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Ellen's Stardust Diner
Posted by Anonymous on 07/09/2006
Every other year we go to new york with out dance team/ group and we have soo much fun. Last year we decided to come here on my friends birthday. We had a blast they sang to her and they asked for some people out of the audiance to dance and a couple of our girls decided to. I am pretty sure that when ever we go to new york for competition we will come here to eat. we have so much fun and soo many good memories. Everything was awesome!!!!
Posted by gala62 on 05/22/2006
Ellen's is a place to go and experience the energy of Broadway with great singing by some very talented waitstaff. The food is good, not great but good. We both got burgers and although the meat was cooked to order, the buns were stale and dry. Fries were very tasty, just not a huge portion like we Americans are used to nowadays (which was fine by me - I don't need 2 pounds of fries!). Our waitress provided quite good service on a Sunday during the pre-matinee rush. All the waitstaff I saw seemed cheerful and reasonably efficient, which made for an enjoyable meal. Not a regular hangout type of place at all but we'd go back just for the fun of the waitstaff and the great entertainment.
Posted by Michelle on 04/20/2006
Went here with my mother and my children. It was a great show and the burgers were good. We were tired and hungry and we really enjoyed the wait staff. They were very talented. If you are looking to get a quick buger this is not the place for you but if you want to relax and enjoy some good music then come here. The kids really enjoyed the show and they we're not restless. My mom enjoy the fifties music and the kids had fun too.
Posted by Cindy on 02/16/2006
I was craving an omelette and came to Ellen's Stardust Diner from menupages. The omelette was not that great at all - it was overcooked and undercooked at the same time, and there was only a handful of fries that came with it. But the atmosphere was great. The waiters really know how to belt out a tune and I liked sitting there listening to them sing - the music was loud enough that you can belt out your own version without anyone looking at you funny. The service is spotty - it took me 10 minutes to get my waitress's attention so I could pay the bill. I wouldn't go back there again, but it was an enjoyable stay while I was there.
Posted by Terry on 12/24/2005
It was better than I had expected. The prices are not bad, the portions were good, a fun place, especially for kids, and they do have some healthy options. Our waitress was lovely, the maitre'd was very pleasant, nicer that a lot of other places I have been in NYC! That said, it is touristy, but that is what it is, it is noisy & crowded, but decent. If you go thinking gourmet, you will be disappointed. Three of 3 ate for $43.00, which included 3 entrees, 1 dessert & 2 beverages, tax & tip.
Posted by Linda on 12/22/2005
Went to New York for a few days Christmas shopping and ate here twice. Thought the food was good, the service was OK, but the atmosphere was fantastic. It's hard to moan about the wait for a coffee refill when your waiter is singing happy birthday to a child in the audience. One girl who was celebrating her 18th birthday was brought to the front of the restaraunt and sat on a bar stool while the waiter sang a love song to her while feeding her cake. Her day was made. Would definitely go back next visit.
Posted by TomG on 11/15/2005
Taking an 8yr old, on jetlag yet, to Ellens for lunch was a trip. Seating was immediate and the floorshow entertaining. Our waitress, in a poodle skirt and a Mookie nametag, was a smiling delight. My wife's meatloaf was good, but very salty and my rueben OK although nothing special. We shared a chocolate shake, which was excellent. All in all, the experience went smoothly and the food was good if a bit spendy for what you get.