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310 W Broadway New York, NY 10013
310 West BroadwayUSNew YorkNew York10013
(212) 965-3000
$$$Restaurant, BarToday 4:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday 4:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 4:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 4:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 4:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 4:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 12:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 12:00 – 10:00 pm
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A few years ago, two childhood friends opened a seasonal restaurant out East called Moby’s. Partners Nick Hatsatouris and Lincoln Pilcher spent just a few weeks building-out a pop up, perched on the marina docks of Montauk where fresh seafood was caught and served daily. Today, the success of this concept has seen their first East Hamptons restaurant open its doors. Once again, Hatsatouris and Pilcher bring their seaside oasis to downtown Manhattan in the form of Gilligan’s at Soho Grand.

This summer marks the return of this oceanesque pop-up eatery, which offers guests and locals alike a focused, ingredient-driven menu that includes crudos, salads, crab pastas, grilled whole fish, and produce sourced from the best farms on Long Island. Thirsts will be quenched with market fresh cocktails. Synonymous with summer, spicy dark & stormys and frozen watermelon margaritas sit alongside a select menu of wine and beer.
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Design-focused property famed for its artistic public spaces, upscale rooms & hip bar scene.- Google
"Cocktails, appetizers and entres are A FANTASTIC."
"Swanky hotel with great bar and restaurant."
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Brad Murphy
a year ago
Cocktails, appetizers and entres are A FANTASTIC. Properly done with vegetables and oils and cheeses that are elegant. Event the fish filet was huge, tender, beautifully marinated and seasoned. Refreshing, Each flavor blew my mind In glass and on dish. Thanks
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elicia richardson-ellis
2 years ago
This is a very cute hotel with good amenities and a nice location. What is not so great is the cranky cocktail staff in the hotel bar on the second floor. Ugh. The last thing I need when I'm trying to unwind is a tightly wound, sour cocktail waitress delivering my $18 drink.
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Sheridan Kates
a year ago
Very chill outdoor bar in Soho, attached to the Soho Grand Hotel. A little on the pricey side, but you get what you pay for - it's like a wonderful little escape from Manhattan. Good frozen drinks and a few nice beers. Can get busy, but I've usually managed to find tables (there's enough churn that you can usually swoop in for a seat)
Adam Crecion
3 years ago
This hotel thinks they are much better than they really are and it left a really bad taste in my mouth. I stayed their over Labor Day Weekend and the best part about the hotel was the door service. They were a very attentive group of individuals and met everyone of my needs. Room rates were high for the quality of room and service. For example, after a night at the hotel bar I woke up the next morning and reviewed my bill from the previous night. After leaving a generous 20% tip I noticed that the bar had already added a 20% gratuity to my tab. Whatever happened to working for a tip? Is the expectation that being a hotel located in NYC you automatically rate a 20% tip. The hotel ended up giving me a credit for the value of my tip. Regardless, this left a sour taste in my mouth.
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Jay Copin
a year ago
I stayed here because I read great reviews. I booked the "Seduction in SOHO" package for a romantic weekend on my first wedding anniversary. Dealing with the staff here is like amateur hour. I booked a package which was supposed to include early check in and romantic stuff for me and the wife. I had to remind everyone I spoke to what I was supposed to receive. Room wasn't ready at early check in and all the extras I paid for were late and I had to cajole the staff for everything that was supposed to be included. This took all the romance out of the weekend. When I gave my feedback on a survey they sent me (not that I was expecting anything, I just wanted someone to know I was unhappy with my stay) they offered me a complimentary stay. When I tried to take them up on the offer I didn't even receive a response. While the hotel was nice and the location was convenient, the service left everything to be desired. I certainly don't mind paying a premium for good service, but this isn't the place for it. Next time I will stay in midtown and pay a few bucks extra. At least I know I can expect professional service.
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Laura Scott
2 years ago
I have stayed at the Grand a few times while travelling for work. The staff are incredibly helpful, the amenities and beds lovely, and all in a great location. They even have Kiehls bath products. The rooms tend to be a bit small, but it is New York. If you don't stay at the hotel, it is still worth dropping in for a drink. In the winter, when the fireplace is lit, the Club Room provides a wonderful setting to enjoy a good cocktail and escape the snow.
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Jason DeVore
a year ago
Swanky hotel with great bar and restaurant. Staff is courteous and rooms are well appointed. We will be back here again!
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Dennis Fauerbach
a year ago
Hotel entrance is beautiful people were great, rooms very small for 500.00 and parking 55.00 a day picked the car up 1 hour over and was charged an additional 55.00 this is CRAZY when you spend $500.00 a night

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