William Street

★★★☆☆
  • 52 William St

    New York, NY 10005

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  • 212-859-2200

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It closed over the weekend. Our Holiday office party was supposed to be there...they sent a confirmation email on Thursday....and today when contacted...they were gone!

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★☆☆☆☆

It closed over the weekend. Our Holiday office party was supposed to be there...they sent a confirmation email on Thursday....and today when contacted...they were gone!

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Had dinner there and truly enjoyed every minute of it! The menu is sophisticated and the food is prepared with the finest ingredients. The wine list is exquisite and allows you to easily choose the perfect wine to compliment your meal! The service is friendly yet polished! Def. the best restaurant in the area! Can't wait to go back!

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★★★★★

Had dinner there and truly enjoyed every minute of it! The menu is sophisticated and the food is prepared with the finest ingredients. The wine list is exquisite and allows you to easily choose the perfect wine to compliment your meal! The service is friendly yet polished! Def. the best restaurant in the area! Can't wait to go back!

Pros: Two tumbs up!

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Convenience is the best thing going for this restaurant. There are not many in the Wall St. area, although I am hoping that Cipriani's will open for lunch. The food is overpriced relative to the quality, but the service and ambience are nice for business meetings. I am sure they would improve with a bit more competition.

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★★★☆☆

Convenience is the best thing going for this restaurant. There are not many in the Wall St. area, although I am hoping that Cipriani's will open for lunch. The food is overpriced relative to the quality, but the service and ambience are nice for business meetings. I am sure they would improve with a bit more competition.

Pros: Location

Cons: Food vs. Price

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The food is nothing to write home about - i had the alaskan salmon
price at $26 and it was bland and didn't taste very fresh. I also had a salad
priced at $12 that was ok.

Overall it's like a glorified cafeteria overly priced and nothing nocks your
socks off. For the price you pay you would think it would be a little better or at least would stand out but instead it's bland tasteless food - even the veggies had no taste.

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★★☆☆☆

The food is nothing to write home about - i had the alaskan salmon
price at $26 and it was bland and didn't taste very fresh. I also had a salad
priced at $12 that was ok.

Overall it's like a glorified cafeteria overly priced and nothing nocks your
socks off. For the price you pay you would think it would be a little better or at least would stand out but instead it's bland tasteless food - even the veggies had no taste.

Pros: Great Location, Good Looking Place, Nice Bar

Cons: Food, Taste, Quality

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Stayed in the adjoining Club Quarters Hotel and enjoyed a Friday evening dinner at Bull Run on a cold, rainy night. The wine list was nicely varied and we selected glasses of zinfandel and cabernet, which pleased both of us. The salads were among the best we've ever had, both the mixed baby greens and the warm duck confit. Our entrees were a strip steak, medium rare and cooked to perfection. The meat was perfectly flavored, the outside charred to just the right degree, the inside warm and pink to red. The sauteed sea bass, in a Thai curry with shrimp and dumplings over a mushroom puree was exquisite. We were both very pleased with our meal and have recommended the Bull Run to our friends and family.

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★★★★☆

Stayed in the adjoining Club Quarters Hotel and enjoyed a Friday evening dinner at Bull Run on a cold, rainy night. The wine list was nicely varied and we selected glasses of zinfandel and cabernet, which pleased both of us. The salads were among the best we've ever had, both the mixed baby greens and the warm duck confit. Our entrees were a strip steak, medium rare and cooked to perfection. The meat was perfectly flavored, the outside charred to just the right degree, the inside warm and pink to red. The sauteed sea bass, in a Thai curry with shrimp and dumplings over a mushroom puree was exquisite. We were both very pleased with our meal and have recommended the Bull Run to our friends and family.

Pros: Not crowded, Top quality meat, Great salads

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If you don't mind a sparse crowd, the perfect spot for a quality dinner. No waiting, great food, solid service and a lot more quiet than lunch time. Highly recommended!

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★★★★★

If you don't mind a sparse crowd, the perfect spot for a quality dinner. No waiting, great food, solid service and a lot more quiet than lunch time. Highly recommended!

Pros: Private, Food, Service

Cons: , Location

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Don't know about the rest of the food, but the burgers are one of New York's hidden treats.

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★★★★☆

Don't know about the rest of the food, but the burgers are one of New York's hidden treats.

 

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