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Posted by Rick on 05/15/2014
Been here a few times. Bar atmosphere with a little better than bar food. It's really good. nice for a quick fix and a beer. No complaints.
Posted by D Brooks on 08/21/2011
Eat here late one Sunday evening in August. The place was crowded but it was a good, pleasant atmosphere. The food was good, the service was slow because it was crowded but worth the wait. Chicken Pot pie was fantastic as were the wings. Did not try any brew but they had a lot of it and looked like they were pouring a lot of it. Overall a good experience.
Posted by Colleen on 04/04/2011
I come in by train a few times a year to see the Rangers play and we always eat at Mustang Sally's. I travel many times within a year to see various things in the city and I eat at many different places. But If I am going to an event at MSG I ALWAYS eat at Sally's! It is bar food and your in and out without missing a minute of Hockey!
Posted by Bobby D on 01/21/2010
If I'm going to the Garden to see a show, I always take my friends to Sally's for dinner and a few drinks. Only three blocks away, easy walk over. The food is good, service is great, and they try to get you in the mood by playing what ever band is at the Garden, over the sound system in the Restaurant. Prices are fair for NYC, always a friendly crowd.
Posted by anonymous on 01/07/2010
I think if you stick with a basic hamberger you should be fine but any other dish on the menu is not worth the money at all which are quite expensive. I was with 6 other people and the only happy person was the one with the hamburger. Food was extremely salty and my dish in particular tasted like soap. Very poor quality. Service was less than adequate. Not once did the waiter come around to check if everything was OK. Possibly because he already knew the answer. I will not eat here ever again. Also beer is extremely pricey.
Posted by New Yorker on 01/22/2007
Went there last week before a show at the Garden. Lively atmosphere but the food's only okay. A little expensive for pub food and the beers are ridiculously overpriced. They charged $7 for a "pint" (about 12-13 oz.) of Murphy's Stout and $6 for a Bud Light. I'd go back in a pinch but I wouldn't go out of my way to eat there.
Posted by seth on 01/04/2007
Nothing Special - I've worked across the street for years, and probably come here for drinks/appetizers once a week or so. I've eaten here countless times as well. It's pretty much the same food you can find in any pub across America.