Met a friend in NYC for a girls weekend, and, being a card-carrying "member" I had to put the original Palm on our itinerary. I'm so glad I did. Having been to several Palms across the country (all of them fantastic,) I have to say that this experience was truly special - of course, being in the city between Thanksgiving and Christmas is magical in itself, but dining at an iconic restaurant so steeped with New York history (one of many in NYC, of course) only added to the awesome evening.
Yes the steaks are very generous, the bone-in ribeyes gloriously marbled, and both were prepared and seasoned beautifully. But the sides were definitely not afterthoughts and were not the least bit upstaged. On their own, the 3-cheese potatoes could have made a divine main course, and the wild mushrooms were tender and buttery. We did not save room for dessert, but our waiter coaxed us into taking a "bag of donuts" with us to go, and we happily munched on them later at the hotel. They, too, were delicious.
Dinner here is a must for those looking to take in an amazing dinner while experiencing a bit of 1920's nostalgia.
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