The Lobster Club is a Japanese Brasserie by Major Food Group. It was designed by Peter Marino in collaboration with Major Food Group to celebrate a unique interpretation of Japanese cuisine. Classic techniques like tempura, gyoza, yakitori and robata are on display, along with a focus on Teppanyaki and Sushi. The Lobster Club sources fish directly from Tokyo’s Tsukiji market in order to ensure the highest level of quality. Everything on the menu is designed to be shared, with the focus on food and fun, not formality.

The Lobster Club is the first restaurant in America to be designed by world renowned architect Peter Marino. Peter has designed, commissioned, and selected every item in the room, from the uniforms and floors, to the original Picasso Plates and Marino-designed Picasso inspired sculptures, to the chopsticks and bar stools.

The Lobster Club occupies the onetime home of The Brasserie, the storied 1980s eatery that brought Downtown cool to Midtown with its around-the-clock service, anything-can-happen atmosphere, and famously fun crowd. That spirit will infuse The Lobster Club.

Guests are encouraged to dress for the occasion. Any guest who does not appear sufficiently well-presented may be refused entry. Tailored shorts are permitted indoor and outdoors. Athletic wear and baseball caps are kindly prohibited.