The Supply House

Restaurants , Dinner Upper East Side
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Restaurateurs Ryan O’Flaherty and Robbie Gillin—of the Hamptons' Saltwater Grill and Pete’s Park Place Tavern in Bronxville—pull hits from their other spots for this Upper East Side restaurant. The 70-seat joint—lined with reclaimed wood and tin—offers surf-and-turf options like fish tacos, lobster rolls and a coffee-crusted burger. To drink: beers from Northeastern breweries (Allagash, Whale's Tale).
Venue name: The Supply House
Address: 1647 Second Ave
Cross street: between 85th and 86th Sts
Opening hours: Mon–Wed, Sun 11:30am–2am; Thu–Sat 11:30am–4am
Transport: Subway: 4, 5, 6 to 86th St
Price: Average main course: $16. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
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Erik A

Great addition to the neighborhood.  As the old, brotastic sports bars of the neighborhood slowly close, they have been replaced with cooler, and CLEANER, versions such as Supply House.  The bar always features an excellent selection of tap beers.  In my opinion, perhaps priced a dollar or two too much, but they more than make up for it with excellent service and a terrific menu.  Grab the tacos, quesadilla, Coffee Ground Burger or anything else on the menu! I've never had a bad visit here.  I know none of this is news to anyone on the Upper East Side, but if you're ever in the neighborhood, be sure to swing by.  They also have a brunch menu on the weekends. 


Love this place. Great bar menu and amazing drinks. Brunch bloody mary's are out of this world.

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Waited for weeks for this place to open. Too bad. Went one week after they opened. The service was rude and careless. We waited for 45 minutes for a table then after an additional 20 minutes they could not say when our table would be ready. We left. Manager watched us leave without a kind word or apology the entire time we were there waiting. Bartenders could not even tell us what beer they had served. "Its on the wall." The wall was across a crowded bar. Thn he walked away from us. I say walk away or run from this place.