M. Wells Steakhouse

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Long Island City

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    M. Wells Steakhouse

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    Côte de boeuf at M. Well Steakhouse

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    Wedge salad at M. Wells Steakhouse

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    Foie-gras gnocchi at M. Wells Steakhouse

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    Truite au bleu at M. Wells Steakhouse

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    Dessert cart at M. Wells Steakhouse

Photograph: Erica Gannett

M. Wells Steakhouse

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  • Address:

    M. Wells Steakhouse 43-15 Crescent St
    Long Island City
    NY
    11101

  • Cross Street:

    between 43rd Ave and 44th Dr

  • Venue phone:

    718-786-9060

  • Venue website:

    magasinwells.com

  • Opening hours:

    Mon, Wed–Sat 5:30-11:30pm; Sat 5:30–10:30pm

  • Transport:

    Subway: N, Q, 7 to Queensboro Plaza

  • Price:

    Average main course: $28. AmEx, Disc, MC, V

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    1. M. Wells Steakhouse
      • 43-15 Crescent St
        Long Island City
        NY
        11101
      • 718-786-9060
      • magasinwells.com
      • 40.748493,-73.942296

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Ron slack

Had nothing but FUN here. Left insanely full and under my budget. Tasty cocktails and the cheese cake KILLED. I will be back to conquer the tomahawk!

sylvia

Love the place, the quirky canadian sommelier has great recommendations and will sabre off champagne corks like the best of them. The pork chops are to die for. Not to forget the decadent pommes aligot, and a great foie gras terrine. Sea food appetizers from the raw bar are a must try. Warm pretzel rolls start you off just right, the Canadian sidecar cocktail is delicious. Try to nab a seat at the 5-stool "chef's table" for an experience like no other.

Laura

The gnocchi is actually one of the worst items on the menu. Interesting concept, but there's no textural contrast, the potato is gummy and too thick like a bad side of gluey mashed potato and the actual foie gras cube is tiny , doesn't stay in the gnocchi and adds nothing to it. Worse, the whole thing is greasy without anything to balance the grease. The trout on the other hand is fantastic. The marrow soup is great. The pretzel bread is great. The lobster roll is great. The bone in burger is gimmicky, don't mind the bone but it's overpriced. The côte de boeuf was overpriced. The stack of pork chops was dry. The red velvet cake was way too sweet and had a weird texture. It was all very hit or miss.