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Sofrito

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    RatingAvg. Dinner Entrée
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  • Puerto Rican/Dominican, Latin American, Nuevo Latino
  • 400 E 57th St, New York NY10022 40.7582898 -73.9629118
  • (Btwn 1st Ave & Sutton Pl)
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  • (212) 754-5999
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User Ratings (Based on 159 reviews)

3.605
Food 3.9 Value 3.7
Service 3.2 Atmosphere 3.7

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 754-5999
Fax:
fax
(212) 754-5959
Website:
www.sofritony.com
Notes:
Catering Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Sun-Thu: 4pm-12am Fri-Sat: 5pm-2am
Serves:
Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Group Dining, Kid-friendly, Open Late, Prix Fixe, Live Entertainment, Happy Hour, Online Reservations, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Catering

User Reviews

  • Sofrito

    Posted by Anonymous on 08/11/2007

    Birthday girl

    The ambiance was beautiful. However, I arrived and waited for two hours to be seated. From the beginning, the hostess kept on mentioning that she could not give me an estimated waiting time for seating, which led to my girlfriends and me waiting 2 hours to be seated. We also engaged in a conversation with a couple who had reservations and they waited 45 minutes to be seated. To better explain it, we arrived at 8:00pm and by 11:00pm, we had our food served. In addition, the food is great and the music (salsa) was excellent. The drinks were exquisite and I highly recommend the "Sofrito Mojito". The drink prices were decent, considering it is a restaurant and NYC. The service was mediocre, including the hostess' lack of communication to the waiting customers regarding their waiting time. Excluding the hostesses, the service was satisfactory.

  • Sofrito

    Posted by Muguette from NJ on 07/29/2007

    About time!

    My husband and I visited Sofrito yesterday and had a great time. It is about time that a "Puerto Rican" restaurant gets the proper credit it deserves instead of calling it "nuevo latino cusine." The food was very good and the live music along with the array of excellent dancers was more than enough to make one shake in your seats all night long. The sound system was a bit loud during the band breaks but other than that the atmosphere was very nice. We are definately telling people about this place!

  • Sofrito

    Posted by Stacy Morales - Brooklyn, NY on 07/25/2007

    great

    I went to eat in Sofritos last weekend with 2 girlfriends. I must say I was more than impressed. I was a little dumbfounded when I read a few reviews slamming the service. I'm wondering if these people were at the same restaurant I was at. The service was remarkable and the food was simply amazing. So much so that I brought my daughter there yesterday 7/24 for her 6th birthday because she is a very picky eater and I knew she'd be pleased with the food @ Sofrito's. Needless to say, she was ranting & raving to everyone in our family about how good the food is. I can't wait to go back.

  • Sofrito

    Posted by Tonya T on 07/20/2007

    Food Lover

    I'd like to say Sofrito is a wonderful restraunt to have dinner but the service is not very good. I've been there several times and have had the misfortune of having the same waiter and his service was unacceptable! The lanuage barriers plus the slow response mad the dinner a bit hard to bear. Once the food arrived you where in total heaven.

  • Sofrito

    Posted by Kurt on 07/14/2007

    Good Food Rude Service

    Well, I went to Sofrito on Friday 7/13/07 for dinner with my girlfriend and suffice it to say that devoid of the service, the restaurant is adequate. The food was good, though not especially memorable. The atmosphere was interesting, though not what you'd expect in a place with the rep this one has. The other sister restaurants are much more upscale. What ruined the evening was the rude hostess and wait staff. It took forever to get seated with a reservation. The waitstaff were abrupt and didn't get the order on the first try. He had to come back over to check how I wanted my steak. The bar took forever for just a couple of beers and soda. We didn't order any fancy drinks but waited at least 15 min from when we ordered to get drinks. The waiter then disappeared and didn't return. I asked the food runner to get him over, that didn't work. I asked another waiter to get him over. That didn't work. When the manager came around to see how we were doing and I complained, the waiter finally came over. The manager didn't even offer to do anything for us. The waiter actually had the audacity to underline the tip line on the check. Now I eat out at least 3x weekly and never have I seen someone underline the tip line on a check. Basically here is the low down...this is a place to stop at and have a bite on an off night. This really isn't a good date place and it really isn't the place to be on a thurs-sat night. The food was good and for dinner for 2, a $76 check isn't bad at all so I might return, just not any time soon. Perhaps my next trip there would be on a less busy Tuesday evening or something like that...so contrast the level of service.

  • Sofrito

    Posted by The Mirandas on 06/23/2007

    Sofrito Es Sabroso

    Went with my family after reading the review in a NY newspaper and was genuinely impressed with the location and the quality of the food. The Sofrito Mojito was quite delicious; the pitcher was able to serve 3 people about 2 drinks each. At the end of the meal we indulged ourselves with dessert: the cheese flan and the tres leches. Both the desserts were very rich and made to perfection. Will go back again on Friday's or Saturday to enjoy the live music.

  • Sofrito

    Posted by Sandrita...la huerfanita on 06/19/2007

    Truly...Boricua Pa' Que Lo Sepan Todos!

    Back in December '06 my husband I and celebrated our birthdays...well... we have been back quite a few times and let me tell you IT'S STILL ALL THAT AND A BAG O' PLATANO CHIPS...where should I start....the food, service, atmosphere, ambience is all FABULOSO...JR whatever it is that you are doing...keep doing it. I'm looking forward to this Friday where I'll be taking my Papi for a belated Día de los Padres celebration. Que viva Puerto Rico.....QUE VIVAAAA!!

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