What You'll Get
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.
$59 for a Steak House Dinner for Two (Up to $133 Value)
- One appetizer (up to an $18 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $44 value each)
- Two side dishes (a $10 value each)
- Two coffees or two teas (a $3.50 value each)<p>
Tuna tartar in a dijonnaise and horseradish sauce, fried calamari with spicy marinara sauce, or buffalo mozzarella and tomato salad with mixed greens primes appetites and hones palates for thorough enjoyment of entrees. Main courses, each of which emerge with the chef’s selection of side dish, top white tablecloths with freshly grilled salmon, a seared porterhouse steak big enough for two, new york prime sirloin, or Chilean sea bass sporting a tamarind-balsamic glaze. Click here to view the prix fixe menu.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 28, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Dine-in only. Valid only for prix fixe menu. Valid only for dinner. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Tax and gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Statler Grill
During New York's golden age, when big-band music filled the streets and Tommy Dorsey and Count Basie reigned supreme in regal zoot suits, Ellsworth Statler held court at the Hotel Pennsylvania. Known as much for its delicious food as it was for its swanky shows, the hotel became the standard of swingin' cool by which all others were measured. Today, the same spirit that propelled Ellsworth Statler to greatness inhabits his namesake: the Statler Grill. Using classic midcentury charm and more than four decades of experience in the restaurant business, the owners of Statler Grill reanimate the New York of decades past, time-warping diners as they sit at tables cloaked in white linens amid muted lighting. Artwork festoons the walls, adding warm hues and a jubilant air while frosted glass and earth-toned walls segment the dining room for more romantic dining and more covert fantasy baseball meetings. An adjoining bar serves up a similar sophistication, with a menu of light fare appropriate for an after-work snack, or after a game, being located across the street from Madison Square Garden.
For dinner, the kitchen lines classic new york prime sirloins and porterhouses with the marks of the char grill. Seafood arrives fresh daily to offer the best flavors of the deep blue, including Prince Edward Island mussels, Long Island clams, and fried calamari. The chefs' traditional and inventive American fare complements every meal of the day, from eggs benedict for brunch to filet mignon for supper and Maryland crab cakes for late night sleep eating. All of this fancy fare doesn't get in the way of friendly service, though; the restaurant's friendly waitstaff and knowledgable bartenders earned glowing praise from the foodies at Midtown Lunch.