Bobby Van’s has become well known as one of the best authentic American steakhouses. It’s the place to go for Prime USDA beef and fresh seafood, and has an outstanding bar plus an award-winning wine list.
In New York City, where restaurants tend to come and go like tourists, Bobby Van’s Steakhouse has more than passed the test of time. The celebrated grill on West 50th Street has been a dining staple for more than four decades now, firmly establishing itself as the city’s premiere steakhouse after first opening its doors way back in the sixties.
Bobby Van opened his first restaurant in Bridgehampton, New York, in the summer of 1969, and after two successful decades, Bobby sold this restaurant to a group of four restaurateurs: Joseph Smith, Joe Phair, Rick Passarelli, and Joe Hickey. This entrepreneurial team soon opened a second Bobby Van’s Steakhouse location in the Helmsley Building on Park Avenue in New York City.
The restaurant has seen success by sticking to the tried and true traditions of a traditional steakhouse, founded on the principles of classic ambiance, quality food and superior customer service, and maintaining the same high standards over all these years. The only thing that has really changed at Bobby Van’s is its stature – it’s success seeing it grow to include five other restaurants, as well as a takeout burger joint called BV’s Burger, and its newest addition – BV’s Grill on 3rd Avenue at 57th Street. The newest location is set in a modern and elegant space with a large open kitchen.
Legendary for its chops, steaks, seafood, and atmosphere, Bobby Van’s is the place to go for a quintessential American steakhouse dining experience.
For more information, please visit: www.bobbyvans.com