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Posted by Anthony on 08/15/2010
Unique experience.....great atmosphere for a teenagers party...
Posted by shabuchwae on 07/14/2010
I've been dragged to both the Greenwich and the UES locations. I still want my time and money back. Unless you're a tourist from a place with no real theater to speak of exists...or an actor who wants to join the stage union but can only do so by joining J&H's wait staff...please don't waste your time. As a matter of fact, if you're a member of either one of these groups, STILL don't waste your time! Go to TKTS and take acting classes to get your card in a more respectable way, respectively. To be fair, there was one good improv performer each time I went. But putting that up against the exhorbitant prices, tacky decor, wretched food, and the far out-weighing bad acting...I still don't know why people flock to this shameful excuse for "dinner theater".
Posted by anonymous on 02/17/2010
Not only was the food bad, the restaurant smelled. Would you believe that had only two type of wine; no red wine at all...go across the street and buy a few bottles to keep the customers happy...if you drank enough, the food may have tasted better. Do not waste your money.
Posted by anonymous on 08/29/2009
I have been to Jekyll and Hyde's several times before. Each time has been fun and enjoyable. The surroundings are great the characters are welcoming and nice... Until it was time to eat I suppose. It seemed like we were waiting for hours, but in the mean time, characters are there to keep you entertained until your waiter or waitress arrives. I guess the place is quite unique and great. The food is good (my freind says the crab cakes are excellent), and even though it may seem like a decade before your service comes, the wait, I think, is well worth it. :) I'd give the place 4 stars.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/10/2009
I went there in the mid 90's for a late evening drinking spot - which it was great for at the time. Went about a year ago - the service was poor, the food was average and this entertainment fee is a joke. I was told 4 times that a tip was not included on my check. When I received the check in big red letters it said: "Tip not included". No class - waste of time when there are other great places to go in the city.
Posted by ShovelBum08 on 08/13/2008
Stopped in because it sounded interesting. Cool feel and decor but was disappointed in the food. Burger was very dry and the "show" that goes on gets old after about 10 minutes. Wait staff was very slow at taking our order (there were only 2 of us) and getting refills. Prices are too high for the quality of food you get. Skip it unless you're desparate or only visiting the bar.
Posted by NC Redhead on 06/24/2008
Four of us had lunch there recently, and we all got different types of burgers. They were absolutely the best burgers any of us had ever eaten! The prices are a bit high, but the burgers were big and came with lots of fries. The manager waited on us and was very friendly. Service was good. Inside decor is creepy, with ghoulish figures here and there, etc. and ghoulish music playing. The ladies room is the "third bookshelf on the left" down the hallway, which is lined in "books" from end to end. (Probably funny trying to find it after a few drinks!) Overall, a fun place. Would love to check it out on Halloween! (Bonus: The limo driver, Bobby, came by while we were there. He drives a limo done up in tombstone tan with ghouls hanging all over it to advertise the place. He was decked out in black from head to toe, wearing silver rings and looking a lot like a member of ZZ Top. Way cool!)