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346 W. 46th St., New York, NY, 10036
nr. Eighth Ave.
By brittanycarcova on 8/17/2010
Believe it or not, that isn't a bad thing. Sometimes you just want a noisy bar and grill with tasty Southern-influenced, not-so good for you food. The drinks were fun and we set outside while pop music filled the air. This is a typical after-theater tourist hot-spot but it wasn't disappointing. It had a lot of pep!
By Renio322 on 6/12/2010
I took my out of town guests here a while back and unfortunately we all remember the bad service, bad food, warm beer and that is a shame. We were on the west side of broadway and needed a cute NY-feeling restaurant. We chose this one b/c it was open and not ridiculously priced. It was very disappointing and embarrassing. It's a shame too, it could have been a really great restaurant in a really great part of town. Warm beer? Really?? Greasy mayo drenched food not very yummy.
A good place to go before or after a show
By Al26 on 10/13/2008
Bourbon street is only 6 months old , and it already feels like it fits right in Restaurant Row. We had a great table ,a few drinks and some appetizers before a show. The restaurant was spacious and did not feel as crowded as many along the street . The drinks were good , the food was excellent and our waitress was exceptional.Looking forward to visiting again
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