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Posted by Anonymous on 01/07/2007
For those who cherish the memory, the new model is different. The comfy old-fashioned rooms have been replaced by a large bar area and most of the dining rooms have been flung together in a sort of twenties spot with red leather banquettes and some sort of wall paper apparently intended as caricatures of famous people.
Posted by Excellente overall on 01/04/2007
I went to this restauratnt with two broads, reason being because one broads sister has all the ins for the cool places to go, the atmosphere was charming absolutely darling, the crabcakes and tuna tartar were to die for, the only down side was that the waiters kept dropping glasses and breaking things, but by the end of the night it was like the more the merrier, me and my friends decided to skip out on desert because otherwise wed have to unbutton our pants, but id def recommend this place if you can get a reservation. Also definetly ask for extra biscuits they are like butta
Posted by foodman on 12/24/2006
Charming place as we remember it, wonderfully prepared food, good service but...please give us a little more to eat. The pot pie had the famous generous crust but hardly any chicken and not enough veggies. The same for the seafood appetizer - which had delicious offerings but not nearly as much as comparable restaurants. The desserts were by far the best value at $7 and absolutely divine.
Posted by Voyeur on 12/07/2006
After observing the reconstruction at the Waverly this past month, I finally decided to venture in yesterday. I was pleased to find they had a GREAT white truffle mac n cheese to offer. It was a little pricey, but understandable b/c of the truffles. The server was excellent (and from MI GO BLUE!), and the atmosphere was pleasant but bordering on hectic when it got really busy.
Posted by Longtime neighbor on 11/22/2006
We live around the corner from what is now The Waverly Inn and looked in one night a few weeks ago happy to find it's reopened under the ownership of Graydon Carter and others. The restaurant was still in previews but happily, the food is now delicious and the place even cosier than before. With several small rooms and roaring fires, the place was filled with very chic parties. Sadly, the service was horrendous -- we waited ages to order, then the semi-rude waiter hardly checked in on us during the meal, and finally, the check was wrong FIVE times. After about 30 minutes, we were finally given the correct check with copious apologies and a discount by a different waiter. Hopefully, they've worked out the service problems because the food and the place are lovely. The only issue now will be fighting through the double parked limos!