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Daily 8:15PM - 11:00PM
Good atmosphere! Wanted to love it, but only liked it. Food was delicious but the portions were small, especially for the price. Service was good. Very considerate of people with play tickets.
By far one of the worst restaurants I’ve ever eaten at. Cold over cooked scallops under cooked risotto and unrecognizable chicken piccata . And something on the menu they tried to pass of as Burrata.
Average in a about everything. They are relying on Gaylord to have constant customers
Bond45 is my favorite restaurant in Manhattan. Food is outstanding, with a great, diverse menu. Tons of vegetarian and healthy choices. Service is outstanding - very accommodating.
Great ambience. We ate downstairs Food very good.great service
Roni the waiter was great. The place is very comfy and the food is amazing.
Service was excellent. Bread and wine delicious. Food was just ok. My fish was overcooked. And my husbands rib eye steak was very fatty. Definitely not worth $45. Chocolate mousse for dessert outstanding.
Food was just fair, was very dissatisfied.
Informed staff we were seeing a show. It still took an hour to be served. Had to rush through the meal.
The restaurant is very convenient to multiple theatre locations. They do not allow substitutions from the designated menu.
Great meal and atmosphere in a perfect location. Can't wait to return.
Major timing issues with the food
Thank you for a great dinner. Loved the drinks and dessert as well!
I have been to Bond 45 a few times now and it never disappoints. Our waiter was great. Very knowledgeable and even gave us free appetizers!. Will definitely be back
It was the 3rd time I had eaten there and the two previous times were very good. The 1st issue, we were seated by a table of 6 and they were extremely loud and obnoxious. 2nd thing, it was difficult with our server about ordering. He seemed to be somewhere else when you were talking to him. 3rd thing, three of the four entrees were cold when they were brought out. We had to send it back. It was better the second time.
I would still eat there, maybe it was just a bad night.
Nice pre-theatre brunch and breakfast buffet (if you get there early enough).
Perfect location and wonderful restaurant to eat at when attending a show in New York. Our waiter was attentive and gave us super recommendations. Their pizza was outstanding! Try the mushroom one, you will love it! The New York cheesecake was huge and incredibly delicious.
You can not go wrong here.
Pepperoni chicken parm delicious!! Attentive service
Expensive food that was basically microwaved and also had a hair in it.
Tried this restaurant twice, and I won’t be back The food came warm not hot, lobster Cobb salad barely had lobster, Caesar salad was 3 romaine lettuce slices that we had to cut up. Busy evening but service was fair
Festive pre-theatre food, wish we had more time to linger! Service was helpful, we made our show on time, everything was fun and enjoyable. The warm mini chocolate chip cookies they were passing around were an unexepected treat. We will definitely come back.
We enjoyed our experience at Bond 45 and had a wonderful birthday celebration!
Food was very good. I had the chicken piccata at our waiter’s suggestion and I loved it. Service was excellent. I wish I remembered the waiter’s name to give him a shout out. He was very helpful, funny and attentive. Very convenient as we were seeing Hamilton across the street.
Palatable dinner before a show. However the service was horrible. Our waiter was very inattentive. It took multiple attempts to get our drinks refilled. We sat down two and a half hours before our show was to begin. It took so long that we actually we're almost late. The menu is extremely limited. Much of the offerings are very Olive Garden so I suppose that's their reasoning about not having a kids menu. I was the only vegetarian in our group so I looked forward to the vegetable antipasto bar. Unfortunately I paid $32 forgive vegetables that were incredibly bland. Location in the theater district is it's only plus.
Vegetable trio excellent; ravioli with ragu sauce excellent; ravioli pomodoro very good. Bread delicious but no olive oil on table- didn’t realize we had to ask for it. Overall food delicious.
Always great food and good service.
Great service and piano player was awesome! Went on a Thursday and sat downstairs
I would probably tell a friend of mine to go elsewhere. The restaurant is very expensive. The food is good... BUT... The place charges $16 for a tiny little salad and forgets ice, bread, and can't cook a $65 steak right. The little things are important, and there are other places within walking distance that charge less, taste just as good, and NEVER overlook the little things.
Saw a matinee.
Wonderful time at Bond 45!! Right next to Lunt Fontaine Theatre...didn't have far to go to see the Tina Turner Musical!! So we were able to relax and enjoy the food. Prix Fix Lunch Menu was very reasonable for appetizer and entree. Wine Prices are a bit high.. stick with the smaller ounce !! Nice atmosphere and the staff are very friendly and accommodating.
While we were a little disappointed to find out that the brunch buffet did not go past 11:00am during the week, we had a great experience and the food was excellent. Can't wait to return.
A solid after theater spot located in Times Square. Nice drinks and an eclectic menu.
Overpriced for average food - Our service was slow because they focus on people going to shows first.
Dinner was amazing - the food was outstanding and we loved the ambiance. A great place to get a meal before a show (or before anything, really)!
Great location for pre theatre dinner. Got to try the lasagna, it's amazing.
Staff were very friendly and welcoming. The food was delicious and the service was excellent. A great meal in a comfortable and attractive environment.
I love this place. Great for a pre-theater dinner or any other time as well.
The food is delicious and there is a festive ambiance, especially downstairs where there's a great bar. My favorite is the chicken parm with the pepperoni! To die for!
We went for a post theater dinner and was disappointed in the food. The pasta was bland and did not taste fresh at all.
Would recommend a couple years ago. They don’t honor the “7 days a week happy hour”. Server/bar isn’t as friendly as it used to be.
Service was not good anf food legt a lot to be desired. I used to frequent the place when it was in the 45th street location and it was consistently good. This visit was disappointing.