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Posted by anonymous on 05/23/2013
On my second visit, I ordered the same item as on my first visit, because it was excellent: Roesti with Gravlax (smoked salmon). However, this time, there was just a hint of sour cream (did they run out of it?) and only a few tiny sprigs of dill on top. It was certainly not the same quality item I experienced the first time. My neighbor ordered pea soup. After tasting a couple of spoons, she decided to leave the rest, because it had no flavor! The food is expensive for what you are getting, basically an appetizer. So quality is important! Why would the famous chef, Marcus Samuelsson, risk his reputation on substandard food is beyond me! NYC restaurants come and go. Bad quality food and restaurants don't survive!
Posted by margs on 05/05/2012
Went to the movies at Lincoln Center, needed quick lunch.Had one of the best salads ever. Ramp salad with fresh asparagus, peas, ramps and a magical green "ramp" dressing. The BLT was also perfection. Now I'm trying to figure out how to make it.
Posted by Allen on 02/11/2010
at65 is a stunner - the cafe wrapped in walls of glass is so cool! My wife and I had the prix fixe 3 course for $20 and could not have been more pleased - those casserole entrees - chicken pot pie we had - are yummy. One of the best casual spots aroundf Lincoln Center for us!
Posted by susan on 01/28/2010
I went yesterday and was really not impressed with the food or the service. It is pricey with small portions and the soup tasted as though it came straight from a can. I admit it's a nice place to sit and there is internet connection but we won't be going again for anything other than coffee.
Posted by Neighbor on 06/24/2009
Great Food & Drinks while people watching and great views. well priced for the neighborhood and great specialty drinks. Friendly Staff.
Posted by Harvey E. Phillips on 05/10/2009
While one doesn’t expect gourmet dining under these circumstances, one at least expects availability, i.e., that the restaurant would be open beyond 8:00 PM, to coincide with when many Lincoln Center events have yet to begin or are just letting out. The food is barely acceptable and annoyingly overpriced. A recent pre-tax tab of $34 brought two small dishes (one had to be returned for further microwaving) and a glass of wine, but no bread was allowed ($1 surcharge). People are chased from tables, even when unoccupied, if they have only ordered a drink. Others are admonished to order quickly or vacate the table even if, as in the case I observed, a woman was organizing $500 in ticket purchases she had just made at the hall’s box office, even though plenty of other tables were empty and she had assured the waiter that she was intending to order. The restaurant seems to be run for the convenience of its management, not for the public. Lincoln Center painfully needs an affordable, welcoming, convenient dining locale. This is not it, and it’s distressing to see a huge opportunity to fill this need being missed.
Posted by Ashamed of my neighbors on 02/26/2009
A nice new addition to the Lincoln Square area - especially the bar. BUT. This cafe needs to do something about the lighting. Like sitting on the set of a TV show - bright and blazing. If you can stand the theater crowd and sunburn-inducing lighting - then make the trip to this new place. The drinks are great!