We ate at The Long Room twice during a recent weekend trip to New York because it was very convenient to the hotel in which we were staying. The menu includes a variety of pub-like options including a few Irish inspired selections. They offered a large variety of beers as well as draught wines. The space is very long and narrow--hence the name--making it feel kind of tight when it's full. The first time we dined during the early evening and it was very full. Our servers were kept quite busy. They tried to help each other out to attend to everyone's needs, but sometimes they fell short a bit. The second time we visited was mid-afternoon. There were still quite a few patrons there, but it was not as full. Service was OK, but don't expect anyone to provide you with their undivided attention. The food was good -- not exceptional, but satisfyingly tasty. Since we visited during winter, we appreciated that they made the effort to protect diners from the cold draft of the door opening and closing by hanging drapes across the entryway. The interior was warm and toasty. If we were in the neighborhood again, we would not hesitate to choose The Long Room again.
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