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Posted by Christine on 04/30/2014
For pre- or post-theatre - or any night at all, Orso is always a best bet. Food is fresh and delicious. Service is great. We frequent NYC a few times a month for plays and like to try new restaurants - however, when we don't know where to go, Orso is in our top 10. We always feel welcome at Orso.
Posted by BUGGSEY on 05/19/2012
Disappointed to say the least. Best part of the experience was the dessert and coffee. Food and service average; overpriced and overrated.
Posted by anonymous on 06/10/2011
not a good experience at all. room is drab, too cold and there is no help at lunch. one person waits on the entire room and is no where to be found. if the food was so good, i might be inclined to tolerate but it just wasn't that great. It was way too expensive for the experience and quality of food. i would say find a place that wants your business.
Posted by Louise on 05/18/2011
We were seated on time. Food came out hot and tasty. Meal was timed for the theater tickets we had. Good experience and would return.
Posted by gail on 02/16/2011
We had a post-show dinner at Orso last night. What a wonderful experience! The food was excellent all around from the salads through the pastas and deserts. The service was professional and attentive. Look no further. I will definitely be back.
Posted by SabrinaSylvester on 06/01/2009
I'm a NYC almost-native by now after all these years :-), and WANT YOU TO KNOW that Orso is the best place to go for pre-theater dinner. It's old-fashioned and old-worldy, and neither Times Square trendy nor touristy tacky. Get over the lack of bread plates, whomever posted about that below -- they frequently never appear on the chic-est dinner tables in Paris, Rome and Milan, either. The food is delightful, they graciously accommodate you if you're a finicky eater (I'm one of those classic order-off-the-menu'ers, and they go to great lengths to accommodate my nonsense, which I love), and you will get in, dine splendiferously, and make it to your theater seats on time. There are always bold-faced names discreetly dining somewhere in the room, if you know whom to look for. And one last caveat for the traveler: Gentlemen, PLEASE don't show up in shorts and or sweats -- it's not that kind of restaurant . . . and I'm glad.
Posted by Maria on 11/18/2008
This restaurant had been highly recommended, so imagine my disappointment. Although we were there for lunch on a rainy day with very few other people, the service was etremely slow. After waiting over 25 minutes for lunch, I asked our server (who was very busy chatting with another server) to please check on our order. She was certainly put out by my request but did comply. The food was okay but very overpriced for the quality. The host was not friendly or inviting, because we were obviously not "regulars". Save your money.