We visited Barking Dog, a restaurant located on the Upper East Side, for lunch one March afternoon. It a place peopled by regulars–the neighborhood place for breakfast, a quick lunch, or to have a family meal. American comfort food prevails and it very nicely executed. We enjoyed salads, which were very fresh and filling.
Music played in the background during the whole of our visit. It wasn’t that loud, but, as usual, was unnecessary. Still the space wasn’t too live and the reading was perfectly acceptable.
Overall we found the space to be pleasant though it would have been better without the background music. It wasn’t very crowded during our visit, so it’s hard to estimate what the sound level will be during a busy evening or at brunch. We assume that it will be tolerable at worse, but proceed with caution at the very busiest times.
7:30 a.m. to 10:15 p.m. every day
1453 York Avenue (at the corner of 77th Street), New York, NY 10075