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BoozeMenus:WHERE TO RING IN THE NEW YEAR

“Desmond’s will host a very bubbly evening with free-flowing Champagne accompanying its classic New York City Steakhouse style menu. The piano playing and singing of Theatre District Legend Karen Brown will add to the festivities. The unlimited Champagne will be served from 5pm to midnight, with the bar remaining open until at least 2am, to welcome Times Square ball-drop watchers in from the cold!”

 

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Examiner.com: Christmas Eve, Christmas, NYE & New Year’s day dining possibilities

“Desmond’s Steakhouse will host a very bubbly evening with free-flowing Champagne accompanying its classic New York City steakhouse style showcasing dry-aged USDA Prime beef for $175. It and the unlimited Champagne will be served from 5 to midnight in Desmonds handsome wood paneled and leather chaired dining rooms, where the the piano…”

BWW: Bar of the WeekBar of the Week

“Positioned just a few blocks down from the heart of Times Square, Desmond’s is a prime example of everything that is best about New York City steakhouses. Desmond’s offers the finest service, delicious food, excellent wines and beer selections, and a cocktail menu with a lot of proven classics and a few welcome surprises. Whether you are looking for a classic martini and a small bite after work at the bar or for a full dinner in their spacious dining areas, this many-sided restaurant is a great destination. Elegant, yet accessible, we name Desmond’s our “Bar of the Week.”…”

nine eats prime steak club, new york

New York Post: Madison Square Garden restaurants that don’t drop the ball

“Classically styled steakhouse serving USDA Prime cuts is open till midnight. “Racquet Ball” rib-eye ($55 and enough for two) is the sleeper hit. Rare bonus: a voucher for six hours of free parking at a next-door garage after 5 p.m.”

 

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Page Six: Sightings…

“Busta Rhymes dancing at Meatpacking club VIP Room . . . Karolina Kurkova, Lily Aldridge and Alexandra Richards at Casa Lever to celebrate Ferragamo’s Fiamma bag . . . Michael Vick at Desmond’s Steakhouse, watching Karen Brown on piano.”

 

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Gotham: No Girls Allowed, Enter a Secret New York Steak Club

“Seated at the extra-long table in the boisterous Desmond’s Steakhouse dining room, Howard Slavin, a dapper, boyish 51-year-old taps his huge knife repeatedly against the empty glass in front of him, but it takes a while to quiet 15 carnivores. “Let’s start with Steak Club business,” he launches with the assurance of a prosecutor…”


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Gothamist: Whiskey Passports Are The Best Kind Of Passports

“…”We tried to keep the curating parameters loose so we got an interesting mix of locations,” explained co-producer Rev Ciancio. “That’s what helped us have Desmond’s Steakhouse on the same list as The Shanty, which is also the home of NY Distilling Company.” And unlike, say, a bar crawl, you can redeem your drinks anytime between December 13th and February 13th of next year….”

 

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Page Six: We hear…

“…That Pink Elephant’s Roee Nahmani will open Tokya on Sept. 17, featuring “video DJs” . . . That tennis star Camila Giorgi made a farewell toast to New York with Georgi Vodka at Desmond’s Steakhouse…”

 

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LuxuryWeb: Desmond’s Steakhouse Review

“…Master Chefs are fond of saying “You eat with your eyes first”. Plating and presentation play a huge role in how we experience food. A well designed plate with lots of color and texture and well arranged ingredients, is supposed to lead to a delicious meal…”

 

Page Six: We hear…

“…THAT Max Burgio will open new restaurant and lounge B & Co. during New York Fashion Week…THAT so many people showed up to Lifetime and Bray Productions’ party for new show “Catering Wars” at Desmond’s Steakhouse, the bash ran out of food.”

 

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TheFABULOUSREPORT: Where to Eat: Desmond’s Steakhouse

“Leave it up to us to trek through touristy Times Square in a tropical rainstorm… all for the love of food. Despite the fact that we like to avoid the tourist crowds in this area as much as possible, a perfectly cooked medium filet mignon and lovely ambiance of live music on the restaurant’s piano were calling…”

 

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EatBigApple: Desmond’s Steakhouse Review

“Desmond’s is a new steakhouse in Midtown Manhattan, a couple blocks north of Madison Square Garden. You’re very much unlikely to sense the new, however, as it is carefully concealed by the warm and dim lighting, rich wood tones, and supple leather seats. If there was ever a model steakhouse, this would be it…”

 

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Thrillist: A BIG, GORGEOUS STEAKHOUSE WITH AN ON-PREMISES BUTCHER

“I’ll see ya in another steakhouse, brotha!” That’s something you actually might never say once you experience Desmond’s, a massive Midtown beef complex that greets you with a visible meat locker stuffed with cuts from Strassburger Meats, whose fifth-generation owner calls herself Suzy Sirloin, and supplies Keens, Sparks, and The Dutch…”


Splash: A Great New NYC Steakhouse

“Does NYC need another great steak place? Likely not. Does it need Desmond’s Steakhouse? A resounding “yes.” Here’s a restaurant with all the trappings of the best traditional steakhouses but with a warmth and atmosphere more like your favorite neighborhood hangout…”

 

Foray’s of a Finance Foodie: A Classic Midtown Steakhouse with A Modern Flavor

“I’m always happy to check out new steakhouses and Desmond’s in midtown was one I was especially eager to check out as fellow food writers told me they had a great time there, not only raving abut the steaks but also saying that they loved the fabulous trays of mixed raw…”

New York Post: Steaks are rarin’ to go

“Add another ambitious new steakhouse to this year’s stampede: Desmond’s, a 247-seat, 8,000 square-footer coming soon to a former OTB site at 515 Seventh Ave. at 38th Street. It’s by far the biggest project from owner Paul Hurley, who runs five Irish-themed bars and restaurants around town…”