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Posted by Veronica on 11/18/2014
A quiet decently priced tasty Italian in Times Square/Midtown West! A real treat to have a solid inexpensive meal before going to the theatre. The servers couldn't have been more solicitous, and we enjoyed all of our dishes. So glad to have a nice meal in a low-key place and not be overcharged for it.
Posted by JH on 02/28/2014
I've passed by here forever, and finally went in for lunch. I got a veggie burger, a side of spinach, and a side of roasted root vegetables. I have high standards, and I found the ingredients fresh, the preparation careful, and the service friendly. It wasn't a GROUNDBREAKING meal that changed my life or opened up new horizons - but it was good food for a good price, and I'll be back for sure! I appreciate their healthy options, and that they make sure to have lots of choices and add-ons like avocado and sweet potato in stock, even if they aren't super busy as others pointed out. Running an independent restaurant in NYC is definitely not easy, and as a small business owner myself, I want to support those who do it, and work hard at it!
Posted by Sara on 05/20/2013
I ordered a burger for delivery, thought it was delicious. Got it with sweet onions, avocado and cheddar cheese. They delivered it relatively fast -- under a half hour.
Posted by tina on 02/26/2013
Tried the burgers and just OK. small and nothing special. lots of better burgers in town for the same or less money. waitress was sweet, but..no experience. restaurant was empty and still took a long time to order and get our food. when food arrived, the fries weren't even hot. Good onion rings though. took 3x to get the check correct (actually had to go find her.)
Posted by greenbox on 10/22/2012
For quite some time I've been looking for a restaurant to replace the late, great Lou's Cafe, a place where I can get real food before the theater without it being such a big meal that I burp through the show. So I tried 1 Vizio. The "1" in the name must be because people only come here once. Upon entering this tiny restaurant one sees a rack of wine bottles on one wall. Very promising. So, may I have a wine list? They don't have one. Ask the waitress. OK, what wines do you have. Red and white. Names of reds? (I was thinking brands.) Answer: merlot. Obviously we were going nowhere with the wine. How about beer? Budweiser, Coors, Miller. Only the usual suspects, nothing so exotic as Sam Adams or Blue Moon. So I ordered coffee to go with my rare bison burger. The burger was appropriately rare, but I couldn't swear it was bison. Personally, I prefer bison as steak and it has a different taste and texture than beef. This burger could have been beef, but I couldn't swear to that. The coffee was dreadful. The waitress brought my check and didn't ask if I wanted dessert Maybe they don't offer dessert. Whatever, I'd already made up my mind not to try to salvage this depressing meal.
Posted by Delighted Patron on 10/21/2012
The restaurant is small but nice. There were 6 of us and we all enjoyed whatever we ordered. The appetizer salads were huge! 3 ppl had fish dishes, 1 had the shrimp parm, 1 had strip steak and 1 pork chop. We got the complete meals for 17.50, you can't go wrong. Will go back, for sure.
Posted by anonymous on 01/12/2012
Last night, my husband had the kobe burger and fries- both excellent. I had the tuna- very good quality, cooked perfectly and served with carmelized onions and fresh mango chutney. This with a side of fresh made mashed potatoes and steamed veges for 13.50! The wine selections was very limited but at 5.25 per glass, we didn't mind. Very cozy atmosphere and attentive waiter made this dinner very enjoyable.