Park Avenue Summer

★★★★☆
  • 100 E 63rd St

    New York, NY 10021

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  • 212-644-1900

About Park Avenue Summer

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Mon-Thurs 11:30 am-3 pm, 5:30-10 pm, Fri 11:30 am-3 pm, 5:30-11 pm, Sat 11 am-3 pm, 5:30-11 pm, Sun 11 am-3 pm, 5:30-9 pm

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I live in Manhattan and eat out all the time and consider myself a real foodie. I had wanted to try Park Avenue Seasonal for a while and looked forward to my meal there. We were given a poor table by stairs and a waiter station but decided not to make a fuss. The place was crowded and noisy, but the menu looked great so we decided to focus on and enjoy the food. My companion and I each ordered several items so we could taste a lot. The appetizers I have to admit were wonderful, but each of us had a fish entree that was bland and mediocre (and $33 and $39 on top of it). Honestly, I've had tastier food at weddings. Worse to me, though, was how thoroughly ungracious the service was. Menus were dropped on the table as the waiter ran off. Each time we wanted something (ie to place a drink order; to ask for the wine list) we had to stop someone racing by our table. Requests we made were ignored. We also were rushed through our meal (3 courses and we were in and out in less than an hour) -- they clearly wanted to turn the table over as fast as possible. Wtih so many other outstanding places to eat for the same price or even less, I'm baffled why anyone would go there. I certainly won't again.

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★☆☆☆☆

I live in Manhattan and eat out all the time and consider myself a real foodie. I had wanted to try Park Avenue Seasonal for a while and looked forward to my meal there. We were given a poor table by stairs and a waiter station but decided not to make a fuss. The place was crowded and noisy, but the menu looked great so we decided to focus on and enjoy the food. My companion and I each ordered several items so we could taste a lot. The appetizers I have to admit were wonderful, but each of us had a fish entree that was bland and mediocre (and $33 and $39 on top of it). Honestly, I've had tastier food at weddings. Worse to me, though, was how thoroughly ungracious the service was. Menus were dropped on the table as the waiter ran off. Each time we wanted something (ie to place a drink order; to ask for the wine list) we had to stop someone racing by our table. Requests we made were ignored. We also were rushed through our meal (3 courses and we were in and out in less than an hour) -- they clearly wanted to turn the table over as fast as possible. Wtih so many other outstanding places to eat for the same price or even less, I'm baffled why anyone would go there. I certainly won't again.

Pros: Appetizers

Cons: Bland, overpriced entrees; ungracious service

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I recently visted Park Avenue Winter.I was kinda impressed with the decor. But when it comes to the food, it was under cooked,cold,nothing to brag about. But i must say, the desert was out of this world. I believe your pastry chef Richard has been doing a great job. Thats the only reason, i go back most of the time with my clients and my family.When it comes to the service and the two different occasions, i was very impressed with a Morrocan server. He was very knowledgable and well informed. Him and his collegues Mike made our visit something to talk about, But all good.But again, guys keep up the good work.We'll be back.

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★☆☆☆☆

I recently visted Park Avenue Winter.I was kinda impressed with the decor. But when it comes to the food, it was under cooked,cold,nothing to brag about. But i must say, the desert was out of this world. I believe your pastry chef Richard has been doing a great job. Thats the only reason, i go back most of the time with my clients and my family.When it comes to the service and the two different occasions, i was very impressed with a Morrocan server. He was very knowledgable and well informed. Him and his collegues Mike made our visit something to talk about, But all good.But again, guys keep up the good work.We'll be back.

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On a very recent visit to Park Avenue Cafe with my good friend, we were looking forward to eating good food in a relaxed atmosphere with top customer service. We both had a tough week and decided to 'splash out'.

For starter we ordered the butternut squash soup which was warm and creamy and also the scallops which arrived cold but were supposed to be warm...so we pushed them aside.

For the main meal we ordered the chicken dish but it was quite dry and tough so she munched through her sprouts and snow peas instead. The snow peas had an unexpected tasteless sauce at the bottom of the dish as so they were also pushed to the side but the sprouts were really good. I ordered lobster and had been looking forward to it for a very long time. It had been grilled and was really chewy. Very disappointing for 39$'s. My veg was creamed parsnip&spinach but they did not state that there would be loads of cheese on top so that dish was also pushed to the side.

It had been such a bad week that we did not have the patience to complain. Sometimes it is better to erase bad memories rather than thinking what the best solution is!

As for dessert, we both ordered the sorbet which you get 3 scoops of any flavor. My friend also ordered the Butter Cake and I ordered the Chocolate Cube. Everything was so good except my friends Coconut&Curry sorbet which we had to nickname 'smelly feet'...it was so bad! I had orange, raspberry and grapefruit which were really nice.

Our overall experience was mediocre. Customer service was okay as our waiter was from central america and didn't quite understand english. Anyway, when the bill came we challenged them about the scallops which they took off. We decided that the chicken could be a treat for the cat and decided not to complain any further. We left a 15% tip which was more than enough for the bad food.

The decor gave a relaxed atmosphere except the 'real fur walls' which i am totally against! If you are an animal lover and fur activist this restaurant is not for you.

We also ordered a mint tea and earl grey, both of which were really good.

We would consider going back for soup, tea and dessert but would not waste my money on the rest! And i have to say that the best lobster is at Mo's Carribean on E 76th st.

OVERALL:

Customer service ***
Quality of food **
Quantity of food ***
Heating in restaurant ***
Decor *
Cost **

2
★★☆☆☆

On a very recent visit to Park Avenue Cafe with my good friend, we were looking forward to eating good food in a relaxed atmosphere with top customer service. We both had a tough week and decided to 'splash out'.

For starter we ordered the butternut squash soup which was warm and creamy and also the scallops which arrived cold but were supposed to be warm...so we pushed them aside.

For the main meal we ordered the chicken dish but it was quite dry and tough so she munched through her sprouts and snow peas instead. The snow peas had an unexpected tasteless sauce at the bottom of the dish as so they were also pushed to the side but the sprouts were really good. I ordered lobster and had been looking forward to it for a very long time. It had been grilled and was really chewy. Very disappointing for 39$'s. My veg was creamed parsnip&spinach but they did not state that there would be loads of cheese on top so that dish was also pushed to the side.

It had been such a bad week that we did not have the patience to complain. Sometimes it is better to erase bad memories rather than thinking what the best solution is!

As for dessert, we both ordered the sorbet which you get 3 scoops of any flavor. My friend also ordered the Butter Cake and I ordered the Chocolate Cube. Everything was so good except my friends Coconut&Curry sorbet which we had to nickname 'smelly feet'...it was so bad! I had orange, raspberry and grapefruit which were really nice.

Our overall experience was mediocre. Customer service was okay as our waiter was from central america and didn't quite understand english. Anyway, when the bill came we challenged them about the scallops which they took off. We decided that the chicken could be a treat for the cat and decided not to complain any further. We left a 15% tip which was more than enough for the bad food.

The decor gave a relaxed atmosphere except the 'real fur walls' which i am totally against! If you are an animal lover and fur activist this restaurant is not for you.

We also ordered a mint tea and earl grey, both of which were really good.

We would consider going back for soup, tea and dessert but would not waste my money on the rest! And i have to say that the best lobster is at Mo's Carribean on E 76th st.

OVERALL:

Customer service ***
Quality of food **
Quantity of food ***
Heating in restaurant ***
Decor *
Cost **

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The whole concept behind Park Avenue Summer/Autumn/Winter/Spring is incredible, with the whole decor, menu and even name changing with the season. The experience we had is as exceptional as the concept.

We went during Summer. The food was light and refreshing, with great seafood and accents of fruit, and a killer white sangria. The watermelon-poppy seed-basil panna cotta was unbelievable. Plus the decor was beautiful and summer to the last detail.

Service was great except the bill was incorrect at the end (we did Restaurant Week). It's expensive but absolutely worth it.

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★★★★★

The whole concept behind Park Avenue Summer/Autumn/Winter/Spring is incredible, with the whole decor, menu and even name changing with the season. The experience we had is as exceptional as the concept.

We went during Summer. The food was light and refreshing, with great seafood and accents of fruit, and a killer white sangria. The watermelon-poppy seed-basil panna cotta was unbelievable. Plus the decor was beautiful and summer to the last detail.

Service was great except the bill was incorrect at the end (we did Restaurant Week). It's expensive but absolutely worth it.

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My husband and I had lunch here for Restaurant Week on a Friday afternoon. Our waiter was wonderful, giving us enough time to make our decisions, but paying attention to when we were ready to order. We had a nice bottle of wine from the interesting seasonal (and affordable) wine list. The food was quite good, especially the salmon tartare and the goat cheese mousse. We were quite pleased with our experience here.

2
★★★★☆

My husband and I had lunch here for Restaurant Week on a Friday afternoon. Our waiter was wonderful, giving us enough time to make our decisions, but paying attention to when we were ready to order. We had a nice bottle of wine from the interesting seasonal (and affordable) wine list. The food was quite good, especially the salmon tartare and the goat cheese mousse. We were quite pleased with our experience here.

Pros: Service, Food

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I have eaten at all the Park Avenue seasons - Autumn, Winter, Spring and Summer - and am happy that is summer is back. The menu has changed not only from spring but from last summer as well though keeping a few dishes that need not be changed (soft shell crab with strawberries in particular). I frequented the restaurant with a few friends, all of which dine out regularly in the city, and we all agreed that this was one of the best experiences we have had in recent memory. Simply put, the food was outstanding; light and festive and full of flavor. Babyback ribs smothered in a dr. pepper glaze hits the spot, as the meat falls right off the bone, along with the bouillabaisse, dover sole, and halibut are dishes that need not be missed. The food was on point as was our server who came prepared answering our questions about the menu. The two people who took care of our table were attentive and did not miss a beat seemingly on top of us at all times despite the restaurant being full. The only knocks on the restaurant that we encountered was having to wait for our drinks from the bar and the fact that we felt somewhat packed in at the table - it seemed like we were on top of everyone else around us but kind of fun when you also get to hear every other table's conversations. But once the food comes out, you suddenly forget about anything else.
Supposedly, Autumn does not begin until after labor day and this is great news since i plan on coming back to summer again and again.

2
★★★★☆

I have eaten at all the Park Avenue seasons - Autumn, Winter, Spring and Summer - and am happy that is summer is back. The menu has changed not only from spring but from last summer as well though keeping a few dishes that need not be changed (soft shell crab with strawberries in particular). I frequented the restaurant with a few friends, all of which dine out regularly in the city, and we all agreed that this was one of the best experiences we have had in recent memory. Simply put, the food was outstanding; light and festive and full of flavor. Babyback ribs smothered in a dr. pepper glaze hits the spot, as the meat falls right off the bone, along with the bouillabaisse, dover sole, and halibut are dishes that need not be missed. The food was on point as was our server who came prepared answering our questions about the menu. The two people who took care of our table were attentive and did not miss a beat seemingly on top of us at all times despite the restaurant being full. The only knocks on the restaurant that we encountered was having to wait for our drinks from the bar and the fact that we felt somewhat packed in at the table - it seemed like we were on top of everyone else around us but kind of fun when you also get to hear every other table's conversations. But once the food comes out, you suddenly forget about anything else.
Supposedly, Autumn does not begin until after labor day and this is great news since i plan on coming back to summer again and again.

Pros: Food Food Food and Ambience

Cons: Tight spaces

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Last night was my first experience at Park Avenue Spring. Unfortunately, I left disappointed. After the two of us sat down, we waited approximately twenty minutes for our waiter to return, so that I could finally ask for a wine list. As we ordered the wine and our food, the waiter was impatient and rude. We also had to ask for water several times. While the service was mediocre, at best, the atmosphere and decor were lovely. Spring flowers were everywhere and soft reggae type music was in the background. And, overall, the food was very good. The sides I would recommend: potato latkes and the asparagus with fontina. The chicken was tasty itself, although I didn't enjoy any of the vegetables it came with. If you do not like anchovies, do not get the caesar salad. I do not plan on revisiting this restaurant.

1
★★★☆☆

Last night was my first experience at Park Avenue Spring. Unfortunately, I left disappointed. After the two of us sat down, we waited approximately twenty minutes for our waiter to return, so that I could finally ask for a wine list. As we ordered the wine and our food, the waiter was impatient and rude. We also had to ask for water several times. While the service was mediocre, at best, the atmosphere and decor were lovely. Spring flowers were everywhere and soft reggae type music was in the background. And, overall, the food was very good. The sides I would recommend: potato latkes and the asparagus with fontina. The chicken was tasty itself, although I didn't enjoy any of the vegetables it came with. If you do not like anchovies, do not get the caesar salad. I do not plan on revisiting this restaurant.

Pros: Decor

Cons: Service

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Barman was the only good thing. Wine was out of stock. Our first 2 choices on the menu were ordered, then the waitress informed us they were also off the menu, we made a joke about nothing being available, and the waitress complained to the maitre'D, who then took over and said the restaurant was very busy and it was a sunday night!! Well I am sorry but every table was not full, and if your open on a sunday then you should have the same food as any other night, basically the service was the worst ever experienced, I constantly had to ask for water refills. We were entertaining Londoners, and they certainly did not get a good impression, not worth the $700+ dollars for 4.

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★★☆☆☆

Barman was the only good thing. Wine was out of stock. Our first 2 choices on the menu were ordered, then the waitress informed us they were also off the menu, we made a joke about nothing being available, and the waitress complained to the maitre'D, who then took over and said the restaurant was very busy and it was a sunday night!! Well I am sorry but every table was not full, and if your open on a sunday then you should have the same food as any other night, basically the service was the worst ever experienced, I constantly had to ask for water refills. We were entertaining Londoners, and they certainly did not get a good impression, not worth the $700+ dollars for 4.

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Last Wednesday night I had the pleasure of dining at Park Avenue Spring. We had a reservation for 4 at 8:30 and they were graciously able to seat us 20 minutes early. While waiting for another couple my boyfriend and I relaxed at the main bar and enjoyed a martini. The bartender was fantastic - he made a great drink and was very friendly and knowledgable. Once seated we were given plenty of time (but not too much) to review the seasonal menu. I had a difficult time choosing as there were so many great options. I finally decided upon the squid ink parpardelle with shellfish as my appetizer. For my entree I enjoyed the lamb chop with mint and apricot. Both items were delicious. My only little complaint was that my food was a bit salty. However, it was not so overbearing as to ruin my meal. I managed to clear my plate just fine! The chocolate cube was amazing for dessert. The staff was very attentive without being cloying. We had two servers catering to us and were asked once by management how our experience was going. Overall, it was a great evening. I would jump at the chance to return and highly recommend this stylish establishment.

2
★★★★★

Last Wednesday night I had the pleasure of dining at Park Avenue Spring. We had a reservation for 4 at 8:30 and they were graciously able to seat us 20 minutes early. While waiting for another couple my boyfriend and I relaxed at the main bar and enjoyed a martini. The bartender was fantastic - he made a great drink and was very friendly and knowledgable. Once seated we were given plenty of time (but not too much) to review the seasonal menu. I had a difficult time choosing as there were so many great options. I finally decided upon the squid ink parpardelle with shellfish as my appetizer. For my entree I enjoyed the lamb chop with mint and apricot. Both items were delicious. My only little complaint was that my food was a bit salty. However, it was not so overbearing as to ruin my meal. I managed to clear my plate just fine! The chocolate cube was amazing for dessert. The staff was very attentive without being cloying. We had two servers catering to us and were asked once by management how our experience was going. Overall, it was a great evening. I would jump at the chance to return and highly recommend this stylish establishment.

Pros: great service and concept, delicious food,

Cons: a bit pricey but well worth it

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Our party arrived half an hour late but even though it was Saturday night our table was still waiting for us. Maitre'D was nice if a bit too eager to please and in no time we were seating in the beautiful dining room with shades of white all over the place. Our server appeared out of nowhere to take a good care of us. We ordered a bottle of West Coast Cabernet and then moved on to the food. Our server recommended us filet mignon, john Dory and veal chop and we decided to heed his suggestions. It proved to be a wise choice.
The food was amazing and it is no wonder that NY Times deems their chef to be one of the TOP 10 chefs in the city. Not only dishes tasted great, they were fairly-sized and presented with elegance.
The room was packed as it is to be expected in a hot spot like this one but it didn't affect the service. We were pampered and felt almost like royalty (e.g. our dish modifications).
Altogether it would have been an amazing night if it wasn't for one thing. One of their managers (he introduced himself as GM of the restaurant, I think his name was Jordan or Jonatan) kept coming back to our table (he even interrupted the waiter when he was describing the dishes to us), "checking that the service wasn't lacking". The only thing that he was really checking out were breasts of my girlfriend. He practically had his red nose down in her bra. I felt like smacking the guy on the face. He didn't even try to hide his oggling. I was considering contacting the owners to let them know what I think of such behavior but my girlfriend convinced me otherwise.
Besides that shameful incident with manager's wandering eyes, everything else was great. Food, service, decor and ambience - all praise worthy. i just hope next time we come back that lustful manager of theirs will be more respectful.

Pros: great food, fantastic service and amazing decor.
Cons: manager who can't control his arousal around a beautiful female patron

2
★★★★★

Our party arrived half an hour late but even though it was Saturday night our table was still waiting for us. Maitre'D was nice if a bit too eager to please and in no time we were seating in the beautiful dining room with shades of white all over the place. Our server appeared out of nowhere to take a good care of us. We ordered a bottle of West Coast Cabernet and then moved on to the food. Our server recommended us filet mignon, john Dory and veal chop and we decided to heed his suggestions. It proved to be a wise choice.
The food was amazing and it is no wonder that NY Times deems their chef to be one of the TOP 10 chefs in the city. Not only dishes tasted great, they were fairly-sized and presented with elegance.
The room was packed as it is to be expected in a hot spot like this one but it didn't affect the service. We were pampered and felt almost like royalty (e.g. our dish modifications).
Altogether it would have been an amazing night if it wasn't for one thing. One of their managers (he introduced himself as GM of the restaurant, I think his name was Jordan or Jonatan) kept coming back to our table (he even interrupted the waiter when he was describing the dishes to us), "checking that the service wasn't lacking". The only thing that he was really checking out were breasts of my girlfriend. He practically had his red nose down in her bra. I felt like smacking the guy on the face. He didn't even try to hide his oggling. I was considering contacting the owners to let them know what I think of such behavior but my girlfriend convinced me otherwise.
Besides that shameful incident with manager's wandering eyes, everything else was great. Food, service, decor and ambience - all praise worthy. i just hope next time we come back that lustful manager of theirs will be more respectful.

Pros: great food, fantastic service and amazing decor.
Cons: manager who can't control his arousal around a beautiful female patron

Pros: Food, service, decor

Cons: manager who can' control his arousal around a beautiful female patron

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I went to park avenue during restaurant week and was amazed at the crowd. I highly recommend reservations because it was overcrowded with people. The appetizer was delicious. The entree I choose was a roasted chicken which was a little dry and need a little gravy or sauce, the entree was not very impressive. The desert I had was a coconut caramel dish with macaroons which was delicous. It was very unique nothing like anything that I have ever had. The atmosphere was a little stuck up. It was more of a mature crowd which didn't want to be seated next to us even though we were all dressed up . The atmosphere is a little pretentious but the decor was lovely. I would go there again just don't under the chicken for an entree.

2
★★★★☆

I went to park avenue during restaurant week and was amazed at the crowd. I highly recommend reservations because it was overcrowded with people. The appetizer was delicious. The entree I choose was a roasted chicken which was a little dry and need a little gravy or sauce, the entree was not very impressive. The desert I had was a coconut caramel dish with macaroons which was delicous. It was very unique nothing like anything that I have ever had. The atmosphere was a little stuck up. It was more of a mature crowd which didn't want to be seated next to us even though we were all dressed up . The atmosphere is a little pretentious but the decor was lovely. I would go there again just don't under the chicken for an entree.

Pros: decor , appetizer

Cons: snooby crowd

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Two of us went around 8:45 on a Friday night and were seated almost immediately. There was a nice crowd, but it wasn't raucous at all. Our server(s) came right away and introduced us to their mushroom menu. Good stuff, but we ended up choosing otherwise. I say servers because throughout the night we had two. It's a little confusing at first, but it's also fun having two people paying attention to your table. The amuse bouche was a caramel apple and crispy sage "lollipop." What a nice way to start things off! The server helped us pick out a nice pinot noir, then we ordered the following: Apps. 1. Diver scallops and 2. Agnolotti, Mains. 1. Halibut "chop" and 2. Sea bass., and a side of haricots verts with chanterelles. Things came out quickly and precisely, but I didn't feel rushed and the service was very good at judging when to hang back or charge forward. Three types of bread came out: a mini pumpkin loaf (moist and light), a sweet onion roll (flaky with a hint of onion flavour), and some spicy flatbread. Altogether a nice contrast. Both the scallops and the agnolotti were tasty. The sauces were not overwhelming and this was especially so with the scallops (their natural flavour really came through). I liked my partner in crime's halibut chop more than my sea bass. Both were delicious, but texturally I preferred the flakiness of the halibut (not dried out though) to the chewiness (not rubbery) of my sea bass. The haricots verts were a nice addition. We decided not to get dessert (we were comfortable and wanted to converse) and the staff didn't push or prod. A few items did catch our attention (e.g., chocolate cube and goat cheese cheesecake). We lingered for another half hour and the place was still lively. Overall, I would say my experience here was comfortable, simple, and pleasurable. I would definitely make this a "usual" for me to dine at.

2
★★★★☆

Two of us went around 8:45 on a Friday night and were seated almost immediately. There was a nice crowd, but it wasn't raucous at all. Our server(s) came right away and introduced us to their mushroom menu. Good stuff, but we ended up choosing otherwise. I say servers because throughout the night we had two. It's a little confusing at first, but it's also fun having two people paying attention to your table. The amuse bouche was a caramel apple and crispy sage "lollipop." What a nice way to start things off! The server helped us pick out a nice pinot noir, then we ordered the following: Apps. 1. Diver scallops and 2. Agnolotti, Mains. 1. Halibut "chop" and 2. Sea bass., and a side of haricots verts with chanterelles. Things came out quickly and precisely, but I didn't feel rushed and the service was very good at judging when to hang back or charge forward. Three types of bread came out: a mini pumpkin loaf (moist and light), a sweet onion roll (flaky with a hint of onion flavour), and some spicy flatbread. Altogether a nice contrast. Both the scallops and the agnolotti were tasty. The sauces were not overwhelming and this was especially so with the scallops (their natural flavour really came through). I liked my partner in crime's halibut chop more than my sea bass. Both were delicious, but texturally I preferred the flakiness of the halibut (not dried out though) to the chewiness (not rubbery) of my sea bass. The haricots verts were a nice addition. We decided not to get dessert (we were comfortable and wanted to converse) and the staff didn't push or prod. A few items did catch our attention (e.g., chocolate cube and goat cheese cheesecake). We lingered for another half hour and the place was still lively. Overall, I would say my experience here was comfortable, simple, and pleasurable. I would definitely make this a "usual" for me to dine at.

Pros: Attentive but not overbearing service, simple food, nice atmosphere.

Cons: Would like a little more guidance and knowledge of the wine list on the part of the servers.

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Great service, good food, really nice ambience. I can't wait for Park Avenue Winter! Definitely try it out.

2
★★★★☆

Great service, good food, really nice ambience. I can't wait for Park Avenue Winter! Definitely try it out.

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I think we've been needing a place like this on the UES for years. It's downtown hip, without having to travel!!! Great food, great atmosphere, great service. I can't speak highly enough about this place. And I love the concept. I saw summer, now Autumn, and I can't wait till winter! I suggest you try it soon, cause on the way out they said that they are only going to be Autumn until after thanksgiving. I guess winter comes quick to Park Avenue!!

2
★★★★★

I think we've been needing a place like this on the UES for years. It's downtown hip, without having to travel!!! Great food, great atmosphere, great service. I can't speak highly enough about this place. And I love the concept. I saw summer, now Autumn, and I can't wait till winter! I suggest you try it soon, cause on the way out they said that they are only going to be Autumn until after thanksgiving. I guess winter comes quick to Park Avenue!!

Pros: Gorgeous restaurant, attentive service

Cons: Lots of people

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Last Tuesday we went to Park Avenue Summer for the first time. The decor and menu of the resturaunt truly captures the essence of its namesake, the season of summer. The interior is beautiful, creating a relaxed and pleasant environment, which is further enhanced by the friendly and professional staff. We enjoyed refreshing and delicious cocktails at the vodka bar, which encourages a unique make-it-yourself selection of summer drinks. Our food was fantastic. Honestly, this was one of the most delightful dining experiences of the recent past.

2
★★★★★

Last Tuesday we went to Park Avenue Summer for the first time. The decor and menu of the resturaunt truly captures the essence of its namesake, the season of summer. The interior is beautiful, creating a relaxed and pleasant environment, which is further enhanced by the friendly and professional staff. We enjoyed refreshing and delicious cocktails at the vodka bar, which encourages a unique make-it-yourself selection of summer drinks. Our food was fantastic. Honestly, this was one of the most delightful dining experiences of the recent past.

Pros: service, ambience, food

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Went here for the first time on the last Friday of Restaurant Week and had an excellent dining experience. Friendly, professional staff were almost out-numbering the table count. The restaurant had a great look and feel, bright and airy. The food was very good.

2
★★★★★

Went here for the first time on the last Friday of Restaurant Week and had an excellent dining experience. Friendly, professional staff were almost out-numbering the table count. The restaurant had a great look and feel, bright and airy. The food was very good.

Pros: Food, Service, Decor

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Everything at Park Avenue Summer is delicious--especially their soft shell crab appetizer and their summer raspberries dessert. Presentation and ambience are unique, trendy, and will make your experience amazing. There is an open bar where you can make your own delicious cocktails. The staff is attentive and personable. This is a great place to go for a romantic date or for a group party. I am definitely returning. You can't get this combination of amazing, unique food and chique ambience anywhere else!

2
★★★★★

Everything at Park Avenue Summer is delicious--especially their soft shell crab appetizer and their summer raspberries dessert. Presentation and ambience are unique, trendy, and will make your experience amazing. There is an open bar where you can make your own delicious cocktails. The staff is attentive and personable. This is a great place to go for a romantic date or for a group party. I am definitely returning. You can't get this combination of amazing, unique food and chique ambience anywhere else!

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Wait till you read this I am soo surprise with this restaurant that become my favorite restaurant... is a big OMG . you guys have to check it out is amazing for all ocassion is just the right place to go. I am always stress out an dthis restaurant took all my stress I just enjoyed and trust me you will feel like you are in place that you just dont want to get out of it my first visit was on july 5 and seens then i go 4 times a week ...love it.. a great restaurant ...everything was unique the decor, menu(food items), and dessertsss my favorite make by their pastry chef..

2
★★★★★

Wait till you read this I am soo surprise with this restaurant that become my favorite restaurant... is a big OMG . you guys have to check it out is amazing for all ocassion is just the right place to go. I am always stress out an dthis restaurant took all my stress I just enjoyed and trust me you will feel like you are in place that you just dont want to get out of it my first visit was on july 5 and seens then i go 4 times a week ...love it.. a great restaurant ...everything was unique the decor, menu(food items), and dessertsss my favorite make by their pastry chef..

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Our dining experience at Park Avenue summer was wonderful. The staff was friendly and attentive. The new menu is filled with light summery dishes that were delicious. We definitely intend to return sometime very soon!

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Our dining experience at Park Avenue summer was wonderful. The staff was friendly and attentive. The new menu is filled with light summery dishes that were delicious. We definitely intend to return sometime very soon!

Pros: ambience, staff, food, decor

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The restaurant has changed owners and now called Park Avenue (season). The place was packed when we went on...

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★★★★☆

The restaurant has changed owners and now called Park Avenue (season). The place was packed when we went on...

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surprisingly good & dependable! cute little place. you'd think they'd be snobby and nothing special but it...

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surprisingly good & dependable! cute little place. you'd think they'd be snobby and nothing special but it...

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This is a great date place!! Fun, lively, young, and cheerful with really great food, I'd highly recommend coming here. I'm not sure if they still have the promotion going, but when I went about 2 months ago, they had a promotion where

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This is a great date place!! Fun, lively, young, and cheerful with really great food, I'd highly recommend coming here. I'm not sure if they still have the promotion going, but when I went about 2 months ago, they had a promotion where

 

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