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Posted by Cheryl W on 04/19/2015
My husband and I arrived at 12:15 pm It is now 2:17 pm and we are still here! We got up to walk out at 2:10 pm and the waitress chased us down with our platters. Very tacky. Needless to say the temp of our food was lukewarm but the food was good ok. The prices are high in comparison with their offerings. Word of caution: Deviled eggs are very "pickly" and seem to contain a lot of vinegar. Due to the acidic ingredients, the eggs were extremely runny. Hopefully this was just a fluke of the day and not their normal preparation.
Posted by Heather on 05/16/2014
We are from the South and came here for dinner. The food was great, atmosphere was fun and the service was wonderful. It was nice to find some great southern food in the city!
Posted by Katie B on 09/08/2012
i've been there more than once and i always leave thinking, "why did i come back?" i was there for dinner thursday night with a colleague and really regretted making this suggestion. trust me, it won't happen again. it is always so hot and so loud in there and you are just rolling the dice when looking for service. forget about good service, you should feel lucky if you even get passable service. the food isn't even that good. go to almost any other place in the neighborhood and you will be happy that you did.
Posted by Mel on 12/20/2011
I've been here a few times for Happy Hour and it's usually a lively scene. Recently, I decided to have dinner there. Never again! It was as if the chef has decided that every dish should seasoned with salt, salt, and more salt. I'm not sure if I've ever drunk more water at one sitting as a result of the food. Although the brisket is very tender, the steak is beyond tough and the mashed potatoes are a gelatinous mess. Additionally, although the dining room was nearly empty when we arrived, it took forever to get the food. When we mentioned the fact that one of the dishes was inedible, the server was nice and offered to replace it. The manager was also gracious and offered to buy us something on the house, which we politely declined. Although I appreciate the efforts to rectify the situation, I won't be back to eat there.
Posted by Bill on 09/21/2011
Went to Mason Jar NYC on Saturday for the South Carolina game and it was fantastic. we had brisket, burgers and chicken. all. amazing. bbq sauce made in house was fantastic. as far as decor, high ceilings, loft like, just a great atmosphere. our waitress was great and I will definitely go back.
Posted by disappointed on 09/14/2011
We had a gathering of about a dozen people for a friends birthday, drawn by the idea of fried pickles (which are actually really good). But the experience was disappointing and I will never return to the Mason Jar. The service was about the poorest I've experienced in NYC and I've been here for a few decades. The owner had to buy us a round of drinks (which was nice, but indicative of how bad things were) Other than the fried pickles, the food was unappetizing and we sampled most of the dinner menu. The time between the first person being served and the last was about an hour, which really ruins a meal. I have nothing good to say about my experience there except that I wish I had spent the money at one of the many great restaurants in the city instead. Avoid this place like the plague.
Posted by Hank Plyler on 09/05/2011
I cant believe a place can make it with service as bad as I had when I went here. If you dont mind waiting an hour (literally) for 2 beers I wouldn't go here.