The Cutting Room

Music & Nightlife

Murray Hill

  • Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz

    The Cutting Room

  • Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz

    The Cutting Room

  • Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz

    The Cutting Room

Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz

The Cutting Room

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  • Address:

    The Cutting Room 44 E 32nd St
    Murray Hill
    New York
    10016

  • Cross Street:

    between Madison Ave and Park Ave South

  • Venue phone:

    212-691-1900

  • Venue website:

    thecuttingroomnyc.com

  • Transport:

    Subway: B, D, F, M, N, Q, R to 34th St–Herald Sq; 6 to 33rd St

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Henry Butler, Steven Bernstein and the Hot 9

Dixieland & Swing

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Talk about an artistic collision destined to happen: Ever since NOLA singer and pianist Henry Butler settled in Brooklyn, it was only a matter of time before the blind bluesman hooked up with retro-futurist trumpeter and bandleader Steve Bernstein. Here,...

Henry Butler, Steven Bernstein and the Hot 9
  1. Wed Jul 16
  2. The Cutting Room
  3. $20, advance $15
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Amberly G.

Is the owner aware of how guests are treated in this establishment? If he was aware, he'd promptly fire most of the staff and management for their insulting attitude if he wants to stay in business... I never had a server curse at me before for wanting to order food! My husband, his friend, and I drove nearly 3 hours to get to The Cutting Room last night (1/16/13) and couldn't have been more disappointed and angry with the service. We arrived at 6:30 and planned to go in and sit down for dinner before the show. This is a little late for us to eat dinner, so we were starving. We were told by the bartenders that we would have to wait until 7 to go in and sit down because they weren't ready yet. OK. 7:00 came and went, as did 7:30 and 8:00. We FINALLY got to go in around 8:30 but by that time the lobby was so packed we couldn't get a table where all three of us could sit together so my husband's friend decided to stand. I couldn't flag a waitress down until about 9:00 when the show had already started. We were the first people there that night and other people were finishing eating at this point and we didn't even have menus yet... We were livid! This is when it really gets good because I stop a waitress (thin, with longer, thick, dark curly hair) and ask her if we were ever going to get any service here. I really didn't think they were going to get us food.. I asked her for menus and she said, "F*ck off! She came back with the manager after we asked for one and then said, "I'm not serving you!" Seriously?! The manager wouldn't take accountability for anything -- he was a real young guy in a suit with dark hair. He ended up bringing us burgers about 45 minutes later. Our friend never got to order, as he was still standing, so we had to split the two meals between the three of us. Can you imagine that? Passing food like peasants so we could eat.. We finished our burgers as the show was ending and people were getting up to leave. Did that whole ordeal allow any of us to even enjoy the music? No. This was probably the worst service experience I ever had in my life and I will NEVER go back. I am posting this review on every site I can find. What a shame that my husband's first time in the city had to end up this way. Yes, the food was good, the beer was tasty and the music great, but the attitude of management/servers was deplorable.