Empire Steak House is located right in the middle of all the action surrounded by Rockefeller Center and Radio City Music Hall, it’s got a great location in midtown. Upon our arrival, we were warmly greeted by the manager who took us to our table. The decor in the restaurant has a typical steak house feel, it’s warm and inviting, and somewhat reminiscent of a 1930’s speakeasy.
Shortly after being seated, our server Burim, came over with menus and offered us the wine list. They have a nice selection of wines including a very reasonably priced wines by the glass section. We opted for the Pinot Noir (I believe it was from California) which is currently my favorite red wine, and I was not disappointed. It was light and fragrant with some berry notes, and paired very well with my steak.
The menu had a lot of the typical steak house options along with seafood and even some pasta selections. I decided to go with the Baked Clams as an appetizer and the New York Sirloin Steak. P got the French Onion Soup and the Ribeye. I really wanted to try the Porterhouse for Two (as