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Roxy Delicatessen (CLOSED)

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  • Delis, Diners & Coffee Shops
  • 1565 Broadway, New York NY10036 40.759289 -73.985433
  • (Btwn 46th & 47th St)
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  • (212) 921-3333
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User Ratings (Based on 158 reviews)

2.945
Food 3.4 Value 2.5
Service 2.9 Atmosphere 2.9

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 921-3333
Fax:
fax
(212) 921-0999
Notes:
Delivery Take Out Catering Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Daily: 6am-3am
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Open Late, Delivery, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
15.00

User Reviews

  • Roxy Delicatessen

    Posted by jody on 12/04/2013

    AWFUL! !

    We have been going to the Roxy for years. Apparently they changed locations about three months ago. We went there yesterday for lunch and the food quality and portion sizes have gone way down! The food was terrible! And...if you have children,there's NO CHILDRENS menu! We had to pay a crazy price for our six year olds hot dog and fries ( which he didn't even eat because it was awful)!!!

  • Roxy Delicatessen

    Posted by JohnR on 07/23/2013

    It was an experience

    Bringing my son and two friends, one from out of the country, to NYC, I thought it would be a nice experience to try one of the 'iconic' Times Sq eateries. I didn't mind the setting; I've eaten in worse places, it wasn't terribly crowded, and the food was reasonably good and almost too much to eat. Our waiter wasn't particularly friendly, but he did the job, and didn't leave me irritated afterward (a major plus considering the cost of the meal!). The price was ferocious, and I can see how people might be disappointed, but it's a tourist place in one of the most tourist-gouging places in the US, if not the world. On the whole, I enjoyed it; when I go to NYC, I try to do at least one thing which is grossly over-priced, but which seems "typically NY" (redundant, I know). I doubt that I'll be dropping in again, but like getting a hug from Elmo, it's something to try once.

  • Roxy Delicatessen

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/23/2013

    Not recommended

    After visiting NYC on the 16th of July we visited Roxys for something to eat as it looked good through the window, far from it though. we ordered the cheapest thing on the menu. 2 toasted cheese sandwich's if i remember they were $15 each, and the tea was $8, didnt even have fresh milk it was the milk you get in hotels in the sachet. The toasties came out, the cheese was the cheapest ive ever tasted, the grease was dripping off the bread and the 'french fries' had more air in them than potato and were hard as hell. They had the nerve to charge $8 tip. Absolutely ripped off.

  • Roxy Delicatessen

    Posted by Jim on 06/10/2013

    Poor Service

    Went to New York for the day. After walking around we decided on roxys. The only thing we ordered was 4 slices of cheesecake and sodas. The bill came back at $66. Which at first we were shocked but could all agree that it was the best cheesecake we had ever had. The problem came after paying the bill the waiter stopped my friend and asked for more of a tip. Which he didn't get. Don't think we'll be going back to roxys anytime soon. Cheesecake was good but not worth a high tip.

  • Roxy Delicatessen

    Posted by anonymous on 04/10/2013

    Not recommended

    i was recently in Nyork was ready for a bite to eat, along with a friend we choose roxy only because it was close to location we had just left. i ordered a BLT club sandwich and my friend ordered their roast beef , my club sandwich was the worst club sandwich i had ever had, the bacon apeared to have been over week old maybe longer, surprised i did not get sick, the bacon was not even chewable, or you could not even chew the bacon, my friend tried it and realized why i was not eating my order, i could not even eat the sandwich at all and the price for the sandwich was outrageous- 23.00 dollars for a club sandwich, i basically did not attempt to eat the sandwich after i tried the 1st bite and realized how bad it taste, and the bacon was not eatable at all, the roast beef my friend had at a cost of 25.00 was not as bad as the BLT Club, but my friend advised she was not impressed with her order as well. I decided to eat the nuts my friend had in her bag, as i know i could not eat the BLT club sandwich i felt i would have been sick from this order if i had consumed my order. . food very bad, and cost of food outrageous , left the restaurant hungry very disapointed- will never go their again, I should not have even been charged for what they call a BLT CLUB- i hope they are asked how long food sits around, , before it is served, as my bacon apears and looked liked it was very old and had been week old or longer taste like rubber- The waiter noticed i ate nothing on my plate, but did not bother to ask if the food was okay- do not consider this place at all VERY Disapointed- will let every one know about my experience ---Disapointed!!!

  • Roxy Delicatessen

    Posted by anonymous on 03/13/2013

    Cheesecake

    Everytime I visit N.Y.C. I stay in the Theater District where you will find Roxy Delicatessen. I must say I've never eaten a meal there but the wonderful desserts in the window call my name. I can never resist a slice of their cheesecake. It's very expensive (aorund $10 a slice) but I hear good cheese cake is expensive anywhere you go in NewYork.

  • Roxy Delicatessen

    Posted by Vicki on 01/12/2013

    Tourist Trap Deluxe

    A co-worker recommended this deli, so we went there for breakfast. After ordering tea and coffee, we looked at the menu -- $15.95 for a bagel with salmon!! We decided not to order anything to eat and were lucky to leave there only paying $8.00 for our drinks. Don't go here unless you want to be ripped off.

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