Party Earth Review The younger sister of swanky STK steakhouse in the Meatpacking District, STK Midtown brings its signature feminine touch to the serving of cow, and plops it down in the country’s busiest commercial district. Set inside... ... read full review
1114 6th Avenue
New York, NY 10036
B, D, F, M: 42 Street-Bryant Park / 6 Avenue; 7: 5 Avenue-Bryant Park / 42 Street; 1, 2, 3, N, Q, R, S: Times Square-42 Street / 7 Avenue-Broadway
M 11am–1am (Kitchen closes at 11pm), Tu–W 11am–11pm, Th–F 11am–midnight, Sa 5:30pm–midnight, Su 5:30–11pm
Midtown, New York –
The younger sister of swanky STK steakhouse in the Meatpacking District, STK Midtown brings its signature feminine touch to the serving of cow, and plops it down in the country’s busiest commercial district.
Set inside the towering Grace Building and surrounded by offices, the venue draws an after-work crowd of dapper finance types – and though it’s not as sceney as the original, there’s rarely a shortage of dudes rocking Brooks Brothers and Paul Smith as they sip scotches and beers at the marble bar.
Groups of forever-thirty girls catch the eye of bankers and up-and-coming executives as they take to the wood-paneled booths in the lounge, where they order bottles of Veuve and fruity cocktails to go with their Wagyu sliders and truffle fries.
Further back, the expansive hall of the dining room features a sleek and modern décor, with an arching structure across the ceiling that resembles the ribs of a whale, purple backlights, tall vases bursting with flower arrangements, and rows of plush cream sofas hemming candlelit tables.
Definitely not daddy’s steakhouse.
Despite the upscale ambiance, the menu doesn’t lack in traditional chophouse fare, from sirloins and rib steaks to bone-in filets, which sexy club girls on their way Downtown put away with effortless aplomb.
Chic and spacious, STK Midtown gives patrons a way to let down their hair and fill their perfectly flat bellies after a long day of work and before a long night of fun.
Dapper suits, successful ladies, bankers, traders, other finance types, executives and executives-to-be, younger trendy clubbers already dressed for a night Downtown, 20s to 50s+.
House DJ plays Top 40 and 80s and 90s favorites from around 8pm.
Steakhouse fare, seafood including oysters and lobster, and fancy salads topped with items like crab, melon, and avocado. Meat cuts available in petite, medium, and oversized.
Outdoor seating available.
Appetizers $13–$22, raw bar $15–$65, entrées $24–$80. Beer $6–$8, wine $12–$28/glass or $40–$1125/bottle, cocktails $16–$17, champagne $64–$1400.
Business to dressy: designer suits, dark jeans, button-downs, blazers, fitted sheath dresses, tailored blouses, pencil skirts, lots of DVF work wear, high heels.
Thursday through Saturday nights for the largest crowds of mingling and feasting patrons getting ready to head to the clubs.
Lobby Bar at the Royalton (44 West 44th Street) is a glamorous lounge in the equally glamorous Royalton hotel, and features glass-enclosed fireplaces, suede couches, intricate cocktails, and an equally pretty crowd.