Patroon is a New York institution, renowned for its legendary steaks, impeccable service, and sophisticated atmosphere. Our steaks are dry-aged for 36 days to bring out their full flavor, and we cook them over open-fire grill to perfection. The restaurant only uses top quality Certified Angus..
New York City is not known for preserving its special places, like our little Bar. In fact, it often rushes to demolish and pave them over as soon as city permits will allow. In this fast-paced metropolis that celebrates the new and the shiny, architectural and cultural artifacts are few and far..
At Patroon, a welcoming staff, impeccable service and a modern menu of seasonal American favorites served in a lively, sophisticated atmosphere make for an unforgettable New York experience. Here, at Patroon you will find the charm and quality service of old New York meeting 21st century..
Patroon is the perfect setting for an unforgettable NY wedding. A Perfect Beginning, for less than you might imagine.
Our elegant townhouse offers a variety of spaces to choose from, including our Main Dining Room, Gibson Room, Sporting Room, Match Room, and Rooftop Terrace. We can accommodate..
Ken & Gene Aretsky’s classy, clubby home to classic American dishes re-awakens March 30 from a long indoor snooze. It’s a brave reopening in Midtown East, which is still unnaturally quiet. Lunch and Dinner are served:
Lunch: Monday – Friday 11:45am – 2:30
Dinner: Monday – Friday 5:30pm – 10:00
Restauranteurs. It has been a challenging year for New York City Restaurants to say the least, so here we celebrate a few of our favorites who have muscled through the period, serving terrific food (and strong drink), with creativity, care, perseverance, and surprisingly good humor.
Ken and Gene..
Aretsky’s Patroon is Manhattan’s best kept secret. I stumbled upon it last year when I visited New York for my birthday and was recommended for dinner by the concierge at The New York Palace. I have a weakness for steak whenever I am in New York and this was something new for me to try. I loved..
Our Caesar Salad is one of the top ten Caesar Salads in New York City, according to TimeOut. But the story begins long time ago in Mexico, in 1924 to be exact, Caesar Cardini mixed the first Caesar Salad in his Tijuana restaurant. Word spread, and soon people were coming from far and wide for the..
Ken’s Fishing story: Incredible and YET so True… Most evenings, Patroon owner Ken Aretsky can be found in the restaurant’s main dining room, greeting guests and assuring that all goes off without a hitch. But even a man who loves his job as much as Ken does needs to sometimes get away from it all..
The idea that a chef or restaurateur should always be in his restaurant has for years been dismissed as out of touch with the way the industry now works. Thus, names like David Chang and Jean-Georges Vongerichten have joined the ranks of TV celebs like Giada de Laurentiis, Bobby Flay and Guy..
A great American saloonkeeper in the tradition of Toots Shor and Elaine Kaufman, Ken Aretsky founded Oren and Aretsky and Arcadia and, for a decade, presided over the venerable ’21 before being unceremoniously fired in 1995. DAVID HALBERSTAM joins the billionaires and media barons savoring..
(This is The Gatekeepers, in which Eater roams the city meeting the fine ladies and gentlemen that stand between you and some of your favorite impossible-to-get tables.)
Patroon is on a short list of East Side lunch venues that cater to people who in one way or another control a much larger..
I like a restaurant that encourages gents to look their best when they sit down for a lunch or dinner. Sure, “jacket required” can be an annoying rule, but some places need no rules to encourage you to present the best version of yourself. Aretsky’s Patroon is one such place, on East 46th Street..
Make new memories in our unforgettable spaces. Whether you are nestled in one of our more intimate rooms for a celebratory dinner or taking over our entire townhouse for a wedding or special occasion, Aretsky’s Patroon is the perfect setting for a unique, undeniably New York event.