About Ça Va Lounge by Todd English
Ça Va Cocktail Lounge by Chef Todd English, is where the kitchen and the cocktail come together. Guests are welcome to indulge in worldly comfort food alongside bespoke cocktails and an extensive offering of wine and beer.
Located in the heart of Times Square a Ça Va Cocktail Lounge provides guests with a lively scene and quality cocktails and bites ideal for pre or post theater, late night gatherings, or a nightcap.
New York, NY 10036
Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service, American, Dining Bar
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast Daily: 630 a.m. -11:00 a.m.
Lounge 11:30 a.m. -1:00 a.m. | Bar 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 a.m.
44th Street and 8th Avenue
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Stop by and enjoy DJ Trauma on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings from 8p.m.-midnight!
Conveniently located steps from several parking lots.
A, C & E trains to 42nd Street-Port Authority.
1 & 2 trains to Times Square
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Ça Va’s private dining room offers a selection of Todd English’s most popular brasserie creations, as well as custom menus, artfully presented and served by a gracious staff. The private dining room, which is divisible into three, is the perfect venue to host your event. Whether hosting an intimate power meeting or a large group for a special occasion, the backdrop of the sophisticated garden is an oasis from the bustling city streets. This unique and flexible design provides guests the ability to customize any special event.
Our unique private dining space boasts luxurious ambiance, complete with ample natural light and refreshing courtyard garden views, making it an ideal space to entertain clients or celebrate a special occasion for 15 – 225 guests.
Ça Va Lounge by Todd English Ratings and Reviews
Pls remove this restaurant from Open Table. there is no Ca Va Restaurant, only a bar called the Stinger. We found this out with 10 people who arrived for a pre-theater dinner. Then, we had to scramble to find a place to ear.
Unfortunately we were not notified that the restaurant was closed because of a private event. Because of this we were not able to make pre theater lunch elsewhere and were forced to sit in the lounge with small plates. Very disappointed that open table did not notify me!
Unfortunately, we did not get to eat at this restaurant. We had a confirmed reservation and when we arrived, we were told that there was no table for us and that we could only sit on a couch or a bad high top. They had a private event and we were never notified. It was pretty upsetting and we were meeting an important client... we had to relocate completely.
No wait service option and the buffet was skimpy with hard unappealing eggs, too little fruit, etc...awful. Amazing for a $45 per person breakfast!
Just a very bad experience ...I was embarrassed as I suggested CaVa to my client!
I was very disappointed. I went for brunch at 10:15ish but apparently brunch doesn't start until 11am there. We had to get the buffet instead of ordering off the menu. I was visiting with a friend I hadn't seen in a while so we were having a leisurely breakfast. They didn't tell us they were taking the buffet away so by chance we caught a little of it before it was all taken away. They put tip on the bill at the full 18% even though it's a buffet and we were only 2 people. I left a message on their voicemail for the manager to call me to provide feedback on my experience and no one called back. I love the Todd English restaurant in Las Vegas but I don't recommend this one.
Maybe we went on an off night. Wasn't really impressed. I went because I'm from Boston, and had been to Olives back in the day (80's?) when Todd English was the new hot chef. I thought this would be phenomenal, and I was really underwhelmed. The space is huge, and was not very busy and that took away from the ambiance. The server was inattentive and bordering on rude.
My wife, granddaughter and I had lunch here this past Wednesday before catching a matinee. My granddaughter is both gluten and dairy free and our waiter, Elez, went out of his way to make certain that each of her courses met this requirement, even insisting on replacing an onion soup because he thought some cheese might have gotten into it. I had the salmon and it was delicious. We were all very pleased.
Had the restaurant week menu here. Started with potaro leek soup with lobster fritter. One of the most tastless soups I ever ate. The fritter was just a glob of fried breading. Next had the pork loin which itself was good, but had a horrible overly cheesy cream sauce, and undercooked roasted fennel, I think it was. Dessesrt was ok. We were comped any dessert we wanted off the menu, because our food took so long to arrive. We ended up being served 2 desserts each -the rest wk one and the regular menu one, which was unecessary. A drink on the house would have been more appreciated. Decor & ambiance ver y nice. Service poor and foor edible but not memorable.
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