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(212) 997-4144

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237 W 42nd St New York, NY, 10036
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  • Sean Coleman 30 days ago

    Tourist attraction. Pricey. But good sightlines atmosphere and sound. Its Times Square, so taking that into consideration. Not too shabby.

  • Natalie Soto 33 days ago

    We has a large group. Food was great and our server Monte was amazing. Had a blast.

  • Marquaysa Battle 35 days ago

    Saw Sevyn Streeter there. She was excellent! The place had a great vibe. Nice place to visit just to go once and say you did since it's a legendary spot. Venue was so dark though, I could barely see my menu. I had chicken and waffles. Waffles were delish. Chicken, not so much.

  • jan m smith 55 days ago

    One of the worst concertarrangements I've been to! Went to see Tower of power yesterday, and even with prepaid online tickets, all of us had to stand 40 minutes in a freezing line outside. The venue had ONE ticketperson (!) for a soldout concert. When we finally got in, we were seated and supposed to be served. Because of the neverending line (we were there over one hour before the show), we were not seated before 15 minutes before the show were supposed to start. We ordered one coffee, one beer and a banana split. It took almost 30 minutes until I got my beer, and that was only because I went to ask for it! We waited another 10 minutes for the coffee, until we had to ask again. Then we were told that they didnt have coffee there! The venue was cold and people were sitting in jackets inside. The band came on 30 minutes too late and the concert lasted way too short. Thats not the bands fault, they delivered top notch! When the concert was over, the lights came on way too fast and we were told to leave the venue' as there was a new show coming up right after. All in all a lousy experience, bad service and it all seemed like just a moneymaking machine, shuffle people in and out in the fastest way imaginable.

  • JB Estil 66 days ago

    Attended a pre-marathon dinner at this venue where they served a delicious pasta dinner buffet. (The short rib pasta was especially good.) Each seat had a clear unobstructed view of the stage making it easy to watch and listen to the presenters on stage. However, the venue does appear dated when you take a closer look at the decor and the seating area. You can easily spot black tape holding together worn out material. Also, it's located in a particularly crowded section of Times Square which makes it difficult to travel to. It's better for attending special events or entertaining tourists.

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