The Roxy will be having a special Easter Brunch Buffet on Sunday April 1st from 11am – 4pm plus a live jazz performance from Matthew Avedon. Pricing is $55 for Adults and $25 for Children. Enjoy endless brunch cocktails for $20 more. Join us afterwards for a screening of Alice in Wonderland on 35mm!
Sunday, April 1, 2018
While the venue and ambiance was fun and well suited for a night out with friends, I found the service somewhat uncomfortable. Our waiter often felt condescending and seemed bothered by us. We were just a table of 2 and did not make any special requests. Like many places with happy hours, we started at happy hour and ended a few hours later. I got the sense he was concerned we weren't going to tip him well as a result of happy hour patrons.
Great place, fun but my clients said its not a good first date place to be.
I went there for Bruch. Food was average at best. Few choices and old dishes remained out for hours. Drinks were ok but in tint glasses full of ice. Nice atmosphere. Would have been fine if service was not atrocious. When you are getting your own food, waiter does not need to do much to keep a table happy. Unfortunately, they did not meet the meager need of refilling drinks.
One of my favourite places in NYC. The music is good, service very nice, food is better than expected for a bar with live music, and, in the end, you can go downstairs for more live music until late hours. Really Worth going for happy hour, dinner, and / or dancing.
What a wonderful find! We enjoyed it so much we booked a weekend next month to stay at the hotel. Great atmosphere, ambience and vibe. Will definitely be a new regular place on our trips into the city.
Honestly mandatory 20 percent service charge for buffet brunch is too much - we only got served drinks and had to pay €50 tip !
Best bunch joint in town. Classy but not so expensive. Live music is awesome!
Our server was very disengaged and would walk away halfway through our order and get extremely annoyed whenever we wanted to order a drink. I've been there many many times, referred multiple people to the Roxy not only as a place for out of towners to stay but as a brunch and dinner spot, and this was the first time I felt disappointed in the service
I live in the neighborhood, so the roxy is a natural stop.
An ok place to meet before heading elsewhere. While the oysters are OK , that's pretty much where it ends. The Service is inconsistent , the music intermittent and maître d' just full of themselves. If it wasn't just around the corner they never see my face.
Honestly some of the worst service I've ever experienced at the Roxy. Drinks were awful, waitress was rude, food was subpar. Truly disappointed.
No brunch on saturdays until september! Good food but overpriced for what it is! No jazz playing on saturdays either. Expected more!
Excellent as always
I had a perfect Birthday Brunch! Thank you!
Loved this place. Very romantic but not in a heavy handed way. Good food.
Dining experience has improved dramatically over the past several months.
Hands down best spot in the city. A true nyc gem. I'll be going back weekly.
A really nice brunch with lots of options satly sweet and a hot bar for waffles omelet and meet and on the other side a buffet with sweet and salty option for 35 dollars you can have a bozzy brunch for 20 more
still a good address , last time we went there was still Tribeca grand Hotel
great for brunch with friends
We had a group at the Roxy to celebrate a birthday and see some music. We all had a great time and really enjoyed the space!
Great place loved it !! I am life long New Yorker and this is what's all about!
I really like this place for Sunday brunch. However, they should consider replacing the cook (who makes the omelettes and waffles) as he had an attitude and was not at all friendly on my last visit there (2/5/17). Everyone else is very friendly and kind.
Went here for a quick lunch and drink during the week. It looks like it might be a cool place to grab drinks but the food was mediocre at best and vastly over priced. For a 30 dollar burger I expected something noteworthy. It wasn't. Nice spot for drinks, wouldn't recommend eating there
We have the best experience at brunch. Great service and food and my kids love the live band.
It's not what it used to be. It's loud, crowded, and the food isn't great. Such a shame.
Singer and band were fantastic! Hidden gem, we will be back.
Came back for Sunday brunch. The buffet and omelette stations are very satisfying, the general ambiance and atrium is quite comfortable, and the live music is really fantastic (Michael Sheridan quartet) with no music cover charge. Will definitely be back again.
The Roxy brunch is one of NYC's best. Good food, ambiance and service.
Great table, jazz and drinks
The brunch was good, and at certain times of the day they have free screenings of movies. Plus the jazz while you are brunching is a nice touch.
Food was better than expected for hotel brunch. Service was not good, very odd since they don't have to do much. It's a buffet.
My wife and I went for Sunday brunch. Great buffet and omelette/waffle station. Also a wonderful live band - guitar, accordion, bass and drums - who were fabulous. Will definitely be back again.
Cool spot but not when there is a birthday party for a 1 year old taking up the entire wait staff. Manager was chasing poorly behaved kids, waiter forgot to tell us brunch was over. We started ordering 2 cocktails at a time since it took 20 minutes for one to be served.
Great vibe inside. Live music is loud but fantastic. Food wont disappoint you. Local spot for us so convenience factor is amazing. My issue is the last two times I've been there service was so slow it was painful. Otherwise it's a great spot and hopefully the hire some more folks
Great venue for music but don't try to eat in bar area - they were very unorganized- but very nice - venue is for fun
For $35, the Sunday buffet brunch with live jazz band was a great value. There were made-to-order omelets, waffles, sausages, bacon, salads, fruit, pastries & desserts. In addition, there was a free children's movie playing in the downstairs cinema. For $20 extra, champagne was included.
This a large comfortable bar/lounge with banquet booths and seating areas surrounding the bar and performance space. The food was well prepared and the server was excellent. This is a good spot for the Tribecca area. There is live music here as well often.
This is my third or fourth time at this establishment. I love the brunch offerings and the general atmosphere. The musician (a pianist) was terrific but the wait staff is very inattentive. I would still recommend it, as it's mostly self-service.
A fun brunch, made even more enjoyable by a personable piano player.