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The decor was kitschy and loud, and so were the t.v.'s behind the bar, but all in all, this is a decent place with decent food at decent prices. We got there early after seeing Les Mis and had no trouble getting seated, but the...More
Like many restaurants on the 9th avenue strip in Hell's Kitchen Vinyl caters to a young, hip crowd and is quite busy. The restaurant is small inside (and quite loud when we visited) and has a small sidewalk dining patio. The interior is music themed...More
The menu is not extensive, but that's not a problem, quite on the contrary, it can be an advantage, you order and it takes only a few minutes. Also, there's a little of everything, so, if you're starving, like I was, this is the place....More
My good friend Edgar took me and my boyfriend and his sons to this nice restaurant. My boyfriend and his kids had never been to NYC. They had their first dinner in NYC at Vinyl and they loved it. It is a nice restaurant in...More
We were a rather large group of 12 and we each enjoyed what we ordered. The menu has some different choices. I ordered the kung pao tacos and they were delicious, hubby ordered edamame falafel and he loved it also. The service was very good...More
My friends and I were looking for a fun but economical restaurant. We stumbled upon Vinyl, and I'm very glad that we did. The menu was bizarre, but it had something for everyone. Our waiter was so nice (and very cute), and we had a...More
"OK" sums up this restaurant in a nutshell. Overall this restaurant was OK, prices were good, food and service were OK, decor was OK. Not the best place on my trip, but may go back for their citchy cocktails.
We were actually going to a restaurant next door, but our five minute wait turned into 25, and se we decided to poke our head into this place, and had a no wait seating (and on Friday night no less). A good start! We had...More
What’s in a name? In this case it is the unique title of “Triangle Below Canal Street” that became a popular nickname in the 1970s. An attractive neighbourhood filled with handsome lofts on the edge of the Financial District, this lovely slice of Manhattan offers plenty of fine dining experiences and art galleries. Plus, it’s home to the city’s most exciting film event, the Tribeca Film Festival, that takes
place here every year. TriBeCa is a great place to take a leisurely stroll before stopping into one of the many local restaurants or bars for a satisfying meal and cocktail. You’ll see families out for an afternoon walk, and don’t be surprised to come up with the occasional celebrity sighting. With such a great vibe, many of the city’s most famous residents call this neighbourhood home.