Tavern On The Green

★★★☆☆
  • 67 Central Park W

    New York, NY 10023

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  • 212-877-8684

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Sun 9am-9pm, Mon-Thu 11am-9pm, Fri 11am-11pm, Sat 9am-11pm

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We went here for resturants week there food was good. They're overly priced thats why we went during returants week. The food was good. I was skeptical about going here becuase the reviews weren't so great I see why now. They have horrible service there waiters are all all stuck up they are too serious, and youll feel rushed by them. They have a photographer on permises thats nice but rather expensive as well. If this palce was still open i wouldn't recommend going to it and I wouldn't return to it.

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★☆☆☆☆

We went here for resturants week there food was good. They're overly priced thats why we went during returants week. The food was good. I was skeptical about going here becuase the reviews weren't so great I see why now. They have horrible service there waiters are all all stuck up they are too serious, and youll feel rushed by them. They have a photographer on permises thats nice but rather expensive as well. If this palce was still open i wouldn't recommend going to it and I wouldn't return to it.

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This place is legendary and I think every person I met in New York told us we had to try it. We did, and it was so worth it. The setting is beautiful, right in the middle of Central Park. They have a great outdoor seating area and a photographer comes around and takes everyone's photo as a souvenir. It is a bit expensive, but not nearly what I thought it would be, and well worth it for the experience. The staff is great and the food is terrific.

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★★★★★

This place is legendary and I think every person I met in New York told us we had to try it. We did, and it was so worth it. The setting is beautiful, right in the middle of Central Park. They have a great outdoor seating area and a photographer comes around and takes everyone's photo as a souvenir. It is a bit expensive, but not nearly what I thought it would be, and well worth it for the experience. The staff is great and the food is terrific.

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I cannot stand this classless, gaudy, tacky, way overpriced tourist trap.

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★☆☆☆☆

I cannot stand this classless, gaudy, tacky, way overpriced tourist trap.

Pros: FINALLY CLOSING

Cons: EVERYTHING ABOUT IT

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Wow...after reading the last 10 reviews, I'm not going there.

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★☆☆☆☆

Wow...after reading the last 10 reviews, I'm not going there.

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I went here for the first time this weekend. The food was excellent, down to the rolls the waiters pass out. Their pasta @ brunch time was awesome, and their fish and chips were also great.

A few things prevent me from giving them 5 stars...the decor is worn down. The white metal chairs need re-painting, and the carpet is worn out. At such and expensive establishment, I would expect these things. In addition, they expect you to tip everyone! There is a line on your receipt for the captain's tip. I don't even know who the captain is, so shy should I tip him? They also make you check your coats, and of course you have to tip the coat lady. This all adds up, so in addition to an expensive meal, you can expect to add about 10-15 in tips, not including the server.

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★★★★☆

I went here for the first time this weekend. The food was excellent, down to the rolls the waiters pass out. Their pasta @ brunch time was awesome, and their fish and chips were also great.

A few things prevent me from giving them 5 stars...the decor is worn down. The white metal chairs need re-painting, and the carpet is worn out. At such and expensive establishment, I would expect these things. In addition, they expect you to tip everyone! There is a line on your receipt for the captain's tip. I don't even know who the captain is, so shy should I tip him? They also make you check your coats, and of course you have to tip the coat lady. This all adds up, so in addition to an expensive meal, you can expect to add about 10-15 in tips, not including the server.

Pros: Awesome Food

Cons: Expensive

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this "awesome" halloween party that was advertised was a complete scam. I & 6 friends bought tickets at $60 a piece for the halloween on the green party. it was advertised that the event started at 10, we were waiting in a "line" til after midnight, i say "line" because it was more like a mob scene. Thousands of people crowded in the rain for hours outside. we never made it inside, leaving when things started to get violent. Thousands of people were sold tickets and were not able to get in. the police came because over the overcrowding was a fire hazzard. Although i wasnt able to get in, I heard that it was so crowded that even though you paid for an all you can eat buffet and open bar that you couldnt even get to either one because of the crowd. again COMPLETE SCAM!!!! so many people are discussing lawsuits is ridiculous

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★☆☆☆☆

this "awesome" halloween party that was advertised was a complete scam. I & 6 friends bought tickets at $60 a piece for the halloween on the green party. it was advertised that the event started at 10, we were waiting in a "line" til after midnight, i say "line" because it was more like a mob scene. Thousands of people crowded in the rain for hours outside. we never made it inside, leaving when things started to get violent. Thousands of people were sold tickets and were not able to get in. the police came because over the overcrowding was a fire hazzard. Although i wasnt able to get in, I heard that it was so crowded that even though you paid for an all you can eat buffet and open bar that you couldnt even get to either one because of the crowd. again COMPLETE SCAM!!!! so many people are discussing lawsuits is ridiculous

Pros: absolutely nothing

Cons: worse experience ever

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This place is beautiful! There is a great Halloween party coming up.

Saturday October 31st
Tavern on the Green
??Halloween on the Green?
67th St & Central Park West
Free Food & Drinks All Night
6 Rooms & 2 Heated Tents

Tickets are $60 & $130 and you can order them through Clubaddict. com or pickup at the NYC office by txt/calling 646.529.5183

So for all you hungry people that share my desire for the #1 best party of the year, well we have finalized the food menu and you are in for a treat for Great food, Great drinks, Great Prizes, FREE TRIPS? Really? how could we ask for more? So what do you get you ask???

In short you get:
General Admission Ticket ($60) Includes:
- 6 rooms, 12 DJ??s
- Open Bar Grey Goose all night
- Free food (See flyer for menu)
- Up to $10,000 in cash prizes
- FREE trips to Paris and more.

VIP Table Tickets ($130 ticket min 4) Includes:
- 6 rooms, 12 DJ??s
- VIP Table Service with Unlimited Bottles dropped all night.
- Free food (See flyer for menu)
- Up to $10,000 in cash prizes
- FREE trips to Paris and more.

Halloween Food Menu:
- Coconut Crusted Shrimp, Mango Salsa
- Crispy Panko Chicken Breast, Honey Mustard Sauce
- Flatiron Beef Brochettes, Yakitori Glaze
- Herbs De Provence Flecked Chicken Breast Skewers
- Miniature Brie Asparagus Quiche
- Mezze Rigatoni with Grilled Vegatables, Herbs & Light Olive Oil
- Assortment of Cubed Meats & Chease, Red and Green Grapes, Sliced Baguettes & Gourmet Crackers
- Caesar Salad

By Far there will be no better Halloween party in the city other than Tavern. At all the other parties your spending $60 admission with no liquor, no giveaways or anything. We recommend buying them now as the price will be going up in a few weeks.

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★★★★★

This place is beautiful! There is a great Halloween party coming up.

Saturday October 31st
Tavern on the Green
??Halloween on the Green?
67th St & Central Park West
Free Food & Drinks All Night
6 Rooms & 2 Heated Tents

Tickets are $60 & $130 and you can order them through Clubaddict. com or pickup at the NYC office by txt/calling 646.529.5183

So for all you hungry people that share my desire for the #1 best party of the year, well we have finalized the food menu and you are in for a treat for Great food, Great drinks, Great Prizes, FREE TRIPS? Really? how could we ask for more? So what do you get you ask???

In short you get:
General Admission Ticket ($60) Includes:
- 6 rooms, 12 DJ??s
- Open Bar Grey Goose all night
- Free food (See flyer for menu)
- Up to $10,000 in cash prizes
- FREE trips to Paris and more.

VIP Table Tickets ($130 ticket min 4) Includes:
- 6 rooms, 12 DJ??s
- VIP Table Service with Unlimited Bottles dropped all night.
- Free food (See flyer for menu)
- Up to $10,000 in cash prizes
- FREE trips to Paris and more.

Halloween Food Menu:
- Coconut Crusted Shrimp, Mango Salsa
- Crispy Panko Chicken Breast, Honey Mustard Sauce
- Flatiron Beef Brochettes, Yakitori Glaze
- Herbs De Provence Flecked Chicken Breast Skewers
- Miniature Brie Asparagus Quiche
- Mezze Rigatoni with Grilled Vegatables, Herbs & Light Olive Oil
- Assortment of Cubed Meats & Chease, Red and Green Grapes, Sliced Baguettes & Gourmet Crackers
- Caesar Salad

By Far there will be no better Halloween party in the city other than Tavern. At all the other parties your spending $60 admission with no liquor, no giveaways or anything. We recommend buying them now as the price will be going up in a few weeks.

Pros: beautiful crowd, the #1 spot for halloween.

Cons: none

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BRYAN KALMAN, Director of Private Dining at Tavern on the Green is a total nightmare.
He has been the worst event planner I have ever dealt with.
He is rude, arrogant, and will turn your special occasion into a horror.
Anyone reading this, including future employers should be aware of this horrid man and what he does to customers!!!

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★☆☆☆☆

BRYAN KALMAN, Director of Private Dining at Tavern on the Green is a total nightmare.
He has been the worst event planner I have ever dealt with.
He is rude, arrogant, and will turn your special occasion into a horror.
Anyone reading this, including future employers should be aware of this horrid man and what he does to customers!!!

Pros: NOTHING

Cons: EVERYTHING

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Went to a wedding where the staff took the grooms bag (because he felt it was in the way) in front of everyone without notifying anyone where he put it. As a result the grooms camera and other items were stolen.

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★☆☆☆☆

Went to a wedding where the staff took the grooms bag (because he felt it was in the way) in front of everyone without notifying anyone where he put it. As a result the grooms camera and other items were stolen.

Cons: Poor service

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We just got back from a trip to NYC for our first wedding anniversary and felt that we must warn others as soon as possible about dining at this 'restaurant.'

'Horrible' just really sums it up perfectly, but the details are as follows: We wanted to have dinner somewhere romantic, intimate, fancy and fun at the same time. Thinking that Tavern sounded wonderful, ("Twinkle lights and gourmet food in Cental Park- what could be more perfect?") we booked a reservation for our anniversary dinner there. We should have known what we were in for when we had to pass the cheap tourist gift shop just to get to the dining room.

Ahh- the dining room... We were placed into the Crystal Room. "Shabby chic" without the chic. Dirty, worn carpet and furniture. Tables placed so close to each other that there was no chance of any private conversation whatsoever. All the lights kept on full blast even though it was late, so that there was zero atmosphere and plenty of opportunity to 'appreciate' the also dirty, cheap-looking chandeliers. And it was loud! They had so many people and tables crammed into the room that is sounded like a bee-hive in there.

Not to mention the waitstaff.... I think that we would have found better personailty and attentiveness at a truckstop on 275 at 3am. Aside from borderline rudeness, most of the stewards wore dirty, wrinkled, ill-fitting polyester uniforms that fit right in with the run-down look of the restaurant. And then there was the pushy photographer who wouldn't take 'no' for an answer.

Last and least: the food.... The dinner rolls arrived hard and cold and tasted about 2 days old. The dinner menu is extremely dissappointing- VERY overpriced, and there wasn't a thing on the menu I couldn't have made better by myself in my own kitchen- there was no imagination put into the dishes whatsoever. Chicken breast and green bean almondine for 30 bucks, SERIOUSLY?!?! So stuck as we were, we ordered the prime rib and seafood pasta. The dishes were bad at best, and there was zero thought or care given to the presentation of the dish. The ramekin of horseradish sauce was plopped literally right on top of the mashed potatoes and the "blue cheese popover" was so burnt it was black in spots. And best of all... wait for it... the hubby and I had the pleasure of spending the next few hours of our anniversary night... in the bathroom of our hotel room sick to our stomachs.

Tavern on the Green is at best, a bad, run down catering hall. And, at worst, you too will end up spending the night in your bathroom.
PLEASE think twice about dining here.

It is just sad really... "Twinkle lights in Central Park" had such potential.

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★☆☆☆☆

We just got back from a trip to NYC for our first wedding anniversary and felt that we must warn others as soon as possible about dining at this 'restaurant.'

'Horrible' just really sums it up perfectly, but the details are as follows: We wanted to have dinner somewhere romantic, intimate, fancy and fun at the same time. Thinking that Tavern sounded wonderful, ("Twinkle lights and gourmet food in Cental Park- what could be more perfect?") we booked a reservation for our anniversary dinner there. We should have known what we were in for when we had to pass the cheap tourist gift shop just to get to the dining room.

Ahh- the dining room... We were placed into the Crystal Room. "Shabby chic" without the chic. Dirty, worn carpet and furniture. Tables placed so close to each other that there was no chance of any private conversation whatsoever. All the lights kept on full blast even though it was late, so that there was zero atmosphere and plenty of opportunity to 'appreciate' the also dirty, cheap-looking chandeliers. And it was loud! They had so many people and tables crammed into the room that is sounded like a bee-hive in there.

Not to mention the waitstaff.... I think that we would have found better personailty and attentiveness at a truckstop on 275 at 3am. Aside from borderline rudeness, most of the stewards wore dirty, wrinkled, ill-fitting polyester uniforms that fit right in with the run-down look of the restaurant. And then there was the pushy photographer who wouldn't take 'no' for an answer.

Last and least: the food.... The dinner rolls arrived hard and cold and tasted about 2 days old. The dinner menu is extremely dissappointing- VERY overpriced, and there wasn't a thing on the menu I couldn't have made better by myself in my own kitchen- there was no imagination put into the dishes whatsoever. Chicken breast and green bean almondine for 30 bucks, SERIOUSLY?!?! So stuck as we were, we ordered the prime rib and seafood pasta. The dishes were bad at best, and there was zero thought or care given to the presentation of the dish. The ramekin of horseradish sauce was plopped literally right on top of the mashed potatoes and the "blue cheese popover" was so burnt it was black in spots. And best of all... wait for it... the hubby and I had the pleasure of spending the next few hours of our anniversary night... in the bathroom of our hotel room sick to our stomachs.

Tavern on the Green is at best, a bad, run down catering hall. And, at worst, you too will end up spending the night in your bathroom.
PLEASE think twice about dining here.

It is just sad really... "Twinkle lights in Central Park" had such potential.

Pros: Central Park is beautiful

Cons: Everything else

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I took my wife to TOTG for Valentine's Day after having received a review from a friend of horrible service, overpriced meals and average-at-best food. I thought maybe he had had a "one-off" experience and that on such a special occasion the experience woudl be different - WRONG!! We have lived here for 2 years now and TOTG was on our list of things to do while here. We often are asked for our list, but agreed this one should be taken off. The food truly was average-at-best and we could have had a much better meal for $110/person. The service was horrible and they added an automatic gratuity of 20% without the possibility of reducing the amount. The only reason I can think for doing so is that tips have been historically bad so they had to institute an automatic gratuity to ensure their staff are "rewarded" for the horrendous service. With the contract for this space going out to bid this year, we can only hope that someone outbids TOTG and brings a restaurant to this location that is worthy of the surroundings. Please do not waste your time and money on this restaurant. There are far too many great places to eat in NYC to even consider TOTG. Take it from a former tourist and current local!

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★☆☆☆☆

I took my wife to TOTG for Valentine's Day after having received a review from a friend of horrible service, overpriced meals and average-at-best food. I thought maybe he had had a "one-off" experience and that on such a special occasion the experience woudl be different - WRONG!! We have lived here for 2 years now and TOTG was on our list of things to do while here. We often are asked for our list, but agreed this one should be taken off. The food truly was average-at-best and we could have had a much better meal for $110/person. The service was horrible and they added an automatic gratuity of 20% without the possibility of reducing the amount. The only reason I can think for doing so is that tips have been historically bad so they had to institute an automatic gratuity to ensure their staff are "rewarded" for the horrendous service. With the contract for this space going out to bid this year, we can only hope that someone outbids TOTG and brings a restaurant to this location that is worthy of the surroundings. Please do not waste your time and money on this restaurant. There are far too many great places to eat in NYC to even consider TOTG. Take it from a former tourist and current local!

Cons: Horrible service, average food

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We are planning a trip to NYC in May and planned a visit to the Tavern for our wedding anniversary. After having read the majority of your reviews, we'll pass. It seems to me that New Yorkers get the better deal probably because they are "locals". Anybody from anywhere else across the States or Europe get a raw deal. I'm sure there are thousands of restaurants in NYC where the food and service is far superior, for half the price.

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★☆☆☆☆

We are planning a trip to NYC in May and planned a visit to the Tavern for our wedding anniversary. After having read the majority of your reviews, we'll pass. It seems to me that New Yorkers get the better deal probably because they are "locals". Anybody from anywhere else across the States or Europe get a raw deal. I'm sure there are thousands of restaurants in NYC where the food and service is far superior, for half the price.

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It is a shame that such a unique location has fallen into the hands of such a shoddy operation. The guiding principle of the management seems to be to get into the patron's pocket in as many ways as possible, from the dual tipping (waiter and "captain"--whatever), to the cornball gift shop, to the roving photographer, to (my favorite) the towel attendent in the restroom whose sole purpose seems to be to point to the air dryer, since there are no towels in the restroom--what a tip-worthy service! Add to this clumsy and inattentive service, seriously sub-par food and insultingly inflated prices, and you have the county-fair-like experience that is Tavern on the Green. Avoid this place like the plague. It is NOT a requisite NYC experience for visitors, any more than getting hustled in a less-elaborate street con.

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★☆☆☆☆

It is a shame that such a unique location has fallen into the hands of such a shoddy operation. The guiding principle of the management seems to be to get into the patron's pocket in as many ways as possible, from the dual tipping (waiter and "captain"--whatever), to the cornball gift shop, to the roving photographer, to (my favorite) the towel attendent in the restroom whose sole purpose seems to be to point to the air dryer, since there are no towels in the restroom--what a tip-worthy service! Add to this clumsy and inattentive service, seriously sub-par food and insultingly inflated prices, and you have the county-fair-like experience that is Tavern on the Green. Avoid this place like the plague. It is NOT a requisite NYC experience for visitors, any more than getting hustled in a less-elaborate street con.

Pros: Unique location

Cons: The restaurant itself

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I don't live in NYC, but I travel there often. I thought that it would be a great idea to go to this place for Thanksgiving (did the whole tourist thing- parade, ice skating, etc)...I couldn't have been more wrong. The food was well below average and ridiculously expensive. There were no New Yorkers there....which was the first sign that there was something wrong. We had reservations, but waited outside in a line for an hour anyway. The interior is beat and old and the service was terrible. DO NOT GO HERE unless you want to get ripped off. There are so many great spots to go in the city, try someplace else.

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★☆☆☆☆

I don't live in NYC, but I travel there often. I thought that it would be a great idea to go to this place for Thanksgiving (did the whole tourist thing- parade, ice skating, etc)...I couldn't have been more wrong. The food was well below average and ridiculously expensive. There were no New Yorkers there....which was the first sign that there was something wrong. We had reservations, but waited outside in a line for an hour anyway. The interior is beat and old and the service was terrible. DO NOT GO HERE unless you want to get ripped off. There are so many great spots to go in the city, try someplace else.

Pros: None

Cons: Service, food, ambience....basically everything about this place

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I love this place!! Everytime I come here I have the best time with my friends. It's such a great place to unwind and let loose! I was here for New Years last year and got my tickets through JoonBug and they hooked it up!! I'm definitely coming back again this New Years and getting tickets from JoonBug again!

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★★★★★

I love this place!! Everytime I come here I have the best time with my friends. It's such a great place to unwind and let loose! I was here for New Years last year and got my tickets through JoonBug and they hooked it up!! I'm definitely coming back again this New Years and getting tickets from JoonBug again!

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We hadn't planned on going to Tavern On The Green beause of all of the mediocre reviews we had read. We landed here at the end of a carriage ride through Central Park & said, "why not?" We were lucky enough to get a table and thouroughly pleased with the food, service, and ambiance. The lobster was cooked to perfection and prepared beautifully. The prime rib was marvelous as well. The wait staff were on their toes and aimed to please. It was a great beginning to our first trip to NY. We would definitely revisit here again!

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★★★★☆

We hadn't planned on going to Tavern On The Green beause of all of the mediocre reviews we had read. We landed here at the end of a carriage ride through Central Park & said, "why not?" We were lucky enough to get a table and thouroughly pleased with the food, service, and ambiance. The lobster was cooked to perfection and prepared beautifully. The prime rib was marvelous as well. The wait staff were on their toes and aimed to please. It was a great beginning to our first trip to NY. We would definitely revisit here again!

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We went for Sunday brunch. The crab and cheese quiche and watercress salad were very, very good. THe quiche's crust was flaky and the crab and cheese just melted in my mouth. The salad dressing was not overpowering. The bread was hard but tasted good. I am very glad we went. I'm giving it a low score because our "wait captain" was very cold and rude. He never brought my girlfriend her drink and acted like I was bothering him when I asked for a knife. It's also alot to pay for a small amount of food. However, I am very glad we ate there.

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★★★☆☆

We went for Sunday brunch. The crab and cheese quiche and watercress salad were very, very good. THe quiche's crust was flaky and the crab and cheese just melted in my mouth. The salad dressing was not overpowering. The bread was hard but tasted good. I am very glad we went. I'm giving it a low score because our "wait captain" was very cold and rude. He never brought my girlfriend her drink and acted like I was bothering him when I asked for a knife. It's also alot to pay for a small amount of food. However, I am very glad we ate there.

Pros: beautiful setting, good quiche, great location

Cons: expensive, rude staff, so cramped we were knocking chairs with other diners

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Went here for the location, but was quickly disappointed. Waiters OK, Food OK. But my real disappointment came when I left there and realized I had left my camera sitting on the floor at the table. Within 15 minutes I called, and was told they had already seated someone at our table, and refused to check for my camera. So did the couple take it, or was it the waiters? NO Class here. Save your money take a carriage ride around central park instead.

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★☆☆☆☆

Went here for the location, but was quickly disappointed. Waiters OK, Food OK. But my real disappointment came when I left there and realized I had left my camera sitting on the floor at the table. Within 15 minutes I called, and was told they had already seated someone at our table, and refused to check for my camera. So did the couple take it, or was it the waiters? NO Class here. Save your money take a carriage ride around central park instead.

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I have never ever felt compelled to review a restaurant, especially in a negative manner. However, my visit to this restaurant this past February was one of the worst ever and I must make sure to let others know so that they do not waste their money or time on this restaurant. It was my birthday so my sister in law wanted to treat me and my husband to an afternoon tea. She's traveled around the world, and has tried many fine afternoon teas in many superb restaurant, but she hasn't tried this restaurant right in her hometown so she thought it might be nice for us to go.The moment we walked in, we could tell that most people were tourists (and my sincere apologies to tourists who visit the city. To us, however, it was a big warning sign that the restaurant may be hyped). The hostess who directed us to upstairs was rude, but we let it slide - we were dressed very nicely for the occasion since this was a special day so we did not take it personally. However, when we ordered the tea, the waitress upstairs was BEYOND RUDE. She looked miserable for whatever reason, and basically threw things on the table. When the food came, the items were not what the menu said the tea set would contain, which my sister in law (being the connoisseur she is) caught and pointed out, and the waitress barked at us that there was nothing she could do. We were quite hungry so we decided to order more food (by the way, the food was mediocre at best, not worth the money and I'm not a cheapskate). When we called the waitress, she rudely YELLED so everyone in the room stared: "YOU CANNOT DO THAT HERE. YOU CANNOT ORDER MORE". We couldn't believe our ears. We protested saying we were paying so what was the problem - she rudely said she had to check with the manager to which we said we wanted to speak to the manager. One hour went by and she said to us RUDELY that he's a very busy person and didn't have the time of day for us. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY OR TIME HERE. THERE ARE MANY GREAT PLACES IN NYC.

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★☆☆☆☆

I have never ever felt compelled to review a restaurant, especially in a negative manner. However, my visit to this restaurant this past February was one of the worst ever and I must make sure to let others know so that they do not waste their money or time on this restaurant. It was my birthday so my sister in law wanted to treat me and my husband to an afternoon tea. She's traveled around the world, and has tried many fine afternoon teas in many superb restaurant, but she hasn't tried this restaurant right in her hometown so she thought it might be nice for us to go.The moment we walked in, we could tell that most people were tourists (and my sincere apologies to tourists who visit the city. To us, however, it was a big warning sign that the restaurant may be hyped). The hostess who directed us to upstairs was rude, but we let it slide - we were dressed very nicely for the occasion since this was a special day so we did not take it personally. However, when we ordered the tea, the waitress upstairs was BEYOND RUDE. She looked miserable for whatever reason, and basically threw things on the table. When the food came, the items were not what the menu said the tea set would contain, which my sister in law (being the connoisseur she is) caught and pointed out, and the waitress barked at us that there was nothing she could do. We were quite hungry so we decided to order more food (by the way, the food was mediocre at best, not worth the money and I'm not a cheapskate). When we called the waitress, she rudely YELLED so everyone in the room stared: "YOU CANNOT DO THAT HERE. YOU CANNOT ORDER MORE". We couldn't believe our ears. We protested saying we were paying so what was the problem - she rudely said she had to check with the manager to which we said we wanted to speak to the manager. One hour went by and she said to us RUDELY that he's a very busy person and didn't have the time of day for us. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY OR TIME HERE. THERE ARE MANY GREAT PLACES IN NYC.

Pros: ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. MAYBE GOOD FOR TOURIST WATCHING

Cons: RUDE SERVICE, TERRIBLE FOOD, SMALL PORTIONS, EXPENSIVE FOR NO REASON.

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This is the kind of place you need reservations for- we made ours for lunch. It was a beautiful restaurant, we sat in the Crystal room. Several chandeliers hung from the ceiling, and I?m sure if it was sunny out, the light would have caught the crystals beautifully. Lunch was rather expensive, about $50 for each of us. I ordered a special three course meal that included Red and Yellow Tomato Napoleon (red and yellow tomatoes stacked with ricotta salata cheese, balsamic vinaigrette, and a pesto crouton), Roast Chicken Provencale (garlic-mashed potatoes, tomato olive caper sauce, sauteed spinach) and Chocolate Mousse Cake (berry compote and whipped cream). They also bring around a bread basket and little butter rounds. Delicious bread- light, fresh, and chewy. I have read a lot of reviews from people that say Tavern isn?t worth the ?hype? but I was happy to pay $50 (including tip) for this meal. It was awesome, down to every side dish, crouton, and iced tea. I am trying feverishly to recreate my meal, especially the Mousse Cake. I don?t have much of a sweet tooth, but I indulged every bit of this creamy confection. I not only recommend, but I insist you visit Tavern on the Green on your next visit!

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★★★★★

This is the kind of place you need reservations for- we made ours for lunch. It was a beautiful restaurant, we sat in the Crystal room. Several chandeliers hung from the ceiling, and I?m sure if it was sunny out, the light would have caught the crystals beautifully. Lunch was rather expensive, about $50 for each of us. I ordered a special three course meal that included Red and Yellow Tomato Napoleon (red and yellow tomatoes stacked with ricotta salata cheese, balsamic vinaigrette, and a pesto crouton), Roast Chicken Provencale (garlic-mashed potatoes, tomato olive caper sauce, sauteed spinach) and Chocolate Mousse Cake (berry compote and whipped cream). They also bring around a bread basket and little butter rounds. Delicious bread- light, fresh, and chewy. I have read a lot of reviews from people that say Tavern isn?t worth the ?hype? but I was happy to pay $50 (including tip) for this meal. It was awesome, down to every side dish, crouton, and iced tea. I am trying feverishly to recreate my meal, especially the Mousse Cake. I don?t have much of a sweet tooth, but I indulged every bit of this creamy confection. I not only recommend, but I insist you visit Tavern on the Green on your next visit!

Cons: expensive

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The first thing that was a huge disappointment about this lovely place was the wait. We had reservations...no need to wait nearly an hour. Second, I love salt, but our dishes were so salted as to be unpalatable. I fear this restaurant is coasting on its reputation.

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★★☆☆☆

The first thing that was a huge disappointment about this lovely place was the wait. We had reservations...no need to wait nearly an hour. Second, I love salt, but our dishes were so salted as to be unpalatable. I fear this restaurant is coasting on its reputation.

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First of all, I am only giving this place 1 star because Citysearch is making me.

A group of friends and I made a trip to NYC for Memorial Day. Being the planner I am, I made it a point for us all to go to the Tavern on the Green mainly because it is famous and in Central Park. Of all the things we did Memorial Day weekend, this was the WORST experience of our entire trip.

Not only was our brunch bill over $100, (which isn't terrible if the food had been worth it), but our service was terrible and our food was not prepared. If I order a Lox, I want it served to me in one piece, not just sides and I make it myself.

The Tavern on the Green is a tourist trap. It's pretty, it's in Central Park but the food is horrible and the prices are outrageous!

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★☆☆☆☆

First of all, I am only giving this place 1 star because Citysearch is making me.

A group of friends and I made a trip to NYC for Memorial Day. Being the planner I am, I made it a point for us all to go to the Tavern on the Green mainly because it is famous and in Central Park. Of all the things we did Memorial Day weekend, this was the WORST experience of our entire trip.

Not only was our brunch bill over $100, (which isn't terrible if the food had been worth it), but our service was terrible and our food was not prepared. If I order a Lox, I want it served to me in one piece, not just sides and I make it myself.

The Tavern on the Green is a tourist trap. It's pretty, it's in Central Park but the food is horrible and the prices are outrageous!

Pros: Were there Pros? I had no idea!

Cons: Bad food, bad service

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The absolute worst place in Nyc!!!! I took a friend for lunch and it was the worst food and by far the worst service in the city!!! Over priced and over rated.......

The only time the waiter or "captain" as they call them was attentive was when he gave me the check then he stood over me like a vulture and then had the nerve to give himself a 20% tip!!!! Which I immediately took to the manager to resolve!

The soft drinks were just under $4.00 and once you are finished don't expect a refill!!! They won't even ask! they will just take your glass away.....

I would not recommend this to an enemy!!! Do yourself a favor and go anywhere else!

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★☆☆☆☆

The absolute worst place in Nyc!!!! I took a friend for lunch and it was the worst food and by far the worst service in the city!!! Over priced and over rated.......

The only time the waiter or "captain" as they call them was attentive was when he gave me the check then he stood over me like a vulture and then had the nerve to give himself a 20% tip!!!! Which I immediately took to the manager to resolve!

The soft drinks were just under $4.00 and once you are finished don't expect a refill!!! They won't even ask! they will just take your glass away.....

I would not recommend this to an enemy!!! Do yourself a favor and go anywhere else!

Pros: the view

Cons: too may to list

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We went there for brunch. I knew the food wouldn't be great but was willing to forgive that for the lovely setting. However, the customer service - or lack thereof - ruined the whole thing. First they couldn't find the rest of our party - who were supposedly already seated - and told us to call them on a cell phone to find out where they were. Then they refused to make a simple substitution - smoked salmon (offered on the menu with a bagel) for the bacon and sausage part of the scrambled eggs dish. we were willing to pay more, but they told us the only way to do it was to order both dishes! i.e. 20 bucks for the eggs, and 24 bucks for the salmon and bagel.!! In a fine dining establishment this shouldn't be a problem, right? We saw some butter and asked for it but were told that we could not have it because it was not at our table's station. The final straw was in the bathroom - I gave the lady a dollar tip for a flimsy Tavern on the Green cocktail napkin to wipe my hands on, and then went to take 2 mints. She yelled at me. "One!Only one!" Honestly, it was one of the worst restaurant experiences I have ever had. It's overpriced, the food is terrible, and the service is non-existent. A nice looking setting but a lot of places have that. Go somewhere else. Please.

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★☆☆☆☆

We went there for brunch. I knew the food wouldn't be great but was willing to forgive that for the lovely setting. However, the customer service - or lack thereof - ruined the whole thing. First they couldn't find the rest of our party - who were supposedly already seated - and told us to call them on a cell phone to find out where they were. Then they refused to make a simple substitution - smoked salmon (offered on the menu with a bagel) for the bacon and sausage part of the scrambled eggs dish. we were willing to pay more, but they told us the only way to do it was to order both dishes! i.e. 20 bucks for the eggs, and 24 bucks for the salmon and bagel.!! In a fine dining establishment this shouldn't be a problem, right? We saw some butter and asked for it but were told that we could not have it because it was not at our table's station. The final straw was in the bathroom - I gave the lady a dollar tip for a flimsy Tavern on the Green cocktail napkin to wipe my hands on, and then went to take 2 mints. She yelled at me. "One!Only one!" Honestly, it was one of the worst restaurant experiences I have ever had. It's overpriced, the food is terrible, and the service is non-existent. A nice looking setting but a lot of places have that. Go somewhere else. Please.

Pros: pretty setting

Cons: bad food and terrible service

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An absolute gorgeous location, lovely gardens but a sense that some of the inside is out-dated, carpeted with flowers. My bf and I sat outside, received great service, ( I'm from c.a and you can't drink alcohol before noon in n.y =( ) I sooo wanted a mimosa/bloody mary, but whatevs I had ample drinks the days prior. Brunch was great, but I've had better eggs benedict and for a whole hell of a lot cheaper, this place is a New York landmark, I was glad as a tourist to have visited this lovely place.

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★★★☆☆

An absolute gorgeous location, lovely gardens but a sense that some of the inside is out-dated, carpeted with flowers. My bf and I sat outside, received great service, ( I'm from c.a and you can't drink alcohol before noon in n.y =( ) I sooo wanted a mimosa/bloody mary, but whatevs I had ample drinks the days prior. Brunch was great, but I've had better eggs benedict and for a whole hell of a lot cheaper, this place is a New York landmark, I was glad as a tourist to have visited this lovely place.

Pros: Great setting, lovely brunch spot

Cons: So expensive, no alcohol before 12pm... =(

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Went to a wedding there today.
Would NEVER recommend this place for weddings, NOT EVER.
Good things: valet parking, appetizers were scarce but good. Eat them because you'll starve on the dinner.

Bad things: rudest maitre d' ever. Ignored simple request to know WHERE the wedding was held - NO sign, no guidance -- just ignored til one CAPABLE lady answered me in seconds after I Fumed about getting there on time and about to be late trying to find the right room/area.

WORST FOOD EVER. Choice of filet or salmon. Brown bag it if your going to a wedding there. WORST!!! Filet cooked til it was shoe leather after asking for med rare. Potatoes au gratin with HAIR!!! yes a HAIR cooked into the top of it. The only edible thing was the spinach. Caesar salad over dressed and drenched. Shrimp cocktail lacking. Only the cocktail sauce was good.

UGH.... Never ever ever. I've been to DINERS with better steaks. UGH!!

Last? Stinkiest smelliest bathroom ever. Got in after a wait on a line and then realized I was NOT peeing in that gross of a bathroom.

SOOOOOOOOO awful. Never have a function or event there unless you HATE your guests.

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★☆☆☆☆

Went to a wedding there today.
Would NEVER recommend this place for weddings, NOT EVER.
Good things: valet parking, appetizers were scarce but good. Eat them because you'll starve on the dinner.

Bad things: rudest maitre d' ever. Ignored simple request to know WHERE the wedding was held - NO sign, no guidance -- just ignored til one CAPABLE lady answered me in seconds after I Fumed about getting there on time and about to be late trying to find the right room/area.

WORST FOOD EVER. Choice of filet or salmon. Brown bag it if your going to a wedding there. WORST!!! Filet cooked til it was shoe leather after asking for med rare. Potatoes au gratin with HAIR!!! yes a HAIR cooked into the top of it. The only edible thing was the spinach. Caesar salad over dressed and drenched. Shrimp cocktail lacking. Only the cocktail sauce was good.

UGH.... Never ever ever. I've been to DINERS with better steaks. UGH!!

Last? Stinkiest smelliest bathroom ever. Got in after a wait on a line and then realized I was NOT peeing in that gross of a bathroom.

SOOOOOOOOO awful. Never have a function or event there unless you HATE your guests.

Pros: parking.

Cons: worst food ever. INEDIBLE. (and I'm being polite.)

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Went to dinner on April 20, 2008 and was expecting magical but.... Had to check coat and when I turned around and saw the way it was almost hanging off hook I had to ask attendent to hang coat properly. The crystal room had beautiful chandilers but was loud. My steak was good, potatos horrible and service was average. My husband did not eat his salmon and the man paying for the meal was disappointed. I too feel it was a tourist trap that I fell in and would not recommend. New York has MANY wonderful restaurants and this isn't one of them!!!

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★★★☆☆

Went to dinner on April 20, 2008 and was expecting magical but.... Had to check coat and when I turned around and saw the way it was almost hanging off hook I had to ask attendent to hang coat properly. The crystal room had beautiful chandilers but was loud. My steak was good, potatos horrible and service was average. My husband did not eat his salmon and the man paying for the meal was disappointed. I too feel it was a tourist trap that I fell in and would not recommend. New York has MANY wonderful restaurants and this isn't one of them!!!

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I dine out failry often and have had some amazing dining experiences at places like Babbo, Ramsey's at The London Hotel, Gramercy Tavern, etc. and I have to say Tavern on the Green is still one of my favorites. I am a born and bread New Yorker and one who truly enjoys good food and dining in fine restaurants. Most everyone I speak to about or run into at Tavern has had enjoyed their overall experience there. The food is very good, above average for what you may expect or what you might have heard, and I have to say the same for catered events as well, a few of which I have been to at TOTG. They have a new Chef and although I have always felt the food to be good, it is now more inventive and less traditional and really quite amazing at times. I probably frequent Tavern 2 - 4 times a year, sometimes for a special occasion, sometimes before a show and sometimes just because I get the itch. The location, views and ambience are second to none and the new mural depicting scenes of Central Park is breathtaking, a must see whether you like Tavern or not. The service is always friendly, professional and curteous, I would say I have been there more than 30 times over the years and have NEVER had a bad experience. I highly recommend this magical feast for the senses including believe it or not, taste, it's more than just a meal it's a dining experience and should be taken as such. Although it's not cheap it is an affordable and good value, dinner for two done right can cost you about $200 for 2, with wine, but it's certainly comparable to any other good restaurant in NYC and some not so good. Lot's of people say try it once and forget it, I agree and disagree, if you haven't you should try it once but I'll bet you go back time and time again.

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★★★★★

I dine out failry often and have had some amazing dining experiences at places like Babbo, Ramsey's at The London Hotel, Gramercy Tavern, etc. and I have to say Tavern on the Green is still one of my favorites. I am a born and bread New Yorker and one who truly enjoys good food and dining in fine restaurants. Most everyone I speak to about or run into at Tavern has had enjoyed their overall experience there. The food is very good, above average for what you may expect or what you might have heard, and I have to say the same for catered events as well, a few of which I have been to at TOTG. They have a new Chef and although I have always felt the food to be good, it is now more inventive and less traditional and really quite amazing at times. I probably frequent Tavern 2 - 4 times a year, sometimes for a special occasion, sometimes before a show and sometimes just because I get the itch. The location, views and ambience are second to none and the new mural depicting scenes of Central Park is breathtaking, a must see whether you like Tavern or not. The service is always friendly, professional and curteous, I would say I have been there more than 30 times over the years and have NEVER had a bad experience. I highly recommend this magical feast for the senses including believe it or not, taste, it's more than just a meal it's a dining experience and should be taken as such. Although it's not cheap it is an affordable and good value, dinner for two done right can cost you about $200 for 2, with wine, but it's certainly comparable to any other good restaurant in NYC and some not so good. Lot's of people say try it once and forget it, I agree and disagree, if you haven't you should try it once but I'll bet you go back time and time again.

Pros: Ambience, Service and believe it Cuisine !!

Cons: None that I've ever experienced.

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The dining experience at TOTG in NYC is fabulous! The dazzling ambience is second-to-none and the dessert is extraordinaire. After dining, take a carriage ride through Central Park - it's the cherry on top! Laura Drewa

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★★★★★

The dining experience at TOTG in NYC is fabulous! The dazzling ambience is second-to-none and the dessert is extraordinaire. After dining, take a carriage ride through Central Park - it's the cherry on top! Laura Drewa

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This place is definitely a tourist trap. The food isn't bad, but lets just say its average at best. My appetizer was very tasty (orecchiette with broccoli rabe)...though what should have been a hot dish was lukewarm. My main course (grilled porkchop) was also tasty, but nothing special...diner quality. The service was medicre. One of my dining companions ordered medium rare and got well done....the wait staff disappeared after literally just dropping the food on the table and when we finally found one, there was no apology, rather a snotty attitude. Service was really medicre through the entire meal. The chocolate cake dessert was also average at best... and they dropped the check off with the dessert and after coming back 3 times within 10 minutes they asked us to pay so they could close out our section (it was only 1030!!!!). This place which should have a wonderful atmosphere felt more like a catering hall or even a cafeteria. Definitely a tourist trap. Satisfy your tastbuds elsewhere!

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★☆☆☆☆

This place is definitely a tourist trap. The food isn't bad, but lets just say its average at best. My appetizer was very tasty (orecchiette with broccoli rabe)...though what should have been a hot dish was lukewarm. My main course (grilled porkchop) was also tasty, but nothing special...diner quality. The service was medicre. One of my dining companions ordered medium rare and got well done....the wait staff disappeared after literally just dropping the food on the table and when we finally found one, there was no apology, rather a snotty attitude. Service was really medicre through the entire meal. The chocolate cake dessert was also average at best... and they dropped the check off with the dessert and after coming back 3 times within 10 minutes they asked us to pay so they could close out our section (it was only 1030!!!!). This place which should have a wonderful atmosphere felt more like a catering hall or even a cafeteria. Definitely a tourist trap. Satisfy your tastbuds elsewhere!

Pros: decent atmosphere

Cons: average food, horrible service, overpriced

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We enjoyed dinner at Tavern on the Green during Restaurant Week. Reading the reviews prior to going, we knew that most likely we'd be in for a touristy experience but wanted to try it our for ourselves. We ate in the Crystal Room, which was decorated in a fairy-tale of pastel colors and chandeliers. It was quite lovely with the trees outside festooned with little white lights, and knowing that kitsch is what sells Tavern, this suited us just fine. However, we were a bit disgruntled by the photographers standing by each table, asking for a photograph to "capture the wonderful memory of eating at Tavern on the Green". Blech, can you BE any more hideously overt and tacky? Please, Tavern, banish this practice immediately. My beau ordered off the Restaurant Week menu: orecchiette to start, salmon as main course, and chocolate cake for dessert. I ordered off the Pre-Theatre menu: iceberg lettuce wedge to start, herb-crusted filet of beef as main course, and creme brulee for dessert. The orecchiette was good but nothing amazing, and while I thoroughly enjoyed the iceberg wedge, it compared with the one I had at Junior's diner. The salmon and beef were delicious and cooked perfectly. The chocolate cake looked amazing, but typical of commercially-prepared desserts was missing the depth of a good chocolate flavor. The creme brulee was a little disappointing because it tasted of torch fuel more than anything.
The service was impeccable but having eaten at Tavern, I don't think we need to return.

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★★★☆☆

We enjoyed dinner at Tavern on the Green during Restaurant Week. Reading the reviews prior to going, we knew that most likely we'd be in for a touristy experience but wanted to try it our for ourselves. We ate in the Crystal Room, which was decorated in a fairy-tale of pastel colors and chandeliers. It was quite lovely with the trees outside festooned with little white lights, and knowing that kitsch is what sells Tavern, this suited us just fine. However, we were a bit disgruntled by the photographers standing by each table, asking for a photograph to "capture the wonderful memory of eating at Tavern on the Green". Blech, can you BE any more hideously overt and tacky? Please, Tavern, banish this practice immediately. My beau ordered off the Restaurant Week menu: orecchiette to start, salmon as main course, and chocolate cake for dessert. I ordered off the Pre-Theatre menu: iceberg lettuce wedge to start, herb-crusted filet of beef as main course, and creme brulee for dessert. The orecchiette was good but nothing amazing, and while I thoroughly enjoyed the iceberg wedge, it compared with the one I had at Junior's diner. The salmon and beef were delicious and cooked perfectly. The chocolate cake looked amazing, but typical of commercially-prepared desserts was missing the depth of a good chocolate flavor. The creme brulee was a little disappointing because it tasted of torch fuel more than anything.
The service was impeccable but having eaten at Tavern, I don't think we need to return.

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The food is good, not great; the prices are a little steep. But, again, it's like going to New Orleans and not eating at Cafe Du Monde. It's an institution. The sights are wonderful, the service average, but being able to eat there at least once, is worth it. They have a fixed price menu that includes from the appetizer to the dessert, it's not a bad deal at all. And again, it's all in the magic of the place. My daughters loved it and the momento of the picture next to the Christmas tree is priceless.

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★★★★☆

The food is good, not great; the prices are a little steep. But, again, it's like going to New Orleans and not eating at Cafe Du Monde. It's an institution. The sights are wonderful, the service average, but being able to eat there at least once, is worth it. They have a fixed price menu that includes from the appetizer to the dessert, it's not a bad deal at all. And again, it's all in the magic of the place. My daughters loved it and the momento of the picture next to the Christmas tree is priceless.

Pros: The ambience and history of the place

Cons: A little pricey for the food

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As it was our first time to New York, it seemed it was only reasonable to dine at the acclaimed Tavern on the Green. We made reservations online with no problem - and were excited to see what all the fuss was about. Once we arrived we were seated promptly - but were not offered a coat check like other guests. During our meal, we had 3 waiters tending to us - none of whom felt really on top of things. We poured our own wine and routinely had to ask for more water and bread. My meal (I ordered the butternut squash rissotto) came out luke warm - while my husband's dish (he ordered the scallops) were over-cooked. Upon my complaint, my meal was reheated - but with little acknowledgement about the unsatisfactory conditions. Mind you, this place set us back (in total) about $250 - for which you would have hoped to have immaculate dining. The gardens outside were beautiful - though the hostess managing the doors was quite irritable. Bottom line: save the money - but have the experience. Go for dessert and drinks - but don't waste money on the main course. This restaurant clearly relies on its reputation to continually provide business and pays little attention to its menu, food quality, or customer service.

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★★☆☆☆

As it was our first time to New York, it seemed it was only reasonable to dine at the acclaimed Tavern on the Green. We made reservations online with no problem - and were excited to see what all the fuss was about. Once we arrived we were seated promptly - but were not offered a coat check like other guests. During our meal, we had 3 waiters tending to us - none of whom felt really on top of things. We poured our own wine and routinely had to ask for more water and bread. My meal (I ordered the butternut squash rissotto) came out luke warm - while my husband's dish (he ordered the scallops) were over-cooked. Upon my complaint, my meal was reheated - but with little acknowledgement about the unsatisfactory conditions. Mind you, this place set us back (in total) about $250 - for which you would have hoped to have immaculate dining. The gardens outside were beautiful - though the hostess managing the doors was quite irritable. Bottom line: save the money - but have the experience. Go for dessert and drinks - but don't waste money on the main course. This restaurant clearly relies on its reputation to continually provide business and pays little attention to its menu, food quality, or customer service.

Pros: The view

Cons: The main course

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New Year at the Tavern on the Green..
Avoid this place (for new years eve).
This was the most unorganized party I've ever been to. One police officer for 1500 people standing in a line for hours is not enough.. I must say that Americans amaze me with their patience and good mood because in Europe this place would have been smashed into pieces.
In short: Standing in a disorganized line before a door that opens an hour late and a smiling security guy taking pictures of the line is not a good idea.The waiters didn't have a clue what was going on and provided zero service. The food was bad. The tents were put up like a maze, really a huge fire hazard. The screens to watch the balldrop weren't ordered. The restroom facilities were not suited for the amount of people and I can go on and on like this.
Obviously the organizers made a lot of money and saved money on everything including the safety of their guests. These guys should be arrested.
A pro was that the crowd made the best of this terrible party and the DJ's were ok.

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★☆☆☆☆

New Year at the Tavern on the Green..
Avoid this place (for new years eve).
This was the most unorganized party I've ever been to. One police officer for 1500 people standing in a line for hours is not enough.. I must say that Americans amaze me with their patience and good mood because in Europe this place would have been smashed into pieces.
In short: Standing in a disorganized line before a door that opens an hour late and a smiling security guy taking pictures of the line is not a good idea.The waiters didn't have a clue what was going on and provided zero service. The food was bad. The tents were put up like a maze, really a huge fire hazard. The screens to watch the balldrop weren't ordered. The restroom facilities were not suited for the amount of people and I can go on and on like this.
Obviously the organizers made a lot of money and saved money on everything including the safety of their guests. These guys should be arrested.
A pro was that the crowd made the best of this terrible party and the DJ's were ok.

Pros: location

Cons: Bad organisation, service, food, and on and on

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I have never eaten at a restaurant that was so bad & so overrated that it inspired me to actually seek out a website to write a review on how bad the place was..until now.My girlfriend and I went to NYC for Christmas this year.I heard from many people who highly recommended we go to the Tavern on the Green.So, I decide to make reservations & we go on Christmas night.First, we had reservations at 8:45 and didn't get seated until ~9:30pm.I knew ahead of time that the meal was going to be pricy, I'm not writing this review because I'm cheap & was unhappy with how expensive it was.I am writing this review because when you do go to an expensive restaurant, you expect to be treated well & the food to be fantastic.The waitress in the bar was rude,delivered a drink to our table that was meant for another table and delivered our drinks to the wrong table. After we told her she brought us the wrong drink, she simply swapped the drinks... who knows if the other table tasted the drink or what they did to it. We asked her to remake the drink & she refused saying they didn't touch it. That was a $16 martini... that may have been tasted by another table. Then, when we finally got seated, we were next to a door that had towels covering the cracks because there was cold air coming in. It was FREEZING over there. You would think if they know there is a problem with that table, that it would be rude to seat someone there, it was just too cold to sit there. We had to be asked to be reseated. The food was average at best. My filet tasted like a pot-roast,I could have gotten a better filet at outback steakhouse. My girlfriends salmon was terrible, and she only ate like a quarter of it. The desserts were way to rich & too small. We got all of that above for just over $300....not worth it & hence the most OVERRATED restaurant I have ever eaten at. And to top it off, there was a place on the receipt to write in a "Captains Bonus" like he deserved more than the 20% that was already included

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★☆☆☆☆

I have never eaten at a restaurant that was so bad & so overrated that it inspired me to actually seek out a website to write a review on how bad the place was..until now.My girlfriend and I went to NYC for Christmas this year.I heard from many people who highly recommended we go to the Tavern on the Green.So, I decide to make reservations & we go on Christmas night.First, we had reservations at 8:45 and didn't get seated until ~9:30pm.I knew ahead of time that the meal was going to be pricy, I'm not writing this review because I'm cheap & was unhappy with how expensive it was.I am writing this review because when you do go to an expensive restaurant, you expect to be treated well & the food to be fantastic.The waitress in the bar was rude,delivered a drink to our table that was meant for another table and delivered our drinks to the wrong table. After we told her she brought us the wrong drink, she simply swapped the drinks... who knows if the other table tasted the drink or what they did to it. We asked her to remake the drink & she refused saying they didn't touch it. That was a $16 martini... that may have been tasted by another table. Then, when we finally got seated, we were next to a door that had towels covering the cracks because there was cold air coming in. It was FREEZING over there. You would think if they know there is a problem with that table, that it would be rude to seat someone there, it was just too cold to sit there. We had to be asked to be reseated. The food was average at best. My filet tasted like a pot-roast,I could have gotten a better filet at outback steakhouse. My girlfriends salmon was terrible, and she only ate like a quarter of it. The desserts were way to rich & too small. We got all of that above for just over $300....not worth it & hence the most OVERRATED restaurant I have ever eaten at. And to top it off, there was a place on the receipt to write in a "Captains Bonus" like he deserved more than the 20% that was already included

Pros: Leaving

Cons: Not fancy looking at all... you eat inside tents, its cold inside, expensive, food is terrible, service is rude.

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I made the huge mistake of attending the New Year's party in Tavern On The Green thinking it may have a certain charm. Firstly, the organizers should be put up against a wall and shot. I had a VIP ticket so was amongst the first 100 in line. For a party that was supposed to start at 9:00 PM the doors did not open until almost 10:00. People in line were close to riot, yelling at the handlers who offered no explanation as to the wait. I eventually got to my table at 10:15pm. There were still 1400 people outside.
Amongst other reasons the event stunk (and this is at close to $400 a ticket:

(1) No line control - people jumped line as they pleased. The organizers and bouncers just ignored them and the yelling crowds.

(2) Supposed to be set seating for VIP TICKETS - not.

(3) The food was awful - Staten Island Wedding Hall standard.

(4) Mile long waits for the bathroom - no additional facilities to handle the crowd of 1500 (and this is coming from a guy).

(5) No directional signs through the maze of tents. This place was a complete fire hazard.

(6) Claimed you could see the midnight fireworks? Maybe if you climbed up on the roof.

(7) Lastly, but not the least, the staff were at best ignorant but most likely as they appeared, rude and un-helpful.

Avoid this spot like the plague

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★☆☆☆☆

I made the huge mistake of attending the New Year's party in Tavern On The Green thinking it may have a certain charm. Firstly, the organizers should be put up against a wall and shot. I had a VIP ticket so was amongst the first 100 in line. For a party that was supposed to start at 9:00 PM the doors did not open until almost 10:00. People in line were close to riot, yelling at the handlers who offered no explanation as to the wait. I eventually got to my table at 10:15pm. There were still 1400 people outside.
Amongst other reasons the event stunk (and this is at close to $400 a ticket:

(1) No line control - people jumped line as they pleased. The organizers and bouncers just ignored them and the yelling crowds.

(2) Supposed to be set seating for VIP TICKETS - not.

(3) The food was awful - Staten Island Wedding Hall standard.

(4) Mile long waits for the bathroom - no additional facilities to handle the crowd of 1500 (and this is coming from a guy).

(5) No directional signs through the maze of tents. This place was a complete fire hazard.

(6) Claimed you could see the midnight fireworks? Maybe if you climbed up on the roof.

(7) Lastly, but not the least, the staff were at best ignorant but most likely as they appeared, rude and un-helpful.

Avoid this spot like the plague

Pros: Getting to leave at the end of the evening.

Cons: See review.

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ME AND MY BOY FRIEND WENT THERE FOR MY BIRTHDAY. EVERYTHING WAS PERFECT ABOUT THIS PLACE. I DON'T KNOW WHY OTHERS SAY THEY DIDN'T LIKE IT? THEY DON'T KNOW CLASS WHEN THEY SEE IT. EITHER THAT OR THERE FROM SOME BACKWARDS TOWN. WE THOUGHT IT WAS GRAND. AND WERE NEW YORKERS. THE FOOD WAS MORE THAN GREAT. THE SERVICE WAS VERY GOOD. FRIENDLY AND SWIFT. WE GOT REFILLS ON OUR DRINKS WITHOUT EVEN ASKING. AND THE PHOTOGRAPHER SET THE MOOD. IT WAS LIKE BEING IN THE 1950'S WE LOVED IT. SOME PEOPLE FORGET THAT'S WHAT THERE STRIVING FOR. SO THE PRICES ARE A LITTLE ON THE STEEP SIDE. SO WHAT! YOU KNOW YOUR GOING TO SPEND MONEY WHEN YOU GO TO A PLACE SUCH AS THIS. IF YOU DON'T WANT TO SPEND IT. GO TO A FAST FOOD PLACE. CHEAP PEOPLE!
BUT FOR THOSE WHO KNOW CLASS KNOW THAT YOUR GOING TO SPEND A BIT FOR THE PLACE. AS FOR US? WE DIDN'T MIND AT ALL. IT WAS WORTH EVERY CENT!

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★★★★★

ME AND MY BOY FRIEND WENT THERE FOR MY BIRTHDAY. EVERYTHING WAS PERFECT ABOUT THIS PLACE. I DON'T KNOW WHY OTHERS SAY THEY DIDN'T LIKE IT? THEY DON'T KNOW CLASS WHEN THEY SEE IT. EITHER THAT OR THERE FROM SOME BACKWARDS TOWN. WE THOUGHT IT WAS GRAND. AND WERE NEW YORKERS. THE FOOD WAS MORE THAN GREAT. THE SERVICE WAS VERY GOOD. FRIENDLY AND SWIFT. WE GOT REFILLS ON OUR DRINKS WITHOUT EVEN ASKING. AND THE PHOTOGRAPHER SET THE MOOD. IT WAS LIKE BEING IN THE 1950'S WE LOVED IT. SOME PEOPLE FORGET THAT'S WHAT THERE STRIVING FOR. SO THE PRICES ARE A LITTLE ON THE STEEP SIDE. SO WHAT! YOU KNOW YOUR GOING TO SPEND MONEY WHEN YOU GO TO A PLACE SUCH AS THIS. IF YOU DON'T WANT TO SPEND IT. GO TO A FAST FOOD PLACE. CHEAP PEOPLE!
BUT FOR THOSE WHO KNOW CLASS KNOW THAT YOUR GOING TO SPEND A BIT FOR THE PLACE. AS FOR US? WE DIDN'T MIND AT ALL. IT WAS WORTH EVERY CENT!

Pros: IT WAS MORE THAN GREAT!!!!

Cons: NOT A ONE

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Was popping the question tonight to my very special girlfriend. I asked the reservationist for a table with some breathing room.
We were sat at a lovely table near the Christmas tree. The room was full but by no means crowded. The service was prompt, almost too prompt-- but I know the staff knew what I was up to so they wanted to save me the wait!! Once we were done with dinner-- We had the wedge salad and shrimp cocktail--followed by a beef loin and chicken that was served with a to-die-for polenta with marscapone-- I snagged the camerman and said hey take a picture of this!! got down on one knee and proposed marrige to my love. The room took notice and everyone clapped and tinked their glasses after I sat, i got back up and kissed Margaret again and the room went wild!! after that they let us be. Bought us a glass of champage. then we ordered a nice dessert. The food was really good. This is not a bistro mind you-- they can serve a few thousand at a time.

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★★★★★

Was popping the question tonight to my very special girlfriend. I asked the reservationist for a table with some breathing room.
We were sat at a lovely table near the Christmas tree. The room was full but by no means crowded. The service was prompt, almost too prompt-- but I know the staff knew what I was up to so they wanted to save me the wait!! Once we were done with dinner-- We had the wedge salad and shrimp cocktail--followed by a beef loin and chicken that was served with a to-die-for polenta with marscapone-- I snagged the camerman and said hey take a picture of this!! got down on one knee and proposed marrige to my love. The room took notice and everyone clapped and tinked their glasses after I sat, i got back up and kissed Margaret again and the room went wild!! after that they let us be. Bought us a glass of champage. then we ordered a nice dessert. The food was really good. This is not a bistro mind you-- they can serve a few thousand at a time.

Pros: Great atmosphere--very eye pleasing

Cons: a little touristy

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VISIT ONCE TO SAY YOU HAVE BEEN THERE and then you never need to go again. The "Beautiful Setting and Movie Magic" setting is worth trying once. The building and the Crystal Dining Room are beautiful! Patrons are stuffed in like sardines. The food is only average, "at best".. The service is "below average".. The prices are ridiculous! There are so many incredible dining experiences in NYC that the only reason to ever visit The Tavern on the Green is to say you have.... Try it, you will see what I mean!

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★★★☆☆

VISIT ONCE TO SAY YOU HAVE BEEN THERE and then you never need to go again. The "Beautiful Setting and Movie Magic" setting is worth trying once. The building and the Crystal Dining Room are beautiful! Patrons are stuffed in like sardines. The food is only average, "at best".. The service is "below average".. The prices are ridiculous! There are so many incredible dining experiences in NYC that the only reason to ever visit The Tavern on the Green is to say you have.... Try it, you will see what I mean!

Pros: Beautiful Views of the Park and Wonderful Ambience

Cons: Price, Service, Crowded and Attitude!

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As a New Yorker,and a lover of music and dancing, I used to go toTavern almost every summer night for dining, drinks, and dancing. Thisyear,some foolish manager has decided to add a $10.00 cover charge to the garden admission, unless one has the full dinner, which is over $60.00 per person including the $15.00 cocktail charge. The food has gotten better, but the portions much smaller. The waiters have gotten surlier, and the service worse. If you have not been to Tavern On The Green, by all means, experience it at least once. Eat in The beautiful Crystal room,(or somewhere else) then roam outside (in summer) for drinks at the bar, and dancing.

1
★★☆☆☆

As a New Yorker,and a lover of music and dancing, I used to go toTavern almost every summer night for dining, drinks, and dancing. Thisyear,some foolish manager has decided to add a $10.00 cover charge to the garden admission, unless one has the full dinner, which is over $60.00 per person including the $15.00 cocktail charge. The food has gotten better, but the portions much smaller. The waiters have gotten surlier, and the service worse. If you have not been to Tavern On The Green, by all means, experience it at least once. Eat in The beautiful Crystal room,(or somewhere else) then roam outside (in summer) for drinks at the bar, and dancing.

Pros: Ambience,beautiful place.

Cons: Ripoff prices,a $10.00 cover on the outside garden.

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Tavern on the Green is a New York landmark and perhaps as a result, a tourist destination. The food and service was average and the prices steep. I suspect there wasn't one true New Yorker in the packed, loud, and fast-paced dining room. But, again, this is a true New York institution and tourists will most likely enjoy being in a "legendary" place. My recommendation is that you skip having a meal here. Stop by at night, before or after dinner elsewhere, and enjoy a drink in the garden which is fully illuminated with lights and Chinese lanterns. Follow it up with a carriage ride (they're right outside) and you have a classic NY night.

1
★★★☆☆

Tavern on the Green is a New York landmark and perhaps as a result, a tourist destination. The food and service was average and the prices steep. I suspect there wasn't one true New Yorker in the packed, loud, and fast-paced dining room. But, again, this is a true New York institution and tourists will most likely enjoy being in a "legendary" place. My recommendation is that you skip having a meal here. Stop by at night, before or after dinner elsewhere, and enjoy a drink in the garden which is fully illuminated with lights and Chinese lanterns. Follow it up with a carriage ride (they're right outside) and you have a classic NY night.

Pros: A legendary NY restaurant with a fantastic garden.

Cons: Food not worth the expense.

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The Steak was perfectly prepared, great wine list. We had a blast. Only bad thing was we got drunk. Largest out-door garden we have ever seen, absolutely beautiful.

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★★★★☆

The Steak was perfectly prepared, great wine list. We had a blast. Only bad thing was we got drunk. Largest out-door garden we have ever seen, absolutely beautiful.

Pros: Great view, good food

Cons: service can be improve for that price

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We where a large group and had made reservations on line...got to the restaurant and where promptly seated after giving our coats, etc... the table was ready and the set up was great. The waiter was informative and helpful with our orders. The food was excellent most of us ordered the Lobster bisque and Surf and Turf, DELICIOUS...the place is not cheap but it was worth every penny. Thank you we had a great time.

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★★★★★

We where a large group and had made reservations on line...got to the restaurant and where promptly seated after giving our coats, etc... the table was ready and the set up was great. The waiter was informative and helpful with our orders. The food was excellent most of us ordered the Lobster bisque and Surf and Turf, DELICIOUS...the place is not cheap but it was worth every penny. Thank you we had a great time.

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My first trip to New York, my husband took me to Tavern on the Green despite knowing it was a bit of a tourist trap with poor ratings from locals. We decided to give it a try anyways. BIG mistake! I was 2 months pregnant at the time and was experiencing morning, noon and night sickness. The only thing that really made me feel better was Dr. Pepper. We are seated (and yes the decor is crazy strange!) and a waiter with a sour look on his face tried to take my drink order. I wanted a Dr. Pepper. I was a pregnant woman (though not visibly) who had been flying and sightseeing all day and I wanted a Dr. Pepper darn it. He actually scoffed at me and told me they don't have that. So, I ordered a coke. Now, normally I would have shared a bottle of expensive wine with my husband, but my condition would not allow for it. Besides, it's not his business WHAT I drink! Well, then comes time to order. I wanted the Filet Mignon, but again, being pregnant had been advised to eat my red meat well cooked by my doctor. So, I ordered it medium well. He acted like the biggest snob, like I was some Hick who didn't know the first thing about fine dining which is completely untrue. The steak came and was gross! It had no seasoning at all! I actually had to use a salt and pepper shaker which I can honestly say I have NEVER done at ANY restaurant, EVER! Well, he certainly tried to rush us out of there, without so much as dessert when he brought the check very early and left it there. I never received a refill on my 4 dollar coke and my husband had to finally ask another server to find him for us when we were trying to pay so we could make it to The Lion King! CRAZY! Oh, and you're packed in there like sardines and were forced to involuntarily listen to 30 other individuals' conversations! Don't make the same mistake we did! Get the goods from some locals and try some real food. There is nothing romantic about this place. Take a carriage ride if you want romance!

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★★☆☆☆

My first trip to New York, my husband took me to Tavern on the Green despite knowing it was a bit of a tourist trap with poor ratings from locals. We decided to give it a try anyways. BIG mistake! I was 2 months pregnant at the time and was experiencing morning, noon and night sickness. The only thing that really made me feel better was Dr. Pepper. We are seated (and yes the decor is crazy strange!) and a waiter with a sour look on his face tried to take my drink order. I wanted a Dr. Pepper. I was a pregnant woman (though not visibly) who had been flying and sightseeing all day and I wanted a Dr. Pepper darn it. He actually scoffed at me and told me they don't have that. So, I ordered a coke. Now, normally I would have shared a bottle of expensive wine with my husband, but my condition would not allow for it. Besides, it's not his business WHAT I drink! Well, then comes time to order. I wanted the Filet Mignon, but again, being pregnant had been advised to eat my red meat well cooked by my doctor. So, I ordered it medium well. He acted like the biggest snob, like I was some Hick who didn't know the first thing about fine dining which is completely untrue. The steak came and was gross! It had no seasoning at all! I actually had to use a salt and pepper shaker which I can honestly say I have NEVER done at ANY restaurant, EVER! Well, he certainly tried to rush us out of there, without so much as dessert when he brought the check very early and left it there. I never received a refill on my 4 dollar coke and my husband had to finally ask another server to find him for us when we were trying to pay so we could make it to The Lion King! CRAZY! Oh, and you're packed in there like sardines and were forced to involuntarily listen to 30 other individuals' conversations! Don't make the same mistake we did! Get the goods from some locals and try some real food. There is nothing romantic about this place. Take a carriage ride if you want romance!

Pros: you can say you've been there??

Cons: everything!

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1. Food is worst than diner food. Had appetizer, entree, and dessert. All were very disappointing.
2. Decor is a joke. Felt like we were in Alice in Wonderland.
3. Major Tourist trap joint
4. Lame photographer walking around trying to rip you off with "souvenier photos"
5. Did I mentioned the food was not good?
6. Bill came and felt like we shouln't pay for this junk. There were 2 section for tips. One for the waiter and the other for the "captain" who walked over for 2 seconds to ask us if everything was okay. I've been to all kind of restaurant and have never encounter this before. Is it just me? Or this is a very tacky way to run any type of establishment? I would pay $200 per person if I had to for fine dining with good ambience and exquisite food. This place lack both. What a shame.
BE WARNED-STAY AWAY-DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY

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★☆☆☆☆

1. Food is worst than diner food. Had appetizer, entree, and dessert. All were very disappointing.
2. Decor is a joke. Felt like we were in Alice in Wonderland.
3. Major Tourist trap joint
4. Lame photographer walking around trying to rip you off with "souvenier photos"
5. Did I mentioned the food was not good?
6. Bill came and felt like we shouln't pay for this junk. There were 2 section for tips. One for the waiter and the other for the "captain" who walked over for 2 seconds to ask us if everything was okay. I've been to all kind of restaurant and have never encounter this before. Is it just me? Or this is a very tacky way to run any type of establishment? I would pay $200 per person if I had to for fine dining with good ambience and exquisite food. This place lack both. What a shame.
BE WARNED-STAY AWAY-DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY

Pros: NONE

Cons: DINER FOOD FOR A LOT OF MONEY, TIPS FOR CAPTAIN?!?!!?!?

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Just like Desney land, Decor,Food,Service, etc.. People were kinda tourlist like.
But so what? Enjoy your 35$ menu ! Who expects wonderful food and great service for 35$ in a service week price? I really enjoyed here! I don't think I will go back in usual term but I will definetely go back in next restaurant week term.
35$menu ? 2, Guigal GIgondas 34$ made us happy eat out !! TRY HERE, but NOW !!

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★★★☆☆

Just like Desney land, Decor,Food,Service, etc.. People were kinda tourlist like.
But so what? Enjoy your 35$ menu ! Who expects wonderful food and great service for 35$ in a service week price? I really enjoyed here! I don't think I will go back in usual term but I will definetely go back in next restaurant week term.
35$menu ? 2, Guigal GIgondas 34$ made us happy eat out !! TRY HERE, but NOW !!

Pros: IF you have nothing too much expectation for 35$ menu, you will be pleased

Cons: If you have too much expectation for 35$ menu, you will be dissapointed

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Went to Tavern during Restaurant Week. Waiter rudely and blatantly rushed us out of there, warning us that our entrees were getting cold as we were eating our appetizers! We had to get up from our table twice to complain, which we never do. Food was terrible and overpriced, even at the discount price. Place is super cheesy with tacky and dated decor-even has a store where you can buy sweatshirts! Someone is walking around taking pictures of the patrons, which you can buy as a souvenir=Total tourist trap. Must check your coat at the door-and oh, you must pay 2 bucks for that too. Completely unclassy service, food and ambiance. Save yourself the cash and embarrassment and go somewhere else! Anywhere!

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★☆☆☆☆

Went to Tavern during Restaurant Week. Waiter rudely and blatantly rushed us out of there, warning us that our entrees were getting cold as we were eating our appetizers! We had to get up from our table twice to complain, which we never do. Food was terrible and overpriced, even at the discount price. Place is super cheesy with tacky and dated decor-even has a store where you can buy sweatshirts! Someone is walking around taking pictures of the patrons, which you can buy as a souvenir=Total tourist trap. Must check your coat at the door-and oh, you must pay 2 bucks for that too. Completely unclassy service, food and ambiance. Save yourself the cash and embarrassment and go somewhere else! Anywhere!

Pros: location, appearance of lights on trees OUTSIDE of restaurant

Cons: food, ambiance, gift shop, photographer, decor, service, overpriced

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Granted we went a couple of days after Christmas and everything is harried in the City at that time.
However, people jammed against each other in every dining room - service designed like a fast food restaurant - food that was mediocre - make for a plain 1 rating.

They're obviously coasting on their reputation here.

Our party of 4 was crammed into a space so small that we had to run a maze of tables to get there. There was no direct route although it was only a few steps away. Very, very uncomfortable.

We started out with some appetizers and salads that were decent. Then came some of the most pedestrian food I've tasted since my cafeteria days. The turkey was actually cold. The salmon, pretty much flavorless, the mushroom dish with pasta was ok - but you would expect more. No one at our table was satisfied in any aspect of the dinner this evening.

Extremely disappointing.

It is a beautiful setting but instead of eating there, just grab a hot dog and walk around it at night.
You'll be better off.

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★☆☆☆☆

Granted we went a couple of days after Christmas and everything is harried in the City at that time.
However, people jammed against each other in every dining room - service designed like a fast food restaurant - food that was mediocre - make for a plain 1 rating.

They're obviously coasting on their reputation here.

Our party of 4 was crammed into a space so small that we had to run a maze of tables to get there. There was no direct route although it was only a few steps away. Very, very uncomfortable.

We started out with some appetizers and salads that were decent. Then came some of the most pedestrian food I've tasted since my cafeteria days. The turkey was actually cold. The salmon, pretty much flavorless, the mushroom dish with pasta was ok - but you would expect more. No one at our table was satisfied in any aspect of the dinner this evening.

Extremely disappointing.

It is a beautiful setting but instead of eating there, just grab a hot dog and walk around it at night.
You'll be better off.

Pros: pretty lights, nice location

Cons: everything else, smells like horses

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OK, if you go to NYC on any regular basis, you know you are expected to visit Tavern on the Green. You read a lot of reviews about over-rated and bad service, but you still go. Well the fact is, the view, especially during the Christmas season is spectacular. Lots of lights, color, and excitement. However, I found the reviews about food and service right on target. We were seated promptly, having made reservations weeks in advance. Unfortunately, we were completely ignored for 10 full minutes. I finally flagged down a manager and asked for some help. He apologized and moved us to a better area and took our order. The food was average at best and nowhere close to the price paid. If you want to impress your date, it's probably worth the visit, but you may want to feed her before you come.

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★★★☆☆

OK, if you go to NYC on any regular basis, you know you are expected to visit Tavern on the Green. You read a lot of reviews about over-rated and bad service, but you still go. Well the fact is, the view, especially during the Christmas season is spectacular. Lots of lights, color, and excitement. However, I found the reviews about food and service right on target. We were seated promptly, having made reservations weeks in advance. Unfortunately, we were completely ignored for 10 full minutes. I finally flagged down a manager and asked for some help. He apologized and moved us to a better area and took our order. The food was average at best and nowhere close to the price paid. If you want to impress your date, it's probably worth the visit, but you may want to feed her before you come.

Pros: Ambience

Cons: Average food, high prices

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I believe that this restaurant is good for a romantic evening, with a horse & carriage ride through central park, but as far as the quality of food goes - it's for the birds. I ordered spaghetti bolognese and when it arrived it was almost like a complete veal dish with a sample of noodles. . .

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★★★☆☆

I believe that this restaurant is good for a romantic evening, with a horse & carriage ride through central park, but as far as the quality of food goes - it's for the birds. I ordered spaghetti bolognese and when it arrived it was almost like a complete veal dish with a sample of noodles. . .

Pros: ambience

Cons: price

 

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