The place is cute, with it's "you have the buzz to get in" thing, and the hostess and waiter were both so nice. that said, the food was not good and overpriced.
About This Place
SIDECAR is PJ Clarke's handsome semi-private upstairs dining room. The birthplace of Patrick Joseph Clarke himself, for 50 years, it was a musty antiques office. Now, its wood beamed ceiling, exposed brick walls hung with fine art, and long seemingly endless space welcomes diners to one of Manhattan's most intimate dining rooms. You enter Sidecar through a special entrance on East 55th Street. The menu, prepared in Sidecar’s own kitchen, is Steaks, Chops, Seafood and Raw Bar. And, there's always the PJ’s Hamburger. Whether seated on the long banquets that run the entire length of the room, or at a table on the main floor, Bank of England chairs immediately envelope one in a unique sense of clubby comfort. An extensive wine collection, personal attention and the quiet calm of a unique refuge complete the experience.
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I would give this place 7 stars if possible. So, if you don't know, Sidecar is now a private dining club. The purpose of this review is to discuss my rehearsal dinner that I had there late...
My experience at The Sidecar was a mixed bag.First, the service was good and bad. My server was excellent. She was friendly, upbeat and informative. The downfall was the manager...we ordered...
A man goes into a restaurant. He sits down, he's havin' a steak. He says to the waiter; "Waiter, come taste the steak." Waiter says; "Is there something wrong with the steak?" He says; "Taste...
With so many staff on hand you would think they were ready to feed and serve an army. When good ol PJ's down below didn't take reservations they referred us to the above Sidecar. This jawn is...
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