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  • Asian Fusion, American (Traditional)
  • 756 9th Ave, New York NY10019 40.763819 -73.988292
  • (Btwn 50th & 51st St)
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  • (212) 974-2003
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User Ratings (Based on 112 reviews)

3.765
Food 3.7 Value 3.6
Service 3.7 Atmosphere 3.9

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 974-2003
Fax:
fax
(212) 956-9277
Websites:
www.vynl-nyc.com
www.vynlnyc.com
Place Order:
Order From Vynl for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx
Hours:
Mon: 11am-11pm Tue-Wed: 11am-12am Thu-Fri: 11am-1am Sat: 9:30am-3:30pm, 4pm-1am Sun: 9:30am-3:30pm, 4pm-11pm
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Open Late, Delivery, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out
Delivery Area:
6th to 12th Ave 41st to 62nd St

User Reviews

  • Vynl

    Posted by czguest on 06/18/2014

    loud, Louder, Loudest!

    I went to Vynl for the first time since they moved into their new space. The food wasn't bad, actually the burgers were good. However, it was so loud it was difficult to hold a conversation. Why don't new restaurants do a better job soundproofing restaurants? Is there anyone that really enjoys screaming over dinner?

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    Posted by Chrissy on 03/09/2013

    Blah food, great service

    Just ate here with some friends. I never did like the place so I was pleasantly surprised that the food was pretty good, but by no means remarkable. It is not cheap, and coffee is overpriced. The place is loud, but every restaurant in NYC is loud so that comes with the territory. I have to say the service was exceptional--friendly, competent, attentive. For New York City, a city with a ton of awful restaurants, this place isn't bad.

  • Vynl

    Posted by Anonymous on 08/16/2012

    Nice happy hour, overpriced snacks.

    I came here to enjoy Happy Hour drinks. I knew Vynl has a history, but was unaware this is a reopening. The Frozen Sangria was great for $5. I ordered the deviled eggs to go with. They brought me three deviled eggs on a small plate for $5. Three deviled eggs! Five dollars! For around $3, I could've bought a dozen of medium eggs, boiled them, sliced them in half, mixed the hardened yolks with mustard, mayo, paprika, and relish, and had 24 deviled eggs that tasted equal or better! So they cannot justify the cost with some "artistic" description. It's deviled eggs, for goodness sake. Now I see where they recoup the money for Happy Hour. If you go, save your money.... don't eat, just drink!

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    Posted by Happy I went on 05/15/2012

    The one dish I had was great

    I went there late night on a Monday and ordered the shrimp tacos. They were GREAT. They were spicy and tangy while the peanuts were sweet. You only get two tacos but they were loaded with shrimp. Can't wait to go back and get it again! I can't attest to anything else on the menu though!

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    Posted by Arlene Blix on 05/13/2012

    Very noisy place with mediocre food

    We were very disappointed with this restaurant. The food was just OK, service OK, but the noise level was so high that we couldn't talk at all! We ate quickly so we could get out of there... Beware!

  • Vynl

    Posted by Change for the worse on 03/11/2012

    Change for the Worse

    Vynl is not the place anymore that I have been going to for many years. The menu has c hanged for the worst. It used to be difficult to decide and now I almost can't find anything I really want. The menus are jot records anymore either. Why is it called Vynl?

  • Vynl

    Posted by Anonymous on 02/12/2012

    Went From Great To Gross

    My husband and I have been eating here for years. What is up with the new menu? We ordered delivery for the first time since it reeopened. The calamari entree was undercooked. Not like the yummy crispy stuff before. The thai noodle soup, I actually flushed it down the toilet. It had enormous pieces of ground and crunched up bone in it. I hope to G*d it was chicken. We also ordered pad thai with tofu and sesame chicken. The pad thai used to have fluffy tofu, now it had oversalted bean curd, oversalted mushrooms, itty bitty carrots, and huge chunks of scallions. Seriously, all you could taste was scallions and salt. Nasty. My husband's sesame chicken was FLOATING in an island of sauce. We have been bummed ever since, this used to be our favorite go-to restaurant. What happened? Not eating here again.

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