Frankie & Johnnie’s steakhouse on 37th street is located in a two story former townhouse of legendary stage and screen actor John Barrymore. The decor if this location was designed to compliment John Barrymore’s Study Room with its working fireplace, stained glass ceiling panels and dark mahogany walls.
We will re-open Indoor Dining
Friday, Feb 12 and Valentine's Weekend
Friday, Saturday & Sunday 4pm - 10pm
32 West 37th Street,
New York, NY 10018
reservations at 37
In the heart of the Theater District just off 8th Ave. on 46th St, the restaurant is a celebrated Broadway fixture. A New York Institution, Frankie & Johnnie’s Steakhouse is the longest running show on Broadway (as well as one of the city’s oldest continued dining establishments) having first opened as a speakeasy in 1926.
Temporary closed. Please check for updates
320 West 46th Street,
New York, NY 10036
reservations at 46
Frankie & Johnnies’s Steakhouse is situated in the center of town surrounded by quaint antique shops and fashionable boutiques. The restaurant is located in the historic Rye Trust Bank building. Frankie & Johnnie’s/Rye is walking distance from Metro North train station and is easily accessible from 95, 287 or Hutchinson Parkway.
HOURS (50% Capacity)
LUNCH: Tuesday - Friday 12pm - 3pm
Sunday 12pm - 3pm
DINNER: Tuesday - Saturday 5pm - 10pm
Sunday & Monday 5pm - 9pm
77 Purchase Street,
Rye, NY 10580
reservations at RYE
37th ST. VIrtual Tour
Frankie and Johnnie’s Steakhouse began as a speakeasy in New York City in 1926
Legend has it that to gain access to the original speakeasy patrons knocked on the unmarked door and used the password “Frankie” when a small peephole was opened. If it was business as usual, a confirmation reply of “Johnnie” was heard and admittance was gained. Hence, the Frankie & Johnnie moniker.
Following the repeal of prohibition the restaurant became a steakhouse and an institution famous for steaks and chops.