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Posted by julie on 03/13/2012
Just got back from New York and ate in some fantastic places, big mistake on my last day popping into micky mantles. Right I went the bar and every cocktail I asked for, the bartender did not have, im assuming he didnt have the ingrediants, I got that fed up of asking for cocktails (there is about 12 to choose from on the menu) I asked him what he did have, he could only accomadate on four from the menu. At last me and my husband got a drink. I could not believe we were charged 18% plus tax, that should have put me off but we decided to eat there, meal was an upgraded fast food joint, nothing special at all, slapped on the plate, bog standerd food, if this place was not called micky mantles people would not go there, they are relying on the name, tables empty at 5pm and all the time we were there, nobody came in to eat. We were also charged the 18% gratuity again, not a problem but on the menu it states will only be charged if 6 or more are dining, could not evern be bothered to argue, id had such a lovely time in NY I was not gonna let this Jump start restaurant/cafe ruin my day.
Posted by Jean on 09/23/2011
After ordering a hamburger, fries and specifically "no pickle please" the waitress is not paying attention when serving and a few of the fries land on my lap and the table. When I look up and realize there is a pickle on the plate and tell her she reaches over and takes if off my plate with her fingers. I was shocked. I realize at this point not to send it back or order anything else because god knows what they would have done to my food in the kitchen. Terrible experience!
Posted by Lem on 07/29/2011
$57 for three average hamburgers? Are you kidding me! $98 for a family of four (2-preteens), one glass of Malbec and 20% tip. The chicken parm was soggy, the pasta not much better. This restaurant is all about location and nothing about good quality or preparation.
Posted by Pam on 12/10/2010
I went here with my family a few weeks ago, and had a great experience!! It has a great view of Central Park. Definitely get the spinach dip, the philly cheesesteak, and the thin onion rings. They were DELICIOUS! Better than any I've had, in fact. The service was excellent. Our waitress was super nice and very speedy. Couldn't have asked for a better meal.
Posted by Tonya W. on 12/07/2010
Came here with my boyfriend on his birthday after a yankee game. The burger i got was awesome, and my boyfriends Philly was really good too. Will def. go back if i get the chance
Posted by Mike on 07/30/2010
My wife and two boys went to Mickey's after a day at the stadium and it was much better than the dated reviews would have you believe. They apparently have put a lot of money into the interior and the menu has been updated with an emphasis on quality. It's basically what you would expect from a sports bar with several more interesting items on the menu. The burgers are excellent as was the yellow fin tuna sandwich. The sports memorabilia kept the boys busy and overall it was a very pleasant experience in a great location. There are plenty of snooty restaurants in NYC for those who need that. We'll take Mickey's any time.
Posted by eastside girl on 12/21/2009
The place is comfortable and good place to watch the game my only complain is the choice of food is very limited. If you want something healthier well good luck and vegetarians you will starve.