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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 124 reviews)

3.5615
Food 3.7 Value 3.4
Service 3.4 Atmosphere 3.6

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 thatgirl on 10/19/2007

    Comfort and Joy

    Eatery is the place to go for mom's cooking with a twist. the meatloaf with buttermilk mash potatoes that melt in your mouth - um and yummy. my mom never did "chipotle spiked anything". Then there's the mac and jack - cheese glorious cheese - this stuff is downright addictive and don't forget to wear ur big girl pants b/c stuffed u will be; and you don't have to clean ur plate to get dessert, - chocolate banana spring roll - deep fried dough with chocolate and banana - with a strawberry sorbet - need i say more? and it travels well. added bonus - the cocktails specifically the pomegrante pear martini - goes down smooth. come for the food or order in on those rainy nites when cooking is not an option, in or out - the best place for "mom's cooking" on 9th avenue. oh and did i mention that they deliver wine and beer - that's right no more late nite wine store runs for this girl - just call eatery.

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    Posted by kingfu on 10/18/2007

    Change is always good

    Something Eatery is known for is its eclectic spin on traditional home cooking along with menu items you won't find anywhere else, like the Asian Chicken Salad. Something you probably would not have expected is the level of service they simultaneously provide. This restaurant has put together a staff that really strives to make sure you have an exceptional dining experience whether you dine alone or with friends or in large groups. Eatery has raised the bar in the service area and the change is a good one. With the NEW menu and the NEW faces in the dining room, you won't be sorry when you go. If you've never been, now is the time to go and enjoy both great food and great service.

  • Eatery

    Posted by Hell's Kitchen Neighbor on 08/26/2007

    Good food, nice atmosphere

    I live nearby and have been here several times, mostly for brunch. The pulled pork tostada is one of the best brunch dishes I've had ever - tasty pork, fluffy eggs, crispy tostada. I prefer to order it when the restaurant is really busy, so that it comes out piping hot. I also love the stuffed french toast (bananas AND chocolate AND ice cream!). My boyfriend and I used to share the pulled pork tostada as our 'first course', then split the french toast as our 'dessert'. YUM! For the lunch/dinner entrees, the meatloaf, mac n cheese, and burger & fries are great. Enormous portions, too. As for the rest - I've probably tried half the menu and many of the dishes are just... okay or good. On the plus side, the atmosphere is casual but chic enough for a real brunch or night out with friends. The staff is pretty friendly too. If you order the right food, this is a solid place. You won't be disappointed.

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    Posted by Anonymous on 08/06/2007

    Great brunch and good atmosphere

    The southwestern chicken panini should be deemed illegal. I'm not one to get too excited over something as simple as a lunch sandwich but this had to have been the best I've ever tasted. The price and atmosphere were just right and food exceeded expectations

  • Eatery

    Posted by hells kitchen foodie on 08/03/2007

    "grain of salt" critic review

    i have to say that i was with the person who wrote the "boot camp" review previously. we were with a birthday party and too may of us had a little too much to drink. i felt compelled to see if this person in our group would follow up on their alcohol effected memory. let's just say that things didn't happen that way. we had a fun night ...maybe too much fun

  • Eatery

    Posted by Tralfaz on 07/24/2007

    A regular fave of ours

    Maybe my friends and I are less finicky than the person who complained about the salad dressings (who also complained that the service was too attentive... why do I suspect he also would have complained had they not come 'round often enough?), and maybe we're just the fun kinda people whom servers naturally gravitate towards, but we love this place. Whenever people are in from out of town, this is one of the spots we hit before seeing a show. Great cocktails, and while I do find the people working the door to be quite pretentious, once we're in the restaurant, it's a fantastic experience. The chipotle spiked meatloaf is killer, as is the mac & jack. We've never left this place anything but stuffed and happy.

  • Eatery

    Posted by anon on 07/02/2007

    agree...

    I agree that the salad dressings here are not very good. I ordered the adobe salad with the dressing on the side. I tasted the dressing, and the flavor was quite odd: very sweet. I asked for another dressing, and it was pretty much duck sauce. I think that I'll try delivery, order the adobe salad, and use a balsamic vinagrette. But then, what's the point... Also, service is not great. You can only eat those crispy fried things for so long without water...

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