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Posted by disappointed tourist on 01/01/2008
While here on vacation, we stopped by for a nice meal, what a disappointment. The waitress was mediocre and so were the hosts, very transparent... The food was old and not worth the tight quarters... Never again, yuck
Posted by Turkey on 11/26/2007
Great family atmosphere and delicious food. I was full from the starters alone. We started with a soup, a salad, cocktail shrimp and spinach pie as an appetizer and then we all had the Thanksgiving turkey dinner. My family enjoyed dinner very much we certainly love this place and the food here.
Posted by Chuck on 11/20/2007
Nice atmosphere. I went there on Sunday for the first time with my girlfriend and we enjoyed our meal very much. We will return again. Also, many thanks to Maria our waitress for the chocolate martini's those were great.
Posted by Tourists from Netherlands on 11/12/2007
We are couple from The Netherlands. We ate there Saturday night and had a wonderful time. The server was fantastic. The second floor was very nice and everything else was nice too. Next time in New York we will come and look for the place again. The server was the best. Thank you.
Posted by Tiffany on 10/23/2007
I've eaten at the Hourglass a few times before and I thought it was okay. The portions are huge and I like what you get for the money. What I didn't like was the dish that I had the last time. Everyone says "don't eat fish at a restaurant on a Friday" so I didn't thinking it would be better to get a pasta dish. My pasta dish was stuffed with lobster and I thought it will be frozen. Well frozen or not, lobster should not smell or taste fishy which it did. I could not eat it and lost my appetite and didn't want to order anything else.
Posted by likegoodfood on 10/22/2007
I was told told to go to the Hourglass Tavern by a friend who often eats on Restaurant Row. The service was good, and the room (I sat on the 3rd floor) was cozy and quiet enough to have a nice conversation. Wine can be bought for under $17 a bottle, and many of the other wines are not at all expensive...even the glasses of wine are nicely priced. The food: There were 4 of us eating. No one had anything that was bad, but the 4 different dishes all had no taste. Pasta w/shrimp in a pink sauce tasted like pasta with small, tasteless shrimp in a sauce that was also tasteless. I could not find anything in the food that showed that anyone had tasted it when cooking it. The same goes for the other dishes at our table. When we left the restaurant I felt bad that due to my choosing this restaurant, another couple had to eat and pay for a tasteless meal (especially when there are so many good restaurants on 46th St).
Posted by SUE on 09/18/2007
During the week I drive into the city a lot for business and many times I find myself driving hungry back home wishing for a homemade dinner. Let me tell you! I recently, decided to try dining out and it has been a great experience so far. I discovered this little place on 46st called the Hourglass Tavern and what a find it has been. I had the jumbo shrimp and scallops with two sides a soup, a salad, chocolate cake, coffee for $30 bucks. Thats a bagain. I work on Madison Ave. and a bowl of soup with a small salad for lunch runs about $20 around that area. I know great prices when I see them and the hourglass certainly has great prices. The service at the restaurant was fast and friendly. I will definitely return again.