Topping the food chain is a tremendous achievement, which is why humans triumphantly plant flag-like toothpicks in burgers and sing the national anthem at their steaks before devouring them. Enjoy life at the top with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $35 for $70 worth of steak, seafood, and drinks for dinner
- $15 for $30 worth of steak, seafood, and drinks for brunch
- $15 for $30 worth of steak, seafood, and drinks for lunch
Filet mignon aged for 35 days ($35) headlines a dinner menu bursting with turf-bound proteins and sea treats such as wild ahi tuna tataki with sautéed baby bok choy and ponzu sauce ($28). The Sunday buffet brunch's unlimited champagne washes down an array of selections from the seafood, omlete, pasta, fajita, carving, and dessert stations ($12.95/child, $29.95/adult). Lunch focuses on midday energy boosters such as the grilled-vegetable sandwich with eggplant, mushrooms, and brie ($10) and lobster bisque ($12). Last but not least, a plethora of options is available for vegetarians, with appetizers such as vegetable and goat cheese terrine ($11), and entrees such as vegetarian linguine ($17).
Manhattan Steak & Seafood
Cuts of filet mignon aged up to 35 days steam under coats of béarnaise sauce, and kurobuta pork chops glisten with drizzled necklaces of cherry butter. Skuna Bay-Vancouver Island craft-raised salmon mingles with a citrus-saffron marmalade and seared diver scallops flaunt a garlic-dijon beurre blanc. At Manhattan Steak & Seafood, chefs see the culinary world as a grand soiree, mixing and mingling plates accessorized with stunning sauces and accents—each capturing its own admirers. Their fish have flown in from around the world and their steaks have been aged more than a month, but even these can’t overshadow the fraternity of wild game: bison, elk, boar, and ostrich.
The aromas of pepper and garlic fill the restaurant's five themed rooms. The "Red Room" derives its name from richly upholstered crimson booths, which stand in contrast to stark white walls. The wine cellar is illuminated by sconces set into castle-like stone walls. Jazz musicians descend on the lounge area Wednesdays–Saturdays, prompting foot-traffic on the hardwood dance floor. Live music also adds a distingué touch to the Sunday champagne buffet brunch, which features tables of colorful pastries, carving stations brimming with meat, and unlimited champagne.
89% of 905 customers recommend
“Great Happy Hour! Melissa the bartender was awesome ....made the best Manhattan drink and recommended great dishes.”
“Great food and music”
“Love this restaurant! Everything is delicious.”