282 Hudson St, New York, NY | Directions 1001340.725297 -74.007487
Neighborhoods: Downtown, SoHo
I've given them their last chance – I work in the area and wanted to love this place. But they only seem to get worse. They have possibly the worst service in New York I have waited until the waiter has finished his paper, begged for water and waited over an hour for my meal. You never know in what order your meal will arrive or if you'll get what you ordered. Most disappopining, their special chicken was undercooked and stale, and their French Fries greasy.
an out of the way place
had a great steak
and it was a great deal
i asked for it rare, and it came rare
tasted great, came with fried onions
great wings and mozzarella stix
big juicy burgers
willing to put your game on
been there a few times
Friendly, Family style – It's a great place to hang out at any time, lunch, happy hour or late evenings. I like going there on the weekends, it has a comfortable atmosphere, food is great; drinks are affordable and they have plenty of TVs to watch the games. It's located on a corner, great to sit by the open doors during the summer to feel the sun and breeze.
Menu of American and Italian favorites--buffalo wings, salad, burger, veal Parmesan, pasta--with draft beer, bottled beer and wine from the bar. – In Short
This cozy corner bar and restaurant--with its five tiny tables--is perched just above Canal but is far enough south and west to be pushing the SoHo designation. Despite an unlikely location, it has its charms, namely an unlikely location and the pursuant low-key feel this tends to bring. The crowd these days is somewhat less over-the-top, but that's probably a good thing if you're looking to enjoy a quiet drink at their wooden bar.
Don't bother – Stopped by for brunch. What a dump, with "service" with super ATTITUDE and totally unmemorable food. Watered down Bloody Mary, with bacon and French Toast of the earlier prepared, re-heated variety. Totally forgettable. Pass this one by big time.
An Atypical New York Bar – Despite being off the beaten track, Cody's is worth a visit. A very casual, friendly, neighborhood feel to the bar, the kind of place where the bartenders remember you and what you drink after just one visit.
Nothing too out of the ordinary on the menu, but standard grill food of high quality and good portions. However, you don't even really need the menu, because the daily specials are always tempting and delicious. With five TVs, it's a good place to watch sports. Combined with an substantial brunch menu, Cody's is a perfect spot for Sunday football viewing.
(It has more than 5 tables, though!)
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