This Art Deco–inspired chophouse offers a variety of—duh—dry-aged Angus beef and a hefty wine list. The bi-level restaurant—styled with cork columns, snakeskin walls and espresso leather chairs—features standards, like a porterhouse for two, creamed spinach and wedge salads. Co-owner Margent Maslinka doubles as wine director, overseeing 1,000 bottles in a glass-enclosed cellar and giving the list a heavy California bent.
|Venue name:||Angus Club Steakhouse (CLOSED)|
135 E 55th St. between 3rd ave. and Lex.ave
|Cross street:||between Lexington and Third Aves|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri 11:30am–3, 4–11pm; Sat 4–11pm|
|Transport:||Subway: E, M to Lexington Ave–53rd St; 6 to 51st St|
|Price:||Average entrée: $50|
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My first visit left a lasting impression. The food was awesome and staff was just amazing. Strongly recommended. A+
From the time we arrived at Angus Club Steakhouse until the time we left, everything was perfect. I love when you arrive and are greeted with a smile. I could not have asked for a better experience. The atmosphere is upscale but relaxed and despite it being a full house not noisy at all. The service was amazing... The timing of drinks, appetizers, dinner and dessert was perfect. And the best part of the evening...the food! Everything was perfectly portioned and prepared. I think, no matter what you order, you will be thoroughly pleased. Not only was the food amazing, but so was the staff.The owner went above and beyond to make the night special. He also showed us the dinning room downstairs which was absolutely gorgeous!! If you are looking for an upscale but approachable place with amazing food in NYC, visit Angus Club. What an incredible evening! Love, love, love this place!!!
Had the pleasure of lunching @ Angus yesterday. The food was beyond good; it was FABULOUS. Enhancing the gastronomic experience is the decor and the service. A deceptively small dining space is dispelled when one enters the eatery's below street dining level. Here one enters series of experiences such as: The Chef's Table; The Oak Room; The Leather Room and more. Each room is exquisite, comfortable and inviting. Finally, the service; although the establishment is new, it only opened its doors on 27 January 2014, the staff presents an atmosphere and reality of decades of experience and hospitality. Angus is worth a trip from anywhere and beats a trip to Wiliamsburg.
I dined here with my wife on their 2nd night of being opened, and I knew coming into this new establishment it would be great food, but I have to say it was so much more, the service was spectacular, the porterhouse was on point, It was so tasty not salty not fatty but perfect, then they offered to try the lobster mac and cheese, AWESOME!!!!! and the decor sets the mood, tastefully done, I wish all of the owners much success to their new business, I know I will be dining here frequently; I want to also thank the staff for the unbelievably service, P.S. great wine list to add to this great place....