It’s a nice place, nothing extra special, just a decent piano bar as any other. One of those places it could be anything depending on your company and mood.
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Great pianists, fab happy hour and wonderful atmosphere. It's quite small so get in early to get a seat, we enjoyed good wine and strong cocktails!
We decided to try this place after various recommendations and meeting a local who was going there also. Party of 5, so not particularly difficult however you'd have thought we'd asked them all to donate their organs whilst alive when we asked for a table....More
We went after attending a show - so it was after 10m when we arrived but we stayed til it closed enjoying several cocktails while being entertained by the talented servers and resident pianist.. Singing along is encouraged - tips are welcome - there's no...More
On a weeknight just before Christmas, Restaurant Row was overflowing and MaMas was no exception. We waited awhile got our table for four, and it was a great meal. Yummy drinks, perfect pasta, none of ordered meat so I cannot speak to that; but it...More
We love the sing along atmosphere at DTM .... the food is fair and reasonably priced but the wait staff and service make it enjoyable
We went here on impulse, tried to get a table at Birdland (arrogant staff just boiled my blood) and Iridium... well I felt like I was disturbing the hostess who was chatting away to a friend.. Anyway, had a great 3 course meal and bottle...More
Went to Don't Tell Mama in November for a friend's performance of western music in one of the private cabaret rooms. We had great service from the staff on appetizers and drinks while watching our friend perform with a great 5-piece band of local NYC...More
While looking for a different type of brunch in New York, we found "Broadway Brunch" at Don't Tell Mamma, and everything about it exceeded my expectations. $35 gets you a 3 course meal on a set menu, and the portions are generous and also tasty....More
Staff were very friendly & helpful. Only visited for drinks, I was really here for the exceptional entertainment! Seth Rudetsky hosted Chatterbox here & I loved every brilliant second.