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American Girl Place
Posted by Bruce on 12/31/2013
Cheap pizza and raw fish. $320.00 with tip for 4 adults and 4 kids. We got rushed to eat. What a waste of money
Posted by Katie on 12/26/2012
I haven't been to this dinner but my BFF Christine says it is wonderful so I take her advice cuz she is usually right so I say excellent she also says it is a kid friendly enviv
Posted by Phyllis on 10/17/2011
We have been coming here since my granddaughter was 2 years old, we come every Christmas and have never been dissapointed, she brought Bitty Baby with her each time. This year she is 7 and will bring her American Girl Doll (she named Gracie). The atmosphere is not only a treat for little girls but also for the adults. My daughter-in-laws both enjoyed it as much as my granddaugthter. We have also come with friends and their granddaughters and everyone was well pleased. Keep up the good work
Posted by Em's Mom on 07/06/2010
The experience at AG cafe was excellent. The "Warm Welcome" of cinnamon buns was a very pleasant surprise. This was followed by an appetizer tray full of yummy items for adults, kids, and of course dolls. Drinks came with the meal but my daughter opted for a Shirley Temple which was $3.25. I had a lemonade which was refilled three times. The menu had numerous choices for children and adults but you had to figure out for yourself which was which. My meal of roasted chicken with sides of roasted sweet potatoes and green beans with carrot sticks was top notch. My daughters baked chicken tenders and macaroni and cheese was a superior kids' meal. For the price of $26 a meal and the quality of the food, I was very pleased. I may go back without my daughter or doll. It was a much better meal than the ones I've had in theme restaurants in NYC.
Posted by RMH on 09/01/2008
I decided to take my daughters, ages 4 & 5 to the American Girl Place, NYC. I called the 2 days before my visit and was told there were no reservations open, but I could go to the AG Cafe upon my arrival as they do leave a % of tables open for walkins. I did just that - I arrived around 10:15 am and secured a lunch reservation for 12:30. Check in was at 12:15 for lunch and you obtain a table number and wait in line. The 15 minutes went by quickly and we were escorted to our table by a waiter who first asked "How many dolls in your party?". We went past the main dining area to a back room which held 4 tables. The decor was lovely, black and white striped wallks with pink accents and curtains. I did not mind not being in the main area as this back room was much quieter. We were greeted by a friendly waiter almost immediately, who plced warm cinnamon buns on the table and took our drink orders. Chocolate milk for the children, iced tea for me and pink lemondade for Dad. Next was 1st couse which consisted of a fruit/cheese and vegetable platter. The food was fresh and the dip was yummy. Main course for us consisted of macaroni and cheese, which comes with carrots and applesauce, mini bites for dad, which is fries, a mini hotdog and hamburger- it should be noted that while tasty, is really portioned for a child, not a grown man. And a turkey and brie wrap with a green salad for me. All was fresh and delicious. Dessert was the best part. it consisted of a pink frosted sugar cookie, chocolate mouse in a flower pot, and a pink strawberry pound cake. A lot of food and the price is reasonable for what you get - $24 a person- My children did not finish their main course, but for all the food that was given, they ate pretty good. Our experience lasted about an hour, so the food does just keep coming. If your daughter is into the AG Dolls, definitely worth the trip!