Angelo & Maxie's

Angelo & Maxie's

233 Park Avenue South
(between 18th and 19th)
New York
(212) 220-9200
Angelo & Maxie’s is kind of like the girl next door. It’s not the sexiest steakhouse, but is high quality without the high maintenance, is in a great location, more affordable than most, and is a lot of fun. It’s got a great feel there, and also has a cigar room in the back. It’s laid back so no worries about suiting up. It’s also close to a lot of great nightlife and wildlife so get your drink on, devour your meat like the carnivore you are, and then find some other prey at the nearby bars.
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Bachelor10 Tip: Angelo & Maxie's was replaced by another ampersand steakhouse, Vic & Anthony's, that's worth checking out despite the high price tag.  Highly respected at other locations around the country, it has a private boardroom your crew should look into and happy hour your wallet might request.

The Good: 
A little more chill, little less expensive, non-stuffy service, and nearly as tasty.
The Bad: 
It doesn’t have that cachet of Luger’s, etc.
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Signature Dish: The cajun ribeye is money.  Trust us.

Attire: Jeans and a collar shirt is fine.

Vibe: Less stuffy than most.  

What’s next?: Plenty of Union Square fun - Pete’s Tavern is one of, if not the, oldest bars in NYC; plus the W has lots of eye candy nearby.