First Fine Dining Restaurant
In 1837, at the beginning of New York City’s evolution as the financial center of the world, the genesis of what would become a world renowned culinary institution, Delmonico’s Restaurant, was set. A small shop selling classically prepared pastries, fine coffee and chocolate, bonbons, wines and liquors as well as Havana cigars was operated by the Delmonico brothers. Its success led them to purchase a triangular plot of land at the intersection of Beaver, William and South William Streets where, in 1837, they opened the first fine dining restaurant in the country.
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One of the finest meals I have ever had. We were 4 businessmen trying to talk and enjoy a fabulous meal. This was achieved by all. The steaks & service were excellent!
Really enjoyed a recent lunch here with a friend. We sat in the grill and had a great meal with excellent service. Highly recommended.
Wonderful food and service. My t-bone was great!!! Make sure you get the baked Alaska!! Can’t wait to return!
Visiting the city and it lived up to its recommendation and its lovely history. The best steaks we had and we’ve had many!
We had our wedding reception at DelMonicos in 1987 and for every special anniversary, we return for dinner. It is always superlative…the food, the service and the ambience.