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The Standard Grill

Dinescore
81 Out of 100
Average
$15 - $30
Cuisine
American Traditional American Traditional
1/4 overall

New York Times by Pete Wells

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Review

With 200 seats indoors and another 85 on the sidewalk, it is a marvel that the kitchen reliably bangs out solid, flavorful food that casually integrates Spanish ingredients with French and Italian ideas.  more →

Recommended Dishes

Country pâté; snow pea and radish salad; charred octopus appetizer; swordfish; rainbow trout; chocolate mousse.

2/5 overall

NYMag.com by Adam Platt

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Review

With chef Dan Silverman at the helm, the Standard Grill rises above the faux-bistro competition.  more →

Recommended Dishes

Chilled almond soup or merguez-stuffed squid, swordfish or rib eye, the Deal-Closer.

4/5 overall

Time Out New York by Jay Cheshes

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Review

This Meatpacking District newcomer brings cool to the table.   more →

Recommended Dishes

Octopus with sweet potato, chilled almond soup, trout with currant-and-pine-nut relish, “demi-vache” rib eye, “Million Dollar” .

2/4 overall

Bloomberg by Ryan Sutton

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Review

Andre Balazs has introduced a somewhat radical concept to fashionable Meatpacking District dining: low prices.  more →

Recommended Dishes

Pork chop and lobster are the best dishes.

Unrated

New York Post by Steve Cuozzo

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Review

THE Standard Grill makes the High Line/Meatpacking party whole. In a zone cluttered with cuisine of all kinds, who needs another restaurant with 285 seats? We all do, if it serves food as tasty, spiffily presented and affordable as the Standard's.  more →

15/20 overall

Gayot

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Review

The surprisingly subdued main dining room of this ultra-sceney eatery is flanked by a bar, a jam-packed seasonal beer garden with a ping pong table, and window table seating in front affording top views of the Meatpacking District passeggiata.  more →