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4 based on 254 reviews
First they were right on time with our reservation on a busy Friday evening. Immediately showed attention. Javier, our waiter, was excellent. A group of four for dinner. I had the Bitoque a âPortuguesaâ for the first time and it was quite good. Two of the others had filet mignon on the roof tile and it was amazing. The potatoes and all were very good. Of course, we must order sangria, and it was excellent - $27 for a large pitcher, not sure if bargain or not, but very good. Although we did not have dessert, it was very extensive. We hung out at the bar after and there was plenty of elbow room and friendly tenders. Thanks
3 based on 33 reviews
Sure enough, the management of the Classified (in partnership with the United Airlines) jumped on the trend wagon of attracting customers by the advertized 'secrecy' and exclusivity. This is the same trend that caused to spring to life numerous 'secret', unmarked, by-invitations-only restaurants, pop-ups, and speakeasies of our days. The human nature equals anything exclusive with highly prized and desirable. In reality, the 'exclusive' Classified is actually a part of the Saison restaurant (in the back of which the Classified is located), open to wide public. The Classified is staffed with the same employees as the Saison. The Saison, in its turn, is owned by the same corporation OTG that owns the Classified and dozens of other restaurants, both in Newark and other North-American airports. That is not to say anything denigrating about the Classified. First and foremost: the food is very good, and as far as the airport food is concerned, the Classified occupies one of the top spots, even with the proliferation of the fine dining establishments in the world airports. There are more than numerous options for every taste, the service is very polite and obliging, and the comfort for your pre-flight is incomparable. Just for the perk of avoiding the hustle and bustle and the noisiness and the constant commotion the Classified should be given a due credit. After presenting yourself to one of the Saison employees, you are being escorted through a corridor to a completely separated area with comfortable seating and tables arranged in two rows, one facing the airfield, and the opposite one is facing the wall. Certainly, we would recommend you the row facing the windows offering the opportunity to watch the planes take off and land. The ordering and payment is done via tablets mounted on each table. The payment could be done via credit card (the double card readers are mounted on your table as well) or you can pay using your United miles, which can be done on the tablet. The comfortable restrooms are located in the hallway, right before the doors leading to the Classified. The prices are not that bad, even though somewhat on a pricier side. Our breakfast included a STEAK & EGGS (6 oz. Steak, 2 Eggs Any Style, Breakfast Potatoes/$24) and FARM OMELETTE (Caramelized Onions, Mushrooms, Goat Cheese, 3 Egg Omelette/$16). Both choices were very good. Finally, the Classified is accessible from every terminal in Newark. We were departing to Canada from Terminal A and with the Classified located in the Terminal C, we had some trouble figuring out how to get to the restaurant. The web search yielded advices to board the airtrain. That's wrong, you can't take the airtrain once beyond the security checkpoint. But the shuttle bus is the way to go. Once in Terminal A, facing the airside, keep left towards Gate A28, take the stairs down, go outside and board one of the shuttle buses. Once arriving to Terminal C, take the stairs up, and you will find yourself by the Gate C71, from where it is a short walk to the Gate C120, where the Classified is located.
4 based on 30 reviews
During a short stay in Newark, a good ole' friend recommended this place and it was it was an excellent choice! AWESOME service, great atmosphere, good prices and the food was pretty good as well! The Caipirinhas were off the hook, music was a bit too loud, but it was part of the vibe! Great night to remember and Mr. Adams helped a lot!
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