This is the place where I think I had the best vodka-martinis with fresh green olives ever! Accompanied with some lovely oysters and laidback atmosphere it made the perfect start of a great evening.
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I was here with a group, and we sat at two tables in the front of the restaurant. It worked okay, but there was a lot of noise (not all our doing). It was quite crowded overall, but the service was generally good. The menu...More
I ate at John Dory because I was staying in Korea town and wanted fish. It was a few blocks from my hotel easy to get into on a Sunday night. There was ample window bar seating, so it’s nice for Solo travelers. I ordered...More
A reasonable menu for oysters. Shucking right in front of you. Music a bit loud but certainly part of the too loud ace hotel vibe. Not nearly as crowded as Breslin. Sat at the bar. Kinda expensive but not outa line for nyc. Not Fish...More
Tasty menu and great drinks. Love the vibe. The staff were prompt and friendly. Grab a seat at the counter facing a window and take in the street scene.
I was staying in Manhattan on my own but wanted to go out to dinner. I googled something like, "where to dine in Manhattan alone". The John Dory Oyster Bar popped up and as I knew The Ace Hotel which was only ten blocks from...More
Been here twice with my wife. Initially came because they were the only new york restaurant serving whelks, which my wife and i were on the lookout for. Went for weekday lunch, and had a great meal. Restaurant was not too crowded, whelks were great,...More
A great eatery, but did not have John Dory on the menu!!! Great food and atmosphere. Got a bit noisy but is a good way. Has seating outside of the restaurant. overall good . though my scallops were scant. Two scallops for $24.00! bit steep...More
On the corner between the 29th and Broadway this is a special place with nice ambient and gentle service. Based on fish food there are some special plates. Nice and great time spent there