T45 at the Hyatt Time Square
135 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10036Neighborhood:
Theater District / Times Square
AmericanPrice: $31 to $50
T45 at the Hyatt Time Square
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://timessquare.hyatt.com/en/hotel/dining/diner.html
- Phone: 6466403790x
- Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Sunday: 6:00am - 11:00am
Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm -11:00pm
- Payment Options: AMEX,Carte Blanche,Diners Club,Discover,JCB,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: American, Comfort Food, Contemporary American
- Executive Chef: Nick Pelliccione
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Bar Dining, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Area, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Private Room, Smoking Area, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
- Entertainment: Elegant house music reflecting the 80's & 90's
- Cross Street: Between 6th & 7th Avenue
- Public Transit: 1, 2, 3, 7, N, and Q trains at all times
R trains and the 42nd Street Shuttle at all times except late nights
- Parking: No
- Parking Details: We are located on 45th Street between 6th and 7th. Options to park would be street parking on and around 45th street or the hotel valet service.
A word from T45 at the Hyatt Time Square
T-45 located on the ground floor of Hyatt Time Square is a quintessential New York Diner designed by designer George Wong.Continued
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Awards voted by OpenTable diners
- Diners' Choice WinnerGreat for Lunch
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T45 at the Hyatt Time Square reviews from OpenTable diners
20 reviews since May 5, 2014
- Ambiance3.5Noise LevelModerate
great for lunch (11)kid-friendly (5)neighborhood gem (4)fit for foodies (2)great for brunch (2)good for groups (2)hot spot (1)late-night find (1)scenic view (0)Show More
- T45 is A182muchVIPDined on 7/17/2014Everyone knows what A1 means. Nobody knows what T45 means. This is an excellent restaurant with an identity problem. The name is soulless and totally meaningless. We sat in window and watched people look in quizzically, look at the menu and continue walking. Unfortunate. Obviously a very talented, knowledgeable and committed chef that delivers, despite traditional hotel restaurant constraints. Great flavors, insightful innovations in many preparations, very satisfying A very comfortable and unpretentious room for a delicious dinner in the theatre district--and it is reasonably priced. Hope it gets discovered. It deserves to be.I would recommend this to a friend.
- Wonderful BreakfastMartinGDined on 7/14/2014I often feel that I've been had when I pay a lot for breakfast. At T45 the price was at par with the quality of the food, the ambiance and the more then excellent service, so much so we decided to go there for breakfast the next morning. A great place.
- Nice Spot, Limited Menu, ExpensiveOpenTable Diner Since 2000VIPDined on 6/8/2014Stayed at the Hyatt and enjoyed our breakfast there. Convenient for hotel guests... excellent, comfortable atmosphere. Love the booths. The chow was carefully prepared and very nice. Omelettes highly recommended. Very pricey for what it is... even for Times Square.
- CA22Dined on 5/29/2014There was not enough help during lunch so service was delayed.Special Features:
- good place for lunchcherluiVIPDined on 5/27/2014This new restaurant is decorated as a modern hip dinner - nice atmosphere. Food was good though could use more variety on the menu.Special Features:
- Nice lunchPatrickVIPDined on 5/14/2014I'm becoming addicted to the "food therapy" special -- pulled chicken, cheese, jalapeños, guacamole on rye toast served with great fries.I would recommend this to a friend.
- The following 10 reviews are from the T45 at the Hyatt Time Square reviews archive.
- Bring Money or Have an Expense AcctCardbeagleVIPDined on 5/2/2014The food quality was very good, but you pay more for the location than the meal. $6 for a glass of orange juice is over the top.Special Features:
- Nice surpriseOpenTable Diner Since 2008VIPDined on 4/29/2014The food is excellent and surprising creative - not what I typically associate with a NY hotel restaurant. Good option for a casual business lunch near Times Square.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Perfect for pre-theaterEVFoodieVIPDined on 3/31/2014So far, this place is undiscovered. But once the word is out, it's going to be very popular - and so convenient. Much better quality than Brooklyn Diner. REAL comfort food, and healthy preparations. Leave room for dessert. Amazing lemon meringue pie, with dark chocolate at the base. Wonderful service.I would recommend this to a friend.
- My new go to spot for Lunch!NeeceD77VIPDined on 3/14/2014One of my new favorites in the Times Square area... I'm heading over there again for lunch today :) Great service delicious choices healthy and hearty! I'm a big fan! Beats many food establishments in Times Square.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- needs work.. took 15 min utesOpenTable Diner Since 2003VIPDined on 3/5/2014needs work.. took 15 min utes to get check and the restaurnat was almost e mpty and then had to bring it to the register to pay as she never came back to get the credit card..guess she thought we were staying at the hotel. onion soup had too much bread and no soup as it was soaked up brussel sprouts were great
- We had a great breakfast!Luv2eatVIPDined on 3/5/2014We had a great breakfast! As a Hyatt Corporate employee, I will be entertaining customers often.Special Features:
- Too expensive for meReenaVIPDined on 2/26/2014When I arrived at the restaurant it had very few customers. I waited a while for my friend to arrive. We ordered soup and salad, finishing off with coffee. The meal cost $30 plus a $5 tip. This was a very expensive lunch for us. The restaurant looked like an up scale diner. The wait staff was terrific, it was not their fault the food was very expensive. When asked fro bread, the waiter said there was none available. If wanted bread we had to ask the manager. She did bring us bread, but why didn't it come with the meal? I've had French onion soup before, but never costing $12 a portion. It was also VERY salty. I will not return.
- Not sure what I was expectingPatrickVIPDined on 2/12/2014I guess this is the only restaurant in this huge brand new Hyatt Hotel. So maybe I was expecting a little more upscale sort of experience. But it's essentially a diner -- even with some furnishings and the napkin holders to suggest that atmosphere. I just had lunch and it was OK. The pork schnitzel sandwich had a nice ciabbata roll, but it was VERY chewy -- my jaw was actually tired when I finished. The two very thin and skimpy slices of pork had virtually no flavor. If it weren't for the pickled onions it would have been totally bland. Just not much to write home about for $17. Kind of typical hotel experience, in fact.
- Great for breakfast and dinner!NYCTravelerVIPDined on 2/7/2014Great spot for breakfast or dinner. Prices are set at the typical Midtown level, but the food and service make it worth a stop at this 45th Street restaurant. The diner theme is in feel only as the food is levels above an old school diner.Special Features:
- T45 - Not as good as I had hoped!OpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 2/5/2014The food was ok - tasty except for the fact that it was undercooked. I had the fried chicken with spicy sauce and fries. The sauce was delicious but the chicken wasn't cooked properly; the skin was RAW and the meat was a bit pink and a little tough to eat. Fires were too salty. I couldn't finish it off. Things on the menu are a tad on the pricey side but that's expected given the location and affiliation of the restaurant. Also, considering that this is a brand new restaurant because the hotel and the restaurant recently just opened in December, I was surprised that the table that we sat at was rocky and uneven. Overall I had a good time at the Hyatt but it was more so because I was hanging out with my friend who made it worthy while.Special Features: