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About Catch New York
CATCH features contemporary renditions of classic seafood dishes that are both sophisticated and approachable. Surprising the palette in the bright and clean complexity of each plate, this 2 floor, 275 seat restaurant offers a variety of unique dining experiences to its loyal clientele, boasting an open kitchen and communal dining tables that further compliment the restaurant’s inviting atmosphere.
New York, NY 10014
Seafood, Contemporary American, Sushi
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 5:30PM-12:30AM
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday 11:00AM-3:30PM
Lunch: Monday - Friday 11:30AM-3:30PM
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
15th Street Between 9th Avenue & 10th Avenue.
A,C,E,L at 8th Ave & 14th Street.
Walk West to 13th Street & 9th Avenue.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Outdoor dining, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
For Special Events & Banquets Please Call: 212-392-5978 or emeail firstname.lastname@example.org
With a variety of unique private and semi-private event spaces, CATCH can accommodate seated dinner groups ranging in size from 30-300 and cocktail parties for up to 600 guests throughout the bi-level restaurant, with the ability to annex the enclosed rooftop lounge for an additional 150-200 guests.
Catch New York Ratings and Reviews
I ate on the rooftop. I ordered the hellfire roll, rice cakes, crispy shrimp, lobster Mac and cheese, lobster roll, and parmesan truffle fries. I really enjoyed the crispy shrimp, the lobster roll brioche bun was delicious and the fries were amazing. There was nothing special to the hellfire roll and the rice cake. Overall, I would recommend this place and I would definitely come back to try out more food.
Wow, I don't even know where to begin. We came for my boyfriends birthday, and I was given the worst table ever even though I told them it was a special night in my reso and asked for the roof. The server was disorganized, didn't tell us about the specials until I asked, dropped the app without taking the entree order and left me holding menus to where I had to ask someone to please take them away and take our order. Once the entrees were dropped it took about 10mins later for the side to come and I had to ask about that. My boyfriend was embarrassed and angry at me for saying anything. I spoke with the managers after and they were kind and invited us back on them. And I appreciated that. Oh yea, and the server assistants were arguing on the floor in front of he guests and staff was literally running back and fourth from the kitchen which created an environment of chaos and perceived disorganization to the diners. In short, although it has a cool club feel, the staff needs to be taught how to work together and remain calm under pressure.
This was easily the worst dining experience in my 18 years living in NYC.
I advised my waitress that there was a heated argument between a man and a woman sitting at the table me... the man screaming all kinds of profanity and berating the woman.
Everyone sitting around in other tables was visibly affected by the situation yet dozens of staff swirling around like chicken without their heads did nothing to diffuse the situation.
My waitress said that she would advise management... NOTHING WAS DONE.
Nothing was done even after the man broke a glass drink over the table and woman. Total chaos.
After everything , the waitress said a manager would come speak with me ... that manager never came.
Maybe this type of scenario happens at this establishment often enough that they really don't care about customers' safety and enjoyment.
Came with people from out of town...CHINA...
I own and operate a 100 million dollar company and the girls upfront are the rudest people I have met.
They sat us upstairs next to huge party and refused to move or help..
WE LEFT.. OR WERE FORCED TO LEAVE.. CAN YOU IMAGINE...
I have eaten there many times prior and this was the way I was treated..
From the greeter downstairs to the bartender, the hostesses and our multiple wait staffers, my women friends and I were treated in a warm and friendly way, even though we definitely did not fit the demographic of this restaurant. The food was delicious and inventive. I'm glad we ordered a bit less than they recommended because it was more than enough. And, although we probably stayed longer than they would have liked, we never felt rushed from the table. Be aware that it is very lively and noisy and you have to speak loudly to be heard by your tablemates.
My wife and I went to Catch last Sunday for dinner, after having gone to another of the restaurants run by the group that runs Catch, the Lexington Brass. As we all know, Sunday was a hot day and a very warm evening. When we got to the restaurant we waited briefly in the bar, were it was comfortably cool. When we were seated, however, on the 9th Avenue side of the room, it was a bit warm. The service, given how many tables our waitress was serving, was admirable, except for her failing to get our initial wine order correct. We primarily ate sushi and sashimi, along with some "cut" rolls, and the wonderful egg plant skewers and the grilled octopus. All the food we ate was quite good. Given the heat of the day, we didn't feel like eating the larger (whole fish) and heavier (can you say meat?) offerings on the menu. Though we are wine people, for some reason I didn't look at the bottle list. The offerings by the glass were fine for what we planned to eat, except for the Sonoma Cutrer Chardonnay. I can't understand why this marginal chardonnay finds it way onto so many better restaurant wine lists. At $16 per glass, I'd rather pay the $19 per glass we paid for The Frank Family Chardonnay we had the night before at Upland. I guess the mark up is better on Sonoma Cutrer. I've already recommended Catch to several of our NYC friends, as well as our Philadelphia friends who are planning to be in the Big Apple this summer. All in all, a very, very good experience.
Our waiter, Craig, was outstanding - professional, friendly, knowledgeable and courteous. The food was delicious, the portions were plentiful and the value was great. The atmosphere was very nice. The only negative was that we indicated to our waiter that we were in no hurry and wanted to relax and enjoy a leisurely brunch - he passed that along to the kitchen. However, twice before we were even halfway through our appetizers, two people (other than our waiter) were sent to our table with our entrees - which we refused. I told our waiter and he passed the word along again to the kitchen, and then things slowed down. I would definitely go to Catch again - however, I would be very specific about relaxing and enjoying without any rush.
Love catch. Never disappoints. Service is always good and food is great. If you like shushi, the hellfire roll is delicious. The crispy rice cakes are amazing. Lobster rolls are always a good choice. And I never go to catch without having the mahi mahi tacos. Would highly recommend!
Beautiful date night at a delicious restaurant. Food was outstanding. Ambiance fantastic for this hip hot spot! Our corner table really let us view the entire room. Drink of the night was the Kali! So Yummy! Catch is serving up some of the Best sushi rolls in the city and the sashimi is to die for!
Food was great! Service from the beginning was less than desirable. We had a 7:45pm reservation to celebrate a 21st birthday and were not seated until after 9pm. We spent close to $600 on food and beverage and not one acknowledgement was made for the birthday we were celebrating or the wait we had. Disappointing.
Such a great experience! Went for a lunch date/birthday occasion and the food was superb to split a few different plates. Informed them I was there for a birthday and they were so sweet, sent out a dessert and some champagne. Amazing time and will definitely recommend.
Restaurant would not seat us until whole party arrived, including our fifth person who we knew would be 10 to 15 minutes late. We went the third floor bar at which had one other guest seated. The bartender offered us cocktail menus that never arrived and we were never asked if we wanted a drink. Our fifth party member arrived at 7:10. Half an hour later we still were not seated and did not have a drink. We chose to leave. At every step of the way we were met with complete indifference by the staff of the restaurant. We ended up a La Sirena and recommend others do the same if they are in that neighborhood.
(I entered food and value ratings only because I could not otherwise leave a review. I did not eat the food or pay a bill, so have no view.)
I live in the west village and have always liked this place but I was shocked by how much it's declined. I was embarrassed to have clients there. The service at the bar was horrible and they act like they're doingvyou a favor to getvyou your $20 drink. The front desk was a circus and I was seated more than an hour after my reservation.
The most popular fish dish was sold out, then food took forever..... really shockingly bad.
I will say the steak was great otherwise, they need to restaff and improve the attitude of the whole place.
expensive, but worth it! food was awesome. recommend sharing dishes so you get to try everything. drinks took a while to get... and they brought the wrong "roll" and forgot a dish, but it was good overall. we had brussel sprouts for dessert .... not! get the hit me dessert. so fun! HB Rachel!
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