Dianne & Elisabeth
Sat, Sun 11:00 am–4:00 pm
Mon–Thu 5:00 pm–12:00 am
Fri, Sat 5:00 pm–1:00 am
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Mon - Tue 5:00PM - 5:45PM
The food was slightly underwhelming (could certainly have used more seasoning) and on my particular visit, the server, while polite and helpful, recited the specials while the other member of my party was not at the table. It's beautifully decorated and a nice ambiance; a more exciting culinary experience would have made me excited to go back.
Was very excited about going here before our show Sunday night. Slow service would be an understatement. We ordered no alcohol, 2 apps, and 2 entrees. There were 8 other TOTAL dining at the same time for the first 30 minutes. We were there for an hour and a half. We wanted to order dessert but sat with our entrees finished for 20 minutes before calling someone over just to get the bill. The food was under seasoned which made the whole experience disappointing.
Service was pretty slow. Took a while for our food to arrive and the server forgot to bring more coffee until I reminded him ten minutes later.
This is a tiny restaurant which is always packed (I walk by it many nights a week.) There was only one waiter and a host there--they could have benefited from another waiter. They were both pretty frantic the whole time we were there, but except for one incident the service was still good. We waited over a half an hour for our appetizer, but when it turned out the order had been lost the waiter took it off our bill and did finally bring it. (A friend of mine in the neighborhood said this happened to her with her entree when she went there too ) When our appetizer arrived --it was a salad with some tempura squash in it. The tempura was quite soggy--not crisp as it should be--but by that time we were so hungry it was great! The pastas we ordered were delicious but really needed bread so we ordered some (it was extra but not that expensive)--it was delicious and came pretty quickly. I think if the wait staff was not so overwhelmed they might have suggested it with this dish which was very soupy--delicious but needed something to soak up the juice. We will go again sometime on a week night perhaps. Menu is interesting and not crazy pricey and it has a friendly cheerful vibe. Just maybe a little understaffed.
This is a great, small restaurant that was really buzzying and the food and wine was regional....great fun.
Our waiter was amazing
Dinner was great, but took us a long time to be seated, despite having a reservation
Great casual atmosphere. We had an exceptional waiter. Great comfort food - share plates.
We wanted to make an 8pm show and they somehow got us in and out in 25 mins! Fabulous. 1 appetizer, 2 mains, 3 drinks. It was sight to behold. The food was delicious. (Ravioli might have needed a touch more salt) but the beet salad and the chicken paillard were fab. And the drinks were aces. Nice work. We will be back.
AMAZING AMAZING AMAZING
We arrived later than our appointed time, and had less than an hour to order, eat, and travel several blocks to a Broadway show. The maitre d/manager/owner (?) -- handsome gentleman who was rockin' a beard -- was extremely accommodating, and assured us that they'd get us out in a timely fashion. Our equally attractive waiter, Kyle, was terrific and recommended delectable small plates and hors d'oeuvres that were delicious and satisfying. The Pork Lardon & Swiss Cheese Croquettes were so good that we immediately placed a second order, and the Caprese Pesto was pleasingly large enough to share with the table. My only regret was that we didn't have more time to enjoy the ambiance and a more leisurely meal. My family and I will definitely return!
Wonderful meal! Our server was fantastic!
My mom and I had an absolutely delightful dinner here before heading to see a show. Everything was delicious and timely! I highly recommend the spiced pumpkin soup!!
Farm-to-table, delicious, crafted with care. Service is excellent, from the wait staff to the bartender, to the chef/owner. Highly recommended.
Our server Achilles was fantastic
They did not honor my open table reservation. We waited forty minutes.
Food was very tasty and menu was interesting, with an emphasis on fresh local ingredients. But portions were quite small, with nothing extra provided. The escargots were tiny -- $14 for 6 minuscule bites. Even if local snails are particularly small, I would suggest bread being served with the course, both to take advantage of the flavorful butter sauce and to provide a little sustenance. The cod in parchment was delicious but also not very ample. We spent $100 per person and I needed a snack when I got home.
The food is truly wonderful. The menu changes frequently and there are specials as well. We started out with the Chicken Liver Mousse and Crostini and I had the special soup that night which was a tomato basil. We had the Bay Scallop pasta and the Icelandic Cod in parchment with a side of smashed root vegetables. Finished off the evening with a semolina ricotta cake with a blackberry sauce and sweet cream ice-cream. Looking forward to my next visit. It is owned by the same person who runs The Marshal at the corner (another top notch restaurant).
Really great food and excellent service!
Our waiter was a great host. HE was very attentive and accommodating. The food was unique, delicious and prepared on a timely basis.
Great place to share dishes, wine and conversation.
I've been here many times at night with friends and decided to have my birthday brunch here this year -- I highly recommend it. Great food, great atmosphere and drinks. Perfect service. :-)
Liver pate and scones were good.
Main courses overpriced and mediocre at best. Rare steak came out well done.
And, worst of all is them using alcohol wipes to clean tables that makes the entire restaurant smell nasty every time they clear a table.
Food is really fresh and well prepared. Good portion sizes
Our daughter had been there earlier this year and highly recommend the restaurant. We are all from So. Cal. and we don't have anything like your restaurant here. Loved the fact that your ingredients are local. Every time we come back to NYC, we will be sure to visit.
Thank you, Debbie and Jim
Overall fantastic restaurant, great food and drinks and a cozy brunch. We shared some apps and each for a main dish and made good use of unlimited drinks for brunch! Personally felt my main was a little over priced, but it’s up for discussion. Would definitely go back and would love to try dinner too.
We went there on my 30th birthday for pre-Hamilton dinner and had the most amazing server named Julius who really took care of us and the food was AMAZING.
Excellent service and presentation. First timer and will be back.
We had lunch at Dianne & Elisabeth. The food was excellent. The service was very slow. We had a reservation and had to wait for the table to be ready. If you have a lot of time and don’t mind slow service with excellent food that this is the place for you.
Great restaurant. Really glad we tried it and definitely will be back!
Great evening! Eclectic food offerings and wonderful service
Fantastic! We loved everything we ordered (sliders, corn dogs, croquettes, beef) and the service was excellent. Great neighborhood gem for those in Hell’s Kitchen.
The wait staff was excellent!! We so enjoyed the whole experience.
Expectations were high yet still exceeded! My girlfriend raves about The Marshal, “D&E’s” sister restaurant, also on 10th Ave, one block down. I put the farm to table inspired menu to the test and had nearly everything from the huge caprese pesto to the homemade corn dogs! My girlfriend had duck wings and langostinos and loved both. Definitely will return.
Great service, cool vibe and really good wines/cocktails!
Was a wonderful time... our server was really fun and when I didn’t know which wine to drink he offered me tastes of several until I settled on the Sauvignon Blanc. Food was creative and very, very well done. Will be back
Brunch service was a bit slow but the staff was nice. My biggest complaint was that the Mac & Cheese was inedible. It tasted like hot, sad noodles - no cheese taste and, really, no taste at all. Everything else was fine, but the Mac & Cheese was my entrée and I couldn't eat it. I won't be going back.
Horrible experience. The hash browns at brunch were way over cooked and about five minutes after we paid our tab, the waitress asked us to leave so they could have the table.
It was so rude, I went back minutes later to express my concern and the server rolled her eyes, did an about face and a walked away.
Totally a waste of money and a ruined brunch experience. Stay away.
We had a 6:30 appointment and were not seated until 7:15, causing us to rush and exclude some items from our order as they would take too long.
I'd been to this restaurant once before with a couple of friends and we were impressed by the quality of the food and the warm service. This time the food was still good but the service was pretty spotty--we waited a very long time for drinks in the beginning of the meal, to order, refills, and for coffee. And the waitress basically booted us out by saying someone was waiting for our table...not great, especially given that she was partly the reason we'd occupied the table for longer than she was apparently happy with. It left us with a bad feeling about the place.