For many years the Knickerbocker has been standing strong in the heart of the Greenwich Village.
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"A great alternative to NY's stuffy steakhouses," this "long-running" Central Village American is a "favorite" of the "over-40" crowd thanks to its "very relaxing" ambiance ("love those booths"), well-made Gibsons, the "best T-bone" and "swingin' jazz."
New York Post
Manhattan's most easygoing steakhouse since 1977, wrapped in wood paneling and New York memorabilia, draws regulars like Chris Noth, F. Murray Abraham and Ethan Hawke.
A Village place that's been around forever, Knickerbocker has the classic feel of an old steakhouse, with its open room done in dark wood and whimsical antique New York posters....
The Scene The Knickerbocker Bar and Grill is a spacious bar and restaurant with a refined, gentlemen's club ambience....
WALL STREET JOURNAL (Urban Gardner, by Robert Gardner Jr.)
Knickerbocker... where the decor is as no nonsense as its T-Bone Steaks....
Knickerbocker remains popular because they serve as a refuge from breathless nonsense, exaggeration and overstimulation of contemporary society. They're oases of sanity that offer customers a subliminal pat on the back for their steely resistance to the trendy.