The Low Down
Parking: The restaurant's location in the Bloomberg Building means it's unusually car-friendly. The parking garage across the street is $20; but pull your car into the courtyard, and Le Cirque's valet will park your car for $35.
What to Drink: The list of wines by the glass is short, and the $12 pinot grigio is a good bet. Know that the bartenders are deft with classic cocktails and mix a mean but pricey martini ($17 for top-shelf).
Know Before You Go: The Cafe at Le Cirque, opposite the main dining room, serves a different, less expensive menu, including a $23 lunch box. Neither jackets nor reservations are required.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Opposite the main dining room, the cafe features a less expensive take on Le Cirque's menu. Items include terrine of foie gras, steamed artichokes, warm Maine lobster salad and a $28 lunch menu.
By at Gayot
Where else but in the Big Apple could there exist a restaurant like the legendary Le Cirque? We give thanks to restaurateur Sirio Maccioni for his ... Read More
restaurant week menu doesnât do it justice....
By JonLeung at Menuism
restaurant week menu doesnât do it justice. foie gras ravioli and chocolate soufflÃ© was only available... Read More
was totally amazing in the old location. new location = s...
By ClaraPark at Menuism
was totally amazing in the old location. new location = sucks. Read More
fun atmosphere, food was ok
By tiffchin at Menuism
fun atmosphere, food was ok Read More