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The Granite Room at City Hall Restaurant

Map & Directions 131 Duane St.
New York, NY 10013
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212-227-7777
  • Mon 12pm-11pm, Tue 7:30am-11pm, Wed-Thu 7:30am-12am, Fri 7:30am-1am, Sat 10:30am-1am

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Anything that swims is recommended at this Wall Streeteras hangout that seeks to re-create the (mainly imaginary) two-fisted eating halls of yesteryear. The trio of barrel herring--creamed, onioned, and carawayed--is so striking you can ignore the dull potato salad in the middle. Pan roasts, raw oysters, shrimp cocktails, and, especially, she-crab soup were all flawless, as was the touted burger, much too good for its garnish of iceberg and wooden supermarket tomato. Skip the low-on-flavor lamb saddle and signature Delmonico steakaunimproved by its mantle of blue cheeseain favor of any of the daily grilled fish.

 
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  • Lunch menu spans from the burger ($16), a blend of short rib and brisket served on a homemade onion bun, to Delmonico steak ($42), a dry-aged rib eye topped with a dollop of Iowa's Maytag blue cheese.

  • Peter S. on 01/09/10

    Order the raw seafood tower for 2 or 4 - It's spectacular.

  • Neil J. on 11/10/09

    best hamburger in NY

  • Siri 🌼. on 07/11/11

    The service is incredible. The food was amazing! Its got a nice vibe to it...definitely a classy place for a lunch in. The chef is super friendly as well as the staff.

  • Stanley S. on 01/25/12

    City Hall Restaurant is famous for using local organic products, as it changes the menu seasonally. Located right near City Hall, City Hall Restaurant has a wide range of items on its menu.

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