2 Steps forward, 1 step back. You know how there are certain restaurants that go the extra mile and seem like this business is their lifelong calling? Well, unfortunately this is not the 1. In fact, ironically, those places often go out of business, but I digress. This is not 1 of those places. It has potential. The thin, tall sundress woman who greeted us seemed like she was up for the challenge. The menu is rather thin and my dinner guest said that their steak was only okay and certainly not worth the inflated price. I asked for a taste of avocado with my dish. The big boys typically give this to you as a courtesy or an obligatory $1. Benjamin's whopping $4 took my meal up to the next price bracket. I liked the diversity of the 2 light skinned minority waitresses. When I complimented the Manager on her kimono, she practically lectured me on how it was not. When I asked the waitress for an orange slice, in addition to not having any she got too familiar asking me what I needed it for. What ever happen to the customer is always right, even if my fashion jeopardy was slightly off. I actually wanted to like this place more for the several 2 steps forward, but I would be disingenuous to not warn people of the several 1 steps back. I read both the favorable and unfavorable reviews of the restaurant on this site. I figured I’d pay them the solid of letting them know of the site so one of them could perhaps write a response to any unfavorable reviews that were just miscommunications. The male manager who answered said he would get the female manager that I described only to return as if screening her calls. He was otherwise very polite cordial and professional. When I suggested that someone in his camp might want to write retorts to negative messages posted about the restaurant, he was not interested. Oh well.
I love Malachys! I have been going there for a while now and have got to say that this place is so comfortable that it has become a regular after-work or pre party spot. The bartenders are awesome. The drinks are cheap. The clientele is friendly. Buy-backs happen. What's not to love?Well... If you are looking for a club or lounge or some other hoity-toity establishment where drinks cost 14 bucks, then don't go. I can't make this clearer: This is an Irish Pub! An old one at that. And that's what makes it feel like you just stopped by your friends place for a drink after work. Bring friends and get your drink on.Here's what you NEED to know. The drinks are great! The food is great (get the burger, chicken fingers, mac-n-cheese, or ribs are favorites)! When there is an event at the park or later on the weekends, the place gets packed.Now for my Favorite part: Dorian!!! She's the bartender on the weekends and is amazing! Besides making one of the best darn Irish Coffees this side of the pond, she is hilarious and should have a column in some major publication. You can never get tired of her welcoming smile and the "How you doing sweetheart?"Go early, Stay a long time!Welcome to Malachy's!!!
First off, I'd like to make a point that this page is about Momofuku Milk Bar, not Noodle Bar, or Ssam Bar. Majority of people here are posting about noodles and pork buns. You are all in the wrong place. Milk Bar is a small place that only sells baked goods and desserts. Before making reviews, pay some attention to the place you're posting about. Frankly, it's pretty embarrassing to read someone post negative reviews on pork buns at a place that doesn't sell pork buns.Review:I've been to Ssam, Noodle, and Milk Bar. Milk Bar is unique in their desserts. Their crack pie is amazing and literally like crack. You won't be able to stop eating one even though you should because it's mainly butter and sugar. Their compost cookies are also really good. Their cereal milk, which is what they're known for, is a unique idea, but at the same time a bit overrated. It's pretty pricey and is just sweetened milk pretty much. Overall, the place is very unique and the desserts are pretty tasty, just a tad bit pricey.
My husband and I were truly disappointed with the stay at the UN Hotel Plaza. It was our anniversary weekend and the room accommodations should have been way better. We requested a refrigerator for medication purposes which was never received and was never communicated to me until I went to the concierge desk to ask about it. There are stains in the carpet near the door, on the window shade, on the walls in the bathroom, etc. There is paneling in the bathroom is poorly secured to the wall. We didn't want to utilize the telephone near the bed as the cords were exposed from the handset and the cord was stained with something. The filtering for the air system was clearly not cleaned for months and had my allergies in an uproar. For the price you pay to stay in this hotel I really believe things should have been better kept. Also the room wasn't what was expected from what is seen on the Expedia website for reservations.
I went last Saturday to the establishment in the Palisades Mall in NJ. I had coupons and they wouldn't accept them. I wouldn't have even been angry about that except the person at the counter got the manager who was very snotty and rude(for absolutely no reason). They were making a bigger deal about them than I was. I wasn't happy my coupon didn't work but I just wanted to move along as the line was becoming very long behind me. The manager asked me where I obtained the coupon, I told her and she replied with a very nasty attitude that they didn't work with that website.When we went in, the place was crowded. That didn't bother me, as I had expected it to be. I was less than impressed with the items they had to redeem tickets for. That area was extremely over crowded and dirty. I didn't eat there or have drinks this time but I did the first time I went (about 1 year ago) and the food was good.
Yes, you are coming here STRICTLY for the burger. Don't expect some fancy schmancy high class place because it is most definetly NOT that......but....BUT....the Bistro Burger is worth coming here at least once...I went yesterday with my girlfriend, and we were given a table very quickly, no lines at all....the tables are all scratched up, and the benches are straight up wood, the burger is served on plastic plates...lol but again it is sooooo good. Not the best place for a first date...lol You might even meet some characters, as we did yesterday with the drunk hockey fan from D.C. who ordered us a round of lemon drops and was just hilarious to listen to....but back to the burger...lol yes it's that good.
Doc Watson's is one of the most popular gathering places for residents of the Upper East Side. The restaurant is the perfect blend of an Irish pub and American dining. Live music and an outdoor dining area make eating at Doc Watson's a unique experience. The menu is full of fresh salads, sandwiches, entrees and more. The delicious Irish Breakfast is served all day, and it includes bacon, Irish sausage, eggs, black and white pudding, baked beans and a grilled tomato. If you are not in the mood for Irish food, the burgers, which are all made with grass fed beef, are fabulous.
Got seated right away took our order rather quickly never came back to check on us food took over half an hour another couple left because after waiting for 40 minutes they were told there's no more lasagne.Food was okay I ate with my daughter if I was going out with my wife I would have been very disappointedFood was okay portions were okay but not very flavorfulBrought bread that was not very fresh after I had asked for it and they told me our food would be another 5 minutes
My bf and I had the BEST experience for our first time. We went on a Monday night and sat at the bar. The bartender was down to earth and cool, I forgot his name but he was very nice and helpful. The 25 cent wings were delicious, juicy and ChEAP ...what else could you ask for! The $4 cosmos were awesome and strong!! I can't wait to go back for the wings and drink as well as a brunch one weekend.
When my friends and I first walked into this restaurant we first noticed that the mood was very down to earth and not touristy at all. The waitress was very polite, and we had a nice conversation with her about the food and the huge list of wines that the restaurant had. We got a kick out of the food and wine as we also reveled at the paintings that lined the walls.