Atmosphere was stuffy. Fireplace a nice touch but was not tended to.
Service was just OK although our waiter was nice and tried hard.
Food was excellent
Our family of four went to celebrate our twenty fifth wedding anniversary. It was mid week and we were seated in the charming room with a fireplace. The staff was attentive, professional yet not overbearing. The pace at which the meal was served was perfect! The food was good and one of us who is a vegetarian found reasonable options. We had a good time.
Service was so bad, food was average and did not make up for the poor service.
Had brunch on new year’s day. Sat in bright sunlight section with beautiful views of the Hudson. I recommend dining in this room during the day. The other dining area was darker with a fireplace. I’m sure it could make for a cozy dinner spot. First I had the yogurt parfait. Who knew yogurt could be so tasty? Then I had the blueberry and coconut pancakes. They were light and fluffy and delicious. No need for syrup. By the time I got to dessert I was stuffed. I ordered the pot d’ creme. It was served with a maple bourbon gelato. It too was delicious. The service was professional, but a little slow.
Very disappointing, heard so many good things was really looking forward to a nice evening. We were seated promptly upon arrival, but it appeared the table was added in a Walk way so it was a very odd feeling to be in everyone’s way. Tons of waitstaff running around but service was the worst I have had, the water was placed on the table and not poured (more than odd for this caliber of restaurant), my wife’s cocktail was served 25 minutes after it was ordered and we were through with the appetizer and only after I flagged someone down for the 2nd time to inquire where it was...my beef was ordered medium was served very rare but no one ever came back to the table to ask how everything was. I was also hoping to get another glass of wine and another bottle of sparkling but couldn’t get anyone’s attention. So the plates sat for awhile then it then suddenly picked up and dessert was put in front of us. Ice cream was already melted. Then again we sat for awhile (really wanted coffee but no one around again). The original waiter (we saw once and never brought the cocktail we ordered) suddenly came over and said “you need anything” so I gave up, asked for the check and laughed out loud when I saw he added a $44 gratuity as I then understood what the service was so poor.
Food was good but not as spectacular as the prices would indicate. Service was responsive but a not as sophisticated as the setting. Some terrific wines by the glass.
We went for the 3 course lunch special which we found to be a good value. The service was very good and friendly and the view and setting beautiful. Very nicely decorated for the holidays. Will go back again in spring or summer. Wine by the glass was a bit pricey.
Charming environment but better in the evening under lower light levels.
A solor shade in the dining room is broken, so sitting near the window on a bright sunny day is blinding! The food and servce is very good.
The food, the ambiance and the view all made for a leisurely, festive holiday lunch. Luckily we were not in a hurry as the lone waiter was serving triple duty as busboy, server, bartender for at least 10 tables! Clearly the restaurant was understaffed!
Service was much better before. Knowing the past, this time was disappointing.