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Molyvos
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Today 12:00 – 11:30 pm
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Wellington Hotel 871 7th Ave New York, NY 10019
871 7th AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10019
(212) 582-7500molyvos.com
$$$Greek Restaurant, BarToday 12:00 – 11:30 pm
Monday 12:00 – 11:00 pmTuesday 12:00 – 11:00 pmWednesday 12:00 – 11:30 pmThursday 12:00 – 11:30 pmFriday 12:00 – 11:30 pmSaturday 12:00 – 11:30 pmSunday 12:00 – 11:00 pm
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With a culinary vision rooted in the traditions and heritage of the Greek islands, Molyvos delivers rustic country cooking, featuring unique, regional ingredients from the villages and islands of Greece.
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Upscale Greek seafood specialist with a pre-theater set menu appealing to Carnegie Hall-goers.- Google
"Midtown Greek restaurant with pretty good food."
"Great for pre-City Center or Carnegie Hall performances."
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Phillip Carros
4 months ago
I spent 4 days in New York, and out of everywhere I ate this was by far my favorite. The dolmathes I had were excellent. I also cannot say enough about the staff. Our waited must have been waiting for us, because he was full of energy and wanted to have just as much fun as we did. When one of us would go to the bathroom, he would fold our napkins into a crown or a shoe or another design, and it made everyone wonder what they were going to come back to. He made an excellent ouzo recommendation as well. This is not your typical (stereotypical) stuffy New York restaurant. While that part of it is there, there's an underlying exuberance that we saw and enjoyed every minute of it. If I ever get to return to New York, I'll be headed to Molyvos.
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Geoffroy Hoche
a month ago
Good service , good food , silence ... Perfect for a lunch
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Nikolas Floros
a year ago
Good not great. Molyvos has a nice selection of vaguely Americanized Greek cuisine. Many of the dishes seemed to use vinegar and garlic as a flavour crutch, but if you know your way around Greek food and restaurants this can be avoided. Their fresh fish is truly amazing if you know to ask for the whole untouched fish and the house sauce on the side.
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Richard Braun
a year ago
Wonderful place for Greek and continental dining. Appealing decor and presentation. Great for pre-City Center or Carnegie Hall performances. Menu changes regularly so lots of variety. The lamp chops are devine. Pricey but worth it.
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Jen Bricker
6 months ago
Normally I am not a fan if most eateries in the Theater District, but Molyvos is a find! We went there during Restaurant Week and would definitely go back. The food was scrumptious and the cocktails are tasty! It was great for a late night meal. The wait staff are attentive and friendly. Overall this was a great dinner experience.
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Doug Anderson
a year ago
Terrific.......especially for after theater. Room is large and not very busy at 10pm, foods are light and excellent. Staff is professional and, in the nicest way, Greek.Our favorite Greek restaurant in New York is still Periyali, this is an excellent choice when in the neighborhood.
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Food Republic
a year ago
We recognize Executive Chef Jim Botsacos kitchen prowess, which has catapulted Molyvos to one of the most renowned Greek spots in the city since its opening in 1997. The festive atmosphere complements a showcase of different fish from the Mediterranean, priced by the pound. Molyvos separates itself from its counterparts by offering different menus throughout the day, including a “quick lunch” option and a daily “café menu” from 3-5 p.m. with smaller bites. Botsacos uses yogurt, a refreshing change of pace, in the béchamel sauce for the moussaka, a traditional eggplant and lamb-based dish (see the recipe). Molyvos also serves brunch, a term somewhat unfamiliar to Greeks, on weekends. Selections include conventional brunch items with lesser-known Greek ingredients like tsoureki and bougatsa, a crispy semolina pastry.
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Samantha Soh
3 months ago
Amazing food, not your typical Greek

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