Old Stove Pub

The iconic Hamptons dining staple Old Stove Pub is ready to make its mark in New York City, as the distinguished restaurant has officially opened its doors at 1076 First Avenue in Midtown Manhattan. Old Stove Pub, which has been a superb dining destination for over 50 years in the Hamptons, is sure to establish itself as a new hot spot destination in the neighborhood.  

The menu boasts quite a medley of delectable dishes including, but not limited to, entrees like their savory prime steaks, succulent rack of lamb, and juicy roasted chicken; the freshest seafood plates such as branzino, salmon, scallops, and jumbo shrimp; a raw bar featuring fresh plump oysters and crisp king crab legs; and delicious sides like their creamed spinach and roasted cauliflower.

Owner Joseph DeCristofaro proudly brings Old Stove Pub to New York City in 2022, at a perfect time when the Big Apple is re-establishing itself as the world's dining capital. For good reason, the successful eatery is legendary among culinary aficionados in the east and has attracted celebrities, CEOs, families, and first dates.

The welcoming atmosphere DeCristofaro has created complements the needs of the foodie while appreciating the value of an incredible atmosphere. The new Manhattan location offers quality steaks and entrees that will rival the best steakhouses in the city, as well as an immaculate setting with a comfortable dining room and outdoor seating.

With dinner service running from 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm on Tuesday through Sunday, guests can enjoy the steakhouse that carries a Mediterranean flair.

Originally known as Flynn's Inn, the Hamptons restaurant changed hands several times before becoming Old Stove Pub in 1969. Old Stove Pub was originally a Greek Restaurant that DeCristofaro re-opened in 2020 after it fell into hard times following a two-year closure.  After years of changing hands and neglect, the structure was aesthetically worn-down and out of business. DeCristofaro was aware of the prestige and potential of the establishment and brought life back to the restaurant.  

Born and raised in Southampton local himself, and part time Upper East Side resident, DeCristofaro is a restauranter as well as a notable real estate developer. With an aptitude for home renovation and design, he quickly put together a team to revitalize the iconic Hamptons eatery and before long it was better than the original.

DeCristofaro has now brought that same focus and determination to Midtown Manhattan as Old Stove Pub will be a destination for foodies and locals alike. With delightful entrees for dinner to fun and family-oriented brunches with live music, the new venue on First Avenue is sure to shine above the competition.

For more information, visit: www.oldstovepub.com


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