MICHAEL JORDAN'S THE STEAK HOUSE N.Y.C.
INTRODUCING THE RESTAURANT AND ITS HISTORY
The restaurant, designed by David Rockwell in 1998, pays homage to glamorous train travel, notably the 20th Century Limited, and has a design and layout reminiscent of a dining car. The dining room stretches across the north balcony, with an enclosed wood-paneled private room and elegant spaces for special events. Service is attentive and seamless, with an extensive beverage selection including wines, local craft beers and signature historic cocktails.
The steakhouse is known for both its selection of perfectly charred steaks, pristine seafood, lush desserts and classic dishes. Awarded two stars by The New York Times, it also won Best Restaurant Design by Interior Design Magazine and numerous accolades in Esquire, GQ, Forbes, New York Post, The Today Show and Martha Stewart Living Radio, among others.
Named for the legendary basketball star Michael Jordan, our modern steakhouse is designed to reflect his sense of taste and style. Located on the balcony of one of New York's most beautiful architectural landmarks, Grand Central Terminal, it overlooks the stunning Beaux-Arts main concourse with views of the famous clock, stories-high windows and constellation-embellished cerulean blue ceiling. The restaurant's bar on the west balcony has become an iconic gathering place for social interaction relax with a drink or dine.