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118 Tenth Ave., New York, NY, 10011
nr. 17th St.
My 30th Birthday
By godandgfa4ever on 7/26/2010
I was at The Park on saturday night 7/24 for my birthday with friends. We were running late because of traffic and they were so kind to help us with our table when we arrived a half and hour late. The food as great and the service was so wonderful!! The DJ was doing her thang,I will go back very soon.
By cindyanne on 7/15/2009
Recently went to the Park with my family. The brunch was wonderful, the atmosphere was great and the service was excellent. My husband and I went back shortly after for dinner,we really enjoyed it. I would go back again. Next time I will bring my grandchildren, I think they would love sitting in the outside park - childrens menu looked great.
the place is amazing
By df09 on 3/4/2009
the food is great, but the place is even better
By pjcnyc on 2/27/2008
Whether I have gone to The Park for Halloween, met friends for dinner, had after work cocktails, or just grabbed a drink, it has never disappointed me. The staff is always good looking and professional. The food and drinks are always great, and appropriately priced for the location and venue atmosphere. If you have any sense of style or going out in manhattan, you won't have any trouble getting in, and there is always something going on--or you can find your own nook and make the night what you want.
The Park is GREAT
By andrewnyc on 12/16/2007
Food is good, music downstairs is pop 40 and average. MY Ipod could rival the DJ easily.....Service is GREAT, well thats because I fell for my waitress Rebecca, as soon as I saw her dimples. Upstairs very clubby, loungy feel to it. I would say this is a place where singles do mingle but the ladies travel in heavy packs here. Nice after work scene. Good date place, but the bring sand to the beach saying will linger in your mind. It's worth going just to see Rebecca's smile. Andrew "the parolee"
By gknee on 9/27/2005
After hanging out with 3 other girls inside having drinks for a bachelorette party, we got a call saying that our 3 other friends were not allowed in because of their shoes. The bad fake frosted blond with her stupid accent (they call her Alana) had way too much control and was basically a BIT*H. "Step aside and let me do my job." She wouldn't answer my question of what the "proper attire" was. After me asking a few times she finally says, "they have no soles, they're not thick enough, they can cut their feet inside." One girl had gold flats and the other leather thongs. She was a moron, one of us got in with flat thin thong sandals with no problem! People like that need to learn to treat others with respect and not let the power they have rule their little brains!
By mtifrere on 8/4/2004
Great atmosphere, The wait for upstairs access is worth every minute because the music is so much better and the bar isn't as crowded. drinks are good a little pricey but if you can't afford to go out then stay home.
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