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10 Columbus Cir., 4th fl., New York, NY, 10023
at 58th St.
Great Space, But No Where to Sit
By woostergirl on 2/24/2008
Stone Rose is billed as an upscale bar/lounge in the Time Warner Center, worthy neighbor to the restaurants Porter House, MASSA and Per Se. The decor is modern art deco and very spacious. The music on Saturday night is a fun blend of older top 40 music. The drinks are a bit outrageously priced and I couldn't take in the view at night. But the main problem is that it is not a relaxing place to have a drink. All the seating appear to be reserved and yet empty at 11p on a Saturday night. Stone Rose gives the cold shoulder.
Great spot, but expensive as....
By cwm21 on 4/1/2004
Absolutely beautiful spot, but expect to pay beautiful spot prices. Great drink menu, with a few new and innovative drinks. Prices range $12 to $18 per drink, but between the attmosphere and the drink, I would say it is worth it......for a round or two. Anymore, make sure you can claim it on an expense account.
Go for the Views
By martin_chamois on 10/19/2004
Part of the Whiskey empire, the Stone Rose stands out from the rest because of both the size of the room and the view of Central Park and Columbus Circle. Time will tell if this will just be a tourist bar or will develop its own character and clientele.
Stylish and Relaxing!
By ywwan on 11/12/2005
This place just cracks me up! At first glance, it is so chi-chi wannabe a scene but give it a chance, I actually have fun there. The waitresses are a bit over the top, they prance around in teeny little black dresses and thigh high boots - its so cliche you have to laugh. But they are actually pretty nice and service is quite good. The drinks are way over-priced and nothing spectacular but the appetizers are very good (and also over-priced). I think what makes it all worthwhile is the space is wonderful and there are enough people there so that it always feels like its happening. Yet if you are there with your group, you can enjoy each other's company without it being too loud or feeling crowded in by all the other people there - not that many places in the city where you can do that.
great view and space
By tcahill on 4/22/2004
Great view of central park day or night. Very posh great crowd. Beware of wines by the glass they are not whats listed. a glass of phelps chardonnay($22)was clearly not when served. i questioned the waitress and she insisted it was. she brought over a bottle of phelps table white. huge quality price difference.other than that well worth the trip. strictly a drinking spot the food is limited.
Luxury for a Price
By JAlan on 7/20/2004
Catering to the leisure class,the Stone Rose is one of the premier bars the city has to offer. With its decor and amazing views of Central Park, one can feel relaxed and truly at ease. The only drawback is the dreadful food slection, not to mention the food itself. Otherwise top of the line bar. However, it is wise to keep track of your tab because it can quickly turn into a several hundred dollar affair.
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