Gallaghers is a classic New York Steakhouse that has been located in Manhattan’s Theater district since 1927. In its 90+ year history, it has attracted a glamorous Manhattan mix of Broadway icons, sports stars, politicians, moguls, socialites and generations of New York families.
228 W52 Street New York, NY 10019
Guests are welcome in a wide variety of attire – from elegant casual to business suits. Shorts are accepted, but discouraged. We respectfully request that you refrain from wearing, sports jerseys and tank tops.
Guests are to remove their hats in the dining room.
Which bus should I take to get to?
M7, M20 - W 53rd and 7th Ave,
M50 - W 50th and 7th Ave.
M20, M104 - W 52nd and 8th Ave.
Icon Parking 207 West 52nd Street (52nd between Broadway and 7th)
The Log Flame & Hickory icon combines two of Gallaghers most distinctive features.
The flame above the logs pays tribute to our hickory coal grills—unique among all the restaurants in New York as the only way we cook our steak.
The logs echo the bold design of the restaurant’s chandeliers—dating back to 1940s. Crafted from hickory logs notched across each other and suspended from the ceiling, all fourteen chandeliers have been artfully restored and rehung in their original place of honor in the dining room.