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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 Anonymous on 09/08/2005

    Great Food!

    My husband and I ate lunch here and had a great meal. I would suggest that you pay the $3 share charge because the sandwiches are huge! We had a sandwich, fries and drinks for $35. Also, the pastries are YUM. We had a chocolate twist that we shared for $2.

  • Roxy Delicatessen

    Posted by Ashley on 07/20/2005

    Mediocre service, wonderful food

    Although the waiters did appear somewhat uninterested and busy, the breakfast food was absolutely delicious. And the cheesecake? Can't miss! Omelette with muenster cheese and ham was simply delectable. Definitely will return!

  • Roxy Delicatessen

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/26/2005

    Not pleased...

    First of all the waitress was too busy chatting to come and take our order. The prices were too expensive for what you got. $2.95 for a canned soda is very high. The atmosphere was good but the tables downstairs were crunched together.

  • Roxy Delicatessen

    Posted by Arlene on 04/30/2005

    Don't expect much

    We could not locate the restaurant we had planned to dine at. We saw this pretty sign and the location was convenient so we decided to take a chance. We should have known when the place was soo narrow, and you had to walk up a long, thin flight of steps to get to the dining room. Opening the menus we were surprised at the high prices, even for Manhattan. Sandwiches were in the $14-25 range. Accepting that the prices were high we ordered, two people ordered sandwiches, one a caesar salad and one, the hot open roast beef sandwich. The Patrami sandwich was tasteless but worse there was no texture to the meat. It just dissolved in your mouth. It was like it had been laying too long. The portions were very large, but with the lack of taste it didn't matter. The roast beef was served in a very salty gravy and both the roast beef and the potatoes were buried in too much of the gravy. Trying to get a refill of water was a chore, but everyone just smiled, since some did not understand English. The bill for four of us for a very poor quality dinner was $105. Not high for dinner under normal circumstances, but for the poor quality food, lack of service, and frustration, it seemed higher than it should have been.

  • Roxy Delicatessen

    Posted by Lisa on 04/25/2005

    Excellent Food! Just way too much.

    This is my favorite deli in NYC. It is expensive and everything is way too big. There is always a lot of waste. I suggest that two people share one thing. The lemon pound cake is to die for.

  • Roxy Delicatessen

    Posted by KD on 04/07/2005

    Expensive, But Well Worth It!

    Okay, the service staff is borderline rude. But isn't everyone in NYC? Our family of four ate here for late lunch, early dinner. We had 3 personal pan pizzas, 1 cheese burger, sodas, one piece of cheesecake and 2 cookies. We spent $130! But I have to say I would do it again! The food was fabulous! If you don't mind waiting and can overlook the "service with an attitude," it is well worth it!

  • Roxy Delicatessen

    Posted by Anonymous on 04/07/2005

    Not recommended

    First of all, the atmosphere in this restaurant is disappointing. No windows at all. The foods are overpriced and are not that great, though they come in bigger portions. Waiters would complain if you don't give them the high tip.

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