611 Ninth Ave., New York, NY, 10036
nr. 43rd St.
By JHoffman1 on 3/5/2011
Ive lived near Daltons for over 2 years now, being a huge sports fan I initially thought it would end up being a great place to watch games after moving to NYC. However, after going in several times I concluded it was just "OK!" and really didnt care to go back. Recently I met a friend for drinks at Daltons who informed me that the bar had new owners, which made sense given the fact that they now had all brand new 50" flat screens, a new menu, new staff, and my favorite part.... A Patron shot Chiller! Since then Ive been to Daltons a half dozen times, and every time has been great; the food is excellent, the drinks and drink specials are vast, and the service is amazing! Theyve done a nice job turning it around, but I still think the best part about the place, is all of the flat screens theyve put in! Theres just not a bad seat in the house with 15 or so TVs, and they have just about every sports package you could imagine. Baseball, Football, Basketball, Hockey, Golf, Cricket, Soccer, you name it! Love Daltons, its become my local hang out!
By mikede on 8/6/2009
I am new to the neighborhood and this place looked fine so I thought I would give it a try. Never again! I planned to have dinner at this place. First, I was offered a noisy table in the bar area. When I asked for a better table, I was moved to the back area. The bar stools are very uncomfortable for dinner. Now on to the food and service. There is NO service. They take your order and you are lucky if some of the food arrives. I didn't even have silverware when the food arrived. Forget asking for anything special or medium or medium rare. It all comes out the same and the guys who bring the food to your table have no idea what you ordered. The waitress never stopped by to see if everything or anything was alright. The prices are high for bar food with no service. There are too many other options along 9th Avenue so there is no reason to ever go back here again.
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