstairs dining area comes complete with a private bar and can accommodate 40 guests for a sit down dinner.
Angus Club Steakhouse Ratings and Reviews
I took my family to Angus during NYC Restaurant Week. Everyone loved it. The food was excellent: calamari, sirloin, filet mignon and the chocolate mousse cake is worth the calories. The ambiance is perfect for most occasions - birthdays, dates, anniversaries. It has a modern decor, the tables are well spaced out so you don't feel crowded yet it still feels cozy. The service was very good as well. We were so full from our appetizers and main course that we had to take our desserts home. We all agreed we would definitely return.
I brought my friend Maya for restaurant week as she's never been. The portion size of the food and our waiter Jack was exceptional. I also appreciated that our table was by the window even though the seating was for 4 people. We even had the opportunity to meet the owner and the chef. I look forward to dining at Angus in the future
Had NYC Restaurant week menu
Had sirloin steak
Clearly lower quality than their regular menu
Bit gristly and not tender (had it medium rare)
Wine took forever to arrive (after appetizers were delivered)
Seemed as if they lost interest in us once they realized that we were going for the restaurant week menu (which we asked for)
We went for restaurant week. We are steak lovers, and view restaurant week as a chance to try new steakhouses without breaking the bank.(although with a bottle of wine, tax and tip it is still a hefty price) Service was excellent. Gaby, was solicitous and very pleasant. When we mentioned one steakhouse we frequent, he indicated that there was no comparison- Angus was far superior. Unfortunately we did not think that. The fried calamari were good. I personally thought they could have been crisper. The sauce was excellent. The steak, a 14 oz sirloin, the same size and cut we get at one of our favorites, could not compare. While it was good- it was not excellent. It was salty, and not as tender as it could have been. We have had considerably better. The portion of mashed potatoes was skimpy. Desert, the chocolate mousse cake, was excellent. Overall, while a decent meal for restaurant week, I would not have been happy to have ordered that steak at the menu prices. As a prix fix dinner in Manhattan it was fine.
I go to Angus Club expecting to have great steak or lamb chops and I am never disappointed. The food is very good. My husband likes the salmon and sea bass. The room is nicely set up with space between tables as well.
The only nit I have is that sometimes it gets very loud because they occasionally have large tables there.
Expensive but worth it.
Have dined here on 3 other occasions for dinner. Never had a complaint, the food was good. stopped in for lunch and had the prix fix menu at 39.95. Ordered rib eye ... big mistake ...complete garbage...it was 85% grizzle and fat hardly no meat...supermarkets have better quality meat... told the waiter... offered no apology or alternative...place was empty except for 4 other diners...seems they aren't doing too good if they serve this garbage ....they lost about 8 other customers from my family because of this experience...
Pros: Food(Porter house) was excellent. It was somehow noisy at the time of my visit, but it depends on when you visit, I think.
Cons: They forgot to provide breads and didn't correct without any reason even though were requested. Other services and attentions were nice.
Our experience at Angus Club Steakhouse was wonderful. We only had one night in NYC so we looked at many options and decided on this. We were very happy that we did. The ambiance was very pleasant, service was impeccable without being overbearing, and the steak was truly incredible. We had the Porterhouse for 3 (there were 3 of us) and the dry aged beef was cooked to perfection with unbelievable flavor. We will definitely return here next time we are in town.
I ordered the surcharged bone-in steak from the Restaurant Week menu, but it wasn't worth: the quality of meat was low, large inedible stiff nerve zones, cooked unevenly. I doubt the weight was the one declared. The dessert was poorly served, without anything fancy.
Ordered 3 lbs of lobster at 6pm and was told not availavle. Ordered a steak no char received fully charred steak. Tried to eat but couldn't. Disappointing experience overall, but the owner represented his restaurant well and assured us of better experience next time.
the service was excellent starting with escort down to our table.the owners came to our table to make sure everything was good. the staff was excellent and the food was great.i recommended this restaurant to my friends.
thanks for excellent service
upper east side
Nothing stands out about this place. OK food, I've had better steaks for not as much money. The creamed spinach isn't very good, the mashed potatoes had no flavor tasted as if they came from a box.
The wine list isn't very big and the few choices aren't very exciting.
Go to Keen's or Empire steakhouse for a better experience.
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