Our first time at The Mint, but it will not be our last. Good food and service.
The menu was creative and our meals were very good. There were limited choices because of the coming change in the menu, and most of the beer choices were very dark. The clever use of the bank vault and napkin rings that were money markers were a great way to give credit to the past use of the building as a bank.
The food was phenomenal, the waitstaff helpful, honest, and humorous, the drinks imaginative and fantastic. If I was a local, I'd be a regular!
Love this restaurant! The drinks are amazing and the food... so delicious! Very creative menu and I have loved every bite. Highly recommend this place!
It's been about a year since my last visit to The Mint and myself and my boyfriend were highly disappointed. Several things on the seasonal menu were crossed off so and there were even food items on the menu that weren't crossed off but weren't available when we tried to order them. Menu selection was lacking. We were there for a nice dinner with friends from out of town and ended up spending $90 on 4 sandwiches accompanied by french fries or tater tots and an appetizer. Ketchup was the only accompaniment to the tots and fries as there was no ranch dressing or malt vinegar. Our waiter offered a really delicious sounding aoli, but they no longer make that any more either so hearing about it was quite the tease. I would no longer recommend this as a dinner spot.
Delicious vegan options, great service, martini's and beer! Adults will enjoy with lot's of fresh food options for everyone.
Our meal again, reminded us why The Mint is one of our go to restaurants. Creative cocktails, great food and knowledgeable and friendly service. What more can you ask for?
My team and I ended our teambuilding with dinner at Mint. It was amazing in every sense! Emily, our server, was superb. The food was fun, different, and DELICIOUS.
This place has changed and is now meh. They’ve gotten rid of a lot of beers on the menu that once drew me here. The desserts are tiny. They charge for hot sauce (because they make their own? The logic eludes me) which might be okay if it actually tasted good or if they offered at least another hot sauce that was made elsewhere free of charge. And when I asked for ketchup for my tots, they gave less than a tablespoon.
The server was a bit defensive. Odd. And when asked about the yummy local sourdough, the only information he could give was that it was local. Hahah. Okay, thanks.
Portions are small for the price (a sandwich the size of a kid’s sandwich for $14?) draft beers for $7, what’s with the NYC price? Womp womp
The tots are good. But they are deep fried so I’m not impressed.
A lot of major changes all to save a buck but to the detriment of the customer.
Our waitress was wonderful. Very personable and happy. The food was great. And it was a very gorgeous place