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Kingside, located on West 57th street, features Chef Marc Murphy's interpretation of New American Cooking, alongside Gerber Group's renowned bar program of handcrafted cocktails. The accessible menu will take its inspiration from Murphy’s childhood, highlighting items that trace back to his French heritage, Italian roots, American schooling and his love of travel. In addition to an extensive raw and crudo bar, appetizers will include charcuterie and cheeses, salads and small plates, while larger entrees will feature pastas, fish and meats with an emphasis on sharing, including some items, such as a 26 oz. Cowboy Ribeye and a Roasted Chicken meant to be ordered for two.
New York, NY 10019
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast & Grab+Go 7am - 11am
Weekend Brunch 11am - 4pm
Lunch 11am - 3pm
Dinner 5pm - 11pm
Bar 11am - 2am
6th and 7th Avenues
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
A, C, B, D, 1 to 59th Street / Columbus Circle
F to 57th Street
N, Q, R to 5th Avenue
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, Chef's Table, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Full Restaurant Capacity: 100 people for seated event / 200 people for cocktail event
Kingside Ratings and Reviews
Totally enjoyed our Sunday brunch at Kingside--fantastic, fresh food--good portions, cooked perfectly. Had plenty of room, and the noise level was just right so we could talk and hear each other. The eggs florentine, eggs benedict and the fritatta were all winners (and came with a small salad on the side). Loved that the hollandaise was hot, not too heavy, and served on the side. Fresh fruit cup was generous and included blueberries, blackberries and strawberries--yum. Maple bacon, breakfast potatoes and the sausage were also delicious. Our waiter was very helpful and friendly. We felt welcome and totally unrushed, which was the icing on the cake. Highly recommend!
I've been here a few times in the past and had better food. Salad and sides were not as evenly seasoned as they should be, couldn't really taste my Brussels sprout salad, and the mushrooms and roasted sprouts were over-sauced and salted. Our server was nice, place was mostly empty on a Friday at lunch, kind of weird for midtown. Better for Happy Hour and dinner I think.
Arrived to practically empty restaurant. Maitre d greeted us then immediately walked away and dealt with other stuff (including refilling somebody's coffee). Then dealt with a customer issue....then dealt with another customer who came in after our party (he'd left something behind)...then walked away again without speaking to us...in the end I walked to other member of staff and asked for us to be seated (5 minutes waiting by now). All the while 2 or 3 other members of staff were wandering around. We were finally seated...no apology. Ambience not great. No music. Food was great. Pancakes excellent. But lame, rude greeting left a bad taste: If we had known another place in the neighborhood we would have walked, but were with family and didn't want to make it unpleasant for them. Overall a sorry experience.
I always enjoy going to Kingside. In the past I have dined at breakfast but this was my first lunch. The menu is nice, great options and good value. My salad could have used a bit more seasoning but was otherwise fresh and tasty. The standout was the kind service. Our server was a pro and was quite friendly and warm. And the bartender jumped up to seat us and the host team was outgoing and so nice! Impressed by this team, they give great service and should be proud.
Chose this restaurant for Christmas dinner and service was shockingly disappointing. Thirty minutes after ordering a bottle of wine, our appetizers arrived before anyone at the table had a beverage. Plates of finished courses we not cleared. Scallops and steak were amazing, but something needs to be done with service.
Made rsvp and host told us she wasn't honoring our reservation. Had to ask for manager. Said they were too busy. Then manager seated us. Felt like host wanted to go home. I get it. It was xmas day. But there were other restaurants I could have chosen that were open. If you don't want to work just close the shop.
We go to the Landmarc regularly and were expecting more of the same great food and service. What a disappointment. The real problem had to do with the deplorable service, which affected our entrees and our whole experience. As we sat down, another table was loudly complaining about the fact that their waiter had gone MIA and their orders were wrong. Their food came out shortly after, but they left. Then it was out turn to be ignored. It took forever for our server to take our drink orders. We asked three times for water. He managed the coffee but forgot the other two drinks until prompted again. Then he disappeared. Once our food finally did show up, one dish was cold--it was the egg sandwich, which was supposed to have melted pimento cheese and hot sausage. And one of the side dishes didn't come out. Usually, a server will check back in on you once entrees have been served...and if anything, that happens too often. Not this guy. I left the table to find him--to find anyone, honestly. The staff were completely inattentive and largely absent. After finally tracking him down, he didn't apologize or anything. I'd thought he would follow me back to my table, pick up the cold food and take it back to the kitchen. Instead, he kept talking to another server. So after a few minutes, I got up and went back over again. After several attempts, I did finally get our forgotten side dish (bacon) and a replacement entree... They clearly microwaved the egg sandwich. The brioche turned hard, and the whole thing reminded me of a sad, vending machine sandwich. "Disgusting" is too complimentary a word to describe it. For $18, the vending machine version would have been more palatable. The bacon--it was cold and greasy once we finally got it. Like that other table, we just wanted to cut our losses and leave. But of course... We couldn't track down anyone for our bill. We did finally spot someone, but she was dealing with the table behind us, who were also complaining. Avoid this place.
We arrived at 10:54 am with a reservation for brunch. We were told to wait as brunch didn't start till 11. This took over 20 minutes. Once we were finally seated & greeted, we ordered the avocado toast, egg pizza & fruit salad (Nothing crazy). The food took forever to come out. The food was amazing when it did finally come out. However, yet again our check took forever.
This was such a disappointing experience. Service was absolutely horrible, the staff was not only rude but extremely slow and inattentive. I've been to Kingside many times for dinner, this was my first time having brunch there. It was very underwhelming and I would not go back. There was lack of staff, tables needed to be bused and things were left unattended.
Group of four needed a place to eat quickly before a show at Carnegie hall. We made a reservation for 7 but called to see if we could get a spot at the bar to eat quickly. Even though we arrived at 7:15 the hostess made sure to get us a table in the bar and took our order very quickly so that we would make our show. Burger was very good and the kale and quinoa salad was excellent. Also had an amazing drink. Hot tequila with cider since it was freezing out. Very cool vibe. Beautiful bar design. Extremely accommodating staff. Will definitely be back
We had a noon reservation and arrive at 11:45a and the place was empty. The hostess insisted on seating us in the far back corner of the restaurant where we were put on top of another table. When I asked if we could sit in a booth in the center of the restaurant she refused us and told us the server wasn't at the restaurant yet. 10 minutes later she started seating people in those booths. To add to that she was fairly rude and totally unwilling to accommodate us.
Discerning native New Yorkers beware! Really disappointing all around. I have come here for breakfast, lunch and dinner on a few occasions and can finally say that it really is a huge disappointment. One would expect more from Marc Murphy.
At 9:30 PM with the bar fairly full with hotel guests the restaurant was empty and we waited 15 minutes to find a hostess. Server seemed busy but only a handful of tables were occupied. Ordered an appetizer, two entrees and a side. Entrees came, empty appetizer plate(s) remained throughout our meal, and the side came after the check arrived. The serve said he wondered what happened to our fried? Isn't that his job? No apology at all from the server. This is a must miss!
Delay in service of drinks and food approached ridiculous levels. It took 30 minutes to receive our drink order. The food took 1 hour and 15 minutes to deliver (from the time we ordered until it was placed on our table). The restaurant was not even busy. We have been to Kingside multiple times. It is conveniently located and never busy. But after this experience, I don't believe we will be back.
Restaurant was empty yet we had to wait for our reservation. Every single thing we ordered was wrong. They brought the appetizer along with entree and then waited an uncomfortably long time for the entree to be brought out again. All this the privilege of paying $36 for 3 small pieces of chicken. Very expensive. Next time I'll stick to Red Eye Grill or Molyvos.
We arrived at the Viceroy on thanksgiving day. We figured that after a full day of travel, eating in the hotel restaurant was a great idea. Our server was very kind, but when the kitchen became slow and nothing was coming out, he wouldn't really make eye contact with us. I did not eat, but my husband sort of nibbled around and did his best to not gag at the coagulated, cold gravy served with the turkey. We did notice that our plate was free of mashed potatoes, so we asked where they were and after he was done pushing his food around, they PR ought a dish of runny purée. Terribly disappointing, and this, our first night of a near week's stay at the hotel. Needless to say, we won't go back.
Very much enjoyed our early dinner before a show at Carnegie Hall. Very reasonably priced, absolutely delicious food & cocktails and very cute decor. I will gladly go back and try the many other menu items I had trouble deciding between and will happily recommend to my friends & family looking for a good restaurant near Carnegie Hall.
We chose Kingside for a post TCS NYC Marathon get together. Kingside is ascetically attractive and looks to have a very fun vibe. The bar area is beautify and the decor is clean and sharp looking!! Sadly that is where it stopped for us. We were (are) a family of 6. We were getting together from far and wide to celebrate 2/6 of the family running the marathon; a big day in NYC. The excitement stopped there. The restaurant was less than 1/4 full with plenty of wait staff (not meant to bash them) but the food took forEVER to arrive. The orders were simple (as is the menu, which was why we chose Kingside) and we had hoped for faster/better service. After asking when would the food arrive, we pushed our chairs back and bonded with the next table (the only other marathoners in the restaurant). Line would be around the block if this issue could be repaired. Too many other options in Manhattan for a repeat; sorry Kingside.
I am not sure in what world this place would be recommended but WARNING: this is not a place to go if you want service, food, or a smile. People were leaving the restaurant as we walked in. There were three groups in front of us and no server, hostess, or employee to be found for 25 minutes. Finally a server walked by and ignored everyone who had reservations asking about being seated. There were people standing up waiting for someone to take their order. They had actually been seated and were waiting 30 minutes to have their order taken. Beyond ridiculous.
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