Although it looks like a private club, this is a public restaurant. You can book online or call them. Both ways. They offer some great wines. We especially enjoyed the black pinot noir wine that night. My wife and I both ordered black eel. It was delicious and special spices did not mask the taste of the food itself. The service from the staff was just right. Our meal was not rushed and was not left out. The staff made us feel very sweet and together it all made for a wonderful evening.
It's a legendary store, where many films have been taken, and where more than one American president has visited, the result of many auras is that I can't afford to eat... But want to experience a real life of the American upper class, can only bite to get an afternoon tea, have to say afternoon tea consumption is quite human, 50 dollars per person is also enjoy a presidential treatment.
The 21 club on Upper West Side 52nd Street is a synonym of the noble, unnoticed signboard railings that stand side by side with the small riders, the first visit to its gold signboard or the New York Restaurant Week to see 21 Club, a high-end restaurant that immediately locates lunch for $25 a headstand and the owner. The food is very affordable. On the day of the meal, the son did not wear a suit and a uncle was matched to him with a dark green suit jacket pocket and royal badge. It is really elegant to use the dining hall to brighten up. The luxury warm wall is full of honor medals and celebrity photos. The only drawback is that the seat is very crowded. It's about 60 years old to be sideways in order to be squeezed into the seating hall. My clients are all silver hair. It's kind of weird, like being in a home with fried salmon, very tasty, roasted red cabbage, salad chicken breast, almond slices, sauce, fried salmon, and celery mash. It's the taste of this big family that attracts the silver-skinned service of CEOs close to the purse-mac-mac. It's not a 21-club meal is a symbol of status. No wonder this restaurant is always hard to find ～
The steaks were cooked to perfection. The wine selection was wonderful.21 club at the fallsview resort is a great dinner option!
Super tasty, loved the taste of this place, it was endless
The 21 Club, 52st Manhattan, a favorite “illegal” restaurant for the American president, has served meals for presidents since Franklin Roosevelt, except for George W. Bush. Once inside the gate, the ceiling of the Bar Room is lined with planes, trains, car models and antique toys donated by celebrity stars, like a three-dimensional museum. The three courses are a good value for money. The food is good but not spectacular, so the American Icon, a popular celebrity, is not Michelin, and there's always a reason...Dress Code: Jacket Required, a suit and tie is a must.