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About Warren 77
Warren 77 is a neighborhood sports tavern located in the heart of Tribeca. We serve a full menu and offer a fine selection of beer and whiskey.
The restaurant features sit-down video games, with roomy U-shaped booths facing flat-screen televisions, available for the ultimate sports experience. Above the booths are shelves holding old sports books and equipment.
The front lounge can be reserved for parties of up to 30 guests for special events. Booths can be reserved for parties of up to 9 guests.
New York, NY 10007
Hours of Operation:
M-TH 11:30am-1am (Lunch and Dinner)
FRI 11:30am- 2am (Lunch and Dinner)
SAT 9:30am- 2am (Brunch and Dinner)
SUN 9:30am-1am (Brunch and Dinner)
Greenwich and West Broadway
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
The restaurant features sit-down video games, with roomy U-shaped booths facing flat-screen televisions, available for the ultimate sports experience.
Street parking or private lot
A,C,E to Chambers St
1,2,3 to Chambers St
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Delivery, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
The front lounge can be reserved for parties of up to 30 guests for special events. Booths can be reserved for parties of up to 9 guests. Please contact us at email@example.com for more information. Thank you!
Warren 77 Ratings and Reviews
Absolutely terrible restaurant. We discussed leaving when we first walked into the place, but decided to at least give it a try. That was a mistake. The water tasted like cleaning solution, as the must have just sprayed the cups with bleach, and it was probably the worst margarita I've ever had.
I got the tacos which were essential canned chili in taco shells you get at the grocery store. 3 cost $14 when they realistically should have cost 40 cents.
My wife had the chicken Caesar wrap and it was basically rancid.
This place is a dive bar that serves horrible food - simple as that. Should have know by the looks, but I honestly wouldn't even drink a beer there. Absolutely awful food that cost way too much.
Do not go.
From the moment I entered, the staff were friendly and helpful. I asked to change my reservation, the hostess obliged immediately. We went to watch games, and they were responsive to each and every request. The wait and bar staff were friendly and attentive. I have nothing negative to say, they were friendly, accommodating, and professional.
We grabbed a table here for a lunch break during a business conference. This place serves a good mix of tacos, burgers, sandwiches, salads, and wings.
I was the only one who did not feel like their meal was excellent, which is why I still gave them 4/5 stars. Despite the waitress's recommendation, my wings were overcooked and dry, (the meat was crunchy on some of them, but we were in too much of a hurry to have them remade. The sauces were good, but I couldn't get past the fried-to-death chicken. The huge beer-battered onion rings were great and all of the other guys liked their sandwiches and salads and felt like Warren 77 was a good find.
We particularly liked the decor. Very grunge, hole-in-the-wall type place. Very cool and different to what we are used to.
My only real complaint was the burnt wings, but other than that, I would definitely recommend.
I wouldn't know. They called and canceled my 4pm reservation for 6 people at 1:40 saying that the NY Giants just reserved all the tables. This reservation was made a week prior to watch the Giants Green Bay game with friends. So basically if you have a reservation here, it's only good until someone willing to spend more money comes along. It's a small sports bar that is fully booked for any big Giants or NY Rangers game so it's not like they had it half booked and the Giants wanted to book the entire place. They just chose to accommodate the Giants instead of their regular, local customers. Never again
Just enough food at a decent price. Our service was pretty good, except they stopped by to see how the food was before everyone had an opportunity to dig in, and didn't come around again to see how it was or if we needed more drinks. Other than that, we liked it a lot.
The sunday brunch-time bartender who served us was one of the nicest most hospitable people I've met while dining out. The bar was pretty empty at 10am on a Sunday but after a red-eye home, I was looking for a hearty brunch in a casual atmosphere. The double patty burger with american cheese on a soft but structurally sound bun was perfectly cooked in a fast food style (rather than a fat steakhouse burger), with addictive homemade crinkle cut pickles, special sauce and potato chips. The chicken sandwich with bacon, avocado and spicy aoli was also great, though the chicken could have been cooked a bit less so that the perfectly squishy potato bun didn't fall apart during consumption. Greyhound cocktails rounded things out perfectly. This is an excellent neighborhood bar with surprisingly great food.
This is a sports bar, definitely not a restaurant. It's too loud for dining if you don't care about the hockey games on TV. The nachos and meatball sliders used to be enough of a draw, but the nachos are good, not as amazing, and sliders no longer appear on the menu.
The burger was awful. The cheese looked so processed and the meat had no flavor.
The beer was fresh and the server, Molly, was very nice and attentive. Again, I would go here for beer and hockey if I liked hockey. But would not eat here again.
No coffee / no maple syrup for waffles / breakfast potatoes are french fries. Brought our food then realized they were out of syrup so we had to sit and wait for someone to run to Whole Foods and get some. Positive side, they did comp because we had to wait while food got cold.
Not a brunch place if you are looking for breakfast foods.
Had a few friends in town and wanted to grab a bite to eat near their hotel before they headed to the airport. Explained to the waitress that we were in a rush. For a party of four it took us almost 10 minutes to get our order in, which resulted in two of my friends getting their order to go. The waitress wasn't very knowledgeable of the menu and actually had a bit of an attitude when one of my friends asked for no mayo on her chicken sandwich and another friend asked for BBQ sauce on the side. Mother always told me not to complain before your food comes because you never know what "special sauce" you might receive. So we elected to play it safe, and not make anymore of a commotion. I won't be eating here again for sure.
Super-crowded but they managed to squeeze me into a table when I arrived half an hour early. Despite the mobs, the sparse waitstaff had a great attitude and were very welcoming. Not a lot of choices on the menu, but all of it was terrific bar food. If you love loud, lively bars, this is the place for you. Not for kids.
Popped into Warren 77 on a whim around lunch time with a few coworkers and ordered wings & sliders. The bar is awesome. Arcade games for tables with old school feeling lounge seating and booths. Wings were some of the best I've had in town and I would go back just for the meatball sliders!
Will be back to watch a Rangers game as soon as possible!
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