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About Park Avenue Spring
Restaurateur Michael Stillman is proud to announce the re-opening of Park Avenue Spring (Summer, Autumn, Winter), the New American restaurant that enjoyed a 22-year run on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. With Park Avenue Winter, Stillman has taken his restaurant downtown to 360 Park Avenue South and has tasked chef Zene Flinn (previously at the original Park Avenue and Jean-Georges’ Nougatine) with reinterpreting Park Avenue favorites in its new home.
New York, NY 10010
American, Seafood, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Monday- Thursday: 11:30am - 10:00pm
Friday 11:30am - 11:00pm
Saturday Brunch: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Saturday Dinner: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Sunday Dinner: 5:30pm-9pm
East 26th Street
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Pay with OpenTable, Visa
6 at 23rd Street or 28th Street
N, R at 23rd Street
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Park Avenue Spring Ratings and Reviews
I have dined at this restaurant twice now, once in the Fall and once in the Spring.
Both times the service was great, the food spectacular and the ambience due to the change in the seasons always a nice change. Looking forward to experiencing the Summer and Winter menus at a later date.
Warning: they have a no stroller policy and despite writing a note that we will be bringing a stroller we were not informed of the policy until we were at the restaurant. However they were super accommodating and everything worked out. The food is delicious and I would come back again with babies/kids.
This is our second time coming to Park Avenue and we were here for Spring. We have been there in the winter as well. I chose this restaurant to celebrate brunch with my mother-in-law for her 80th birthday. It was absolutely gorgeous inside with lilac and other beautiful flowers. The food was amazing but the desserts were beyond words. I would make the trip to this restaurant for the desserts alone if I had to. It is pricey but you know that before going so you can't expect a cheap meal. It's all very well worth it. Thank you
Among the finest French restaurants in NYC. Food is always creative and beautifully presented. Portions are amazingly large. The service couldn't be better. Very nice servers and supervisors. We were running 45 minutes late on a busy Friday night and called at the reservation time. They were very understanding and held a great table for us for 45 minutes. What's also special about this restaurant is that the menu changes every season.
What an incredible meal. None of us for brunch and all very pleased The food was absolutely delicious, interesting ingredients and preparations. The waitress, was pleasant, efficient and very knowledgeable about the menu. The decor is lovely, the music started off at a perfect decibel, but did get a little loud - but then we were seated in the same room as the bar.
We booked Park Avenue Spring for Easter Brunch. Our reservations were at 11:00. We were timely seated and the restaurant has a lovely interior. However, we were bewildered by the fact that, for Easter Brunch, the "brunch" menu (which is available for every other brunch) was not offered. Instead, at 11:00, we were limited to two brunch "appetizers" (whipped yoghurt or tortilla espanola) and then two mains (a single piece of brioche French toast, or salmon benedict). We were also offered a prix fixe dinner menu (did I mention it was 11:00 a.m.?). But here is the kicker: no matter what we ordered, we were going to be charged the $75 prix fixe dinner price plus a supplement for any beverage we ordered. So, for four people, who ate a 1/2 cup of yoghurt each (granted, with some rhubarb coulis) and a single piece of bread dipped in egg batter, and who each had a cup of coffee, we paid $457. Yes, I get it is New York, and I get it is Easter, and I get it is very pretty inside. But the food was just meh, the coffee was tepid (seriously not even warm), and the service was merely passable. One of the more irritating restaurant experiences in a long while.
Always enjoyed and raved about Park Avenue when it was uptown. With the move down to where it is now, some has been lost. Have tried it 4 or 5 times but each time I say it is unlikely I return. It has just become something that leaves much to be desired. With the few tables that were occupied at lunch, perhaps others agree. It's a shame as it was always one of our highlights during our visits to NYC.
Made a reservation 30 days in advance and we were given the worst table in the restaurant, not even in the main dining room, which was the main reason for choosing this place. Hostess not willing to re accommodate. Extremely low price value. Will not return.
I have been to this Park Avenue several times, but this time the food pricing was dramatically higher. It was never inexpensive, but we were all shocked at the pricing of the specials for a fairly simply piece of fish. The appetizer was also not well valued. Although we have always enjoyed the food, there are many good choices in the area with a much more reasonable value.
We visited Park Avenue (Spring) for our anniversary while visiting New York City. The restaurant was recommended to us by close friends, so we were looking forward to trying it. The food was fantastic! The waitstaff was very down-to-earth and helped us by recommending their favorites. The wine was well-selected and have even become one of our favorites. The dessert topped off the night. My wife and I highly recommend Park Avenue Spring!
Park Avenue Spring hit it out of the park with their Wine Dinner experience. The waiter was friendly, helpful and offered great menu recommendations (especially for me, as a gluten free diner!). The food was, to put it simply, stunning. I highly recommend the carpaccio and lamb shank to any Spring diner, and the wines offered during the wine dinner were absolutely delightful.
The seasonal theme of the restaurant is very creative and it works with the produce of the season and it translate that the ingredients are locally grown, it works! Noise level is tolerable. Service is attentive but not intrusive.I wish the blooming cherries are real.
The only saving grace was the professional manager; Lindsay. From start to finish this meal was an absolute disaster. What I find even more disappointing is the fact that I used to live next-door to the original uptown location where I frequented at least 2 to 3 times a week with flawless service and impeccable food. There is too much to type in regards to this horrific meal but the ultimate slap in the face was our way there telling us that even though I have a dietary restriction he would not allow us to have steamed carrots; after going back-and-forth to the chef three times he then said we could have them for $11 additional. It obviously has nothing to do with the money it was a general principle. Lindsay the manager was professional and very understanding of the situation when we asked to speak to her and should be considered a true asset to this failing restaurant
Great Brunch place with creative menu and presentation. Atmosphere was really lovely and the bar area which we later used was very comfortable. Highly recommended.
A personal important issue is noise level -music playing on speakers- and this may be endemic to NYC restaurants that seem to think the louder the better buzz. I wish volume could have been lowered a bit, however I did not bring it up then.
Would go again & again (and just ask kindly to lower a notch the volume)
Excellent. From cocktails through dinner, our experience was perfect. The food was delicious and perfectly prepared. Our server, Goran, was terrific, made excellent recommendations and was friendly and attentive. The decor is beautiful. Can't wait to go back!
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