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Established in 1884, P.J. Clarke s is a full-service restaurant that offers a range of dining options. Its brunch menu includes lobster, shrimp, soups and oysters. The restaurant offers a variety of appetizers, including fried calamari, beefsteak tomato salad, scallions, bacon, barbecue baby back ribs and meatloaf. P.J. Clarke s menu features filet mignon, fish, chips and Buffalo chicken with cheddar cheese and onion. Its side menu offers french fries, saut ed button mushrooms, onion strings, creamed spinach and mashed potatoes..J. Clarke s dessert menu includes puddngs, souffl , brownies, carrot cake and ice cream. It is a part of Clarkes' Group, which additionally operates P.J. Clarke s Sidecar, P.J. Clarke s on the Hudson and P.J. Clarke s Lincoln Square. The restaurant also offers gift cards and maintains several locations in New York City.
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Upper Manhattan, Lincoln Square, Upper West Side

Pj Clarke's At Lincoln Square

PJ Clarke’s

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Absolutely fantastic

Perhaps I should preface my review with something about myself. Being a lifer here in Manhattan, and a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America (class of '94), I have known about PJ Clarke's my whole life, and I have, what I would consider, a decent knowledge of the restaurant industry. That being said, I have to say that I don't understand what some of the other folks who have posted on here are talking about... view more

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Avoid this restaurant

The food is mediocre at best (burgers with soggy buns and overcooked fries), and the service is terrible. As another member mentioned, it is a glorified TGI Friday's without the friendly customer service.

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The slow, corporate death of an institution.

I grew up eating at PJ Clarke's. I might have been six years old the first time I had a PJ's burger and remember feeling a sense of pride when characters like Frankie would remember my family every time we came back. Fast forward a few years and I'm walking into PJ Clarke's at Lincoln Square, wondering if I'll feel the same warm, neighborhood feeling I felt at the original for so many years. The answer, sadly, is no.... view more

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Midtown East Invades Upper West

Great to see some history brought to an abandoned corner. I stopped in for lunch one day after just stumbling upon it. What an incredible looking restaurant. I sat at the bar, had a beer and some oysters, then ordered the famous Cheeseburger. Beer was cold on a hot day, the bartender introduced himself which was a nice touch and I don't need much more than that. I sat near the raw bar and the Clam shucker talked... view more

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Only good due to the proximity to Lincoln Center

Went here for dinner prior to ballet at Lincoln Center. Food is truly terrible, and not that cheap for the quality. Crab cakes (average), filet of sole (sauce was gross maple syrup!!), mussels (sandy, below average)-white wine butter sauce was good tho; house pinot grigio -below average.\r
It does have a great view though and is convenient to Lincoln Center. The bar was crowded with 30s-50s year olds, nice lookin
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PJ Clueless

My girlfriend and I went there this afternoon for lunch after having passed by and thinking it looked like a good place to eat, and knowing the history of the original place. It seems like a good place to throw back a beer, but i have to say, from a food perspective, it is the worst. I had a grilled chicken sandwich [with a slice of cheddar, a slice of apple and sweet onion [which weren't]] and she had a Chicken Sa... view more

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44 W 63rd StNew YorkNY 10023

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