Incredible attitude problem.
Forgetting the price for the moment ($15 for a well drink which I guess is somewhat typical for this kind of place), the bartenders were off-the-charts rude to us. After asking if that was the real price (a sincere "I honestly think I misheard you"), I was told that I might be more comfortable at an Irish pub. After checking my hearing again, I asked "are you serious?" to which I was told that I would be asked to leave. The bartender walked around the bar and pretended to go look for "security". When he came back after clearly not actually going to find anyone, I went to look for the manager. The manager sincerely apologized, offered 2 rounds of drinks and said he'd take care of it. I thanked him for understanding, but declined the drinks and left hoping that he actually did speak to them. But seriously, is this how they treat people typically?
Citysearch Editorial Profile.
Explicitly inviting "you and the rest of trendy New York", this terrace at the new W hotel in the heart of the Financial District is where Wall Street barons will meet their future wives over summer cocktails (due open in mid-July).