There are two different restaurants right across the way from each other. One is more of a pizzeria, while the other is called the "Emporium" and is a more "fine dining" establishment. We ate at both for dinner:
Pizzeria: We ordered a medium pie, which was six big slices. The price on it was rather high, more than what we pay back at home (and we live outside NYC.) The atmosphere was casual (paper plates), but the pizza was really, really good. We felt the price was fair based on how good the food was.
Emporium: From the outside it looks like some restaurant you'd find in Disney World, but the inside pretty much looks like a glorified conference room. There are no free refills on sodas, which my husband didn't realize until he got the bill and saw we had an $8 "bar" tab. Our dinners both came with salad, which was okay - mostly lettuce. Bread arrived warm but was nothing special. My dinner was a $15 plate of 7 ravioli. The food was good, but nothing special, and we definitely felt it was overpriced. My suggestion is to go to the pizzeria and skip this place. We wouldn't go back.
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