Getting a Table at Ellen's Stardust Diner
Taking my grandaughter pre theatre Saturday night. Since they don't take reservations, best strategic time to show up? And how long a wait for a table.
I took my 10 year old granddaughter there for lunch this summer. While she did enjoy the singing, the food was awful and the place was so dirty. I would pass.
You'll find no love for that place on this site, TIA.
And indeed (because I've peeked inside on my way to Iridium), you can do so much better elsewhere; even the American Girl girlie-posh dinner on Fifth in the 50s might do the trick.
I was to Ellen's Stardust Diner once after a show and there was no trouble getting a table. As far as the food is concerned it's really not worth going to, although it was not dirty when I was there.
Am I assuming correctly this is a place your granddaughter has her heart set on going to? If so, then far be it from us to dissuade you from going. Perhaps a call to the restaurant will help to answer your question if no one here can help you.
Enjoy your evening with your granddaughter!