754 Ninth Ave., New York, NY, 10019
at 51st St.
By faf99jane on 5/18/2011
Had lunch there today. Food was nice, decor kitschy, server competent. The bill was $21.67. They brought us $8.00 in change. When we asked where the $.33 in change was, we were told that the management's policy is to deal in whole bills only - no change. They then raced to (literally) throw another dollar on the table. (That wasn't the point) Their explanation was that "they round the bill up or down, so they are not profiting". However, while another party may profit, it is unfair to the party penalized because the decimal point on the bill is > $0.50. I don't know - where I went to school, I learned that keeping something that isn't yours without asking permission or explaining that there is a policy in place before the action is carried out is called stealing. NOWHERE does it state that it is their policy to deal only in bills - no coins. Maybe everyone else eating there pays with a credit card. The "management" was conspicuously absent. We won't be back.
By malpayne3 on 9/22/2010
Great environment to be in with friends. Pricey food but worth every penny even if it's just for the experience. 15th & 8th Ave, great spot.
By texasmountaineer on 8/22/2009
This place is a real win on 9th Ave. The facade of the place is the the fun begins. The food is a real pleasure but what makes this place a bomb is the atmosphere. The fried chicken is my favorite along with the mac and cheese. But you have to go to the the bathrorom...three times...once for Dolly, once for Cher, and once for Elvis.
By luvsox on 7/11/2009
First time visiting,at the suggestion of someone riding on the train from Connecticut. I was taking my daughter and niece to the city as graduation from college gifts. My sister was with us as well. Everything about our eating experience was outstanding. Service was very good, decor was fun and entertaining (especially the bathrooms!!), and the food was excellent!!. I had the turkey meatloaf accompanied by mashed sweet potatoes, sugar snap peas, and cranberry relish. The others had wraps: grilled veggies, Cobb salad, and lemongrass chicken. All came with homemade potato chips, as well as homemade sweet bread and butter pickles. I've told many people about the restaurant, and would go back in a heartbeat!! Don't miss it while you're in the city.