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Inside Park at St. Bart’s

Restaurants, Contemporary American Midtown East
4 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)
Photograph: Syed Yaqeen
Photograph: Syed Yaqeen

Time Out says

Dining at Inside Park at St. Bart’s is certainly a unique experience. The restaurant is located in the cavernous room—think a 30-foot ceiling and the original stained glass windows—that used to serve as the great hall at St. Bartholomew’s Church in Midtown East. The fare served here isn’t your typical Sunday supper, either. The menu of upscale American cuisine puts a focus on fresh ingredients. There’s the autumn squash and grain salad with kale, squash, farro, quinoa, pea shoots and parmesan ($15), a black truffle burger with comte and caramelized onions ($25) and a lump crab cake with spaghetti squash, haricots vert and toasted walnuts ($27). And unlike most church functions, dinner at Inside Park at St. Bart’s includes drinking. Bartenders can whip up any of the specialty cocktails, like the Park Sparkler with grapefruit, sour lemon and prosecco ($15). There’s also live jazz every Wednesday evening, and in the warmer months, you can choose to take your meal outside on the terrace.



Address: 325 Park Ave corner of 50th.
New York
Cross street: at 50th St
Transport: Subway: E, M to Lexington Ave–53rd St; 6 to 51st St
Price: Average main course: $28. AmEx, MC, V
Opening hours: Mon–Fri 11:30am–10pm; Sat 12:00-8:00pm
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4 out of 5 stars

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After passing Inside Park at St. Bart's every day on my way to work for months, I finally encouraged my colleagues to give it a try with me.  Great after work spot that attracts a young business crowd for happy hour at the outdoor patio.

Drink of choice: PearTini ($15) or a glass of the rose by Conde ($12)  


Went for an after work happy hour, for summer this place it has great outdoors and is very unique as it is next to a church (part of a church), gave the the feeling I was being bad, but having fun, if your drink of choice is beer, they don't have much selection, however their cocktails are delicious just a bit on the pricier side, if you want to have a classy happy hour with co-workers or a nice business meal, this is your spot. #TOTastemaker