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About The Brooklyn Diner Times Square
Celebrating American ethnic dished found all over Brooklyn, the menu features the kind of real food you crave to eat, just like your mother used to make...only better. Every part of Brooklyn is represented by Jewish, Italian, Irish & other ethnic favorites. The enormous desserts, all baked fresh on the premises daily, surpass every childhood fantasy. Come home again – and bring your friends.
New York, NY 10036
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: 8:00am - 11:30am;
Lunch: Sunday - Friday: 11:30am - 4:00pm,
Saturday: 11:30am - 3:00pm; Dinner: Sunday - Monday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm, Tuesday - Friday: 4:00pm - 12:00am, Saturday: 3:00pm - 12:00am
Between 6th Avenue and Broadway
$30 and under
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1, 2, 3, 7, 9 N, R, W, & Q trains to 42nd Street/Times Square.
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The Brooklyn Diner Times Square Ratings and Reviews
My Coke was $4.50 and I was never given a refill even though I ran out a third of the way through my meal. The server was not attentive at all after taking our order. The French fries were not crispy at all. The burger was average. I will NEVER waste my time eating there again.
What time do you mean?! Absolutely amazing as per usual! Found this gem of a Diner in 2011, ensure we come back every time we visit New York. Been twice in this tri0 and will make sure we come back again before we leave on Friday. Fabulous service, fantastic food, what more can you ask for?!
The husband and I were in the city to see The Lion King - a special request and treat for him for his birthday. We reserved a table and it was waiting for us - we were able to be seated 45 minutes beforehand (we arrived earlier than expected). Husband had the amazing chicken pot pie, and I had the blackened Salmon burger. All was tasty - but my fries were a bit old - though warm when presented.
The price was on the high side, which is to be expected in that locale. The host and server were great. I recommend Brooklyn Dinner.
The food was quite good but the portions were preposterous for children. There really should be a children's menu as there is a lot of waste and the meals are quite expensive. It would have been helpful if the wait staff shared information regarding portion sizes so we could have considered sharing entrees among the 7 children in our party. The hostess was wonderful when making our reservation and we were accommodated as a large party without any problem. Our waitress Genevieve offered excellent service and handled the large party with ease and accuracy. This is a nice spot for pre matinee lunch with children as long as you ask questions about the selections when making your order.
Love Brooklyn Diner, especially this one on 43rd St. Its a real New York City, authentic, noisy, and lovely place. Service Is always good, and you just never know who will walk in. The majority of the wait staff I have met through the years are working actors, learning their craft and working hard at a restaurant. If you tell them you have a theatre engagement, they will get you out in plenty of time to walk to your theatre and wait in line there! Really excellent food - and the desserts, the desserts. Just look at them. All I ask.
i made reservations for 11;30am on a Saturday for lunch. this time is a very busy time for the diner wrapping up breakfast orders. We waited till 11:45am before ordering lunch. the food were delicious and large portions. Very good place to eat before theater but make your reservations at 12 noon for lunch.
Was as the 43rd street location. I try to stay away from Times Square area b/c too many tourist, but I had tickets to a show and I picked this place solely on it's proximity to the theatre. Wow, what a find. Seating is a bit tight in the front of the restaurant - but this is NYC after all - and I had a nice conversation with the couple seated next to us (likerightnexttous!). I didn't see the back section of the restaurant so I can't speak for how it is laid out. Great place for dinner/drinks before the show. Waiter (I'm sorry I don't remember his name) was very friendly and helped narrow down choice of entrée. Drinks were well made. I had steak frites, perfectly prepared with fries on the side, not under the steak. Arugula salad was very tasty. My friend has the Cuban chicken, which she said was quite delicious. But warning, the Cuban chicken is a large entrée. Price is typical for Times Square area, but worth it. I will definitely return.
The food and the service were outstanding! Our food was delivered quickly and hot. The server checked back several time to make sure we had everything we needed. One of the best cheeseburgers I have had in NYC. Unfortunately, it is a bit pricey, especially the desserts. The Ice cream floats were a whopping $10.50 and an egg cream was $7.50 (yes, that's chocolate syrup and seltzer). However, the burgers were outstanding and an average price in NYC, and I don't mind paying for a good burger. Overall, highly recommended, just be prepared to pay for it.
Food nothing out of the ordinary, server indifferent, no offer of coffee or dessert.
Being Thanksgiving the restaurant was crowded, too many people crammed in to too small a space, struggled to vacate table without other diners having to move. Too many bookings taken.
It was decent. Our server was amazing, Sarah, she was top notch. The food was ok. We went for breakfast. Pancakes were standard pancakes, fairly large portions, the smoked salmon eggs Benedict was not very flavorful and average. The problem was, I felt, even for times square, the prices were too high. So, for 4 pancakes, 1 eggs/salmon bene, 2 oj's, milk, sausage side and coffees, we saw a bill around $160. That's a tough pill to swallow. I probably won't go back for breakfast, but maybe lunch or dinner I'll have a better experience.
We were seated promptly, placed our order and then waited for well over an hour to be served. We had to run to the theater because of this delay. No explanation from anyone about the delay. Instead of being relaxed we were all on edge. Not a good experience.
Very happy and impressed that they recognized my note that this was a special occasion and had a bottle of bubbly waiting for us and congratulatory comments for my Father on his Birthday and marathon achievement. Thank you so much to the staff and especially our waiter Joel for being so attentive and entertaining!!😊😊😊
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