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American menu with pre- & post-theater options, served in upstairs dining room & downstairs lounge.- Google
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a month ago
I would recommend this place to anyone looking for a special and unique nite out. the food was great and cooked perfectly!
8 months ago
Abby Lane is a cute place tucked away in the Theater District. I LOVE their cheese & meats plate which is perfect for 2-4 as an appetizer. Their cocktail menu is very diverse and having tried most of the flatbreads on their menu, they are delicious! Everything is made from scratch so you can easily customize an order and they also typically have specials.
7 months ago
Abby Lane is the ideal place to go before a show in the theater district...if you make reservations. Cocktails are creative, and the food is comprised of quality ingredients. Menu highlights include the kobe sliders and burrata with grilled bread.
3 months ago
Given how much I loved Jason Santos' spot Blue Inc. before it closed, this is another one of his restaurants that offers unique fare and fun cocktails. Slightly off the beaten path in the heart of the theater district but great for a special night out or pre-show meal
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7 months ago
The grilled shrimp sandwich and avacado and quinoa salad were exceptional, as was the bartendress. Total do over.
a year ago
Great atmosphere and some really great music. Food was really good and fresh. We started off with nachos that were some of the best we've had. Then both had different burgers that were prepared to taste. Would definitely recommend for anyone looking for an upper scale but laid back atmosphere but at a reasonable price.
2 years ago
This place had a real nice atmosphere. They played some great music (Big Band, R&B, Jazz). The food was very good, freshly made. Their service was punctual and professional. The only issue was that my server was not very talkative. However, that may just be me. I'm not the "talk to me, please" type.