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Posted by BroadwayGirl on 01/14/2010
Great food - great service. Friends and I stumbled across this place after our bi-annual play date. Staff pleasant, food choices different and very delicious. Sangria is great.
Posted by anonymous on 01/10/2010
The food here is pretty great! The shrimp and grits was so awesome I as thinking about it for days. The holy water cocktail was great too. The service isn't the best, but they make up for it in friendliness. I'd definitly reccommend it.
Posted by Paula G on 11/20/2009
My husband and I were recently in New York to visit our daughter and I always try to find a small, neighborhood type place for at least one dinner. Found Sweet Emily's and had a wonderful dinner! We had two apps, 3 different meals, 2 drinks, 1 wine and 1 specialty margarita at a very reasonable price, just under $100 for all 3 of us. The food was delicious! Emily came out from the kitchen and talked with the customers-she's a lovely woman. As a bonus, the ladies room was large and spotless! Will definitely return on our next trip.
Posted by media35 on 10/20/2009
The food is really good. We were all pleasantly surprised. Good pricing. Everyone found something on the diverse menu they loved. House wine could be a little better. The service is top notch with every waitstaff person (we have been back 3 times already) friendly and good. We are so glad something not geared to tourists (overpriced Italian) is in the neighborhood.
Posted by UWSider on 07/02/2009
Ok, the bottom line - the food was good, but the decor was ghastly. It looks like they turned off the lights at Rene Pujol, removed all the (1970s) charm and then opened the next day as Sweet Emilys. Please get an inexpensive decorator or you will never survive. The tables with the vinyl/plastic on them are inexcusable and ruin the experience. Invest in some clean white tableclothes or just plain wood. Your food is really good! Good luck!
Posted by Lorna on 06/23/2009
This place was great, fairly easy to find and we were all satisfied. Good prices too. The menu was very diverse. The chicken fried steak was very good.
Posted by native NYer on 05/11/2009
With so many tourist traps in the theater district, it's a challenge to find a good restaurant with value in the area. While walking around looking for an interesting and not too expensive restaurant, we came upon Sweet Emily's on Saturday night for a pre-theater dinner. I was very impressed. Good service, tasty food, and very reasonable prices. My pork enchilada special was delicious and the ceviche appetizer as well. I will certainly dine here again and hope to see this place become a success.