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Posted by jags on 09/15/2010
The first time I ate at Trinity Place I had the burger. It wasn't prepared as I asked but I just ate it anyway. Thought maybe it was just an off-experience specific to the burger. The second time I had the onion tart and the gnocchi. Disappointing. Also, the waitress didn't check on us and we never even got a refill of water, even though I'd asked. If you are unfamiliar with the NY restaurant scene you may think this place is good, but if you appreciate good food you will probably be disappointed.
Posted by erin on 08/04/2010
My boyfriend and I went to Trinity's because the atmosphere and menu looked unique. Well once inside, we were seen by 3 different waiters/waitresses, it took an hour to get our food, the appetizer came out when our meal did, never was able to order more than one drink because the server never came back, and worst of all the check NEVER came out. We sat at the table (and not to mention there was no one in there eating dinner at this time-since we went kind of early) and watched all of the waiters walk past us, but trying to ignore us at the same time. so eventually we added up the bill in our head and left what we thought it should be then we left!!
Posted by Anonymous on 01/12/2009
A group of us from the office went here for lunch today. The Lobster BLT is amazing! We also shared chocolate truffles and the cheesecake. Nice atmosphere, but was just a little disappointed with the service. It took a while for the waiter to come back to the table and we ended up having to pay the check as we were walking out since we had waited so long. Otherwise, I would definitely go back again.
Posted by ny'er on 07/23/2008
I was there last night and was hugely disappointed. The food was below average and the decor (besides the vault opening) was not impressive. The clientele seemed to be out-of-towners judging from their clothing and hairstyles...they might be impressed by this tourist trap but a new yorker just wants good food. The seaport has better food than this place!
Posted by Anonymous on 06/19/2008
My boyfriend and I decided to take a weekend getaway to the city, and we came across Trinity Place on our "bar searching venture". The whole decor of it is just really relaxing in itself. We spent pretty much our whole night in there, chatting it up with the locals and the barstaff, who were all very cool people. It is a bit pricy, but the food [[]that we had] was worth it. I highly recommend the lobster bisque...it's awesome. I can't wait to go back.
Posted by kevin on 02/25/2008
My Girlfriend and I love to go out for dinner, usually we want a good menu that we both enjoy and a place that can be fun to go. i liked it so much i went back again for dinner the day after. the first night i had the Lamb Shank (so good) and the second day i had the steak, this was magic and he potato was to die for. During the week it is a place that anything can happen and on the weekend its a great for a quite dinner and a quite drink or two. over all i really enjoyed it and cant wait to return.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/30/2007
Great atmosphere, good food. I had the duck confit and it was tender and very flavorful. The only problem is that the seating were very close to each other, I can practically hear the whole conversation in the next table and vice versa. So if privacy is a key thing for you or just space in general, re-consider a bit. But overall, good place for dinner, great place for happy hour.