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Bar & Grill$$
Today 11:30AM–11PM
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Rooftop 200 5th Ave New York, NY 10010
Rooftop, 200 5th AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10010
$$Bar & Grill, Italian RestaurantToday 11:30AM–11PM
Tuesday 11:30AM–11PMWednesday 11:30AM–11PMThursday 11:30AM–11PMFriday 11:30AM–12AMSaturday 11:30AM–12AMSunday 11:30AM–11PMMonday 11:30AM–11PM
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Scenic rooftop setting for elevated Italian cuisine, house brewed ales & high-end imported beer.- Google
"Enjoyed the shitake mushrooms, some charcuterie, and pork ribs."
"The perfect place to have a good craft beer and snack on some cured meats."
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David Doherty
a month ago
Nice atmosphere and nice food/drink. It's on the roof of Eataly so its nice in the evening during the summer (although you don't have photo worthy views). Book ahead because the queueing system can be a bit strange sometimes. I think my experience has been tainted by occasionally having to wait in the line while they let some people up and not others. The entrance is in Eataly itself!
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Chris D
a month ago
Take the elevator in the back of Eataly. Gets a little crowded at the bar; otherwise need a reservation. Great rooftop spot in summer.
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Erinn Blicher
a week ago
The atmosphere is great, the food is just ok. But, I keep going back because it's a cool, fun place to be.
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Albert Oeswadi
2 months ago
Decent place to get a beer with some cheese. Could use bigger bar space. Nice venue for summer relaxation. The price is a bit high though. The receptionists downstairs get rather rude too when it is packed upstairs.
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Shane Bigler
a month ago
It wasn't ground breaking but was still good. My wife had the pork shoulder and I had the cod with Yukon potatoes, both were also okay. Prices are reasonable for NYC. Good to see they had alcoholic cider on the menu.
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Shelby Edwards
2 months ago
Our server was rude and dismissive from the second she greeted us. Then, she just left halfway through our meal. When we asked the manager what happened, he told us not to worry about it. We felt very unwelcome. Also, while the servers are predominantly white, The bussers and serving assistants were mostly brown, which was depressing.
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Dirk H.
2 months ago
We have there been once and it was okay. The rooftop is nice but nothing special. On our visit they had quiet a lot italian craft beer which was okay. Staff is friendly!
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Kevin Chan
7 months ago
Great on hot weather days and the summer as a outdoor more upscale beer hall. Plenty of good beers and artisanal beers on tap to choose from. Any of the german lagers are great in the summer. It's a large outdoor roof beer hall on top of Eataly. Plenty of tables to sit down for a meal. The bar is on the far side but for a beer hall a bit small. It can get a bit crowded on busy happy hour times. It's a good place for a work lunch as the pork shoulder which i ordered was super tasty and tender. Any of the charcuterie was great too. The mortadella, speck, salumi and sopressata goes well with the beer and casual conversation. I would of given 4 stars but to me it is a bit pricey for this kind of food fare. If the price points were a bit better definitely a 4 star kinda place where you'd frequent often. But as is it's for those special occasions.
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