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Posted by Parlin Ed on 01/21/2015
Looking for a quick supper. Sat down and took a breath. My wife and I had a very nice supper and stopped rushing. Service was very good. Food came as was ordered. Place was busy and all were having a good time. Not my usual place to eat. It is now on my place to return list.
Posted by Anonyymous on 02/21/2012
I had the "Midtown" medium cooked. It was delicious and juicy with the Brie melting and oozing all over , which I loved. You have a choice of fries, salad, mashed, etc, which is nice. The potstickers were ok, but the dipping sauce made them better. My adult son had the "Buffalo Burger" and said it was delicious as well. Poured the potsticker dipping sauce over his fries, which he said was wonderful. I would definitely go there again for the burgers. Conveiniently close to Penn and MSG.
Posted by Danielle on 01/22/2012
Went here after a MSG event on a Saturday with a group of 11. We were happy to find our 20 minute wait turn into a 5 minute wait. For the area we all agreed that the prices were decent and didn't expect much of the food. The food ended up being very good (not amazing but for bar food and the price it was exactly what we were looking for). I'm not a huge fan of burgers but after tasting my father's burger I thought it was absolutely delicious. I had a salad special and the salad was super fresh and the dressing was nice a light. I was very pleased with the service. They sat us upstairs because we had such a large group and noticed that they scheduled a party and in the area we were sitting. We understood to leave soon after the check came but didn't feel pressured or rushed by anyone. I was expecting to pay an arm and leg for bad food and this was not the case.
Posted by The Doowopcafe on 07/09/2011
We have been having luncheons at Mustang Harry's every other month from April through November for about 5 years now. We chose it because of its close proximity to Penn Station since, besides NY, some of our attendees come from NJ, CT, and PA. Most of the lunches have been in the Mezzanine upstairs and we love it there. The food is great and the service is top notch. Our lunches can number anywhere from a dozen people to in the 30's and every time the waiters and watresses have been most accommodating. And the best part is they don't try to rush us out of the restaurant. We start at noon and usually don't leave till 3 or 3:30. Some of our members like to break into song and nobody tries to sush us. All in all, we are very happy with Mustang Harrys and will continue to have our luncheons there for a long time to come.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/29/2008
The options in the area are limited, so Harry's is a decent choice when entering Manhattan via Penn Station to attend a game or concert at the Garden. Problem is, before events it tends to get very crowded and noisy. It's not worth it to eat here for anything other than convenience. The food is a little expensive but if you avoid the Chicken Pot Pie (it's leathery crust is unappetizing) you'll have an ok dining experienece.
Posted by MattyN on 07/23/2008
The best thing about this place is its location. Close to all mass transit from everywhere (by rail), and close to MSG. That said, this place doesn't take that advantage for granted. The food is good, with a very family friendly menu, and not too over-priced. Portions are very generous and justify the price, so it's a good value
Posted by owen and beth on 06/28/2008
So what if the service is ok and you get "value"? The food is barely edible, tho at least the beer is cold and arrives promptly. There is no reason to go here unless the next stop is a game or concert at the Garden. This neighborhood traps hungry people into eating at places like this. The only solution is to have chow outside the area and then go to the Garden. But from experience, we know that is easier said than done.