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Posted by Alain on 05/09/2009
Our server looked down on us and kissed up to those who looked rich. She didn't bother to tell us today's special or give us a wine list. Then, two women in bling-bling jewelry sat down next to us, and she immediately kissed up to them. The $90 dry aged ribeye for TWO was HALF FAT; it was a steak for ONE. She didn't have the courtesy to inform us when we ordered. The steak tasted good, but so what? The damage is done.
Posted by NYC Foodie on 05/03/2009
My boyfriend and I go to all of the top restaurants in NYC, and Minetta Tavern is on the top of our list!! We went last Saturday and then back again with another couple last night. All appetizers were superb, including the mussels, the lobster salad, and the beet salad which was a special. He had the Black Label burger which he said was one of the best burgers he has ever had! It was perfectly cooked, juicy, flavorful, and was accompanied by amazing fries! I had the Halibut which was simple and had a delicious flavor!! The sides were all cooked to perfection as well. To top off our wonderful meal, the chocolate soufflé for dessert was out of this world!! We will definitely be back!
Posted by cygirl on 04/15/2009
This is not a Tavern - it is a nyc restaurant, and it is all McNally. His formula shines through all else, and I happen to like it. But if you want a real tavern, or don't like his assembly-line of similar places, then avoid.
Posted by anonymus on 03/25/2009
I had a wonderful experience at Minetta. The service was impeccable and I never felt rushed. We sampled the cocktails from their menu and they were awesome (Josephine and the Rhubarb Sophie). To eat we had split the lobster salad to start and then had the cod, $26 burger, and a side of mushrooms. I have to say it was the best burger I've ever had (as it should be for $26). The atmosphere was spectacular and I loved the old school vibe. Another hit for McNally.
Posted by a regular Joe on 03/13/2009
A tavern is a another name for a drinking bar with pub food. Well, if fancy cocktails at $14 and a basic burger for $16.00, or the intestines of some animal, constitutes a Tavern, then red is black and black is blue. This type of hype is a left over from the BS years of fast money and glitz. I'll stick to the real deals on the 18th and leave this place for those that want a Tavern but would never step foot in a real one.