Ate here 4 times for lunch and dinner great staff lovely food never let down excellent service from all
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We requested a seat on the lower level but I guess I wasn't heard because they tried to put us on the 3rd floor! There is no elevator, but many stairs and we are seniors. After objecting vigorously, we were finally seated on the 2nd...More
Had an early dinner after a matinee, and really enjoyed the atmosphere, food and service. Wasn’t too crowded, but I can see where it would get busy based on location. Servers were nice and efficient. The chicken pot pie was devoured by my daughter, the...More
I went to this bar for some lunch and drinks while we waited for our hotel room to be ready. I paid on my travel card and they charged my card 3 times. That’s $66 three times for a couple of beers and a sandwich....More
Called in by chance one evening drawn by the neon shamrock sign. I guess this is what visitors to NYC expect of an "Irish" bar. Staff were pleasant, service was prompt and the food was good. Good selection of beers. Plenty of TV sport on...More
We visited the pub on the first and last days of our visit and it was great Good beer selection, good vibe but noisy and we tried the Playwright Medley appetiser which was plenty for 2 and very tasty If you fancy a beer just...More
This restaurant is conveniently located for tourists, however, they seem disinterested in providing service. Entering the restaurant for dining, no one acknowledges, go up to each level, many stairs, no service available, no one acknowledges, back down to main entrance, employees just stroll by, no...More
The restaurant is located on Restaurant Row in NYC. It has a rooftop bar and restaurant, after you walk UP three flights. The staff is amazing!! The drinks were good, food was just ok.
Stumbled upon the Playwright. Sat at the bar and had drinks and lunch. Burgers were amazing! Drinks were good, great variety of beers on tap. Good time with friends. Will defiantly go back.
Not knowing the area we were searching for a restaurant to have a quick pre-theatre dinner. The Celtic pub, while busy, was able to accomodate us in a nice position on the second floor. Menus and drink orders were taken promptly and once ordered, the...More