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Posted by LimestoneKid on 01/09/2007
You deserve to treat yourself to a meal at the Woolworth Tower Kitchen. The food is consistently good but it is the top quality, personal approach to the service that keeps me coming back. Anyone can hire a bimbo to stand by the door and say "Thank you. Good night." (think Applebee's) but it's a completely different level when the manager excuses himself from a conversation and comes over to say "thank you". In an age when sincere, personal attention and gratitude seem to be quickly slipping away in the service industry it's very refreshing to dine at a restaurant like the Woolworth Tower Kitchen. There is no pretention - just genuine, top-quality service.
Posted by Rene' on 09/20/2006
After a movie, we just wanted a something to eat. The meal was a joy. The service is friendly,the drinks great and best of all the food wonderful. We are coming into the city just to have brunch. The food was fresh, well priced and intriguing. My friend who complains about everything had nothing but high praise. Good job.
Posted by GP on 07/29/2006
What a unexpected, great, place. From the decor, to the service, to the food!! The tables are spaced with ample room, so you are not on top of each other. There is a fabulous area with bar for private parties. Can't wait to go back.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/14/2006
Have the chocolate cake and the apple martinis and you will be more than happy to have paid any price
Posted by Anonymous on 06/21/2006
I hosted a surprise party here and a work party here-- both were amazing. The manager couldn't have been more accomodating, the staff was really friendly and attentive, and the prices reasonable. And, the food is pretty damn tasty and the drinks stiff. Thanks guys!
Posted by JSzuch on 01/26/2006
...to have this place in his Tower. The food is excellent - very elegant versions of bar and grille fare. The chicken paillard is perfectly done on a bed of greens that are perfectly dressed; the lamb is a delight; and the mussels are some of the best that I've had in NYC. Seriously. The warm and inviting decor is charming, with all the right touches. The bar is well-tended, but tends to get crowded after work. Go for dinner. It's well worth it.
Posted by Cathy on 01/22/2006
I had the bacon wrapped salmon, which was dee-lish. Though probably not so good for my cholesterol. My friend had the risotto paella, which had some of the best mussels I've had in ages. The place has a pretty crowded bar after work so I prefer to sit down at the tables.