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Posted by Clem on 11/28/2013
I won't waste anyone's time with an in--depth review...suffice it to say that this place packs a lot of flash and delivers nothing special. The appetizers were just okay. The entrees were very ordinary. What was advertised as a "petite filet" was really something more like hanger steak, and just okay. The service was very good, thorough and professional without being overbearing or intrusive. But for the money, this is just another tourist trap. You can do much better in any number of other Manhattan restaurants.
Posted by LaCava on 08/09/2011
Thanks for your review, We're glad you found the food tasty, although I'm surprised to hear you had slow service. We are confused because we are not open for lunch. I'm sure if you came in after 4pm when we're open, you would not find this to be the case.
Posted by foodlover on 08/01/2011
It is nice to have a new spot in the Theatre Disirict that isn't sushi or flooded with tourists . The food is quite tasty but the service was super slow. If you are trying to have a nice work lunch make sure you do not book a 2 pm meeting!
Posted by Sushi Lover on 01/31/2011
With addition of this wine bar, this block has been transformed from dumpy to charming. Happy hour selection of beverages limited to one per category, e.g. one white wine, one red wine, one beer, but the selections were good. Convenient location, nice staff and atmosphere ensures my return.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/23/2011
Atmosphere and wine selection was great - food was really subpar. Wish they would improve it since it is such a cute neighborhood spot.
Posted by Michelle on 12/18/2010
What a cool place. I love how it's modern and old feeling at the same time. Beautiful wood decor. Perfect to bring a date or a night with my girlfriends. Bartender was very attentive and knowledgeable of the wine list. Menu looked tasty, perfect type of food to go with a nice glass of wine. Definitely will be back
Posted by Anonymous on 12/16/2010
Just what the neighborhood needs!