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Although The Bar Room is a newcomer to the Upper East Side, the restaurant's historical design elements inspire the feeling of a classic neighborhood mainstay. From the African Mahogany bar that spent over a century in Harvey's Chelsea, to the 1920s Parisian light fixtures that lined the river Seine, the detailed decor creates an elegant yet relaxed ambiance. For private dining guests, the full menu of New American fare includes decadent entrees like grilled rib eye with bone marrow, braised short ribs and pan seared scallops. Our knowledgeable staff informs guests on dish pairings with a select variety of wines, spirits and classic cocktails to compliment each flavor and palette preference.…
Just walking by and stopped in for a late lunch - nice light airy space beyond the bar - service was good - efficient and friendly and the food was good too - we shared a kale salad and turkey club sandwich - both very...More
We were looking for a local bar scene and this was recommended by our Concierge from The Pierre. It didn't disappoint. Selina, the bartender was both attentive and friendly. Great place to wind down after a busy day. Highly recommend.
We found this little place whilst roaming around stopped for a drink, stayed for food. Atmosphere was great, lots of after work folks all enjoying themselves. We grabbed a table and had great service from a young man who’s name I didn’t get (unfortunately). Worth...More
The Bar Room at The Modern is an incredible restaurant. There food is unbelievably good and creative. If you peak in the kitchen (which they allow), they have a huge cooking staff. Like all of the fine dining Danny Meyer restaurants, the food is made...More
Visited for brunch and really enjoyed the omelette. It was served with hash browns and salad.
Staff were attentive and filling up our water glasses when needed and service was smooth.
I loved the artwork along the top of the ceiling.
We ate upstairs as downstairs was closed for private party
Guacamole and chips were good. Hamburger was excellent tuna tartare was good but small portion.
Waiter very helpful.
Discount available if attending theatre 59E59.
The Bar Room is located in the upper eat side, we discovered this place thanks to a colleague that brought us there to have some drinks and we ended up having dinner too since the ambiance was very good. The place has a nice vibe...More
I was looking for a solid bar at the end of day and found The Bar Room. Central located, walking distance from central Manhatten. The Bar was packed which is always a good sign. They offered not the usual cocktails while I guess they would...More
Combining quiet residential neighborhoods that have easy access to Central Park with world-famous cultural institutions, the Upper East Side is one of the most livable places in the city. Along beautiful Fifth Avenue, you’ll find Museum Mile, which houses many of the nation's most famous attractions in a single stretch, like The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Museum. Walk a few blocks into the
neighborhood, and you’ll come to Park Avenue, the poshest address in the city, lined with grand apartment buildings as far as the eye can see. Even if you can’t afford the luxury goods along Madison Avenue, it’s still a great spot to window shop an afternoon away.