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Posted by Anonymous on 07/15/2005
We were pleasantly surprised at the quality of the food and the size of the portions. We actually took doggie bags to the theater. Our server was pleasant. The location was very convenient to our theater. We all shared one of their platters as a starter and couldn't finish it. All in all, a place we would return to for a pre-theater dinner. The noise level would make me hesitate before going there to dine and converse.
Posted by Janet on 06/29/2005
was a little too busy. My daughter and I were in NYC for the first time in our lives, and we chose this place to enjoy a wonderful meal. They delivered. I would have liked to have had a refill on my coffee (one of my pet peeves). The scampi was out of this world. We would go back.
Posted by still hungry.... on 05/25/2005
My sister and I picked this place before a concert we were going to. The place was still empty at 6 but for some reason they had trouble seating us. We both felt the place was too fancy for their own good, serving bread piled high with tongs and god forbid you wanted a little extra cheese on the pasta or a glass of wine....My filet of sole dish was good, but paper thin for about 22 bucks. nothing comes with it either. Not worth the price.
Posted by Margherita on 04/12/2005
After a Carnegie Hall performance last Sat. my husband and I stopped in for a quick bite. We sat at the bar, the bartendar was pleasant and quick to take our order. We ordered drinks then placed our food order. I wanted the "Insalata Toscana" which listed fava beans as one of the main ingredients. The salad arrives, not ONE fava bean in sight, the rest of the salad consisted of a transparent 2x2 inch piece of pecorino cheese, two slices of prosciutto and chopped walnuts and chopped romaine. Sorry but for $8.95 I want fava beans! If a restaurant runs out of an item, take if off the menu or let the client know they're not getting what they ordered. My husband had the small ravioli portion, (3 ravioli) I'd say that's small but not a small price tag to go with it.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/11/2005
This place was a great surprise....I expected the worst considering the location, but really a great dining experience.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/04/2005
I was soooo looking forward to this meal. Went with some friends to celebrate my birthday. The hot new place in the theatre district to eat, and I just love Red Eye Grill and their other restaurants. Well, this place did not live up to it's hype and could definitely use some improvements. First, even though we were seated in the back, it was very noisy. Second, the service was poor. We arrived early for our 6PM reservation and because of mix-ups, delays and errors we barely made our curtain. My friends had ordered a cake, but we didn't even have time for coffee. Two dishes had to be sent back because they were undercooked (pink chicken), and one of the dishes was not prepared the way it was described on the menu. But because it was served so late, there was no time to change it, and our waiter was not happy about even having to look into it. All of the servers seemed very confused. For the price, I expected alot better.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/28/2005
I recently visited the restaurant for the first time for my birthday on the recommendation of a close friend. I could not have been treated better. My server JD was outgoing and tons of fun. And the surprise at the end of the meal made it a meal to remember. I have already taken it upon myself to recommend this restaurant to my clients and felt inspired to recommend it to you as well! Try them out and you won?t be disappointed.