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Jekyll and Hyde Club Times Square
Posted by Anonymous on 08/02/2014
We were there for dinner and we were really disappointed. First nobody notices us and it seems that only half of the service personal was working... The prices were ok but the quality of the food doesn't fit with the price. The show was boring and really short... I expected something thrilling but in fact there were only some moving pictures and strange people who walked around and who spoke only with few of the guests. My advice pick another restaurant. It's not worth it!
Posted by baseball4 on 09/13/2013
I will start with the positive first. The kids liked the atmosphere and characters. The desserts were not bad. Now for the negative. Worst meal I have ever had, nothing was good. The calamari was over cooked, greasy and in this horrible sweet sticky sauce. A couple of us had the burgers I would have rated them a 4 out of 10 but they were $16.95 so I am giving them a 2 out of 10. I do not see how any one gave the food a good rating. Even the kids did not eat their meals.
Posted by NJ on 09/02/2013
Give the new location a try. On a spur of the moment trip into NYC we decided to go and I was surprisingly impressed. our lunch was great - California burger with fresh avacado and Jersey style fries. Mint and Melon martini was the best - in fact i need to find their recipe. Staff was attentive, everything updated and I liked having small sporadic presentations instead of having to sit through a "show". I highly recommend! (nice bar/lounge as well). I gave a 4 for value - im from jersey and everything in NY seems slightly overpriced
Posted by Pop-Pop and Grandmom on 08/26/2013
Our grandchildren were in NYC for an afternoon broadway show. We were looking for lunch and discovered Jekyll and Hyde Club on Times Square. We agreed to go without knowing it is a great restaurant. The staff is great with kids. Entertaining them while waiting for their lunch. For all the fun, the lunch is worth the NYC price. Memorable time with grandchildren.
Posted by Danny on 04/30/2013
Wow, what a cool place. I have never seen anything like it before. Fun atmosphere and live entertainment. The food was great and the drinks were really fun.
Posted by James on 04/04/2013
We had a great time at the new J&H -- the level of detail and expense involved in the new place is wild. As the old location was, it's a transporting experience, and a great break from every other eatery in the city -- the closest you'll get to Disney World without hopping on a plane. Fortunately, some things are improved in the new space -- black leather booths, and waiters in vests and bowler caps add to the 1930s explorer club atmosphere, and the place feels generally cleaner, fresher, and better thought out. The trip to the bathrooms is a particularly fun and eerie improvement. Most importantly, the food -- though certainly an afterthought at a place like this -- still managed be nice, and a step or two above that at the old place on 6th Ave. The pulled pork sandwich, fries, and dessert were our favorites, but everybody was happy with their dish. Prices are high, but not crazy, and there's a $3/head "entertainment charge," which we all felt was warranted. The actors were continually funny, and the theatrics involved in the main reanimation show are substantial. All in all, I'd definitely recommend a trip to the new J&H, as long as you know you're getting into a theme-park-cum-restaurant experience. If that sounds up your alley, and a trip down to Orlando isn't in the cards anytime soon, I can't imagine anywhere better.
Posted by Neetu1646 on 03/11/2013
I walked in this place to get a quick bite - ended up having appetizers, entrees, dessert and a cappuccino. Who needs other places when you can get it all here. Loved everything - thanks for the great experience.