New York City Dining Disasters

There are more than 24,000 restaurants in New York City, ranging from $100 a head sampling dinners served by celebrity chefs to themed tourist traps to hole in the wall places with crazy concepts. But with all that good food in the Big Apple, there are plenty of disasters.

Sure, you can scan Yelp or UrbanSpoon for days, or follow the Zagat guide or New York Times’ reviews word by word, but no one can replicate your dining experience, especially when it’s beyond awful.

Have you ever thought you found the perfect date spot, only to cringe when the half-cooked food arrived? Had reservations for brunch and was lucky to finally sit down at a table by closing? Had a server forget your table existed, or seated so close to the door you might as well been standing outside? Ever been so fed up by a restaurant, you just left and found somewhere else to be fed?

If you answer yes to any of those questions, then this is the survey for you. Let us know what your dining disasters were like, and what you did. Ask for a refund or to speak to the manager? Steal food from your fellow diners, or pretend you were full only to hit up a food truck later? Share your experiences with us, and check back in two weeks, we’ll share what we’ve found. And no naming-names, that is, unless you want to (we won’t tell!).

Take our survey!

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