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  • British (Traditional), Fish & Chips
  • 68 2nd Ave, New York NY10003 40.726579 -73.98942
  • (At 4th St)
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  • (917) 262-0512
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User Ratings (Based on 3 reviews)

2.755
Food 2.8 Value 2.2
Service 2.8 Atmosphere 3.2

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(917) 262-0512
Website:
www.queenvicnyc.com
Notes:
Visa, MC, Disc Early Happy Hour Mon-Fri: 4pm-12am Late Happy Hour Mon-Fri: 12am-4am
Hours:
Mon-Fri: 4pm-4am Sat-Sun: 11am-4am
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Open Late, Happy Hour, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Queen Vic

    Posted by Gina on 10/31/2011

    Will never go back

    We had to walk up to the bar for nearly everything. My tea arrived at the table cold and the bartender fussed over giving us sugar. The mushy peas were dried and crusty on top and undercooked. And they played Justin Bieber for musical selection. I will never go back again.

  • Queen Vic

    Posted by Walter Spring on 07/01/2011

    Cool New East Village Spot!

    Great time and great food! Was looking for a place for dinner on Wednesday night in the East Village and happened on the Queen Vic. Delicious food, impeccable service, and drinks at incredible prices, not to mention the music, an incredible jazz trio with an electric saxophone of sorts. Who new. As it turns out the Queen Vic is brand new and they are having music regularly on Tuesday, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Haven't been by on Tuesday yet but I hear it's an excellent jazz piano trio. On Wednesdays it Hayes Greenfield, Ratzo Harris and Todd Turkisher, three guys that burn. Amazing to see a band on this level in such an intimate cool club setting. On Thursdays it's the wonderful vocalist Deanna Kirk who sings her ... off. A very worthwhile evening!

  • Queen Vic

    Posted by Miss Read on 02/12/2011

    True Brit not!

    Yeah, it's all here: the vinegary fish, the mushy peas, the weird food combos. So-so food, fussy service, not enough to justify the prices. Oh, and it's not "high" tea, either, unless you throw in a chop or meatloaf or something. High tea is a rather low meal: working class supper. What you guys are offering is cream tea or just afternoon tea. For God's sake, if you can't get that right, why am I surprised about the food?

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