Dinner: Sun-Wed 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Thurs 5:00pm - 11:30pm
Fri-Sat 5:00pm - 12:00am
Brunch: Sat-Sun 11:00am - 3:00pm
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It took a while to get our drinks and food
Excellent food. Great location for pre-theatre. Server very helpful, but busboys delivered main course without clearing our appetizer plates, and then wanted to remove main course plates before we were done. You would think there was some training before letting them loose in such an up-scale restaurant.
We went at 730 to get a start on some drinks before oyster happy hour. The bread tasted stale. Drinks where/are expensive and weak. We ordered 30 oysters they came out in 5 min. Also they were not cold. Came home and stuff was coming out both ends. Thalia used to be my go to but no more.
On the Bright side of service waiter was nice.
Bussers kept hovering didnt understand why since we were the only people left
Lenny, our waiter was exceptional and the manager, Miranda, is a gem! Had a wonderful experience.
We had a very nice dinner here recently. Good oysters, nice drinks, and a varied menu - lots of pastas that were interesting. We had the polenta with mushrooms and that was quite good. Also had a burger which was good too.
Servers and managers were giving conflicting information- they weren't sure which menu to give us/ what meal was being served at 11 on a Saturday. Brunch menu has lots of options and food was very good
This turned out to be a great find near our theatre. Food was good, service efficient and slightly away from the madness of Crazy Town.
I visited this restaurant before and once again I was not disappointed. From the service, drink and food everything was delicious. Our server was informative and attentive. He made great suggestions. The starter sald with the fruits, nuts and kale was delicious. It was a hefty serving that could have easily been an entree. Will definitely revisit.
We like using Thalia when we go to the New World Stages. Close to the Subway and 8th ave bus. I love the raw oysters and the duxelle mushroom ravioli.
Thalia was recommended to us by our hotel concierge for a before-show dinner. Our experience started off nicely, but then the service went downhill. In fact, a couple was seated next to us and waited over 20 minutes to even be acknowledged. They finally got up and left. They must have said something to the hostess on the way out, because she came over and said she would cover another round of drinks. We only saw our waiter once more, when he brought the check and he said nothing. The food was pretty good, but not worth the lack of service.
The service has always been pretty uneven here but, oof, this was just beyond awful. The server was so weird he was making me seriously uncomfortable. He also seemed so confused and so slow I wonder if he knew where he was.
Food quality has gone downhill over the years while prices have gone up. Thalia is overpriced for what you get.
The food here was ok. The service was abysmal. It was 20 minutes after we were seated (we had a reservation) before we even got water. Our waiter finally showed up after about 40 minutes and told a he was the only waiter on the floor that night. He was arrogant and dismissive.
Good food. Loved our server!
I've been to Thalia many times in the past and was looking forward to returning, but Sunday, 9/2 was very disappointing. They were very short-staffed so waiting times were long. The usually delicious mushroom fricassee had only 3-4 mushrooms in it, rather than a whole plate of deliciousness. The lobster mac and cheese looked like Kraft. The lobster was not fresh, and the plate appeared to have been microwaved to heat it up before serving.
The food was acceptable and the service was unacceptable. I practically had to bus my own table after I waited for approx. 15 min. For someone to clear the table from the last guest. Then came no menu’s till I had to ask. Waitress looked like she had too many tables to serve effectively. Finally ask for bill and had to get another waiter to take it. Not a good experience.
Waiter came to the table and said “What do you want?” Nothing else, no introduction, no hello, nothing. Another waiter told us he would bring us bread but never did. I was told there could be no changes to the menu at all- i just wanted spinach added to my eggs, which was available on another item. When I told the waiter of an allergy when ordering he said he didn’t think the side would be a problem but then my food came out with no side. Nothing was said about this at any point. The waiter never checked on us until we were done eating.
Waiter was very rude and snobby. When my son asked what kind of iced coffee they had he stated "iced coffee" instead of explaining the types of coffee they have and what they could make iced, or if we had a menu we could have at least looked at the drinks. I had the pancakes and the pastry cream with them was curdled. Also, the manager said full menu was available for the brunch but was not and waiter refused to let us look at the breakfast menu during the breakfast hours.
Lousy service- some food came wrong and never got bread- very slow- felt ignored
Gone down hill!!
I’ve never been disappointed by the food and it’s a convenient location for the theater
ORDERED A BURATA AND HEIRLOOM TOMATO ..THEY WERE OUT OF HEIRLOOM AND SERVED SMALL CHERRY TOMATO ..NO ONE ADVISED..
BATHROOMS AND FLOOR DIRTY
Six of us enjoyed our meals although I had to have my dish redone because it was too salty. Good location.
Table was great as it was in a quiet corner by a window. It would have been very noisy anywhere else. We shared burrata cheese with tomatoes. Tomatoes were very tiny and bread that accompanied the dish was bad with grated tasteless cheese. Hamburger was delicious and fries were too. Okay for New York standards. Pricey as par for NYC. Sadly it was one of our better meals there.😀
Wonderful service! They knew we had tickets to a show, so we were served in no time. Our waiters was super nice!
Visit Thalia with friends whenever we see a Broadway play. Also for the past 10 years have gotten together with about 15 other girlfriends for a holiday brunch/lunch. Nice atmosphere, good drinks, casual food, and service.
This restaurant was fine, our waiter was very nice but it took 40 minutes to get our brunch food when it wasn’t at all crowded.
I live in Hell's Kitchen, and have wanted to go to Thalia for some time. I had a dear friend in town and wanted a special evening with mutual girl friends. Our service was poor to say the least. The attractive waiter was brusk and rather rude in his speaking. He did not bring our drinks until he was asked by one of us, and then he only brought one of the three drinks ordered. When my friend ordered, he looked at her and said, " I didn't hear a word you said." No joke. Instead of saying something like, " Oh I am so sorry, it is a bit noisy in here, could you please repeat your order." Each interaction with wait staff was a bit disappointing. The waiter lightened up after a while, but it was a little embarrassing to have talked up the restaurant so much and then have my friends treated so poorly. The upside is that the food was delicious. I eat out in the area at least three times a week, and I have not decided if I will try Thalia again myself.
Food was unevenly seasoned. Some elements of dishes were perfect, others were bland. Cost of meal was not justified by attention to flavor.
Delicious pre-theatre dinner. Food and drinks were phenomenal.
Our waiter Ryan was fantastic! He was so personable. Food was great too but it was Ryan that will bring us back again.
This is a restaurant in a good location for pre/post theater with mediocre food. Bread was tastiy; dipping olive oil was not. Seared tuna on noodles wasn’t fresh. Cooked salmon was fine. Kale salad was a good size. Spicy fries were bland. Milton chocolate cake was like pudding. Staff is very nice. Bar space is energetic.
We enjoyed our dinner at Thalia. Menu was diverse - able to find something for each of us.
Close to our hotel. Will return next trip to NYC.
Always a good meal at Thalia’s!
Really had a nice time at Thalia. The food was delicious; tuna tartare, burrata with balsamic, salmon, and squid ink pasta were all incredible. Service was friendly and accessible, decor was funky, and very well located for a dinner before seeing a show.
After being seated at our table, it took a while for the water to come. It was very crowded and noisy.
After requesting that we needed quick service to attend a matinee show at 2:00, the waitress said she would make sure to alert the kitchen. Our three orders of two omelettes and a ceaser salad, it took a half hour for the meals to arrive. I asked a bus boy for ketchup and he never returned. We had to change our minds about dessert since we couldn't get anyone to bring us a menu. One bus boy didn't understand English at all. the wait staff was very inattentive and unfriendly. I won't return. Several years ago it was a very nice place for brunch. Too bad.
Service took a while. Was sitting for close to 30 minutes before someone took our orders. Pancakes was so good.
No volvería, pésimo servicio, el lugar sucio y la comida mala. Te hago un favor si te digo que no vayas!!!
Great for a quick pre theater lunch or dinner with many choices on the menu. Portions not too big but adequate for a female.
Although the music was very loud when we arrived for dinner, they were kind enough to lower it when I asked. Wine by the glass offers very limited choices. The atmosphere is casual (wood tables, no linen tablecloths). Staff were very attentive, friendly, and sought to accommodate all requests.
Things we really liked: The waitress was very attentive. The branzini (the nightly special) was amazing - excellently spiced and cooked - with perfectly sauteed spinach and mashed potatoes. The mushroom ravioli was also very well-prepared. These excellent entrees will be what makes me go back next time I'm in NYC.
Things we didn't like: The website and menu said the theater menu was available on Saturdays, which is one reason we went there. It is not available. To this the waitress said, "we need to reprint the menus." The tiramisu tasted like it was made with cream cheese - whether or not it was, it was one of the worst tiramisu I've ever had. The menu identified 5 or 6 ports, but they had only one.
Other: The pre-dinner bread was mediocre. The wine by the glass menu doesn't identify the wine maker or location. Just "cabernet sauvignon" or "merlot."We thought that was rather odd. So we had to ask the waitress.