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Posted by Sam L. on 04/15/2008
Craftbar is simply everything I look for in a restaurant..welcoming abiance, professional, friendly service staff, and amazingly creative food. Except for the wines, which are pricy, I found the food to be well priced..especially for the quality. Dined there with my wife and daughter, and shared the chickpea fries, and fondue to start both my wife and I had the veal meatballs..they were just amazing. Shared the sundae and sugar rum cake..with one drink each, came to about $65 pp. It was packed on a Tuesday night. What an amazing dining experience, that I hope to repeat soon!
Posted by Car & Jar on 04/07/2008
Our experience was good overall- the food was delicious, we had ravioli, steak and corn fritters- all recommended. For dessert, we had the brown sugar pineapple cake which was incredible. Staff was not too attentive. A nice night out but if you are used to great service, this is not the best place to go.
Posted by native on 04/06/2008
Took 2 cousins to Craft along with husband and 9 year old. Not too many choices for child (except for chicken soup and ice cream sundae) but everyone else enjoyed - especially the sea bass. Portions not large but well produced.
Posted by CZ Guest on 03/16/2008
I've been to CraftBar several times. Last night was the first in a while though and I was wondering if it was still as good as I remembered. It was!! We were sat immediately for our 8:30 reservation, The service was excellent and the food just as good. The rice balls were a great starter as was the polenta. The Veal breast was perfect and the other entrees ordered by the table all looked just as good. It's nice to return to a restaurant after time has passed and see that the quality hasn't suffered.
Posted by Jenn on 01/14/2008
Just walking by on the street, we caught a glance inside... back-stepped and decided to try our hunger out on a few appetizers at the bar. The bartender was super nice and attentive. We had a glass of the recommended pinot noir of the night and ordered the arugula salad, a few of the cheeses and the salmon with creme fraiche. Everything was top notch and exceptional at that! Will definitely return and recommend to others!
Posted by tomas on 10/29/2007
walked in without a reservation... got a table right away! this was the beginning of the end. Menu looked excellent... wine list so over priced for a mid range restaurant... no selections of vodka( absolut) . they have $200 bottles of brunello, but yet the worlds cheapest vodka. service was not good. saw the waiter maybe 3 times. food was decent. restaurant overall was not worth it.
Posted by NYC restaurantgoer on 09/18/2007
came here after work on monday night with friends (a party of 6) and had a blast. the place has a nice casual vibe. even on a non-restaurant night, it was packed with customers. we ordered a few snacks - chickpea fries, rice balls, codfish fritters, each had an entree (most of us opted for the cod, which was excellent! two people ordered veal meatballs and couldnt finish their plates-so much food! and one person got the chicken which was surprisingly a small dish) and dessert. two bottles of wine, service, tax and we ended up spending around $65/pp - great deal, considering! the food was very good. the service was just right. would definitely recommend this place to others!