Excellent breakfast on the fly! Quick service, hot strong coffee, delicious omelets! Highly recommended!
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Sadly this establishment has closed down. It was a nice place to go during fashion week in between shows for a quick shrimp cocktail or regular cocktail. I will have fond memories forever!
We had a gift certificate and I was not expecting much but was quite pleasantly surprised. Although the restaurant is not large, it is light and airy with large windows. Service was excellent. Had to try the chowder (because of the name) and it was...More
Ed - you gotta be kidding? Small portions and big prices! Six little shrimp on a plate with some dried out watercress for 30 dollars??? Or a single, tiny crabcake for 18?? Come on Ed, this is NYC. We expect so much more! On a...More
While dinner is average and slightly pricey happy hour is a bargain . Oysters are fresh and cheap. The clam strip basket is inexpensive and perfect with wine and happy hour cocktails
Ed's is a solid and attractive restaurant within a stone's throw of Lincoln Center. Good for pre-theatre dining; they are geared to this time-dependent crowd. The chowder is great and other seafood options were delicious the night we were there. If you have not tried...More
When Ed's opened, it was busy as could be and hard to get a reservation. That was some years ago and now it's a sad, almost empty place to be. The reason is clear. Food is ok but service is terrible. It's interesting to note...More
The service was extremely poor. My steak was supposed to be medium rare and it came out medium well AND it was like warm. They forgot the side dish of mash potatoes and we asked three times. They forgot the extra spoons for the chowder...More
This surprisingly spacious restaurant upstairs in the Empire Hotel near Lincoln Center has good food. It also has brisk service (may be necessary if you're dining before a show), but we never felt rushed by the waiter. Two of had a very pleasant meal -...More