BARO By Chefs Society

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Korean Restaurant in Manhattan, New York, New York, US
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  • Sandy Rivera
  • 7 months ago
I went in here for just a drink or so I thought. Bartender was friendly and knowledgeable to an extent. On this particular night they had a window full of tequila bottles so I went in thinking it was a tequila bar or it at least had a variety of tequila. I was wrong. I finally found an acceptable tequila and the bartender had to ask the manager if they could serve it. Let it be known it was not a fancy tequila, but just an 1800 one. For some reason he was not allowed to serve me a shot from it, which is okay; each business reserves the right to serve who they want. Let it be known that the bartender was amazing and even if he wanted to provide an amazing service he was not allowed to. It seems to be that the tequila is just for show, but it’s not actual tequila bar and don’t know their tequila. I will not go in here in the future and will let everyone in the area (which I’m always here) know about my experience. Two stars for the bartender .

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Website: baronyc.com

Address: 34 W 32nd St, Manhattan, New York, New York  10001, US
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About the Business:

BARO by Chefs Society is a Korean restaurant located at 34 W 32nd St, Manhattan, New York, New York  10001, US.

The business is listed under korean restaurant, cocktail bar, gastropub, wine bar category. It has received 296 reviews with an average rating of 4.2 stars. Their services include Delivery, Takeout, Dine-in .

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Reviews:

  • Sandy Rivera
  • 7 months ago
I went in here for just a drink or so I thought. Bartender was friendly and knowledgeable to an extent. On this particular night they had a window full of tequila bottles so I went in thinking it was a tequila bar or it at least had a variety of tequila. I was wrong. I finally found an acceptable tequila and the bartender had to ask the manager if they could serve it. Let it be known it was not a fancy tequila, but just an 1800 one. For some reason he was not allowed to serve me a shot from it, which is okay; each business reserves the right to serve who they want. Let it be known that the bartender was amazing and even if he wanted to provide an amazing service he was not allowed to. It seems to be that the tequila is just for show, but it’s not actual tequila bar and don’t know their tequila. I will not go in here in the future and will let everyone in the area (which I’m always here) know about my experience. Two stars for the bartender .
  • Henali Patel
  • 8 months ago
I liked the ambiance here but the hostess didn’t tell us while walking in that even bar seats required minimum order or reservations, we were asked if we were ordering more otherwise we should leave so the seats can be used by others. It wasn’t even full on a Saturday night..and the entire front side of the bar tables were taken by their staff (one table by the hostess and her glass of wine lol) which could have been used for reservations for when it gets busy…
  • R B
  • 11 months ago
If you want the smallest $7(each, $22 for 3!!!) tacos in all of nyc and gooey wings this is your stop. Nothing special about the tacos or the $8 for 4 wings. I came here when it first opened and has change quite a bit. Hard pass, tourist trap now. Dirty glass for a $20 drink that said it was $14 on the menu was a bonus.
  • Michael Kim
  • 1 year ago
Wow! DO NOT GO HERE. Just look at all the reviews over the last year on google and yelp. Stopped by for a quick beer while I wait for my reso at Baekjeong. It’s a Saturday night (7:50PM, Oct 2021) and there’s hardly anyone here. If you know ktown, you know this is highly unusual; so I was expecting, at least, decent service and decent prices. Ordered a Founders IPA draft and since I was only staying for one quick beer, I paid cash - $20. Expected to get like $12 back. I was given $8. The menu says a draft beer is $7. I had to ask the bartender and he said it’s because with tax and added gratuity. I asked for an itemized receipt but bartender kept busy staring into the abyss. I didn’t care to stay in this place any longer and I would never recommend this to any person. Just wow.
  • Armando Nicolas PJ
  • 1 year ago
Sophisticated-looking restaurant-bar for casual dining, with creative Korean fusion dishes that excite the taste buds and a wide selection of drinks/cocktails to quench NYC's thirst -- all in the heart of Koreatown in Midtown Manhattan. Their food selection’s really great, and Sunday & Monday happy hour’s on 3pm til closing — 50% off on selected drinks! (Do bear with the music here; your DJ playlist most probably sounds better.)

Health and Safety:

  • Mask required
  • Staff required to disinfect surfaces between visits

Services:

  • Delivery
  • Takeout
  • Dine-in

Offers:

  • Alcohol
  • Beer
  • Cocktails
  • Comfort food
  • Happy hour drinks
  • Happy hour food
  • Hard liquor
  • Late-night food
  • Organic dishes
  • Quick bite
  • Small plates
  • Wine

Short Features:

Trendy Korean gastropub with cocktails Hip setting for chef-driven Korean fusion plates with signature cocktails & a wine corkage fee.

Plannings:

  • Accepts reservations

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Here are some reviews from our users.

"I went in here for just a drink or so I thought. Bartender was friendly and knowledgeable to an extent. On this particular night they had a window full of tequila bottles so I went in thinking it was a tequila bar or it at least had a variety of tequila. I was wrong. I finally found an acceptable tequila and the bartender had to ask the manager if they could serve it. Let it be known it was not a fancy tequila, but just an one. For some reason he was not allowed to serve me a shot from it, which is okay; each business reserves the right to serve who they want. Let it be known that the bartender was amazing and even if he wanted to provide an amazing service he was not allowed to. It seems to be that the tequila is just for show, but it’s not actual tequila bar and don’t know their tequila. I will not go in here in the future and will let everyone in the area (which I’m always here) know about my experience. Two stars for the bartender ."

"I liked the ambiance here but the hostess didn’t tell us while walking in that even bar seats required minimum order or reservations, we were asked if we were ordering more otherwise we should leave so the seats can be used by others. It wasn’t even full on a Saturday night..and the entire front side of the bar tables were taken by their staff (one table by the hostess and her glass of wine lol) which could have been used for reservations for when it gets busy…"

"If you want the smallest $7(each, $ for 3!!!) tacos in all of nyc and gooey wings this is your stop. Nothing special about the tacos or the $8 for 4 wings. I came here when it first opened and has change quite a bit. Hard pass, tourist trap now. Dirty glass for a $ drink that said it was $ on the menu was a bonus."

"Wow! DO NOT GO HERE. Just look at all the reviews over the last year on google and yelp. Stopped by for a quick beer while I wait for my reso at Baekjeong. It’s a Saturday night (7:PM, Oct ) and there’s hardly anyone here. If you know ktown, you know this is highly unusual; so I was expecting, at least, decent service and decent prices. Ordered a Founders IPA draft and since I was only staying for one quick beer, I paid cash - $. Expected to get like $ back. I was given $8. The menu says a draft beer is $7. I had to ask the bartender and he said it’s because with tax and added gratuity. I asked for an itemized receipt but bartender kept busy staring into the abyss. I didn’t care to stay in this place any longer and I would never recommend this to any person. Just wow."

"Sophisticated-looking restaurant-bar for casual dining, with creative Korean fusion dishes that excite the taste buds and a wide selection of drinks/cocktails to quench NYC's thirst -- all in the heart of Koreatown in Midtown Manhattan. Their food selection’s really great, and Sunday & Monday happy hour’s on 3pm til closing — % off on selected drinks! (Do bear with the music here; your DJ playlist most probably sounds better.)"

BARO by Chefs Society has 4.2 stars from 296 reviews.

The address of BARO by Chefs Society is 34 W 32nd St, Manhattan, New York, New York, US.

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