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About Ashton's Alley
Ashton's Alley is an upscale sports bar. With 15 large screen TV's ranging from 60 to 80".
Our location is in the heart of east midtown Manhattan, 825 3rd avenue (between 50th and 3rd). We show all major sporting events and most fights. Our outdoor seating is open from April till November. We are open all major holidays, 365 days a year. We have a large beer selection and our famous for our filet mignon sliders "they are a must have"
We look forward to serving you!
New York, NY 10022
American, Seafood, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Saturday-Sunday 11:30am - 4pm
Lunch: 11:30 am - 4pm Monday-Friday
Dinner: 4pm-11pm Daily
50th between 3rd and 2nd ave
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa
All major sporting events
Catering: In home and office parties
Private Dining: For Private Dining inquiries, please contact Eleanor Kennedy at 917-251-9467, firstname.lastname@example.org
51st & Lexington
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Cocktails, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
$24.95 Brunch every Saturday & Sunday. Unlimited Screwdrivers, Mimosas & Bloody Mary's. 80 inch TVs showing all live sporting events.
Ashton's Alley Ratings and Reviews
We had a very nice dinner in the outside seating area of this neighborhood sports bar. This location allowed us to talk but still see the game on TV when we wanted. The spinach dip with tortilla chips (appetizer) was outstanding and the burgers were very good. Service was friendly.
Went with ten people to watch MLB playoffs. Sat outside with great view of large inside TV’s. Started out by myself and informed hostess ,Brie, that more people would be coming over time. She couldn’t have been more accommodating. Service was excellent. Terrific venue for watching a sporting event on a beautiful evening. Better than most sports bars in midtown.
My boyfriend and I headed here for a quick bite after work. We learned that Happy Hour was only for beers (which we didn't drink that much). Our reservation was for 6:30 so we were able to seat right away. The food was good, and the place really lit up right before the NBA finals game came on. Overall it was a great night!
Considering how many great places there are on every street of Manhattan, i would not go back to this place. It was an 80 degree day and it was unbearable sitting inside... Early in the season and management has not turned AC on yet. We moved closer to outside and it was ok... Food was very mediocre... Absolutely nothing special. I usually love sweet potato fries and theirs had way too much starch coating (used to make fries crispy sometimes) it took away from natural flavor. Kobe burger tasted very good... But its a burger... Like i said very average place. We did not have alcoholic drinks so i cant comment on that. Free soda refills were appreciated. TV was also great to watch a Yankee game.
Meal was good! However burger is usually served with French fries. I substituted fresh vegetables and had to pay $4 more even though the price for side of fresh vegetables or French fries are are the same price. There should not be a substitute fee if price is same.
We went here with a large group to watch NCAA basketball and NCAA wrestling, as Ashton's has dozens of big screen TVs. The noise level was appropriate for a sports bar during the tournament, same for ambience.
Service was incredibly spotty, however, with two waiters manning the floor and one bartender. A hostess was on the floor but did not participate in anything other than seating guests. At one point, we asked that 1 television be turned to ESPN and so we could watch NCAA Wrestling finals, and were given a bit of attitude about the request. Meanwhile most of the other patrons had left the restaurant after the finish of a college basketball game. Just seemed strange that a sports bar staff member treated our request as though we asked to put on a soap opera or something non-sporty. Whatever.
Would not return here unless absolutely necessary … It is a loud, casual sports bar in midtown, but their food and service should step up a notch to make people want to come back.
My fiancee and I went there to get a late dinner since it was near our hotel. The staff was very accommodating and friendly, and the food wasn't terrible but it was only average and was the same quality if I was to make it. The price did not match the quality. The atmosphere was a little odd as well, since it was somewhat sports bar themed, but only half the televisions had sports on them and not much sports decor was up. I favor more heavily on customer service so I wold return, but only for a drink and maybe an appetizer next time.
Ashton's is a bar feel, yet it manages to convert to an upscale sports bar. I really like the atmosphere. The place is so big and depending on the time you get there, it can be noisy, but never so much that shouting has to be resorted to in order to be heard. The food is delicious. The service is excellent.
We made reservations via Open Table for 11:15am and showed up on time only for the hostess to tell us they don't open until 11:30am.
They was no hospitality.
It took 30 minutes for someone to ask if we would like water and another 30 minutes to order a coffee.
The service extremely poor...and food was very disappointing.
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