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Sparks Steak House

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Established  1966
City  New York City
Postal/ZIP code  10017
Food type  Steak
State  New York
Sparks Steak House
Street address  210 East 46th Street (between Second Avenue and Third Avenue) in Midtown Manhattan

The Sparks Steak House is a steakhouse restaurant located at 210 East 46th Street (between Second Avenue and Third Avenue) in Midtown Manhattan, New York City.



The restaurant was founded by brothers Pasquale (Pat) and Mike Cetta in 1966. It was originally located at 123 East 18th Street, but moved to its current location in 1977. Pat had a heart attack and died in his apartment on the evening of January 24, 2000.

Gambino crime family boss Paul Castellano and underboss Thomas Bilotti were gunned down near its entrance in 1985. The hit was given under the orders of John Gotti.


In 2003, Wine Spectator gave a Restaurant Awards to Sparks Steak House.

In 2004, New York Magazine gave it the award of the Best Places to eat in New York City.

In 2005, New York Magazine – Adam Platt’s – Where to Eat 2005.

In 2005, GQ Magazine votes Sparks Steak House in the top 10 Restaurants That Still Matter.

In 2007, Sparks Steakhouse is voted The Greatest Steakhouse in Manhattan, New York by Yahoo.

In 2010, Sparks Steak House is voted one of the top 100 restaurants in America.

In 2013, Zagats gave it a food rating of 26, and ranked it the # 2 steakhouse in New York City.


Sparks Steak House Wikipedia

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