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I traveled with my family to Bryant Park for our traditional Holiday merriment. Celsius has been our favorite part of being in Bryant Park & a tradition we wanted to keep. After circling the park twice I asked a worker & he told me it...More
Overall not worth it. Went as a group of 4 and the wait was supposed to be45min. We waited at the bar, and had completely over priced & weak drinks. 1.5 hours later we found out our named was crossed off the list without being...More
Delicious lunch overlooking the skating rink! It was the perfect cozy spot on a cold afternoon, after touring New York Public Library. Great for people watching and taking in the skyline and holiday lights.
Stop here the Monday after the New Year with a friend. We were seated quickly upstairs with a wonderful view of the rink. Just shared appetizers which were tasty but a bit small. We did enjoy very inventive cocktails.
Service was friendly and efficient. Prices...More
Great place to go if you want to have a civilized cup of coffee; it's surprisingly warm for a place with fake walls and the view of the tree and ice skating rink is very nice; My favorite drink the snowcap!
Celsius is located in Bryant Park. We ate on the second floor so we could have a panoramic view. The menu isn't a full menu, just selections and drinks. We thought it was a little pricey, but, hey, you are in New York. I got...More
Great purpose built bar and restaurant for the festive period with nice views over the ice rink. All waiter service which is good. Food is excellent and drinks (cocktails) are very good too. Lovely laid back atmosphere. Its nice to sit outside and have dinner...More
The hostess grilled us about what we were going to order before she would seat us.(to avoid people just ordering drinks at a table) I had a Cobb salad that was very good with solid salad dressing. My husband had fish tacos that would have...More
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