Place was ok but no necessarilly awseme, did not order it but lasagna on the next table look superb. Odered veal and pizza both good, service was good.
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We ate dinner here on a whim and though the ambience was good, the food was of middling quality and expensive for what we got. Our waiter was very congenial but the service out of the kitchen was miserable: 2 hours for 3 plates of...More
What incredible service and generosity from this newly opened bar. Fresh from the disappointment of both missing out on the cancellation line of Hamilton and also saying goodbye to longtime friends we wouldn't see for a year or two - the care and attention we...More
Two friends and I went there. The food was great, but Jonathan, our server, was beyond exceptional. He was knowledgeable about the food (one person was on a special diet), and he had a great sense of humor. My friends and I have a tradition...More
This is deservedly popular with the pre-theater crowd as it effeciently presents a range of Italian and meat standards. The kitchen quicly delivers orders and the staff is effecient.
I have eaten at this very attractive restaurant a few times and find that they are inconsistent. I had their "Italian Wedding Soup" with Meatball, Chicken, Sausage and Farro. It was fabulous this past Wednesday and poor today (Saturday). Their "Bolognese" served on a pasta...More
Booked an early dinner for my family ahead of a 7pm show. The ambiance is terrific; leather chairs/booths, earth tones, elegantly appointed. The Veal Milanese was perfect, served with a bed of mixed greens and tomatoes. The pasta and sole dishes were equally tasty. All...More
You can’t beat the location of this restaurant- right in the heart of the theater district. Great food and amazing bar area. The service was slow which was unfortunate. But the entire experience was pretty good. Would definitely eat there again.
If you get the chance, you will definitely want to eat here! The service was fantastic! JP was our waiter and he was super nice and very knowledgeable. Don't miss getting an appetizer from the antipasta bar - OMG! The cauliflower, veggie tart, and brussels...More
My daughter and I braved the Noreaster today to come and see Hamilton. Bond 45 is so convenient it's directly across the street from The Richard Rodgers Theather, and the food is awesome! We had the shared vegetarian platter. Delicious!!!