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About Spoon Table & Bar
Our menu is seasonal and local, from family-owned farms and we feature Stumptown Coffee all day and night. With fun spins on your favorite comfort foods from our 4 Cheese Mac N' Cheese to Chicken Pot Pie, we also boast more sophisticated menu items, too. Try the Branzino en Pappillote or the Pork Chop. Our breakfast and lunch services are fast, fun, and not fussy, guaranteed to get you in and out quickly and efficiently.
Our brunch is unbeatable with signature items like our Breakfast Skillet with homemade sausage, or Biscuits & Gravy w/ Poached eggs or our Fried Chicken & Waffle Sammie w/ Red Eye Gravy and Spicy Maple Syrup. And of course, Mimosas and Bloody Mary's.
Our bar is sleek and comfortable with several beers and wines ON TAP in addition to a thorough and diverse wine and all-local beer list. The weekday Happy Hour is a steal with $6 draft beverages, and some delicious $5 plates to snack on 5-8pm. We're making midtown exceptional with good food. Pure and simple.
New York, NY 10016
American, Comfort Food, Home cooking
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday-Friday 8:30am-11:00am
Brunch: Saturday-Sunday 10:00am-4:00pm
Lunch: Monday-Friday 11:00am-3:00pm
Dinner: Monday-Saturday 5:00pm-10:00pm (Bar Open until 11pm)
Between Madison & Park Ave South
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
In addition to traditional, corporate, delivered catering, we are always excited to cater special events in your home or work kitchen space. Please contact our Catering Department at email@example.com.
Steps away from the 6 train and several bus lines. A short walk from the NQR and BDFM at Herald Square.
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Delivery, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Centrally located in Manhattan, we have a beautiful open and airy layout in which you can host your next event whether it be a baby shower, birthday party or even your wedding. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
We offer a full restaurant buy-out or sections of the restaurant with menu offerings suited to your type of event or party. Please contact us at email@example.com with inquiries.
Spoon Table & Bar Ratings and Reviews
Spoon is an easy, casual, unpretentious place for breakfast or lunch -- soups, salads, burgers, main courses. All the food is good. It is especially welcome in a neighborhood with a dearth of restaurant choices. I'm not sure I would travel out of my way to go there, but it never disappoints. The burger is exceptionally delicious, and the 'adult grilled cheese' is sometimes exactly what you want. They serve many dishes with a fried pickle. This is either appealing or gross, depending on your perspective, but it is amusing.
The service was terrible. Our food took forever, and then when the waitress brought it she just dropped it on the table with a loud clunk and walked away. She never checked on us - before or after - and asked if we needed anything. My salmon was so undercooked I had to flag someone down to send it back and even that was an ordeal.
Great little spot we found while in NYC. Food was awesome and the place had a great vibe. Would definitely recommend the Bodega sandwich for brunch and if you're a fat kid like me, a side of banana pancakes! Also, make a reservation. This place fills up quick!
Our waiter is very knowledgeable and glad we went with his suggestion of the special fish dish that we very much enjoyed (quite small portion for the price). We had to skip dessert as we were cold at the end corner. We asked if the AC was on, given it was around 67-70F degrees outside. Too bad no one paid attention to our request that we left earlier as planned because of we couldn't stand the cold.
When we first arrived it was very quiet, just a few locals. The housemade Chai was great and the thick cut bacon was a definite Home run. We were seated next to a very large ladies group, which added some moderate amount of noise but overall was ok. The food came out in a timely manner and Overall fresh breakfast picks, would visit again.
We ordered an appetizer, a chicken sandwich and a burger.
Appetizer - toast with feta cheese, avocado and tomato was decent.
Chicken sandwich was huge and well prepared.
Burger was overcooked and felt like eating sawdust.
Neither the burger or the sandwich came with a side. You need to order on the side. So a sandwich, a burger a small appetizer, a overpriced bottle of water ($8) and a beer came to a total of over 65$. Definitely overpriced for a casual spot. I would not go back.
I went to Spoon for Sunday brunch with my bf. Cool, sunny, industrial feel with a well-priced (for NYC) brunch menu. He was a big fan of the breakfast skillet. I got a combination of sides - recommend the sausage. No drink specials I could see, but the brunch cocktails were $12 and wine was $10, so overall normal for NYC. Fresh squeezed juice, good bar seats, small and large groups in there. I'd go back to Spoon for sure.
Based on the loudness and enthusiasm at the bar Spoon might be a good Happy Hour stop. But for other diners it is poor. Small, limited menu geared toward fried foods. My chicken sammie had deep fried chicken tenders on a boring bun. McD does a better job at a much lower price. Noise level in rear of restaurant very high during happy Hour.
Went here for brunch with one of my best friends from home who was visiting. The food was amazing and the service was fast and welcoming. I definitely will recommend this to my friends looking for a delicious brunch spot! I got biscuits and gravy with a cappuccino and it was delicious!
Great food! I'm a pescatarian so they didn't have too many options but I tried the linguini with clams and it did not disappoint! Amazing flavor and a good size portion. Someone tried the pot pie and said it was incredible. Someone else had the chicken Sammie and said great things. Overall good good and good drink options. Note that the happy hour is only available if you sit in the bar area. Would definitely go back!
It was empty cause it was a Monday morning but the food was pretty good. I felt it was a bit overpriced but I'd go back to try a few more things. Definitely didn't need a reservation for a weekday morning but I think on the weekends, it must be pretty busy.
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