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Can't beat the venue in Bryant Park. The food comes in styrofoam with plastic utensils and the wait staff is about what you would expect - slow because they are over worked and understaffed. But the white bean salad was as good as any we...More
Went to movies and had no destination . Stopped at Bryant Park for an ice cream and drink. 3 hours later. Still enjoying beautiful weather. Great atmosphere. Great Service by Felix! at the porch at Bryant Park.
Ask for Felix :)
We just found the open air bar at Bryant Park. Great please to enjoy some drinks. Service is attentive, you can help yourself as well at the bar. Downturn, more or less no restrooms available. Nevertheless do not miss it.
This little bar is situated in Bryant Park, an oasis in the middle of NYC concrete jungle. It is a great place to grab a drink, relax and enjoy watching people - after all it's NYC. Chillers are good with the perfect amount of alcohol...More
We had walked all day in a crazy overheated New York when we came around Bryant park and there it was, nested among the big trees like an oasis in the desert: Southwest Porch.
It's not quiet, but it's relaxing enough compared to the loud...More
I just experienced the worst moments in this place. I asked the manager if it is possible to swap the table? the answer was "yes but only if we order food", I asked why she is saying that? she responded these tables was reserved for...More
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