Very very small portions at big price. Good atmosphere, good food. Kind of restaurant that would be good with clients and with a good expense account. Not so much on your own...
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The food and service was outstanding. The chef even rustled up a spectacularly beautiful and delicious vegetarian main for me. The only reason for not giving this a five rating is the smell! Hit me when we entered and made me a bit queasy all...More
Our yearly visits to NYC are largely centered around Broadway shows so we plan only one top restaurant per visit. As a big fan of Iron Chef Forgione's food during the show it was time to try out his restaurant. It certainly did not disappoint....More
Mother's Day brunch was perfect. Popovers filled with eggs and bacon were delicious. So was French toast with caramelized bananas - amazing.. Staff was welcoming and extremely efficient.
Love this place! The chef, for which the restaurant is named, is an Iron Chef, so it should come as no surprise that the food is excellent, with dishes that are both creative and surprising. Prepare to be delighted! (I highly recommend the Chili Lobster.)...More
Everything we tried was delicious and unique, which makes the experience even more special. The service was good too. You must get the "The Egg" desert; it was phenomenal, and my guess is that it is pretty low cal for a desert, which makes it...More
Atmosphere was great for a beautiful Easter morning. The open air floor plan is to be enjoyed by every patron. The decor was elegantly simple and food was great. I enjoyed the popovers with scrambled eggs and the way some items are served family style....More
My daughter took me to Marc Forgione to celebrate my birthday. The experience began when I was given a beautiful hand written birthday card from the restaurant along with sparkling wine to toast the occasion . Everything that followed was amazing. The food was outstanding...More
We arrived a little early to meet our friends and were greeted warmly and shown to the bar where we enjoyed gin and tonics before dinner. The bar area is nice, spacious and if you can't get a table then you can eat smaller plates...More
Recommended and hosted by a local friend, it was different and in a good way. Dishes called "Smoking Hot Little B-ches" and "Skewers of Love", baked oysters and chicken hearts respectively were excellent. The chicken cooked under a brick for two raised the humble chicken...More