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350 Seventh Ave., New York, NY, 10001
nr. 29th St.
What a great experience, classy place
By gdasilva1 on 6/26/2008
I was in the neighborhood with a few girlfriends after a show at MSG and we were in the mood for some food; unfortunately mostly everything in the area lacks the class of Seven. We were intrigued by the first appearance so decided to try it out. It was was really cute. Nice bar. About 6 booths and a few tables in the back. The restaurant wasn't too big which is nice because it keeps it intimate and quiet. The service was excellent as well!!! Very friendly and we felt catered to the entire time we were there. It was really refreshing. The drinks were amazing. We decided to keep it classy with a few cosmos which where priced accordingly to the amount of triple sec we got in them.haha ($12) I had the chilled lobster salad which was to die for which my girlfriend and I shared and the Seven burger. Overall excellent experience. The bill was cheaper than I expected for it's upscale appearance. Definitely give it a try!!!!
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