Lovely view, But....we made a reservation for this lounge. When three of us arrived the rude hostess seated us at a table in a dark corner that was less than 24 inches. (When another couple with no reservation came in, they were seated at a huge coffee table with couches right by the window.) The waitress was almost impossible to flag down and when the food and drinks we ordered did arrive, there was no room on the table to put them. The beef and chicken "sticks" were edible. The hamburger-overcooked and lobster rolls -very little lobster drowning in mayo, both marginally edible. It's amazing that Michael Lomanaco would have his name tied to this establishment. The only saving grace of going to this Lounge is that it is right beneath Lincoln Center Jazz, so if you need a place before the show you may want to go there. Beware, it is extremely overpriced and the food is barely passable. Heed other reviews.