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Reade Street Pub & Kitchen

135 Reade St., New York, NY, 10013
nr. Hudson St.
212-227-2295

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7
"Recommended"

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75% would go back.

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GREAT PLACE TO MEET REAL NEW YORKERS

By jimgannon on 9/19/2011

  • Overall Rating: 10
  • Yes, I would go back!

I live in Chicago and frequent Reade Street Pub everytime I'm in town. Which is quite often. I've been going there for 10years. EVERYONE there, whether staff member or patron, has always been nice. THIS IS A GREAT PLACE! The food is damn good and the drink prices are pretty reasonable! Yes, it gets crowded after work, but that's what happens to places that people like to hang out at. Give it a try. I guarentee you will not be disappointed. This place is a gem that really should be kept a secret!

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49 out of 93 people found this review helpful.

Very good service.

By torino on 2/2/2011

  • Overall Rating: 8
  • Yes, I would go back!

Ate lunch with my 2 year old son there today. Service was very good. The food was good as well. I would eat there again if in the area. Also they poured a good pint of Guinness!

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47 out of 100 people found this review helpful.

Are you joking "incredibly rude"?

By soldesign on 7/30/2010

  • Overall Rating: 10
  • Yes, I would go back!

As a bar patron, it is very rude to occupy a table and not buy drinks when someone like myself is waiting for a table who wants to buy drinks. If the place was not hopping, go on be leisurely, but come on, the World Cup is a totally different ball of wax. And this place is always packed, despite the World Cup, if you ever went there before you would know this is one of the most popular bars in Tribeca for the after work crowd and at other times is is constantly streaming with regulars. Instead of being self entitled and righteous and expecting a server to gently ask you want you would like to drink, amongst the hundreds of soccer fans all eager for their drinks, why don't you put on some reality glasses or just move on a very pretentious joint where you will feel right at home amongst smug, quietly spoken, servers. The place does not need you anyway. I am just a casual customer, not even a regular, and it is obviuos from your post you are a newbie with a sense of self entitlement. Did you just come off the boat or something. There is a huge difference between being rushed at a restaurant and being rushed at a bar during the world cup. Even coffee shops that provide free wifi ask that you buy something every so often and not just suck up space. People got to make money and they don't do it providing you a free place to just hang.

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70 out of 121 people found this review helpful.

Incredibly RUDE!!!

By stefano780 on 6/26/2010

  • Overall Rating: 1
  • No, I would not go back!

Staff is really rude. We ordered beers, the place was packed because of world cup. Their business had really benefited from the event that day. We, loudly, were asked that if we wanted to continue staying in the bar to finish the game we had to continue ordering. It is the same as if you were asked in a restaurant where you are already eating that, in order to continue staying at your table you have to order more food!!! Not considering that we were thinking about eating in that place after the match (we obviously did not!) we found this incredibly RUDE. Obviously some people drink more some less and we definitely had not giving them less money than other people there. DO NOT GO THERE!

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58 out of 164 people found this review helpful.

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