Steakhouses and sushi restaurants are a dime a dozen in Manhattan…and why go to one or the other when the Arlington Club has successfully combined the two in its swank restaurant? They’ve done it so well, in fact, that the only real problem at the Arlington Club is not being able to order everything on the menu. The Arlington Club has so many fabulous menu options with more variety than any other Upper East Side restaurant that diners find themselves coming back again and again.
Chef Laurent Tourondel has successfully pulled off the perfect dish with his signature steak: ‘Certified Angus Beef Prime Cote de Boef’ for two where “each rib is hand-selected by DeBragga & Spitler and is dry-aged 35 to 40 days then broiled at 1,400 degrees.” Steve Cuozzo, food critic of the New York Post recently stated that Arlington Club is “the city’s finest new steakhouse since Minetta Tavern, and the best ever on the Upper East Side.”
The next time you’re in the mood for a good steak…and sushi in Manhattan, don’t go to just any steakhouse, go to the Arlington Club. Reservations are advised (but not necessary) although you may have to wait in a very long line!
Words by Jessika Brown, Photos Courtesy of Arlington Club