Ate here once and would go back. friendly staff and good food, not far from the New Yorker Hotel. Good night all round.
an upstairs location small and tables sited close together. The food we ordered was not the best, spare ribs overloaded with a sticky gunge which stayed with us for a few days. Plenty of other eateries around so once was enough
This is your typical TGI Friday eating experience, with the standard menu, etc. Staff were pleasant and relatively attentive and the service was prompt. However, the place was rather dingy and the carpets, especially, didn't look to clean and need to be replaced. The table I was seated at wobbled badly and although the waitress noticed this, she did nothing... More
We only ate here because we were starving and nothing else was opened. we ate at the bar, it smelt like a wet rag and the atmosphere was very dingy. service was good and the food was all right. nothing to rave on about. I had a regular beef burger.
Poor quality, Over priced food and drinks, ($10.00 for draft beer), poor service, dark, unfriendly, won't be back to this location. Wrong orders
We thought this was very expensive for what we had. Service wasn't the best either, and my meal came out with the wrong sides. We weren't really expecting anything great anyway, but we had literally just arrived in NYC after a long flght and really couldn't be bothered trying to find somewhere else
Dont know what all the negative reviews are for. The only thing bad I could say was it was a little bit dirty with some seats right next to an open cleaning cupboard. Which we had to move from. The service was very freindly and made us feel comfortable. Workers checked up on us regurlarly and we had no long... More
The restaurant is just across the road from the hotel. We had an evening meal and ordered the steak and prawn from the menu. The American taste is so good and we liked to visit again. The only problem is we ordered the punch from the menu but too much alcohol in the drink which we could not finished.
I would avoid unless you are desperate. The food this evening (nachos and skins) lacked flavour and were rubbery...maybe they were heated up. The drinks mohito, one piece of mint and overly sweet and red wine - like vinegar were awful. The decor is dirty and dated. I feel sorry for the staff who have to work there.
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