A slice of classic New York. When the NHL Rangers are skating at the nearby Garden, pre-game this spot and their bar to be part of the action.
AAA Inspector Notes
Classic Historic. This classic steakhouse was originally a men's pipe-smoking club in 1885. The décor features smoky 19th-century oak walls, old playbills, black and white photos and a ceiling decorated with thousands of clay pipes. The menu offers a fine selection of prime dry-aged beef, chicken and seafood dishes including live Maine lobsters. For a taste of history, try their signature mutton chops which have been a staple at the restaurant for over a century and are served up with freshly made mint jelly. As a classic man cave-like bastion, this place ranks among the very top in the city. When there is a sporting event at the nearby Garden the place gets wall-to-wall packed. The dining room and classic cocktail bar are like museum exhibits honoring the glory days of the Herald Square theater district. The clay pipe collection is the largest in the world.