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Posted by bamabest1992 on 03/08/2009
My wife and I were in NYC in Feb 2009 and were getting a little cold and hungry. We stopped in and had a fabulous hamburger - the best I have had in NYC. Recommend it highly
Posted by MDL on 01/26/2009
We went here to kill time between buying tickets and seeing a play b/c it was freezing outside. No complaints about the service but the price of the food was ridciulous. 2 slices of bread with cheese on it was $18. I think that was the cheapest thing on the menu. Also, I was shocked by all the rude customers....none of them were NYers!
Posted by Crystal from Georgia on 01/14/2009
We were there on December 28th and just had cheesecake which was $10.00 bucks a slice and that was fine because it was very good, but the service was awful and then the waiter didn't mind telling us that he expected a 18% tip and if the service had been good I wouldn't mind leaving a 20% tip and then he counted the money at the table and that is when he said that he expected at 18% tip. he took the money and then brought the change back and laid it on the table. So guess what he didn't get a tip at all. I will go back for the cheesecake but not for the service.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/02/2009
There were 3 of us, we had heard about Roxy from someone in our home state of GA, so 2 of us got cheesecake and my slice was the Oreo. It was so great. When the bill came it was $42 and the drinks were $3 each, which was ok for how delicious the cake was. But when we laid the money down the waiter counted it and then proceeded to let us know that we didnt give 18% tip. We are from GA where the tax is cheaper and tip, which if they are lucky is 15%. He brought back the change that was suppose to be his tip and my friends mom put it in her purse. That waiter ended up with no tip. I got a tip for him, dont count the tip in front of the customer, its so rude!
Posted by r&p on 09/17/2008
i went here with my boyfriend after walking around 42nd for a while. it drew my attention because of the marquees and flashing lights, but it all stops there. we stopped in to get a quick snack. i ordered a regular ceasar salad, a side of fries and a vanilla latte. first of all, when i received the salad, the tomato was just a huge whole tomato cut into 4 big jumbo pieces! they were thick 2 inch pieces! next, the onions were chopped into thick pieces as well. the pieces of lettuce...u guess it, cut in big chunks too. they werent even tossed. it was a thick layer or lettuce, then onions on top, then carrots, then the 4 big pieces of tomato! the fries were average. the most "okay" part of my meal was the vanilla latte. but at the end of the meal, i was shocked to see that somehow the check managed to reach $37!
Posted by Anonymous on 09/07/2008
We went here on our 1st night just to try the cakes!! I had a carrott cake, well let me tell you, you definetley get you $9.95 worths!! It was huge, I couldnt eat it all, the icing was rather sikly though. A few nights later we went back and had another cake, tirumisu! This was evn bigger than the carrott cake!! Was the best i'd ever had! Definetly worth a visit, when i go back to New York I'll be trying the sandwiches!!
Posted by Teresa on 09/01/2008
You must try the Cheesecake. I will tell you it costs $ 9.95 each, they give you a huge piece so trust me it's worth every mouthful. I just wish I hadn't eaten before hand so I could have tried the sandwiches everyone was enjoying they were huge and looked delicious.