Parker & Quinn
Flatbread Happy Hour
50% off all Flatbreads & IGC select Wine & Beer
Seating: Bar Only
Terms and Conditions:
Valid For: 1 - 20 people
Starts: August 22, 2019
Ends: August 23, 2118
Availability: Daily 9:00PM-11:00PM
Despite having a reservation at 7:15 we were seated at 7:45, we were seated in a crammed table for 6 and even though food was good took nearly an hour.
There are plenty of other better places in NYC
Great food but wouldn’t seat us at a booth upon request when they never were reserved. Her burger was awesome, my grilled cheese and tomato soup was greasy and so creamy I wouldn’t even eat half. No one even cared. I said I loved the wine but I can’t eat this and still charged 16 dollars for my next glass... just sayin
Parker & Quinn is a hidden gem near Penn Station. Great place for brunch The atmosphere is like a private club. The drinks are strong. Lots of food choices and very tasty. The staff friendly. We’ll definitely be back.
Parker and Quinn is our absolute favorite place to celebrate a special occasion. The food is amazing and the staff is exceptional. Chad was very attentive as our waiter. It feels like we go back home every time we go. Thank you Parker and Quinn for your consistent and outstanding service.
Great food, drinks, and service!
really enjoyed our lunch. The menu has a great selection, it was fresh and fast. Service was great and atmosphere cozy.
The food was absolutely delicious and our server, Matt was wonderful. It has already been a repeat in less than 2 months and I will definitely return. I have dined there with 2 different sets of people who enjoyed what they had and said they would definitely recommend it to others.
Excellent service and good food. The place is very vibrant but a little noisy for a group dinner where quiet conversation is desired.
We met our parents who were in town for the weekend for brunch with my other siblings. We had a larger group and they were able to accommodate us. Food was good and portions were pretty reasonable, so good value for the money. But, service was super slow and we were there for 2 hours and were not trying to have that leisurely of a brunch
Food was really okay, a little expensive for appetizers, octopus felt chewy, flatbread is overpriced.
Loved the decor and the idea it suggests, like a modern day speakeasy of days gone by. Greeted by a friendly staff, a maitre’d who was helpful, suggestive, polite, patient. Then he left. We had 3 different servers in 20 minutes (ok, it was change over from lunch to dinner, but still). We ordered old-fashions, the bartender had NO IDEA how to execute them. No complaints, we hung in there. The food arrived. Shishito peppers were good. Brussels sprouts were unrecognizable, tasty but burnt & sweet little flowerettes. Shared a Lamb burger. Soggy and disappointing. Overpriced. Don’t eat here. Have a beer or a glass of wine after work and call it a day.
My sister and I met for brunch and had a delightful and delicious experience. The midtown location was perfect, as we both came in from out of town (Penn Station and Port Authority). We loved the old NYC ambiance. Very comforting and comfortable place. We had a yummy Prosecco cocktail and then I had the breakfast skillet (eggs, racklette, roasted potatoes, pesto) which was one of the best breakfast dishes I ever had, no joke! The service was very good but not perfect. My sister’s waffle took a while to come out and then she had to wait too long for the butter and syrup, causing the waffle to get cold. Other than this minor glitch we really loved the experience and would definitely go back!
Tiffany’s service is the best!!
Service was good, food very tasty, but just not hot enough. The food was lukewarm. Food might have been sitting around for several minutes before it was delivered to our table. Otherwise, it was a good meal.
Great food, great service!
Good quality breakfast and friendly service.
Crowded fun atmosphere! Service—Tiffany was outstanding!
Food was great, ambiance was great but it’s definitely loud. Other than that had a great time.
My husband and I were spending the day in NYC for our anniversary and booked this restaurant for our post-show meal. We arrived early for our reservation but were seated immediately and brought two glasses of champagne. A hand-written note was left in the center of our table and each employee and manager who stopped by wished us a Happy Anniversary. We were appreciative of their acknowledgement and attentiveness. The food was very good. Definitely save room for the skillet cookie. It's AWESOME. Highly recommended this restaurant.
We loved it! Terrific food, decor, service... wonderful brunch! Can’t wait to go back!
Very average food, possibly the worst service I’ve ever had in my entire life. Waiter did not check on us once and we consistently had to flag him down for things. Super disappointing.
Great place to meet up with friends. Can be loud, but tonight was great. Food is excellent.
Good pub atmosphere, but with good food. Friendly service made for a wonderful experience.
Nothing special as far as food and ambiance. The veggie burger was good and the drinks were fine. A bit overpriced for what you get.
Food was overpriced. It was an OK experience. The waiter never came back to fill our coffee.
Parker & Quinn came to via recommendation as a good spot for a business breakfast near Penn Station, of which I have many. Ultimately, I was very disappointed in our overall experience. We had 6 guests in total and were crammed in a both that could fit 4 comfortably and maybe 5 smaller individuals, not a party where 4 of the 6 guests were over 6’ tall. The service was slow and it wasn’t as if ever table was full, maybe 2/3 of the restaurant was occupied. Over the course of 2 hour breakfast our water glasses were replenished just once and coffee was “topped off”when we got the check. That’s not how you get guests to return. The waiter did not describe any of the menu items, despite it being everyone’s first time at the restaurant. The ham cheese omelet several guests ordered came with “peppernata,” which meant that essentially the omelet was stuffed with bell peppers and sautéed onions, and one slice of deli ham, ie not something you typically want at 8:00am. Perhaps the waiter could have reminded the table what “peppernata” was as courtesy. The decor and overall atmosphere have so much potential, but lack of quality service would make it hard for me to recommend to anyone.
The coffee was terrible and the eggs were over cooked.
The food was amazing and the service was top notch. It was a little loud but that part of a restaurant that is very popular! I highly suggest Parker and Quinn. Our waiter, Cory, was VERY good and the manager made sure we were happy with our dinner. Everything was great!
Dined with a group of friends, our server was patient and allowed us plenty of time to order and we never felt rushed. Loved the arugula salad!
Loved the setting. Food was clever and very good. The skillet of cinnamon buns were the bomb! Our server was very attentive and on point.
I have already recommended Parker and Quinn to a few friends that live and work in the city.
Thank you for accommodating us. we had a great time look forward to coming back!
The staff were brilliant in expanding our booking for 6 up to 9 on a busy Saturday night and very attentive throughout. The food was excellent for all of us and our waiters couldn't have been more fun and I'd like to compliment them including the very helpful elevator staff who were lovely when we wanted to head up to the rooftop bar which was another great experience including the staff there.
Very nice but quite expensive
We travelled from the UK to celebrate thanksgiving in New York and I must say this may have been one of the best dining experiences we have ever had in the USA and certainly the most perfect way to spend our first ever thanksgiving.
Huge compliments to the chef and our server Kenny who was an absolute delight!!
The cocktails, food atmosphere and service were all top class and we look forward to visiting again next time we are in New York.
Thanksgiving Dinner 2019–When our party of five arrived with a reservation, we were seated in an undesirable table beside the bar which you could tell was set up to accommodate heavy holiday traffic—card tables (nicely covered) and folding chairs that were very uncomfortable. We asked to be moved and were quickly accommodated. Our new table proved much more pleasing and our server Jason answered all our questions patiently. We settled on the holiday prefix menu, agreeing to order at least one of every option for everyone to try. We had butternut squash soup, salad, goat cheese croquettes, turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, Brussel sprouts, pumpkin tart and apple strudel. The chef’s preparations did not disappoint three adults and two teens.
Thanksgiving dinner was delicious
A favorite brunch place. I love the atmosphere there. The service was somewhat lacking today. Had to track down somebody for cream for the coffee as well as asking for a refill.
Parker and Quinn is one of my favorite gathering places for brunch, plunch or drinks with family and friends.
Consistently great service, food and drinks in a comfy, relaxed atmosphere. Make. Reservation and ask for a booth in the back👍🏻
Good salads and flatbreads.