Eats on Lex

Restaurants , American Lenox Hill
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This jazzed-up corner pub turns out casual crowd-pleasers like burgers (dry-aged steak, Atlantic salmon), oysters and fruit-flavored martinis (sour cherry, fig).
Venue name: Eats on Lex
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Address: 1055 Lexington Ave
New York
10021
Cross street: at 75th St
Opening hours: Daily 11am–11pm
Transport: Subway: 6 to 77th St (Lexington Ave)
Price: Average main course: $27. AmEx, MC, V
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After reading 'New Yorks Best Burgers' I decided to venture to Eats on Lex for their Steakburger. I was not dissapointed. As my first ever burger experience in New York I would highly recommend Eats on Lex. Great stuff 

Claire H

I've used Eats on Lex for catering lunches, events and even taken my family there for Thanksgiving dinner. Each experience I have ever had with this restaurant has exceeded my expectations! The menu is unique but extremely approachable, the staff is accommodating and friendly and the management is open and willing to try new things for their clients. If you have any special requests on private events or catering, go to Mike! He can get anything and everything done for you and make you look good to your guests and clients!! 

Gary G

Came here for the first time today. We've always went to J.G. Melon in the past but it's gone down and turned in to a tourist trap. Anyway, the menu at Eats sparked our curiosity and we decided to give it a shot. We really loved how my juicy burger tasted! It was delicious! We also got the braised beef short ribs. Let's just say we left full & completely satisfied, not only with our food, but with the customer service. The waiter was very friendly and knowledgeable and engaged us in conversation. Loved the design of the place and the antique feeling and the pictures on the wall. It's as if it was the original burger joint in Manhattan. Thumbs up!