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Posted by bcantu on 12/11/2006
What a great surprise. In town for business and this place was recommended by some of my associates. The entrees were excellent and some were filled with good old comfort qualities. The service was top notch. Everyone was friendly and went out of their way to make sure we were well taken care of. The atmosphere is casual/metro/elegant. You notice the attention given to the smallest details. The owner was on hand and had some great recommendations. As one knows you always say no to desserts but mean yes and in this case we wanted more. So we came back a second night. Everything was just as good. We will definately be back.
Posted by Stacey on 11/09/2006
This is our regular dinner/brunch hangout--great food, great atmosphere--we've never had a bad meal there. Highly recommend the shortribs and chicken quesadillas and any of the desserts. Whenever we have people in town, this is the place we take them and it's always a hit.
Posted by nycfoodlover on 11/08/2006
i celebrated my birthday at this hip yet cozy tenth ave. gem and had a blast. the food was some of the best i've tasted in the city-if you go, you MUST get the lobster taco. my filet, too, was so enjoyable i may have licked the plate. i say may because after two or three of their "broadway booze" cocktails, i started to really loosen up. to top it all off, our waiter(the waitstaff is very attentive and gracious) surprised us with desserts, including a chocolate souffle so rich we ordered another one. i would definately recommend this place to anyone looking for a relaxed night out while still getting stellar food.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/10/2006
I totally agree with the other reviewers. I went there years ago and the food was better and more reasonably priced. The value has gone downhill and so has the quality. Pass on this one.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/26/2006
Excellent short ribs, best quesadillas around.
Posted by discerned on 04/26/2006
I've been to 44 & X a few times over the past few years, and it has gone downhill. We went to 44 1/2 (which is affiliated with 44 & X) when it first opened and loved it. My suggestion: If you're going to go all the way over to 10th ave, go to 44 1/2...the food is just as good (if not better), but the service is far superior with a much more inviting ambiance.
Posted by John from Chelsea on 10/19/2005
Short and sweet: too expensive for what it is!