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  • American (New), Eclectic & International
  • 798 9th Ave, New York NY10019 40.765136 -73.98733
  • (At 53rd St)
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  • (212) 765-7080
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User Ratings (Based on 123 reviews)

3.565
Food 3.7 Value 3.4
Service 3.4 Atmosphere 3.7

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 765-7080
Fax:
fax
(212) 765-3269
Website:
www.eaterynyc.com
Place Order:
Order From Eatery for delivery & takeout
Notes:
AmEx, MC, Visa, Disc
Hours:
Weekday Brunch Mon-Fri: 11am-4pm Dinner Sun-Wed: 5pm-11pm Thu-Sat: 5pm-12am Weekend Brunch Sat-Sun: 9am-3:45pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Group Dining, Open Late, Outdoor Dining, Prix Fixe, Pre/Post Theater, Gluten Free Items, Delivery, Online Reservations, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
10.00
Delivery Area:
36th to 72nd St; 5th Ave to Hudson River Park

User Reviews

  • Eatery

    Posted by CtLoving Cpl on 08/20/2006

    Good brunch

    We saw a Food Network segment on the stuffed french toast and decided to check it out. The dish is as good as it looks. We also shared an omlette that did not disappoint. Service was above-average and friendly. Overall, a good place. I wouldn't go out of my way to eat there again -- but, it was an overall nice meal.

  • Eatery

    Posted by Delaney on 08/03/2006

    No longer recommended

    The bottom line: Eatery used to be a fun, reliable neighborhood spot. Now, it's a crowded mess, every time I pass by. For standard TGI Friday's fare dressed up with a "hip" flair, the wait simply isn't worth it.

  • Eatery

    Posted by Gypsygirl on 07/23/2006

    Comfortable sophistication.

    Eatery restaurant has been one of my favorite places to take colleagues and out-of-towners for the last few years. The decor is fresh and modern while maintaining a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere. I have always found the servers to be friendly and knowledgeable and I have come to trust their food and wine recommendations. The dishes are fun and innovative, a blending of western traditional and asian influences. Subtle twists make familiar favorites exciting, while exotic dishes bring refinement to the menu. In short, a great NYC restaurant experience! As a seasoned New Yorker, I dine out frequently...I'm not even sure I have a kitchen in my place ;) New York has in recent years been eclipsed as a food mecca as dining experiences and food quality have declined. It's great to know there are still establishments that understand what they are about and know how to deliver consistency and food of distinction! The menu is very reasonably priced with tasty appetizers ranging from ginger calamari to a great bbq duck tostada. Regardless of your palate you'll certainly find dishes that appeal, from revamped classics such as mac and cheese or meatloaf to the more sophisticated yellowfin tuna or masa corn crusted salmon along with everything in between (asian chicken salad comes to mind!). I personally am not a chocoholic, but the warm chocolate cake is a taste sensation...no exaggeration! Eatery has been my rock, whether I dine in or take out, eat alone or with friends, the E never dissappoints. P.S. Don't forget to start your lazy weekends with brunch.

  • Eatery

    Posted by agentsmith on 07/21/2006

    I hope Eatery never dies

    So, Being a Hell's Kitchen local for many years now I have some advice for those looking to dine in this now booming neighborhood. It's simple... Eatery, Eatery, Eatery. This inexpensive, Sleak, sexy, and edgy restaurant steps up to the plate everytime. Whether I'm dining with my mother or a date eatery seems to serve up exactly what I need. They have an outstanding and affordable wine list. The service is super fast and friendly. The menu is so diverse that if you can't find something you like, it ain't out there. I've come to rely on the quality and affordability and am never let down. My friends and I were going out one Wednesday and started at Eatery. They had a DJ there that was so good we wound up staying all night. Good food, good drinks, good service, and good music, it's no wonder I've become a regular.

  • Eatery

    Posted by Rockstar on 07/21/2006

    Match Made at Eatery

    I usually don't go on blind dates, but my friends kept insisting they had this guy that was perfect for me, so I agreed to meet him. He picked Eatery, a joint I had heard of but never visited as I live in Brooklyn and rarely make it past 14th street. The experience was totally worth the trip. The restaurant was on a short wait so the maitre'd pointed us to the bar where I enjoyed homemade red sangria and my date grabbed a hitachino, which the bartender informed us is a white Japanese ale. We were seated promptly and greeted quickly by our friendly and cute server. The chill but professional atmosphere of the restaurant made both my date and I very comfortable, so conversation flowed easily as we went from delicious mussels in a amazing curry broth, to light salads perfect for the hot weather. The night ended perfectly with a to-die-for warm chocolate cake and a good night kiss from my date! I will certainly be making more trips to Hell's Kitchen...to visit both Eatery and my new boyfriend! :)

  • Eatery

    Posted by PickyEater on 07/20/2006

    At Last!

    Allright, you be me last Wensday. You have five friends from out of state visiting and they are all starving. You want to impress them with your city-saavy, but not exhaust their traveler's checks. It's 6:40, you have tickets for "Jersey Boys" at 8, and oh, did I mention you don't have a reservation anywhere? Well, I lucked out. As a last ditch, I poked my head into Eatery on 9th and somehow this great guy Tony got us a table for six in ten minutes. During our brief wait, we got posh cocktails my country friends had never had (I'll be honest, I'd never had a watermelon martini either, but it was brilliant.) and admired the DJ spinning in a corner. Yep, this little place had a DJ spinning, just to let you know you were someplace cool. But let's get to it. The food. We were really worried about making the show, but the waiter swore we could get appetizers, entrees and dessert in under an hour. And he delivered! I started with cantaloupe soup to cool me down. It was something I'd never normally try but I enjoyed, just like the watermelon martini. I decide to go on a limb and see what else the waiter recomended. He steered me toward the special: porcini crusted salmon with truffle oil with mixed mushrooms over mashed potatoes. Mushroom lovers dream! It was different; exotic while savory. My companions kept it homey, staying with things they knew: macaroni & cheese, meatloaf, salads. Yet everything arrived with subtle and pleasing differences to the dishes they knew. I discovered the chef at Eatery has a clever way of introducing you to new and wonderful ingrediants ensonced in dishes you already love. We just had time to wrap it up by sharing an E-wich and the key lime cheesecake. Yet again, we thought we knew exactly what we were getting and were wonderfully suprised by the culinary twists added to the dish. When the bill arrived we knew we were paying for the great location and the hip ambience, so the gang from back home didn't care.

  • Eatery

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/17/2006

    Gem in Hell's Kitchen

    Amist the plethora of food choices on 9th Avenue, the Eatery Restaurant is a true gem. Unlike most restaurants in the city, the Eatery transforms itself from a lunch/brunch spot to a nocturnal locale. It's impossible to walk past this levely establishment without feeling its pulse. The Eatery attracts everyone from multigenerational families to hot young couples (with the occasional celeb sighting). The wait staff is upbeat, attentive, and knowledgeable. As for the food, the bannana, chocolate, and cream cheese stuffed french toast will cure any hangover. The mac and jack is a deliciously cheesy new take on a classic American dish that will satisfy any appetite. At dinner prepare yourself for the wok flashed tequilla shrimp, the perfect mix of fried goodness with seafood bliss. The Eatery truly offers something for everyone.

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