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It's a maze trying to figure out a good Happy Hour in NYC. Too far away, too limited in options, too costly ruled out many. We ended up at Latitude, convenient to the Theatre District and a great place for a pre-show drink and eat....More
Had a look at the menu outside and when it seemed appealing for what we needed headed inside.. sat ourselves down at a tall table at the top of the stairs, ordered drinks, of which the stella was awful, flat and tasted horrible. had a...More
Sunday happy hour is wonderful. Drinks and service are excellent, as is the food. Both the grilled and Louisiana style chicken tenders were good. The fries--especially the sweet potato fries--were even better. The happy hour drink menu is limited, but the drinks are good. Bartenders...More
Beyond dishonest establishment. We came for Saturday drinks as its one of the few happy hour weekend spots in this area of midtown. Drinks were fine, barely had any actual alcohol but wine was full pour and nice enough. Food was a total rip off....More
Great atmosphere, great music. We came in at 10 pm after a show and were seated immediately. Server got drink order wrong then brought food without silverware or napkins and disappeared. Waited forever for check.
love this bar, loved the barmaids they know how to make every drink you have in mind, great fast service, good wings, great atmosphere, even the bouncer was nice.. great dj,,, and there was no cover charge!! my advice if you are looking for a...More
At the top of one of the hotels on Broadway is a slowly spinning restaurant and bar. It seems like a great idea. A little romantic and maybe a little classy. It was good views, but the price of cocktails and the service were terrible....More
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