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Posted by Rick on 08/06/2014
If you're in grand central, great place to stop for a burger and a beer.
Posted by Bert on 02/28/2013
Went for dinner with a friend. I had the Caesar salad appetizer. We each ordered the salmon entree. Caesar salad was delicious. The portion of salmon was generous, unlike the stingy portion I'm used to getting in other places. My baked potato was excellent; it came wrapped in foil and was perfectly done. My friend had rice, and found it quite good. The string beans we each had were fresh and perfectly cooked. The desserts were great. I had the apple pie, which was served warm, rather than coming out of a refrigerator. My friend's rice pudding was impressive, and not too sweet. Bread wasn't served, and we didn't ask for it; because the portions were generous we didn't require bread as filler. The waitress was very nice, and the prices were very reasonable. The only minus was the loud voices coming from the bar area. I'm looking forward to returning.
Posted by Mary on 11/30/2012
I've been a few times- food is decent for sandwiches etc., never had a problem there but the waitstaff should all find a new career in a back room somewhere so they don't have to crack a smile because it might kill them
Posted by Mike P on 10/16/2011
The food is decent if you want to get something new Grand Central. I found staff to be very cold. It's almost like you're bothering them by ordering. Maybe it was because I was alone so there wasn't going to be a big bill to get tips out of. But that's no excuse. Conways next door is more friendly.
Posted by Liam on 04/02/2010
It's in Midtown so it's worth a visit. The Pub and Restaurant two doors down is Conway's.
Posted by anonymous on 11/25/2009
I come here quite often. Generally it's alright; no-frills, crowded during peak times and bar-tenders that play by their own rules (read: they're probably friendly outside their job). I've had more good experiences than bad (the worst being a waitress throwing our food at us and storming off). If they loosened their collars a little, the place would probably be "moore" appealing.
Posted by Renee and Barbara from Dublin on 02/13/2009
We were on holidays, best Irish Pub Restraurant we've been in. Apple pie was homemade and delicious, waiting staff all Irish and very friendly, would recommend it...