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Jewish Restaurant$$$
Today 4:00 – 11:00 pm
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157 Chrystie St New York, NY 10002
157 Chrystie StreetUSNew YorkNew York10002
$$$Jewish Restaurant, Steak House
Jewish Restaurant
Steak House
Today 4:00 – 11:00 pm
Monday 4:00 – 9:00 pmTuesday 4:00 – 9:00 pmWednesday 4:00 – 9:00 pmThursday 4:00 – 9:00 pmFriday 4:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 4:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 4:00 – 9:00 pm
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Classic Jewish comfort food & vodka presented in a basement dining room studded with photos.- Google
"Make your own egg cream and bring the tums."
"If you like home style Jewish food, I highly recommended."
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Paul Nicholas
3 months ago
Went here for 30th birthday meal with a group of friends. Absolutely brilliant, such a fun place. The chopped liver and onions to start is delicious, the entertainment is hilarious and the vodka...oh dear. If you want a raucous, fun, crazy, completely out of tbe ordinary night out with a group of friends then try this out. Maybe not the best for a romantic meal for two...
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Lisa Nguyen
a year ago
The steakhouse is on another level! It’s extremely kitschy and lots of fun. I recommend doing a group dinner here since they’re pretty well-catered for it. Order up the Ketel One in their frozen block of ice and enjoy! The food is basic Jewish goodies like onions with chicken liver, grilled meats along with other side dishes like pickles. The dish to keep away from would have to be their mashed potatoes as that was the least liked by our entire table of 12. The mash potatoes taste bland and just gross. Overall, I’m really happy I was able to experience Sammy’s and highly recommend folk to at least try it once!
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Alex Buckley
a year ago
If you're looking for the best house singer, swells of vodka, and bomb in Manhattan then look no further. Dani Luv is like the Frank Sinatra of singing. Perfect for big groups, small groups, dates, and whatever else. Just walking into this place makes you feel like you went through some time portal to a 1970s Bar Mitzvah. Mozel Tav!
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Ricardo Hecker
3 years ago
Fantastic food, great steaks, amazing live music, the atmosphere is unique, a blend of happiness and joy, the place is not so beautiful but you'll love it
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Jon Lazar
6 months ago
Like visiting a Jewish function catered by older Jewish family members, it is more than a meal, it is an experience. If it's from your background, it'll be like coming home. If it's not, it is an experience like no other.
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Daniel Levine
a year ago
Artery-clogging Jewish comfort food and a rollicking, decidedly non-kosher dining room make unlikely bedfellows in this famous, divvy Lower Eastsider. The crowd can be hit or miss, but when it's on there's not a more amusing party in the city. On my last visit, there was a strolling fiddler serenading a birthdaying Mafia don, a quiet Chinese family and several large tables of black-clad hipsters who spent most of the night dancing around the room. None of which would be particularly odd, but for the menu, which is filled with cardiovascular no-no's like kishka (herb-stuffed intestinal casing), sweetbreads (thymus glands), fertilized chicken eggs and chopped liver mixed with heavy doses of schmaltz (rendered chicken fat), which sits on the table in a little pitcher. The Romanian hanger tenderloin alone, is enough to drop you into an eater's coma. Vodka, frozen in a block of ice, is the drink of choice along with egg creams.
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Bartosz Bilinski
a year ago
One bright point is that Gypsy playing. He is a good entertainer. Food sucks, wine is cheap (tastewise), service by guys who look like they showered week ago sucks and on the top they try to cheat by including a 20% tip on party of four without saying a word - that is illegal.
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Brian Schneider
2 years ago
Positives: Atmosphere, Frozen Vodka Negatives: Food, Service Only thing on the menu worth eating is the chopped liver and onions. I went here for a friends birthday party. There were 15 people in the party total. Six people all sitting on one side of the table did not want the family style meal. The others did. The waiter was set on charging everyone the full price of the family style meal, until we practically had to beg that the 6 could just order a la carte. Come bill time we were given a completely illegible bill, whose bottom line could only equate to everyone being charged the full family style meal price. The $1200 bill was far more than the food ordered. If it was anything else other than my friends birthday party, I would have walked out right in the beginning. The server made it clear that he was more concerned with making the billing easy for himself (and more expensive) than giving us the food we wanted. The way the bill was handled was abhorrent. I will never go back.
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