Dylan Prime Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 62 Laight St

    New York, NY 10013

    Cross street: Greenwich Street

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  • 212-334-4783

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Great drinks served here

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Great drinks served here

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NOOOO WHAT HAPPENED?!?! CHANGE OF OWNER THAT

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NOOOO WHAT HAPPENED?!?! CHANGE OF OWNER THAT

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I had the best steak ever at Dylan's Prime. It was seasoned & cooked perfectly. Nice atmosphere and the service was decent. I will definitely go back.

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★★★★☆

I had the best steak ever at Dylan's Prime. It was seasoned & cooked perfectly. Nice atmosphere and the service was decent. I will definitely go back.

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I was at Dylan Prime attending a birthday party with over a dozen other guests. The food and drinks were all amazing - every single person at our table loved the appetizers and entres, as well as deserts. Steaks were done to perfection and all appetizers were delicious. The prices are pretty good for the quality of food served there. Service staff was attentive and extremely helpful. - Essentially, everything was great until we looked at the check at the end of the party and noticed a large number of items on it that were not ordered by anyone at our table. After mentioning this to our host, these extra items were removed. Overall, great place but somewhat disappointed with the ending where we had to go through the check in detail and fix our host's mistakes. Errors like these have no place in a restaurant of such caliber.

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★★★☆☆

I was at Dylan Prime attending a birthday party with over a dozen other guests. The food and drinks were all amazing - every single person at our table loved the appetizers and entres, as well as deserts. Steaks were done to perfection and all appetizers were delicious. The prices are pretty good for the quality of food served there. Service staff was attentive and extremely helpful. - Essentially, everything was great until we looked at the check at the end of the party and noticed a large number of items on it that were not ordered by anyone at our table. After mentioning this to our host, these extra items were removed. Overall, great place but somewhat disappointed with the ending where we had to go through the check in detail and fix our host's mistakes. Errors like these have no place in a restaurant of such caliber.

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Had my birthday dinner here...4 people, service was great and it was a full house. All 4 of us loved our meal. Two of us had the filet mignon with different sauces...we both loved them. Another had a fish and the other had a different steak(can't remember which kind) Seriously, we raved the whole time. Drinks were delish as well. The sides were shared and each better than the next. Try the fried artichokes and also the potato and corn appetizer, soooo good. I highly recommend Dylan Prime, great food, great atmosphere....don't hesitate!

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★★★★★

Had my birthday dinner here...4 people, service was great and it was a full house. All 4 of us loved our meal. Two of us had the filet mignon with different sauces...we both loved them. Another had a fish and the other had a different steak(can't remember which kind) Seriously, we raved the whole time. Drinks were delish as well. The sides were shared and each better than the next. Try the fried artichokes and also the potato and corn appetizer, soooo good. I highly recommend Dylan Prime, great food, great atmosphere....don't hesitate!

Pros: Everything was delicious

Cons: Couldn't find any

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the food, esp beef wellington, was quite good (a bit too saucy if I'm being honest, but still good). Also the filet mignon stuffed with oysters, my husband loved it. Service was prompt and friendly. Unusual music playing and atmosphere different from most steakhouses (playing anything from ACDC to that song ""groove is in the heart"", strange, but the volume was just right). I'd probably recommend it if someone was looking for a place to go in tribeca.

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★★★☆☆

the food, esp beef wellington, was quite good (a bit too saucy if I'm being honest, but still good). Also the filet mignon stuffed with oysters, my husband loved it. Service was prompt and friendly. Unusual music playing and atmosphere different from most steakhouses (playing anything from ACDC to that song ""groove is in the heart"", strange, but the volume was just right). I'd probably recommend it if someone was looking for a place to go in tribeca.

Pros: food!

Cons: tables a little too close to one another, if you're a 2 top

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My husband took me here the night he proposed to me. The restaurant didn't know this, but we were still strategically seated in a romantic little corner. The service was perfect, the wine was fabulous, and the food amazing. Definitely a great date spot: quiet, attentive but not-invasive waitstaff, and of course, great steak.

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★★★★★

My husband took me here the night he proposed to me. The restaurant didn't know this, but we were still strategically seated in a romantic little corner. The service was perfect, the wine was fabulous, and the food amazing. Definitely a great date spot: quiet, attentive but not-invasive waitstaff, and of course, great steak.

Pros: food, ambiance

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We were seated in a booth too small for adults but that was not the problem. The booth next to us had rowdy drunk males so I asked to be moved. Then minutes later a table of 10 men in their 40's and 50's (extremely loud jerks) were seated who proceeded to throw things at each other, this coupled with loud music made it difficult to hear the specials that the linguisticly handicapped waiter tried to describe to us. Other groups of people just stared at the loud group and the manager did nothing. The B & T crowd apparently loves this place. The food was ok in general however if you order the Ceasar salad as an appetizer, you will get 1 romaine leaf cut into 4 pieces with a shaving of parmesan cheese. The joke is on the patrons of this restaurant. My husband, son (28 yrs old)\r\nand I left with a headache and will never go back. Try the Tri-Becca Grill which has classier patrons and great food.

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★☆☆☆☆

We were seated in a booth too small for adults but that was not the problem. The booth next to us had rowdy drunk males so I asked to be moved. Then minutes later a table of 10 men in their 40's and 50's (extremely loud jerks) were seated who proceeded to throw things at each other, this coupled with loud music made it difficult to hear the specials that the linguisticly handicapped waiter tried to describe to us. Other groups of people just stared at the loud group and the manager did nothing. The B & T crowd apparently loves this place. The food was ok in general however if you order the Ceasar salad as an appetizer, you will get 1 romaine leaf cut into 4 pieces with a shaving of parmesan cheese. The joke is on the patrons of this restaurant. My husband, son (28 yrs old)\r\nand I left with a headache and will never go back. Try the Tri-Becca Grill which has classier patrons and great food.

Pros: Beef Wellington was excellent

Cons: Loud music, loud rowdy diners

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My girlfriend and I had the best meal we've had in a long time (in NYC) at Dylan Prime. Both the filet and the NY Strip were fantasic and cooked exactly how we like them. All the sides were delicious as well. I also had 2 nice ice cold dirty martini's expertly made.\r\n\r\nThe service was attentive but did not micromanage our time there. They were very friendly and a group of waitstaff even gave us an unsolicted compliment of ""best dressed"" couple of the evening! Whether that's true or not (for me at least, my girl looked stunning), flattery works on us and capped off a great evening.

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★★★★★

My girlfriend and I had the best meal we've had in a long time (in NYC) at Dylan Prime. Both the filet and the NY Strip were fantasic and cooked exactly how we like them. All the sides were delicious as well. I also had 2 nice ice cold dirty martini's expertly made.\r\n\r\nThe service was attentive but did not micromanage our time there. They were very friendly and a group of waitstaff even gave us an unsolicted compliment of ""best dressed"" couple of the evening! Whether that's true or not (for me at least, my girl looked stunning), flattery works on us and capped off a great evening.

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great place to bring a nice lady on a date if its a special occasion birthday, anniversary etc.. a little pricey so i wouldn't go regularly but i wish i could. The lobster mac and cheese was great. The only thing i thought couldve been better was the pork belly tater tots.

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★★★★★

great place to bring a nice lady on a date if its a special occasion birthday, anniversary etc.. a little pricey so i wouldn't go regularly but i wish i could. The lobster mac and cheese was great. The only thing i thought couldve been better was the pork belly tater tots.

Pros: best ny strip ive had in a long time

Cons: none?

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the ambiance of Dylan Prime is very chic. The food is amazing and the service is first rate. They also have an excellent selection of wines. \n\n

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★★★★★

the ambiance of Dylan Prime is very chic. The food is amazing and the service is first rate. They also have an excellent selection of wines. \n\n

Pros: best fondue in the city

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I've been here many times and after reading all the reviews I was skeptical, but they did not disappoint. The bar was packed and the cocktails were great. My Rib Eye was phenomenal and I look forward to going back.\n\nThe wine list seems to have shrunk and my favorite is no longer there, but I hear that's everywhere now.

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★★★★☆

I've been here many times and after reading all the reviews I was skeptical, but they did not disappoint. The bar was packed and the cocktails were great. My Rib Eye was phenomenal and I look forward to going back.\n\nThe wine list seems to have shrunk and my favorite is no longer there, but I hear that's everywhere now.

Pros: Fun atmosphere, great food

Cons: Small wine list, portions too big...no one can eat that much

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I work very close to this restaurant and have wanted to go for some time. Finally made it there and now wish I went elsewhere. \r\n\r\nPros \r\n- Baby Beef Wellingtons\r\n\r\nCons \r\n-All four of our steaks were not cooked correctly. Each had a different cut and they all looked undersized.\r\n-Accessories were nothing special and small in size\r\n-Desert, we went for the porterhouse-don't make the same mistake\r\n-Coffee - capuccino was cold and watery. Coffee was burnt tasting\r\n-Music, I like the music selection HOWEVER not for what should be considered an upscale restaurant. \r\n\r\nThe table next to us had almost the same complaints. Unfortunately for me it's easy to get to but I will not be returning.

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★★☆☆☆

I work very close to this restaurant and have wanted to go for some time. Finally made it there and now wish I went elsewhere. \r\n\r\nPros \r\n- Baby Beef Wellingtons\r\n\r\nCons \r\n-All four of our steaks were not cooked correctly. Each had a different cut and they all looked undersized.\r\n-Accessories were nothing special and small in size\r\n-Desert, we went for the porterhouse-don't make the same mistake\r\n-Coffee - capuccino was cold and watery. Coffee was burnt tasting\r\n-Music, I like the music selection HOWEVER not for what should be considered an upscale restaurant. \r\n\r\nThe table next to us had almost the same complaints. Unfortunately for me it's easy to get to but I will not be returning.

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I have been here several occasions and NEVER been dissapointed. This was my first average meal there? My friend and I shared the mixed baby greens , which was good, but not spectacular. Then we both had the ribs. Both of our meals came out luke warm and a bit over cooked. The rib was not really all that tender. I suppose we were dissapointed as this was Dylan Prime, always touted as a top restauarant in NY, either way, definitely not worth a $140 bill (we had a couple drinks). \r\n\r\nI am sure I'll give it another go, but another round of mediocre food (for these prices) and I'll look for another favorite spot.

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★★★☆☆

I have been here several occasions and NEVER been dissapointed. This was my first average meal there? My friend and I shared the mixed baby greens , which was good, but not spectacular. Then we both had the ribs. Both of our meals came out luke warm and a bit over cooked. The rib was not really all that tender. I suppose we were dissapointed as this was Dylan Prime, always touted as a top restauarant in NY, either way, definitely not worth a $140 bill (we had a couple drinks). \r\n\r\nI am sure I'll give it another go, but another round of mediocre food (for these prices) and I'll look for another favorite spot.

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I've been eating at NYC restaurants for the past ten years, and I've seen some good ones and some really bad ones, but this one is great. I started in the bar with my wife for a couple cocktails. I had probably the best manhattan in my life. My wife asked for an apple martini, and the bartender suggested their own version which she liked alot. We loved our server in the diningroom, Karen?, she made our anniversary really special. The food was really impressive--cheese fondue, then we shared a monster porterhouse for two that was the best steak I ever ate. The sommeliere was really helpful and new everything about the winelist. He helped us find a great malbec that was a hidden gem and inexpensive. A truly refreshing experience where we felt appreciated for coming to a restaurant, Finally!

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★★★★★

I've been eating at NYC restaurants for the past ten years, and I've seen some good ones and some really bad ones, but this one is great. I started in the bar with my wife for a couple cocktails. I had probably the best manhattan in my life. My wife asked for an apple martini, and the bartender suggested their own version which she liked alot. We loved our server in the diningroom, Karen?, she made our anniversary really special. The food was really impressive--cheese fondue, then we shared a monster porterhouse for two that was the best steak I ever ate. The sommeliere was really helpful and new everything about the winelist. He helped us find a great malbec that was a hidden gem and inexpensive. A truly refreshing experience where we felt appreciated for coming to a restaurant, Finally!

Pros: Food, Service

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It made me sad to look through the reviews and realize that the last few that Dylan received unanimously agree that it is bad. I used to love that place--and so did many other people. I remember when it was practically impossible to reserve a table there, when the steaks were delicious, when their appetizers almost made you cry (warm lobster salad, where art thou), when it was noisy, and boisterous and fun! Went there last week and found the entire experience BAD. First, their current appetizer menu gives you so few choices, and really one worse than the other. Second, the place was practically empty at around 8 pm -- never a good sign. Now, here comes the kicker. We ordered porterhouse steak for two, medium rare, and it arrive on a COLD PLACE. I mean not even room temperature. Do you remember that nice buttery sizzle of porterhouse? Well, not this one. So, by the time we ate the first two pieces, the rest of the steak was cold, covered in solidified fat, and completely inedible. Then came the deserts, which looked like somebody had dropped them and then reassembled them in a hurry. Messy, undistinguished, nothing to write home about. Our top three choices of wines were not available. The waiter had NO IDEA about any of the wines on the menu, unless you count understanding the difference between red and white. A sommelier was not available. I could go on and on, but I will stop here. I refuse to give it one star only because my husband and i had one of our most memorable dates there five years ago. Shame....

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★★☆☆☆

It made me sad to look through the reviews and realize that the last few that Dylan received unanimously agree that it is bad. I used to love that place--and so did many other people. I remember when it was practically impossible to reserve a table there, when the steaks were delicious, when their appetizers almost made you cry (warm lobster salad, where art thou), when it was noisy, and boisterous and fun! Went there last week and found the entire experience BAD. First, their current appetizer menu gives you so few choices, and really one worse than the other. Second, the place was practically empty at around 8 pm -- never a good sign. Now, here comes the kicker. We ordered porterhouse steak for two, medium rare, and it arrive on a COLD PLACE. I mean not even room temperature. Do you remember that nice buttery sizzle of porterhouse? Well, not this one. So, by the time we ate the first two pieces, the rest of the steak was cold, covered in solidified fat, and completely inedible. Then came the deserts, which looked like somebody had dropped them and then reassembled them in a hurry. Messy, undistinguished, nothing to write home about. Our top three choices of wines were not available. The waiter had NO IDEA about any of the wines on the menu, unless you count understanding the difference between red and white. A sommelier was not available. I could go on and on, but I will stop here. I refuse to give it one star only because my husband and i had one of our most memorable dates there five years ago. Shame....

Pros: hmmm, good memories?

Cons: bad steak

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I used to eat here alot, but maybe never again. Last week, I ordered a filet mignon medium rare and I had to send it back because it was so rare, it was almost breathing! When it came back to me (after a huge wait), the mouthfeel was rubbery. They say they use prime grade beef, but I'm thinking they're pulling the wool over our eyes by using choice...or worse yet, select. The sides were good, but it makes no difference when the anchor of the meal drags along the bottom. My family and I were sitting in a booth and they were changing a tablecloth on a large round table next to us. It was the kind of cheap folding table used for outdoor catered parties! You'd think a nice place like this would have a nice permanent table for large parties. It's the kind of smoke and mirrors thing that makes me wonder what's going on in the kitchen (Prime? Choice?). There also seems to be a Jersey biker element that hangs out here, which, quite frankly, doesn't aid in my digestion and makes me a little nervous for my family's safety. I work hard at Goldman and I really don't need to deal with poor service, rubbery steaks and sketchy characters using profanity near my family. I'm going to Wolfgang's. I've never had a bad experience there.

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★☆☆☆☆

I used to eat here alot, but maybe never again. Last week, I ordered a filet mignon medium rare and I had to send it back because it was so rare, it was almost breathing! When it came back to me (after a huge wait), the mouthfeel was rubbery. They say they use prime grade beef, but I'm thinking they're pulling the wool over our eyes by using choice...or worse yet, select. The sides were good, but it makes no difference when the anchor of the meal drags along the bottom. My family and I were sitting in a booth and they were changing a tablecloth on a large round table next to us. It was the kind of cheap folding table used for outdoor catered parties! You'd think a nice place like this would have a nice permanent table for large parties. It's the kind of smoke and mirrors thing that makes me wonder what's going on in the kitchen (Prime? Choice?). There also seems to be a Jersey biker element that hangs out here, which, quite frankly, doesn't aid in my digestion and makes me a little nervous for my family's safety. I work hard at Goldman and I really don't need to deal with poor service, rubbery steaks and sketchy characters using profanity near my family. I'm going to Wolfgang's. I've never had a bad experience there.

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After paying our $250 bill for 2 people for a mediocre meal, we decided to order 2 shots of Patron. We handed the waiter a $50 bill to pay for the shots upon which we received $15 back. When questioning the manager/owner as to how this could be, he replied that they were in fact $17 each, plus tax. He actually had the nerve to tell us he had to pay a delivery charge. $35.00 for two little shots is completely unacceptable, and his response was even more infuriating. Add that to the slow service and it is a recipe for disaster. I will not be returning there ever again.

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★☆☆☆☆

After paying our $250 bill for 2 people for a mediocre meal, we decided to order 2 shots of Patron. We handed the waiter a $50 bill to pay for the shots upon which we received $15 back. When questioning the manager/owner as to how this could be, he replied that they were in fact $17 each, plus tax. He actually had the nerve to tell us he had to pay a delivery charge. $35.00 for two little shots is completely unacceptable, and his response was even more infuriating. Add that to the slow service and it is a recipe for disaster. I will not be returning there ever again.

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Wife and I went to Dylan's on or about Valentives Day. Place was not crowded but the hostess sat us at the middle table between two other couples when the restaurant was barely 10% full. (You know how close that can be in Manhattan). We were laughing with the other couples about how cramped we were. I guess we didn't rate on the cool meter and were seated in the uncool section or at least that was the vibe we got. Steaks were disappointing, my wife's filet was served in 2 pieces! Looked very strange. Took very long time to get drinks and dare we say a refill on them. We will not be returning anytime soon. Spend your hard earned money elsewhere.

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★☆☆☆☆

Wife and I went to Dylan's on or about Valentives Day. Place was not crowded but the hostess sat us at the middle table between two other couples when the restaurant was barely 10% full. (You know how close that can be in Manhattan). We were laughing with the other couples about how cramped we were. I guess we didn't rate on the cool meter and were seated in the uncool section or at least that was the vibe we got. Steaks were disappointing, my wife's filet was served in 2 pieces! Looked very strange. Took very long time to get drinks and dare we say a refill on them. We will not be returning anytime soon. Spend your hard earned money elsewhere.

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The food here was really amazing. My husband and I spent a lot of time deciding on where we were going to spend our first anniversary dinner in the city and finally decides on Dylan Prime. I had the filet and he had the NY strip, and we were both more than satisfied with the food. The cream of spinach was the best I've ever had. If you like the fancy martinis, ask to see the dessert menu because that is where they are hidden. I wish I would have known this before dinner. Our waiter wasn't the best and he started off the evening by saying ""ummmmm, there are no specials and we dont have this... this and this..., followed by a long pause. I think he was waiting to see if we still wanted to eat there, and I'm glad that we did. The ambiance was great.. dark, and lit with candles, and perfect for our anniversary. I would defintely go there again!

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★★★★★

The food here was really amazing. My husband and I spent a lot of time deciding on where we were going to spend our first anniversary dinner in the city and finally decides on Dylan Prime. I had the filet and he had the NY strip, and we were both more than satisfied with the food. The cream of spinach was the best I've ever had. If you like the fancy martinis, ask to see the dessert menu because that is where they are hidden. I wish I would have known this before dinner. Our waiter wasn't the best and he started off the evening by saying ""ummmmm, there are no specials and we dont have this... this and this..., followed by a long pause. I think he was waiting to see if we still wanted to eat there, and I'm glad that we did. The ambiance was great.. dark, and lit with candles, and perfect for our anniversary. I would defintely go there again!

Pros: Steaks, Sides, Atmosphere

Cons: service

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Dylan's is one of those restaurants that is always consistant. It's always good. Even if it's crowded, the service is still good. Sure it might be slower, but then againt he food is cooked to order so normal.\r\nWe no longer live in NYC but make it a point to always dine at Dylan's during our trips to NYC and the husband recommends it to all his clients visiting NYC.\r\nThis is truely a great steak restaurant. Been to BLT and this is better. I don't even want to try others, this one is the crown jewel of steak houses

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★★★★★

Dylan's is one of those restaurants that is always consistant. It's always good. Even if it's crowded, the service is still good. Sure it might be slower, but then againt he food is cooked to order so normal.\r\nWe no longer live in NYC but make it a point to always dine at Dylan's during our trips to NYC and the husband recommends it to all his clients visiting NYC.\r\nThis is truely a great steak restaurant. Been to BLT and this is better. I don't even want to try others, this one is the crown jewel of steak houses

Pros: everything

Cons: none as far as food, a bit of a hike from uptown to downtown but worth it

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So, I had been thinking about visiting this place for months. I read reviews. I've heard mixed reviews. I must say that I loved it! We started out with cocktails in their beautiful lounge and then had dinner in the dining room. We were seated and promptly approached. Our waitress was friendly and attentive throughout the meal. We found out that she had worked there for a few years, so assumed that she would be able to give some good suggestions. And our instincts were correct! Most of our group had steaks (the ""Cowboy"" ribeye was AMAZING) and one in our group was convinced to try the bacon chop (something we never would have thought about, but we all tried...and loved it!) The lobster mac and cheese was to die for! Our experience was incredible and will be back again!

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★★★★☆

So, I had been thinking about visiting this place for months. I read reviews. I've heard mixed reviews. I must say that I loved it! We started out with cocktails in their beautiful lounge and then had dinner in the dining room. We were seated and promptly approached. Our waitress was friendly and attentive throughout the meal. We found out that she had worked there for a few years, so assumed that she would be able to give some good suggestions. And our instincts were correct! Most of our group had steaks (the ""Cowboy"" ribeye was AMAZING) and one in our group was convinced to try the bacon chop (something we never would have thought about, but we all tried...and loved it!) The lobster mac and cheese was to die for! Our experience was incredible and will be back again!

Pros: Service, food

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Do not go here if you have a large group. We had 10 people in our party. For our 1st drink we waited an hour and got to order after hour and thirty mins. The food left something to be desired. Overpriced and all of the steaks were overcooked. we finally were able to get the check after 3 hours and 30 mins. We refused to get desert because of the wait time. The final bill was over $1600. Everyone left with feeling ripped off.\r\n\r\nOh and the crowd is SO Not Hip!!! \r\n\r\nIf you want steak DO NOT GO HERE. Stay to Brooklyn or 14th street.

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★☆☆☆☆

Do not go here if you have a large group. We had 10 people in our party. For our 1st drink we waited an hour and got to order after hour and thirty mins. The food left something to be desired. Overpriced and all of the steaks were overcooked. we finally were able to get the check after 3 hours and 30 mins. We refused to get desert because of the wait time. The final bill was over $1600. Everyone left with feeling ripped off.\r\n\r\nOh and the crowd is SO Not Hip!!! \r\n\r\nIf you want steak DO NOT GO HERE. Stay to Brooklyn or 14th street.

Pros: Walking out of the door

Cons: That they exist

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Went here for New Year's Eve 2007. The decor was ok, the restaurant is difficult to get to, the service was decent..nothing exceptional, nothing bad.\r\n\r\nThe steak itself, was horrible. I had to actually ASK the waiter if the meat was a choice cut or prime cut, that's how bad the steak was. Much better steakhouses elsewhere that's not difficult to get to.

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★☆☆☆☆

Went here for New Year's Eve 2007. The decor was ok, the restaurant is difficult to get to, the service was decent..nothing exceptional, nothing bad.\r\n\r\nThe steak itself, was horrible. I had to actually ASK the waiter if the meat was a choice cut or prime cut, that's how bad the steak was. Much better steakhouses elsewhere that's not difficult to get to.

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Tried Dylan Prime for the first time last week. Had to wait 10 mins for our reservation but enjoyed drinks (great selection of cocktails and wine) in the lounge, which was casual and welcoming. LOVED the filet I ordered for dinner. The steak was comparable to Luger's or Sparks, believe it or not. Server was attentive throughout the meal. I'll definitely be back.

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★★★★☆

Tried Dylan Prime for the first time last week. Had to wait 10 mins for our reservation but enjoyed drinks (great selection of cocktails and wine) in the lounge, which was casual and welcoming. LOVED the filet I ordered for dinner. The steak was comparable to Luger's or Sparks, believe it or not. Server was attentive throughout the meal. I'll definitely be back.

Pros: service, food, martini and wine menus

Cons: n/a

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In New York, 300 dollars can buy you a wonderful meal, so it would be a waste to spend it here. I took my boyfriend here for his birthday, and it was a huge disappointment. Though I noted in the reservation that it was his birthday and reminded both the host and our waitress (who, to be fair, was very nice), we were seated at a table with a broken flap that kept hitting his knees and they couldn't remember the candle in our cake. The famed fondue was lumpy, the steak was overcooked, and the beet salad was overdressed. It was edible, but hardly impressive.

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★★☆☆☆

In New York, 300 dollars can buy you a wonderful meal, so it would be a waste to spend it here. I took my boyfriend here for his birthday, and it was a huge disappointment. Though I noted in the reservation that it was his birthday and reminded both the host and our waitress (who, to be fair, was very nice), we were seated at a table with a broken flap that kept hitting his knees and they couldn't remember the candle in our cake. The famed fondue was lumpy, the steak was overcooked, and the beet salad was overdressed. It was edible, but hardly impressive.

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I've gone to dylan prime more than once a month for a few years. Tonight I had the worst porterhouse I've ever had there. (still pretty good). When the bill came It was significantly more than it had been in the past (over $100 for a porterhourse for two instead of about $65). The waiter said they've changed the steak they bought and thus it cost more. I like this place, but they've switched to worse tasting steak that costs close to twice as much as it cost before. They better change this, because wolfgangs down the street has a better porterhouse for 25% less. (That being said, I still hope they change it, because there are times when I feel like going to dylan prime instead of wolgangs.)

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★★★☆☆

I've gone to dylan prime more than once a month for a few years. Tonight I had the worst porterhouse I've ever had there. (still pretty good). When the bill came It was significantly more than it had been in the past (over $100 for a porterhourse for two instead of about $65). The waiter said they've changed the steak they bought and thus it cost more. I like this place, but they've switched to worse tasting steak that costs close to twice as much as it cost before. They better change this, because wolfgangs down the street has a better porterhouse for 25% less. (That being said, I still hope they change it, because there are times when I feel like going to dylan prime instead of wolgangs.)

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I recently held a private birthday party at Dylan Prime Lounge. First they sat 24 ppl in a cramped space split by entry to the restroom. i kindly asked hostess to move us, he says fine so good times so far. Next the owner along w/ 2 co-owners were sitting in section we moved to. It was completely fine considering our party had not yet arrived but after thirty minutes with a 1/2 empty lounge the three men refused to move! We gave them more than an hour to finish their drinks and once all my guests arrived we stood up for the first hour since one of our tables were occupied by strangers! I decided to introduce myself in order to make the situation civil but the intro was less than warm-try subzero. Long story short - he sat there for a half hour more giving my guests the stare down all night. DO NOT HAVE A PARTY HERE. The owners were rude and not professional. I could say worse but I'll leave it at that. Sadly no one ever called to rectify the situation after my boss had a heart to heart with the Manager on Duty . No apology- NOTHING - I was told by the event Mgr next day 'You consumed the drinks and food so deal with it. There's nothing we can do."" THIS WAS WORST EXPERIENCE IN A RESTAURANT IN THE TEN YEARS I'VE LIVED IN NYC.

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★☆☆☆☆

I recently held a private birthday party at Dylan Prime Lounge. First they sat 24 ppl in a cramped space split by entry to the restroom. i kindly asked hostess to move us, he says fine so good times so far. Next the owner along w/ 2 co-owners were sitting in section we moved to. It was completely fine considering our party had not yet arrived but after thirty minutes with a 1/2 empty lounge the three men refused to move! We gave them more than an hour to finish their drinks and once all my guests arrived we stood up for the first hour since one of our tables were occupied by strangers! I decided to introduce myself in order to make the situation civil but the intro was less than warm-try subzero. Long story short - he sat there for a half hour more giving my guests the stare down all night. DO NOT HAVE A PARTY HERE. The owners were rude and not professional. I could say worse but I'll leave it at that. Sadly no one ever called to rectify the situation after my boss had a heart to heart with the Manager on Duty . No apology- NOTHING - I was told by the event Mgr next day 'You consumed the drinks and food so deal with it. There's nothing we can do."" THIS WAS WORST EXPERIENCE IN A RESTAURANT IN THE TEN YEARS I'VE LIVED IN NYC.

Cons: Owners and Management were not professional

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I've got to say it was pretty good. the reviews didn't really sell me, but the atmosphere is great, the food good, not spectacular. Service is spot-on and the cocktails are killer. Get the Manhattan if you like bourbon. the pork belly tatertots are good but taste like the fried stuff you get at rodizio. Scallops as an appetizer was fantastic, they must have been 3 inches across. Filet mignon was good, but a little sinewy. The creamed spinach was dry and not creamy at all, but the baby baked potatoes were excellent, in a cheesy, creamy sauce-a must have! dessert was a let down, but by that time you need angioplasty anyway. The bar area is good to hang out, A great alternative to steak houses, but I would take Sparks or Old Homestead anyday..

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★★★★☆

I've got to say it was pretty good. the reviews didn't really sell me, but the atmosphere is great, the food good, not spectacular. Service is spot-on and the cocktails are killer. Get the Manhattan if you like bourbon. the pork belly tatertots are good but taste like the fried stuff you get at rodizio. Scallops as an appetizer was fantastic, they must have been 3 inches across. Filet mignon was good, but a little sinewy. The creamed spinach was dry and not creamy at all, but the baby baked potatoes were excellent, in a cheesy, creamy sauce-a must have! dessert was a let down, but by that time you need angioplasty anyway. The bar area is good to hang out, A great alternative to steak houses, but I would take Sparks or Old Homestead anyday..

Pros: cool atmosphere, great cocktails

Cons: dessert choices are weak

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Was looking for a nice steakhouse to take my girlfriend to, but was looking for someplace that was less stuffy, not ridicuously expensive, and with a cool atmosphere. A friend recommended Dylan Prime to me and I made reservations for a Thursday night w/ no problem. When we arrived for our 8:00 reservation we were seated promptly and the dimly-lit restaurant was about 1/2 full. We started by sharing the so-so lobster gnocci appetizer and munched on the bread until our main course, a 32 oz. porterhouse, arrived w/ sides of lobster mac & cheese (good, but maybe a little too dry), potato/corn cakes (amazing! highly recommend w/ steak!), and the obligatory creamed spinach (mmmmm). The steak was cooked just right and the porterhouse was just the right portion size for the two of us to share when you factor in all of the sides we got. She drank sangria and I red wine, and unfortuantely there was no room for dessert since we were stuffed... but reading them on the menu still made my mouth water. Our waiter was attentive and accomodating, and the quiet background music ranged from the Red Hot Chili Peppers to Michael Jackson to Justin Timberlake... random, but it set the mood for a great evening. There were also some larger groups in the restaurant that seemed to be having a great time and I may looking into a group outing in the future. I've been to many steakhouses in the city, from Blair Perrone's and Mark Joseph's to Smith & Wollensky's and Gallagher's, and although the steaks at Dylan Prime aren't quite to the level of some of these, the altogether experience was wonderful and I can't knock the food. Total bill came to $200 including tip, which was just about what I anticipated. Thanks for a fantastic evening!

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★★★★★

Was looking for a nice steakhouse to take my girlfriend to, but was looking for someplace that was less stuffy, not ridicuously expensive, and with a cool atmosphere. A friend recommended Dylan Prime to me and I made reservations for a Thursday night w/ no problem. When we arrived for our 8:00 reservation we were seated promptly and the dimly-lit restaurant was about 1/2 full. We started by sharing the so-so lobster gnocci appetizer and munched on the bread until our main course, a 32 oz. porterhouse, arrived w/ sides of lobster mac & cheese (good, but maybe a little too dry), potato/corn cakes (amazing! highly recommend w/ steak!), and the obligatory creamed spinach (mmmmm). The steak was cooked just right and the porterhouse was just the right portion size for the two of us to share when you factor in all of the sides we got. She drank sangria and I red wine, and unfortuantely there was no room for dessert since we were stuffed... but reading them on the menu still made my mouth water. Our waiter was attentive and accomodating, and the quiet background music ranged from the Red Hot Chili Peppers to Michael Jackson to Justin Timberlake... random, but it set the mood for a great evening. There were also some larger groups in the restaurant that seemed to be having a great time and I may looking into a group outing in the future. I've been to many steakhouses in the city, from Blair Perrone's and Mark Joseph's to Smith & Wollensky's and Gallagher's, and although the steaks at Dylan Prime aren't quite to the level of some of these, the altogether experience was wonderful and I can't knock the food. Total bill came to $200 including tip, which was just about what I anticipated. Thanks for a fantastic evening!

Pros: Ambience, Prices Compared to Other Steakhouses, Great Steak!

Cons: Aggressive bus-boys... protect your plate if savoring final bites

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I went here for my birthday on a friday night. We had a reservation and were promptly seated. The service was great, the cheese fondue appetizer is a must, the steak was good (not the best, but solid.) The atmosphere was the best thing of all. It was a very chill, sophisticated, nice place to dine. The lounge/bar area next door was also really fun to have a drink in. Two thumbs up!

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★★★★☆

I went here for my birthday on a friday night. We had a reservation and were promptly seated. The service was great, the cheese fondue appetizer is a must, the steak was good (not the best, but solid.) The atmosphere was the best thing of all. It was a very chill, sophisticated, nice place to dine. The lounge/bar area next door was also really fun to have a drink in. Two thumbs up!

Pros: ambience, appetizers, wine

Cons: $

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went here for a bday dinner a few nights ago, this place is kinda hard to get to and once you're in you're amazed at how anyone else found it--we went on a Wed. night and it was pretty packed in the dining room, and the bar had a good crowd. Anyways, the ambience is definitely very nice. Like the editorial review said, the place seats a lot but feels intimate. \r\n\r\nFood-wise, wasn't that impressed. we had the scallops and the fried artichoke. My friend said the scallops were good, the fried artichoke was good but not something I'd crave for again. For entree we got the 11 oz. filet mignon and the halibut. filet mignon wasn't that tasty, seemed bland, and the halibut was def overcooked as it was very dry and i don't even eat fish that much and i know it wasn't good. the sides were def better--we had the baked potato, some corn/potato truffle thing, cream spinach and the lobster mac n cheese. so lesson learn--order 1 entree and lots of sides. \r\n\r\nas for drinks, they had a large cocktail menu. the best drink though was the Big Apple--basically an Apple Martini but its got cinnamon frosting on the glass. it was AMAZING. seriously, this drink was the highlight of my meal. \r\n\r\noverall a nice dining experience with attentive service but ok food. not bad food, but not great either.

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★★★☆☆

went here for a bday dinner a few nights ago, this place is kinda hard to get to and once you're in you're amazed at how anyone else found it--we went on a Wed. night and it was pretty packed in the dining room, and the bar had a good crowd. Anyways, the ambience is definitely very nice. Like the editorial review said, the place seats a lot but feels intimate. \r\n\r\nFood-wise, wasn't that impressed. we had the scallops and the fried artichoke. My friend said the scallops were good, the fried artichoke was good but not something I'd crave for again. For entree we got the 11 oz. filet mignon and the halibut. filet mignon wasn't that tasty, seemed bland, and the halibut was def overcooked as it was very dry and i don't even eat fish that much and i know it wasn't good. the sides were def better--we had the baked potato, some corn/potato truffle thing, cream spinach and the lobster mac n cheese. so lesson learn--order 1 entree and lots of sides. \r\n\r\nas for drinks, they had a large cocktail menu. the best drink though was the Big Apple--basically an Apple Martini but its got cinnamon frosting on the glass. it was AMAZING. seriously, this drink was the highlight of my meal. \r\n\r\noverall a nice dining experience with attentive service but ok food. not bad food, but not great either.

Pros: the Big Apple, service, ambience

Cons: entrees aren't that great

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The appetizer, crab cake is good and also salads are very tasty but the french onion soup was okay. However, the main dish, rib eye melts on your mouth and filet mignon with blue oysters are fantastic! I've dined many major chain steak houses but the quality of the steak here beats the major chain steak houses. The side dishes are big so people can share. Also, we originally ordered $75 wine from Napa Valley but the restaurant was out of that particular wine therefore, the manager gave us another wine that costs $90 for the price of $75. Now, that's a great service! Not only that, the server was very friendly and courteous and had no problem spilitting the bills as well. Once again, good food and good service. I cant' wait to go back to this place again when I visit NY.

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★★★★★

The appetizer, crab cake is good and also salads are very tasty but the french onion soup was okay. However, the main dish, rib eye melts on your mouth and filet mignon with blue oysters are fantastic! I've dined many major chain steak houses but the quality of the steak here beats the major chain steak houses. The side dishes are big so people can share. Also, we originally ordered $75 wine from Napa Valley but the restaurant was out of that particular wine therefore, the manager gave us another wine that costs $90 for the price of $75. Now, that's a great service! Not only that, the server was very friendly and courteous and had no problem spilitting the bills as well. Once again, good food and good service. I cant' wait to go back to this place again when I visit NY.

Pros: food, steak, wine list, service, value of the food, ambience, everthing else

Cons: Nothing

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It does seem a little crazy to go to a steak house just for the appetizers and not have the steak but that is what we did the other night. Honestly, a good steak is a good steak. A great steak is a great steak and there are about a gazillion great steakhouses in Manhattan now. But a load of appetizers, that's a treat. Dylan is a nice room and you don't have to leave there stuffed like a Macy's Balloon.

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★★★★☆

It does seem a little crazy to go to a steak house just for the appetizers and not have the steak but that is what we did the other night. Honestly, a good steak is a good steak. A great steak is a great steak and there are about a gazillion great steakhouses in Manhattan now. But a load of appetizers, that's a treat. Dylan is a nice room and you don't have to leave there stuffed like a Macy's Balloon.

Pros: good menu up and down

Cons: i don't know why citysearch insists that there is a con for every review

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Great experience. Descent Service. Ordered 2 steaks between the two of us; Filet was perfect. But the Strip steak was well done, not medium as requested. Sides were delicious, wine selection pretty good too. Did not wait to be seated with reservation made on opentable. Would definitely go back.

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★★★☆☆

Great experience. Descent Service. Ordered 2 steaks between the two of us; Filet was perfect. But the Strip steak was well done, not medium as requested. Sides were delicious, wine selection pretty good too. Did not wait to be seated with reservation made on opentable. Would definitely go back.

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Went here for a nice romantic dinner. Had a good time, my 7 oz. filet mignon was a bit small, def go for the 11 oz which is only $6 more. It was yummy, and the sides are very good, i would order rare next time, my medium rare was a bit too done for me. The wine was also very good, and the service was also what is to be expected. Overall, a lovely dinner.

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★★★★★

Went here for a nice romantic dinner. Had a good time, my 7 oz. filet mignon was a bit small, def go for the 11 oz which is only $6 more. It was yummy, and the sides are very good, i would order rare next time, my medium rare was a bit too done for me. The wine was also very good, and the service was also what is to be expected. Overall, a lovely dinner.

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I went to Dylan Prime for a friend's birthday and was not pleased overall. The main problem that I had with this restaurant is that the steaks were just not good. The sides were great (I'm not a potato guy - but I have to admit, the potatoes with bacon were fantastic, as was the broccoli rabe and creamed spinach). The appetizers were great (especially the crab cakes and scallops). The steaks however, were horrible - and when you're going to a place where steak is supposedly the raison d'etre... well... there you go. \r\n\r\nEveryone at the table had a different cut of meat and all of us were disappointed. I personally had the T bone, and while I will say that it got better as I got further into the steak towards the bone, the outer portion (roughly half) was dry and flavorless with way too much char for a rare steak (thank goodness for the sauce I ordered on the side, since ordering a new drink or a glass of water to wash down those dry bites of steak would have taken ages). \r\n\r\nThe final clincher for me to never visit this place again was when we paid the check. Since we were a large party (10 people), the gratuity was added to the bill. Since a couple of the people in our party were bartenders and waitstaff, we tipped an extra 100 or so dollars on top of the gratuity. I excused myself to use the restroom, and upon returning to the table, saw the bartender, our waiter, and another waitress (who had nothing to do with our table except for handing us dessert menus) at the bar, fighting like cats and dogs about who was going to get the extra 100-ish dollars we left. If I were an investment banker instead of a bartender and could have coughed up an extra hundred each just to get them to shut up about it, I would have. If you can expense it, then who cares? (Unless the client is really important). But if you are paying out of pocket, there are way better steaks and way better service to be had in New York for the same or slightly lower/higher prices.

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★★☆☆☆

I went to Dylan Prime for a friend's birthday and was not pleased overall. The main problem that I had with this restaurant is that the steaks were just not good. The sides were great (I'm not a potato guy - but I have to admit, the potatoes with bacon were fantastic, as was the broccoli rabe and creamed spinach). The appetizers were great (especially the crab cakes and scallops). The steaks however, were horrible - and when you're going to a place where steak is supposedly the raison d'etre... well... there you go. \r\n\r\nEveryone at the table had a different cut of meat and all of us were disappointed. I personally had the T bone, and while I will say that it got better as I got further into the steak towards the bone, the outer portion (roughly half) was dry and flavorless with way too much char for a rare steak (thank goodness for the sauce I ordered on the side, since ordering a new drink or a glass of water to wash down those dry bites of steak would have taken ages). \r\n\r\nThe final clincher for me to never visit this place again was when we paid the check. Since we were a large party (10 people), the gratuity was added to the bill. Since a couple of the people in our party were bartenders and waitstaff, we tipped an extra 100 or so dollars on top of the gratuity. I excused myself to use the restroom, and upon returning to the table, saw the bartender, our waiter, and another waitress (who had nothing to do with our table except for handing us dessert menus) at the bar, fighting like cats and dogs about who was going to get the extra 100-ish dollars we left. If I were an investment banker instead of a bartender and could have coughed up an extra hundred each just to get them to shut up about it, I would have. If you can expense it, then who cares? (Unless the client is really important). But if you are paying out of pocket, there are way better steaks and way better service to be had in New York for the same or slightly lower/higher prices.

Pros: Nice hostess, great apps and sides

Cons: Abysmal steak, so so waitstaff

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I love this place and I love the unassuming location in Tribeca. This is a different kind of steakhouse, not your traditional and overly masculine steakhouse, and that's part of what makes it special and worth a visit even though I won't argue it to have the best steak in town. We were seated promptly but I wish that we'd had a second longer to linger at the bar because it looked pretty inviting. We started with the cheese fondue accompanied by apples, bacon, and cubed bread. It was bubbly, luscious and a perfect starter to complement Dylan's atmosphere. The Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes were very crabby and too much for one person alone, so splitting this would be the best option. I had the Filet with the Black Pepper Buerre Rouge Sauce. The filet was cooked a perfect medium rare but I found it to be a little boring without the sauce. WITH the sauce, which was full of spice and edible by itself, it was fantastic. Our sides were also great. We ordered the Baby Baked Potatoes and the Lobster and White Truffle Mac n' Cheese. I strongly recommend both. The Mac n' Cheese was so creamy, truffle-y, and wonderful that it inspired me to spend an entire day in the kitchen trying to design my own rendition. The wine list was great as well, I will definitely be back!

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★★★★★

I love this place and I love the unassuming location in Tribeca. This is a different kind of steakhouse, not your traditional and overly masculine steakhouse, and that's part of what makes it special and worth a visit even though I won't argue it to have the best steak in town. We were seated promptly but I wish that we'd had a second longer to linger at the bar because it looked pretty inviting. We started with the cheese fondue accompanied by apples, bacon, and cubed bread. It was bubbly, luscious and a perfect starter to complement Dylan's atmosphere. The Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes were very crabby and too much for one person alone, so splitting this would be the best option. I had the Filet with the Black Pepper Buerre Rouge Sauce. The filet was cooked a perfect medium rare but I found it to be a little boring without the sauce. WITH the sauce, which was full of spice and edible by itself, it was fantastic. Our sides were also great. We ordered the Baby Baked Potatoes and the Lobster and White Truffle Mac n' Cheese. I strongly recommend both. The Mac n' Cheese was so creamy, truffle-y, and wonderful that it inspired me to spend an entire day in the kitchen trying to design my own rendition. The wine list was great as well, I will definitely be back!

Pros: Interesting sauces, mac & cheese, great ambience

Cons: Pricey

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Last week I met my date in the bar/lounge and we ordered a bottle of wine & apps... I was told it was a pretty chill scene. The food was good (except for the lobster gnocchi!) and the setting was even-toned and comfortable. It's nothing like your Midtown steakhouse. I was totally expecting the place to be swarming with bankers, but I was pleasantly srprised. Very civilized - very romantic. Next time we'll eat i the dining room, but I have to say, the bar is quite cool!

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★★★★☆

Last week I met my date in the bar/lounge and we ordered a bottle of wine & apps... I was told it was a pretty chill scene. The food was good (except for the lobster gnocchi!) and the setting was even-toned and comfortable. It's nothing like your Midtown steakhouse. I was totally expecting the place to be swarming with bankers, but I was pleasantly srprised. Very civilized - very romantic. Next time we'll eat i the dining room, but I have to say, the bar is quite cool!

Pros: Steak & Fondue; Wine List

Cons: Lobster Gnocchi

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I recently, went here for a big occaision and was really looking forward to it. I had heard lots of positive things and went in with high expectations. If you are looking for a true steakhouse there are tons of better options in the city. My favorite is the Palm, hands down. Dylan Prime disappointed from the get go. We were seated by the entrance and there was a contant cold draft each time the door was opened. I repeat do not order the 7oz. steak! This steak was the size of mini hamburger! It was a joke of a piece of meat. I sent this piece back and ordered the 11oz for 6 dollars more and it wasn't much bigger. While we waited our sides sat on the table cold. The sides were tiny portions! Mac and cheese tasted good but tiny portion. The creamed spinach was awful, nut pureed and not creamy. The Manager came over and told me that the steak had shrunk because it was ordered medium well! That is hogwash! I have eaten at many steakhouses and had never heard that one. Just admit that the steak size was subpar and that you are sorry! I paid my bill and gave almost 20% as I felt for the waiter! He was not helpful either! I will never go back to this restaurant ever!

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★★★☆☆

I recently, went here for a big occaision and was really looking forward to it. I had heard lots of positive things and went in with high expectations. If you are looking for a true steakhouse there are tons of better options in the city. My favorite is the Palm, hands down. Dylan Prime disappointed from the get go. We were seated by the entrance and there was a contant cold draft each time the door was opened. I repeat do not order the 7oz. steak! This steak was the size of mini hamburger! It was a joke of a piece of meat. I sent this piece back and ordered the 11oz for 6 dollars more and it wasn't much bigger. While we waited our sides sat on the table cold. The sides were tiny portions! Mac and cheese tasted good but tiny portion. The creamed spinach was awful, nut pureed and not creamy. The Manager came over and told me that the steak had shrunk because it was ordered medium well! That is hogwash! I have eaten at many steakhouses and had never heard that one. Just admit that the steak size was subpar and that you are sorry! I paid my bill and gave almost 20% as I felt for the waiter! He was not helpful either! I will never go back to this restaurant ever!

Pros: taste of food was average

Cons: small portions and overpriced! Noisey!

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I a business dinner there. The food was good but I'm not a steak lover. Great for Business meetings and drinks, but other than that , that's it foe me. When you are spending money in these type of places people are general nice and provide good service

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★★★☆☆

I a business dinner there. The food was good but I'm not a steak lover. Great for Business meetings and drinks, but other than that , that's it foe me. When you are spending money in these type of places people are general nice and provide good service

Pros: Business meetings

Cons: depends who you speak to regarding $$$

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I personally believe the decor and atmosphere at Dylan's sister restaurant, Devin Tavern is much better than Dylan. The decor and atmosphere at Dylan is very Plain Jane. The steaks and overall food at Dylan is delectible. The service was less than average?our waiter had the personality of a rock.

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★★★★☆

I personally believe the decor and atmosphere at Dylan's sister restaurant, Devin Tavern is much better than Dylan. The decor and atmosphere at Dylan is very Plain Jane. The steaks and overall food at Dylan is delectible. The service was less than average?our waiter had the personality of a rock.

Pros: the steaks

Cons: the service and decor

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The lighting here is fantastic. Great date place... everyone looks good under the lighting. The night we went, it seemed like all the Smith Barney employees were eating here. Excellent sound system. Strange selection of music. Did they just play Michael Jackson?\r\n\r\nThe person working coat check looked really depressed. We ignored her.\r\n\r\nFondue was fun. Steaks great quality and taste. My husband liked his martini. \r\n\r\nOur waiter was kind of nervous. He did not seem confident about his recommendations when we asked him. Maybe the staff is tired from having to serve too many jaded bankers? Okay, I'll stop being judgemental.\r\n\r\nDespite the few staff glitches, had a great time. Hubby and I walked through Tribeca all the way home to the West Village after this very filling meal.

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★★★★★

The lighting here is fantastic. Great date place... everyone looks good under the lighting. The night we went, it seemed like all the Smith Barney employees were eating here. Excellent sound system. Strange selection of music. Did they just play Michael Jackson?\r\n\r\nThe person working coat check looked really depressed. We ignored her.\r\n\r\nFondue was fun. Steaks great quality and taste. My husband liked his martini. \r\n\r\nOur waiter was kind of nervous. He did not seem confident about his recommendations when we asked him. Maybe the staff is tired from having to serve too many jaded bankers? Okay, I'll stop being judgemental.\r\n\r\nDespite the few staff glitches, had a great time. Hubby and I walked through Tribeca all the way home to the West Village after this very filling meal.

Pros: lighting, decor, steaks, cocktails, sound system, location

Cons: depressed coatcheck girl, nervous waiter, too many bankers

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Recently went with a large group from work. Everything we ordered was terrific. You must try the fondue and macaroni and cheese with lobster and truffle sauce. Delicious! Great service and drinks as well. Bit pricey, but worth it.

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★★★★★

Recently went with a large group from work. Everything we ordered was terrific. You must try the fondue and macaroni and cheese with lobster and truffle sauce. Delicious! Great service and drinks as well. Bit pricey, but worth it.

Pros: Steak, seafood, ALL FOOD

Cons: Can get kind of loud

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what a fantastic Restaurant. Been many times. I find it hard to steer away from the rib eye (try it with the black truffle beurre blanc), but I have tried the surf and turf WOW, also the beef wellington,(also available in mini form on the fantastic bar menu). The service is great, well informed and very enthusiastic, great wine reccomendations. The bartenders are amazing!! try the signature Manhattan, also the dessert cocktails are out of this world. Too many thing to try, bring lots of friends and try a little of each. Calling for a reservation is a dream, and then after a few visits, the very attentive door staff recognised us and were very accomodating, ( our party increased at the last moment) Go there for a great fun date or somewhere to bring your parents, this restaurant has something for everyone including vegetarians. Cant wait to go again and to try their new restaurant Devin Tavern

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★★★★☆

what a fantastic Restaurant. Been many times. I find it hard to steer away from the rib eye (try it with the black truffle beurre blanc), but I have tried the surf and turf WOW, also the beef wellington,(also available in mini form on the fantastic bar menu). The service is great, well informed and very enthusiastic, great wine reccomendations. The bartenders are amazing!! try the signature Manhattan, also the dessert cocktails are out of this world. Too many thing to try, bring lots of friends and try a little of each. Calling for a reservation is a dream, and then after a few visits, the very attentive door staff recognised us and were very accomodating, ( our party increased at the last moment) Go there for a great fun date or somewhere to bring your parents, this restaurant has something for everyone including vegetarians. Cant wait to go again and to try their new restaurant Devin Tavern

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its not the froo froo that makes a place its the service- and this place is awful- manager is horrible and the dining experience suffers for it- if this is the future of steakhouses in NYC- its time to start eating sushi-

spend your well earned money (this place is fairly expensive) in an establishment that values your business- please don't waste your money-
i know that dylan is PAST ITS PRIME

PROS: decent steak
CONS: poor service and management

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★★☆☆☆

its not the froo froo that makes a place its the service- and this place is awful- manager is horrible and the dining experience suffers for it- if this is the future of steakhouses in NYC- its time to start eating sushi-

spend your well earned money (this place is fairly expensive) in an establishment that values your business- please don't waste your money-
i know that dylan is PAST ITS PRIME

PROS: decent steak
CONS: poor service and management

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hey - the steak is ok- but lets get to the point- management doesnt give a hoot about you-\r\nwhen you get up, someone else will shuffle in- so you spent $100 on a meal- big deal- you got it now go-not happy about service or treatment- thats your problem- THEY don't need you- as long as fools are willing to put up with subpar service-there will always be some fool spending money there-THIS fool won't

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★★★☆☆

hey - the steak is ok- but lets get to the point- management doesnt give a hoot about you-\r\nwhen you get up, someone else will shuffle in- so you spent $100 on a meal- big deal- you got it now go-not happy about service or treatment- thats your problem- THEY don't need you- as long as fools are willing to put up with subpar service-there will always be some fool spending money there-THIS fool won't

Pros: decent steak

Cons: terrible service

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The steak here is excellent. I personally like fattier cuts so i chose a fattier steak. It was done to perfection as requested: medium rare. We had some mid-range priced Amarone wine which was DELICIOUS. Even though the steak is out of sight, I think it was surpassed by my love for the wine. Our waiter was attentive, patient and went painstakingly out of his way to make our meal special. The ony thing I was disappointed with was the decor. It thought it would be modern but, it's not. IT's pretty much done like an old boy's club restaurant. The highlight of hte decor is the beautiful clear, ground floor wine cellar they have. Dylan Prime will break the bank but, you actually might not mind.

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★★★★★

The steak here is excellent. I personally like fattier cuts so i chose a fattier steak. It was done to perfection as requested: medium rare. We had some mid-range priced Amarone wine which was DELICIOUS. Even though the steak is out of sight, I think it was surpassed by my love for the wine. Our waiter was attentive, patient and went painstakingly out of his way to make our meal special. The ony thing I was disappointed with was the decor. It thought it would be modern but, it's not. IT's pretty much done like an old boy's club restaurant. The highlight of hte decor is the beautiful clear, ground floor wine cellar they have. Dylan Prime will break the bank but, you actually might not mind.

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I've been hearing good things about Dylans for a while so when we were looking to take my friend out for her birthday we decided to give it a shot. We got there a bit early so we met in the lounge for a drink. The cocktails were fabulous. I love their apple-tinis they aren't sour! And the cosmo is great too. \r\nTotal there were five of us so we decideed to have fun with the menu. We started off with their giant Cosmo for the table and a fondue to share. All of us except one got the filet mignon she got the halibit. We were all really happy with our meals. Probably one of if not the best steaks I've had. We also did a bunch of side dishes to share. Green beans, fries, mac and cheese, and a few other all really good, but the horseradish mashed potatoes stood out. By dessert we were all pretty full, but it being a birthday we got the Chocolate t-bone cake and shared a few dessert cocktails. \r\nThe service was nice, the atmosphere fun, and decor lovely. I now know where to go come september when it's my birthday.

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★★★★★

I've been hearing good things about Dylans for a while so when we were looking to take my friend out for her birthday we decided to give it a shot. We got there a bit early so we met in the lounge for a drink. The cocktails were fabulous. I love their apple-tinis they aren't sour! And the cosmo is great too. \r\nTotal there were five of us so we decideed to have fun with the menu. We started off with their giant Cosmo for the table and a fondue to share. All of us except one got the filet mignon she got the halibit. We were all really happy with our meals. Probably one of if not the best steaks I've had. We also did a bunch of side dishes to share. Green beans, fries, mac and cheese, and a few other all really good, but the horseradish mashed potatoes stood out. By dessert we were all pretty full, but it being a birthday we got the Chocolate t-bone cake and shared a few dessert cocktails. \r\nThe service was nice, the atmosphere fun, and decor lovely. I now know where to go come september when it's my birthday.

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Took my dad here for fathers day. It was hot inside and they didnt kno why their AC was broken. Everything was average, nothing spectacular. The steaks and the seafood were good but definitely did not merit the inflated prices. The ribeye chocolate dessert was cute, but again lacking. Definitely romantic and a nice space.

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★★★★☆

Took my dad here for fathers day. It was hot inside and they didnt kno why their AC was broken. Everything was average, nothing spectacular. The steaks and the seafood were good but definitely did not merit the inflated prices. The ribeye chocolate dessert was cute, but again lacking. Definitely romantic and a nice space.

 

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