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  • American (New), Seafood
  • 828 8th Ave, New York NY10019 40.7622491 -73.9861089
  • (At 50th St)
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  • (212) 399-4444
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User Ratings (Based on 66 reviews)

3.825
Food 4.1 Value 3.6
Service 3.4 Atmosphere 4.1

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 399-4444
voice
(212) 399-4443
Fax:
fax
(212) 399-3268
Website:
www.restaurantthalia.com
Place Order:
Order From Thalia for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc, DC
Hours:
Mon: 12pm-12:30am Tue-Thu : 12pm-1am Fri: 12pm-1am Sat: 11am-1am Sun: 11am-12:30am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Group Dining, Open Late, Outdoor Dining, Prix Fixe, Pre/Post Theater, Raw Bar, Delivery, Online Reservations, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering, Private Parties
Min Delivery:
10.00

User Reviews

  • Thalia

    Posted by Aksh on 08/22/2006

    Nice and Cosy but careful with the wine!

    living near thalia I wanted a quite and cosy place to go to with friends visiting me. Thalia was the perfect place for that. Ambiance was good and the food very tasty! We were quite disappointed though with the wine. We actually took a New York wine (which probably explains why it was not good) because we had never tried one before...anyway, it was not a good wine at all for 40 dollars (!) so I'd rather advise you to put another 20 dollars and take a good reliable french or italian wine! But overall a good place especially in that area...

  • Thalia

    Posted by Erin on 04/27/2006

    Oh, how I love this place

    Oh, I absolutely love this place, whether for a nice romantic dinner for 2 (about $90-100 w/drinks) or for drinks and dessert in the lounge area. It is cavernous and cozy at the same time (thanks to the plush leather couches). I highly recommend the deep sea scallop entree, and creme brulee. The best part is that reservations are hardly ever needed. You should try it!

  • Thalia

    Posted by anon on 03/20/2006

    Great Brunch

    Usually I don't give all 5's for a restaurant. Thalia's deserves it, though. We were walking around the threatre district trying to find a good place to eat (and stay warm before the 25th Annual Putnam Spelling Bee show at 2pm.) Happened upon this place and found they offered a Saturday Brunch, complete with drink (mimosa, bloody mary, wine, or soda). The mini-muffins were delicious, as was the large-portion quiche. The fruit in the fruit platter (with granola and yogurt) was fresh and delicious. Our servers were very nice, helpful, and our food was brought out in a timely manner. Dress is nice casual or dressy. White tablecloths and napkins. Prices are very reasonable. Would definitely good again soon.

  • Thalia

    Posted by brad4nyc on 03/13/2006

    Perfect Late Nite Buger

    Thalia is great for late night dining or snacking. We have shared the burger and fries once a month for 4 months straight. The burger is cooked to perfection and adorned with secret toppings that are out of this world! The french fries are crisp and served with crisp fried herbs. While I bet the food is always great, it's a real treat when you are hungry and it's after midnight!

  • Thalia

    Posted by DesmondJ R R/N on 02/25/2006

    Recomended

    On arriving at Thalia for what was to be a standard meal it turned out to be quiet the romantic evening. This is due to the ambiance set by the lack of customers, Location and the excellent selection of oysters. The only thing that let it down was the service. This may have been an isolated incodent, but on ordering a steak cooked "blue" the waitress replied with "Blue what's that?" whilst sporting a contorted face of confusion. But when the food did arrive, I'd give it 9/10, my compliments to the chef, a truly exellent meal.

  • Thalia

    Posted by icemancometh00 on 02/06/2006

    One of best brunch choices around town

    Not knowing which places are good for brunch, just happened to walk by here. Great choice to celebrate dad's 71st b/day. The brunch menu was very nice & the prices very reasonable for the location & atmosphere. The bathrooms were funky kool. But have to say I agree w/ prior reviewer, the svc was poor. The manager was apologetic & gave us free dessert but I'd rather pay & get great food & great svc. The freebie didn't compensate for the lack of attention. But food is excellent, my kids loved the mini-blueberry muffins, you get a free drink & the desserts were decadent. I would come back for other occassions since the others we tried were just ok but pricey.

  • Thalia

    Posted by Anonymous on 12/16/2005

    The food is great, so-so service

    My wife and I and another couple had brunch at Thalia's recently, and were extraordinarily pleased with the food and value. I can't recommend enough the lobster benedict. Plus, brunch comes with a bloody mary, screwdriver, or glass of wine (now THAT'S value!) All of my party were impressed with the food, but the service was only mediocre. Things started off well with our friendly and cheery waitress, who suggested the lobster benedict, for which we were all later grateful. However, once the drinks and bread (muffins) came out, she disappeared. Completely vanished. I would have sworn a waitress Bermuda Triangle had formed over the restaurant. We were trying to pay and leave for nearly 20 minutes. What gives, Thalia's? Finally, the resaurant itself is eye candy, with glowing but subdued orange lights, dark wood tables mahogany leather sofas, and light-colored walls. Even in the midst of a heavily trafficked brunch, we felt cozy and comfortable (making the interminable wait for the server to deliver and close out our bill much less excruciating). Despite the vanishing server, I highly recommend giving the brunch a shot. It is an excellent bargain in an expensive city.

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