225 E. 44th St., New York, NY, 10017
nr. Third Ave.
By LMS521 on 6/8/2011
Bought the $1 dollar special off of living social. Its funny because the whole point of teaming up with living social is to promote the restaurant but this experience made me NEVER want to return. The service was extremely poor and slow, water was never refilled, every table was waiting for their food 45min to and hour or more, and worst of all NO ONE was apologetic at all. Its understood that they were busy but at least show some remorse for your hungry customers. I would NOT recommend coming back here.
By girlabouttown on 11/1/2006
There are lots of pubs around here, or bars in fancy steak houses, but not "neighborhood bar" type places. It is never crowded when I go here on the weekends. Weekdays, sure... the after work crowd from Midtown (and lots of folks from Pfizer, I'd suspect). But, there is a great upstairs which is quieter with tables for bar food and a second bar, and also a GREAT new deck on the back open in all reasoable weather. I DON'T find it a meatmarket, but I also tend not to hang down by the billiards and sports broadcasts... more likely to go upstairs or outside and catch up with a friend.
By SingOrDie on 3/7/2005
Went last Tuesday night and had a great time. The song list is incredible! I couldn't think of a single song they didn't have! Great sound system and the DJ took the time to adjust the mix for each singer. Will definitely be back.
By GOLDY412 on 1/28/2003
I brought some clients here after a dinner on a Thursday (amateur) night. We stayed for hours, drinking beers, doing shots, talking to above average looking girls (evidently they'll talk to anyone w/ an expense acct.) All in all, it was a great time.
Picnics with a view, roller-skating nostalgia, and a party for gay headbangers.