Pricey, but worth the visit, food is amazing -Crab Cake (Appetizer) -Filet Mignon (Medium) or New York Strip (Medium) (Main Course) - Truffled Mashed Potatoes (Side) - 7 Layer Coconut Cake (Dessert)
Chef Michael Lomonaco offers what must be the most luxurious prime rib in the history of prime rib. For $155 per person, diners get the prime rib plus salads, sides, and dessert for the table.
Prime beef doesn’t usually come with a prime view, but Michael Lomonaco’s modern Time Warner Center place offers a side dish of Central Park. Fine salad, fish and pasta, too.
The steak was one of the best I've had in the city! Follow my steak adventures on instagram @EricHoRaw
Porter House New York commissioned purveyor Pat LaFrieda to custom-blend a burger mix that includes aged prime beef.
Phenomenal. Pre-order their prime rib dinner and prepare to be blown away. Been here three times for their secret prime rib dinner and never been disappointed.
Decent lunch time specials, but overall quite pricey. And despite the views, you can't help feeling like you're sitting in a mall. Skip the Caesar salad - it's only dressing and croutons, really.
Lunch was delicious! Had an amazing waiter by the name of Dave, who made the dining experience even sweeter. :-) Will come back again. Only negative outlook, was the dim lighting in restroom. :-\
Located on the 4th floor of The Time Warner Center, Porter House offers not only some of the best steak in the city, but also some of the best Central Park views through their massive windows.
In addition to some of the best dry-aged beef in town, Porter House Bar and Grill offers plentiful seafood options, seasonal specials, a terrific wine list, and great service to boot.