THE VANDERBILT opened its doors on October 23, 2009. It was designed with the casual comfort of a neighborhood restaurant/bar with market-inspired New American bar fare by Chef Saul Bolton (also of SAUL Restaurant, Red Gravy & Brooklyn Bangers). Emphasizing seasonal, local, and quality ingredients, the menu consists of snacks, small plates, and big plates--including house-made sausages. With serious, sophisticated food and a beverage program to match, we offer a less formal atmosphere without sacrificing standards.
|Venue name:||The Vanderbilt||Contact:|
570 Vanderbilt Ave
|Price:||$31 to $50|
Average User Rating
4 / 5
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Had dinner here. The food was solid and the service was great. A neighborhood staple for sure.
The other reviews were right - the duck wings are awesome. Not to be missed. I had the lamb pasta and I had the burger. Both were delish. My only criticism - not a fan of the cottage fries. Too thick and potato-y. They should definitely consider replacing with regular fries. The cottage ones feel like they should be paired with breakfast.
I had came for brunch several months ago and the food then was also solid. Overall, a strong pick for the hood.