"Barberian's excels with 47 years' worth of hospitality and traditional dim-lit woody atmosphere. Quality New York, porterhouse and Chateaubriand cuts are served by no-nonsense waiters, with wines selected from the Wine Spectator recognized list. Get civilized at Barberian's."
"A haven for carnivores, this steakhouse is defiantly old-fashioned in look: authentic Group of Seven paintings adorn the walls, and glasses are strictly Riedel. Aaron Barberian's 20,000 bottle, 2,000-label cellar cellar is dominated by French and Californian with a special focus on Rhone reds, including 60 different Cheateauneuf du Pape. Some fine first growth Bordeaux bottles date back to the fifties, and vintages like '82 are in full force."
"A favorite since 1959, Barberian's is a traditional steakhouse set in an 1860 home, with the expected dark woods, white linens and framed artwork. Steaks come in various sizes and preparations - char-broiled, bacon-wrapped or topped with peppercorn or béarnaise sauce. All are accompanied by garlic bread, kosher pickles, and a potato or rice. Other choices include ribs, salmon and rack of lamb. The after-theatre menu also offers cheese or beef fondue for two. The most charming dessert is chocolate mousse presented in a white-and-dark chocolate house. Award-winning wine list."
still going strong in our 50th year!