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Cafe Edison (CLOSED)

At Hotel Edison
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  • American (Traditional), Diners & Coffee Shops
  • 228 W 47th St, New York NY10036 40.7597055 -73.9858948
  • (Btwn Broadway & 8th Ave)
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  • (212) 840-5000
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User Ratings (Based on 32 reviews)

Food 3.9 Value 4.1
Service 3.4 Atmosphere 3.8

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 840-5000
Cash Only
Mon-Sat: 6am-9pm Sun: 6am-6pm
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Cheap Eats, Pre/Post Theater, Wheelchair Friendly, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Cafe Edison

    Posted by Lee Roy on 03/10/2011

    Great Eats in an "A" rated Restaurant

    Love the soups. They are as thick as stew.

  • Cafe Edison

    Posted by JustEatIt on 02/28/2011

    Just don't make them like they used to!

    Certainly a legend of the theater world. This has been my consistent "go-to" spot for the better part of 2 decades! The matzo ball is always a hit. No one else comes close to the blintzes. Of course, it has its blemishes, but there just isnt any place left like this place!

  • Cafe Edison

    Posted by thom on 01/10/2011

    Classic New York

    Great place with good, no frills food. Used to be the main dining room for the hotel back in the day--now a strange mix of architectural grandeur and coffee shop chic. Check it out.

  • Cafe Edison

    Posted by Jessica on 12/19/2010

    Good diner good, great value!

    The Edison is my favorite place in all of NYC, and I feel the same way about Cafe Edison. It's nothing fancy or frilly but it is great diner food that fast and well priced.

  • Cafe Edison

    Posted by NYC Foodie on 12/12/2010

    Real Food not a Tourist Trap

    Love the place. Been coming since I was a little boy, now bringing my son and wife. Great food, Great staff, Great prices. Just be careful they like to incorporate the tip into the check. Other than that get a bowl of matzo ball soup and take a trip back to a more simple NYC.

  • Cafe Edison

    Posted by anonymous on 11/28/2010

    Pretty bad

    We walked in and instantly saw plants in empty Paint buckets, employees speaking in Spanish (which made me feel very unwelcome and we weren't even greeted.), paint peeling of the walls, and a 6.00 minimum fee per person. Trust me, that's the ONLY way this place must still be around suring this economy. (the 6.00 min. fee) Okay, atmophere can be a turnoff but the food might be good. No. Then we ordered. The food was anything but good. I do not reccommend this place. We had to pay a minimum of 18 dollars (there were three of us) and it was not worth it. (In fact we ended up paying more than that) which orginally would not be bad for Manhattan but still, I felt pressured like I could pick what I wanted to eat. Don't waste your time or money.

  • Cafe Edison

    Posted by Maureen on 07/01/2010

    Great Unknown Place to Eat

    We loved this place it had a great atmosphere and best of all was fast efficent and just what we were looking for. I heard about it and I was not sure it would be as good as it sounds but it exceeded my expectations. We had 4 people and 3 of us had the roast beef sandwich and we all thought it was the best one we had ever had. The fourth person was also very pleased with her meal. If you are here i reccomend that you check it out it is also in a very convinent location.

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