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Posted by OutOfTowners on 01/26/2006
OK...I know we are in Times Square and money isn't really supposed to matter...but come on....2.75 for a CAN of Coke? Overlooking that, we ordered the baked ziti and cheese raviolis - big mistake. First of all, the ziti wasn't ziti..it was cheap rigatoni with a little bit of tomato juice that was supposed to be sauce (funny - they TOPPED this dish with cheese - which should be much more expensive than Coke..anyway...). The raviolis were really manicotti tubes served over a piece of white bread (wtf?). Oh, that reminds me - the menu said the dinner came with bread and butter...and we are in a deli - so we expected some prime rolls and butter. Wrong ... toasted white bread!!
Posted by AL B on 01/15/2006
You need to visit--High priced, yes, but worth it -- incredible Reuben sandwich and cheesecake, great atmosphere--what could be better?
Posted by Barbara on 11/12/2005
Visited Roxy's with a friend for breakfast in October. The food was good, and the portions on the large side, although it was rather overpriced for what it was. However, we didn't mind that so much as we were in the middle of Times Square and the atmosphere in the place was good. However, our waitress was grumpy and impatient with us, snapping when we made a friendly remark about the cartoons on the walls. If that had been in the UK we wouldn't have tipped such rudeness at all.
Posted by Susan on 11/08/2005
I am from hawaii and i visited NYC in may this year.. i went to timesquare with my friend and i tried cheesecake with strawberries.. IT WAS SO GOOD! I never tasted anything like it before in my life. even cheesecake factory does not compare! I'm gonna order it which is $60 + shipping next day which comes out to more than $100 .. BUT IT'S WORTH IT...
Posted by Rosemary on 10/09/2005
My friend and I stopped here yesterday after seeing The Odd Couple (so fantastic!) on the way to dinner. The pastries in the window caught my eye so we decided to take some home. Everything looked wonderful and after some tries today and last night - Excellent stuff. The Black and White cookies are amazing, like cake actually; The chocolate almond pretzels in the window are a must try, the Linzer cookies out of this world and the Macaroon almond cresents are unreal. Definately a great place to pick up some stuff to take home from the fabulous Times Square, whether you can share with others is your choice but I will definitely be back!
Posted by Ly on 09/26/2005
I didn't eat in, I just wanted to bring a cheesecake home. The quality of the plain cheesecake was wonderful. A friend at work who normally hates it really loved it. Yes, you can eat for cheaper, but that's really not the point. I hauled a $60 cheesecake from Times Square to San Diego Sunday night and we spent the Monday morning coffee break in cheesecake heaven. Heavy, rich, it's a gigantic cake and I think we got 20-24 slices out of it. They provided a nice heavy box tied with string for easy carrying.
Posted by Copper Cat on 09/10/2005
We visited Roxy's for breakfast after reading the reviews here. At first we were impressed by the nice flashy sign lovely looking pastries in the window and the greeter was very pleasant, chatting as she seated us however once we looked over the menu it was obvious that the breakfast was going to be an expensive one. A plain cold criossant was $5 with a ham and cheese one coming in at $13!! Orange juice cost $5 that said it was a large glass so I didn't need a second glass. My husband had sausage and eggs, the eggs and homefries were nice enough although the sausages were a bit hard/burnt. In addition our waitress couldn't speak very good english so between that and our Scottish accent getting the order right wasn't an easy task! In short the food was nice but you're definitely paying for the location, fight on Times Square.