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Posted by Mike W on 12/29/2011
Went to Mamma Mia last night and we needed to find a last minute restaurant to eat at. Everywhere we looked and tried was fully booked and we would not make the show if we waited. We stumbled upon the Roxy and were guided upstairs to a corner table, where you had to ask the two other tables to move just to sit down. I am from the area for 40 years and not a tourist. However this place was ridiculous. Four of us had 2 sandwiches a salad and popcorn chicken with sodas and the bill was 100 dollars. For that money I would much more recommend other delis close to the Roxy. I agree with a post down below that you are in NY and should expect to spend money for meals. However this place was subpar on everything except the service. Whoever was our waiter, he did his job and got us in and out in under 45 minutes so we could make our show. I would not go back here even if offered a free meal.
Posted by Roger on 12/26/2011
This was the first and last time for Roxy's. My wife and I ordered the bacon cheeseburgers. The buns were very soggy and the burgers tasted like theywere made earlier and reheated. The fries were cold and stale! Basically, this was the worst burger I have ever had and it it was very overpriced. I didn't even get a pickle with the meal.
Posted by Pat Hazelwood on 11/20/2011
My friend and I had been so looking forward to going to a real deli in New York City and we unfortunately picked Roxy's! Our waitress was the little snippet from Hell! She had no personality at all...very, very rude and just an all round brat. After we had finished our so, so meal (nothing like expected it to be) it was time to pay the bill. My husband had left a more than sizeable tip and our lovely waitress said in a very loud voice, "Are you kidding? This is it? Wasn't my service good enough for you?" I would have taken the money back and she would have gotten nothing...my husband (embarrassed beyond belief) gave her an addition to her tip and we left. So ended our exciting trip to our first authentic NY deli.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/11/2011
Roxy has been a must for me on every NYC trip since my first discovery. I can't get past the Blueberry cheesecake to try any other flavors. Junior's is nothing compared to this. I've given pieces to NYC native friends, and they won't even go back to Junior's, anymore. No problems with the service. In fact, it was quite friendly.
Posted by molly jack on 10/16/2011
Conveniently located for us, but the menu was overpriced and n0t savory. Cheesecake was good, but unfortunately it had to compete against Junior's which we had earlier. Junior's has the best classic,unadulterated cheesecake in the world! Sorry Roxy.
Posted by anonymous on 10/08/2011
It is pricey, but its amazing!! Best Reuben I have ever had and I love Reubens. Closest comparison is a little place in Cleveland that ironically is names New York Deli. Best Suggestion- Order and split it between two people
Posted by Cecilia Cecil on 09/25/2011
I was in New York recently, in Times Square-went in and order a piece of Cheesecake to go. Big mistake. Ate it later it was terrible. Wow $7.95 for a slice of ugh!!!!!