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The Delta Grill

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700 Ninth Ave (at 48th Street)
New York, NY 10036
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(347) 205-8110
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The Delta Grill - New York, NY
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The Delta Grill - New York, NY
The Delta Grill - New York, NY
The Delta Grill - New York, NY
The Delta Grill - New York, NY

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Best

I have been to Delta Grill over a dozen times in the last two years and it is truly amazing how good the food there is whether I eat there or take it home. Trust me when I say you...

Worst

Host - Older guy who acted as if he was doing us a favor. Bartender - had to wait and wait then actually call his attention for a drink when he was B.S.ing for at least 10 minute...

Delta Grill 8/15/2005

As you enter the restaurant you feel that you have stepped into a timeless restaurant in New Orleans with its painted brick walls, pressed tin ceiling and antique ceiling fans. At the restaurant, begin with a great choice of appetizers (ranging from $6 to $10) include Fried Okra with Creole Mustard Sauce, Crawfish Popcorn and Alligator Sauce Piquant. The traditional Gumbos are mouth watering ($5 a cup; $10 for a bowl); chock full of chicken, sausage and seafood, fragrant with flavor. Main courses (ranging from $14 to $22) include classic Jambalaya, Crawfish Etouffee sautéed in a seafood based Roux Sauce and Lenore’s Chicken – thinly pounded chicken breast stuffed with Andouille dressing with cheese Hollandaise. Desserts (from $6) lead from the Bananas Foster, enough for two; to Bread Pudding, Sweet Potato Pecan Pie and Mississippi Mud Pie. more
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Owner Message

  • Welcome to the Delta Grill, where we're not only known for our down-home comfortable atmosphere, but our delicious food. Our chef, Gregory Tatis, is home grown from Queens and started his illustrious career at Nickelodeon in Astoria. Gregory then proceeded to go south of the Mason-Dixon Line to famous Cajun Chef Paul Prudhomme's kitchen at K-Pauls, where he cooked for over eight years. Whether you're looking for something blackened, barbecued, Creole, or Cajun--look no further. When creating the Delta Grill, owners Tom Burns and Tom Sullivan envisioned a classic Louisiana roadhouse eatery with superior food and a welcoming atmosphere. Burns and Sullivan also own the Streetcar Cafe around the corner at 370 W. 46th St. between 8th and 9th Avenues. Make sure to drop by after work or next time you're in the neighborhood.

Editorial

  • In Short
    This Louisiana-inspired restaurant, decorated with wood plank-floors and New Orleans bar signs, has a roadhouse feel that's festive, but relaxed enough for dinner conversation....

  • 9/22/2004 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Daily 12pm-4am
  • Payments:

    Master Card, Discover, Visa, American Express
  • Neighborhoods:

    Midtown, Clinton