10 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10019
(212) 823- 9500
Porter House New York
DescriptionPorter House New York is a restaurant on the fourth floor of the Time Warner Building in Manhattan.
Elevators or escalators provide access.
The restaurant's entrance is a short distance from the elevators.
The double doors are open.
The restaurant's floor is wood.
There is space between the tables.
The restroom is in the rear. It has an easily accessible handicapped stall with a sink.
Good food, service, and pleasant staff!
- Doors: Double open
Number of floors: 1
Elevators: from lobby of Time Warner Bldg
Location of restrooms: rear of restaurant
Type of restroom: multi-stall, handicapped accessible stall
Ease of entry and exit: very easy
Friendliness of staff: very accomodating
I traveled to Manhattan to attend a birthday party at Porter House New York.
The restaurant is located on the fourth floor of the Time Warner Building at Columbus Circle. Access to the floor is either by escalators or elevators. When I exited the elevator onto the smooth tile floor it was only a short distance to the open double door entrance of this beautiful establishment
The restaurant is spacious, with wood floors and room between the tables. We were seated at two round tables to accommodate our party. The waitress in charge went out of her way to make our experience memorable. The rest of the wait staff could not have been better. Since it was a party, the menu was limited, but everything we were served was delicious. There were eighteen women at this party and not one complaint. I think that says it all!
The restroom was very close to where we were seated. The large, separate, handicapped accessible stall is directly behind the door and includes a sink.
We all had a wonderful time. The next time I am on the west side of Manhattan, I plan to return for lunch or dinner. I will try to get a table by the window to enjoy the beautiful view of New York City.
As always, we at Destination Accessible, advise you to check a venue’s website, www.porterhousenewyork.com, when planning a visit, to “know before you go.”