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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 10/12/2004

    Pricey but worth it.

    I took my BF on a trip to NY with another couple. We needed a break from them and they had complained that they stopped and looked the menu at Roxy's but didn't eat because it was too expensive. So to avoid them and eat alone we went there. I saw the price for a side of bacon (my favorite) and my jaw dropped, $7.95. Ordered any way. Warning, side of bacon, not just 2 pieces, its a whole freakin' side of bacon. Awesome! Portions so big you could share. Worth the money. It's tradition now to eat one breakfast at Roxy's. Going back to try the cheesecake.

  • Roxy Delicatessen

    Posted by Welker Family (California) on 08/11/2004

    Cheesecake

    All I can say is the cheesecake is to die for. Sandwiches are soooo big I couldn't eat it all (My son 23 and my wife and I could not eat our sandwiches.) Came back the next day for Cheesecake and it was wonderful. Service was good but not great. It was very busy and I felt sorry for the waitress.

  • Roxy Delicatessen

    Posted by Sherlene Christen, North Carolina on 06/30/2004

    A New York Tradition

    My friends and I have been going to NYC every spring for 10 years now. Roxy is always one of our first and last stops. You just can't find Cheesecake like that in North Carolina (or anywhere else I've been). When we begin planning our trip, we always put "Roxy" at the top of the list, and then again at the bottom. The first time is for us, and the last time is for the family at home. Believe me, once you've had Roxy's Cheescake, you'll never be satisfied with any other.

  • Roxy Delicatessen

    Posted by Renee in PA on 05/28/2004

    Tasty

    Went into Roxy's for something to do before we left to go home... High prices, but I kind of liked the NY atmosphere it had. My friend and I split an appetizer. It was stuffed cabbage..but it was really good. Kind of a sweet and sour sauce. Also had the french onion soup and pickles (yum!) and coleslaw Odd combination..I know. But Thats all we could afford. The food was good and it was a fun night.

  • Roxy Delicatessen

    Posted by Dawn B on 05/06/2004

    Texas Loves New York

    We had been walking for about 4 hours all around New York, when we came upon Roxy's in Time Square, we went in shared a piece of Cheese (TO DIE FOR) between three of us, along with Iced Tea. We loved it so much that we returned the next two days for lunch, we tried the Stage Deli also, not impressed at all. ROXY IS THE BOMB... Love Ya, everybody was nice and the food was the best.....

  • Roxy Delicatessen

    Posted by BJ from Syracuse area on 04/20/2004

    Previous reviewer has gone mad!

    The cheesecake is absolutely the best I have ever had, and there is a huge variety of choices. The waitstaff was friendly, polite and helpful, and for the portions you get, the food is well worth the high prices. Check it out!

  • Roxy Delicatessen

    Posted by Anonymous on 04/19/2004

    Tourist Ripoff

    On a recent trip to New York I made the mistake of not leaving this place after sitting down and reading the menu (yes, mea culpa). Meal prices in Manhattan are high to begin with, and prices on Times Square, tourist trap that it is, are no exception. But prices at this place take the cake -no pun intended. And you pay extra if you want to split a meal with someone at the table. The food was in large portions, but not all that good, at least if you expect value for money. Then, to add insult to injury, the waiter felt stiffed that I didn't tip him enough - by meal's end I'd felt ripped off enough - and actually followed me out onto the street to complain. Sorry, I don't care how good people say the cheese cake is here, but if you are visiting Manhattan, my advice is that you avoid this place.

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