This 130 seat restaurant combines classic steakhouse influences with elevated sophistication. Royal 35’s impressively high ceilings, mahogany wood walls, and dark leather tufted banquets create a rich yet inviting atmosphere. Behind the grand wooden door entrance, is an oak wood bar followed by a corridor lined with oversized circular banquettes. Wine bottles adorn the walls all around the restaurant and an impressively large glass meat locker is on display.
Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 11pm
Saturday: 4pm - 11pm
Sunday: 4pm - 10pm
Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 4pm
Monday - Saturday: 4pm - 11pm
Sunday: 4pm - 10pm
Meet the Team
General Manager Alfred Cetaj has over 20 years of experience in the hospitality industry, Alfred Cetaj has managed some of the world’s most recognizable steakhouses such as Monkey Bar, Strip House NYC and Mastro’s Steakhouse. Alfred has taken his unparalleled experience in the steakhouse world and combined his own unique vision to create Royal 35 Steakhouse
Cetaj has brought over Adam Sinanaj, the former manager of Ben & Jacks Steakhouse for the last seven years, as a managing partner. Sinanaj’s world has always revolved around the restaurant industry with his brothers and cousins all involved in steakhouses such as Empire, Wolfgang’s and Ben & Jack’s.
With over 48 years of experience behind the bar, Royal 35 welcomes head bartender and partner, Sherif Nezaj. Sherif started bartending in 1969 at Mamaleones where he served regulars like Frank Sinatra and Joe Namath. From there, he bartended at the notorious Sparks Steakhouse in NYC from 1979-1984. Sherif then opened Il Monello Restaurant, an upper east side Italian favorite, which he managed and owned for 22 years. Following the close of Il Monello, Sherif went back to the steakhouse world where he was head bartender at Wolfgang’s Steakhouse for the last six years. Now he joins the Royal 35 team behind the bar full-time.
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Veterans from Strip House, Ben & Jack’s and others are opening this 130-seat homage to meat and seafood. The beef is aged in-house on Himalayan salt blocks for 35 days and is offered in eight- to 76-ounce portions on the classic New York steakhouse menu.
Come for the steak, stay for the hospitality. At Royal 35, a sophisticated new chophouse in Midtown, you’ll be treated like royalty. The customer service was just as good as the juicy double porterhouse for two dry-aged in-house for 35 days in Himalayan salt.
The classic steakhouse features a mahogany walled dining room with dark leather banquets
and an upper level private dining room that overlooks the ground floor.
Big rooms of dry-aged beef. Seafood towers that are less towers than landscapes full of oysters, shrimp and lobster that all look like they were alive very recently. More proof that bacon is on its way back to ubiquity, maybe in a classier way this time around.
Royal 35 Steakhouse offers gift cards for all occasions.
The perfect gift for friends and family.
Only to be used when the recipient is present. Non-transferable. This card cannot be redeemed for cash or replaced if lost or stolen.