Arlington Club

The brainchild of chef Laurent Tourondel features a culinary marriage of traditional French cooking techniques with the American steakhouse dream to provide a never-before “vibe dining” setting. The Club features a main dining room, semi-private dining room and oak bar all on the first floor while an upstairs mezzanine seats above, generously showcasing the floor below.

The incredibly eater features fish, salads, prime beef, a la carte sides and an ample sushi menu. Most known for their 28-day, dry-aged Cote de Boeuf for two, the Club is also hailed for their Clam’s Casino appetizer and their decadent Beef Carpaccio dish. Crowd favorites also include the Short Rib, Crispy Kobe Beef & Truffle, Pickled Jalapeno and Spicy Tuna Osaka Style.

Using the open concept design to their advantage, Arlington Club shows off an extensive wine cellar as decoration while furnishings like vintage lighting and exposed brick compliment the restaurant’s sophisticated, but comfortable feel. In addition to dinner, the Midtown Manhattan restaurant also serves brunch and features a top-of-the-line dessert menu and drinks.

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