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Posted by PeteDC on 2014-02-28
We went to the Guggenheim, but found it was closed on Thursdays, Oops. Wandering back we needed a refuge from the icy wind and a restroom stop. We saw 3 Guys and stepped inside just a few minutes before 12:00 PM. What a pleasant surprise. I had Potatoes
Posted by anonymous on 2013-02-08
Been going there since I was a little kid. Fantastic service, great Greek diner, great family place. Totally recommended!
Posted by anonymous on 2012-12-11
I'm no longer a New Yorker, but when I was, the boyfriend, turned fiancee, turned husband and I used to go there at least a few times a month. When I was pregnant, it was our favorite weekend breakfast spot. The wait staff couldn't have been nicer to me,
Posted by Ames on 2012-09-14
This old standby is a diamond in the rough for UES. Great broiled fish,chicken,moussaka. Nice soups. O.k. Omelettes and pretty good shrimp and turkey salads. Worth the price for a treat.
Posted by Ed on 2012-02-13
The food is delicious. The waiters are nice. We have been going there since my daughter was little and now she is 15.
Posted by anonymous on 2010-11-15
I dont understand why there are so many bad reviews for this place! I have been going to 3 Guys for so many years and I love it. Yes, some of the meals on the menu I wouldn't order, but if you're looking for a great fun breakfast I would so reccomend it.
Posted by anonymous on 2010-07-13
I live close 3 Guys and have found myself going there occasionally when I'm in the mood for diner food. Honestly, the place isn't that bad, but there are a couple of things that are important to keep in mind about the restaurant. The first is that becau
Posted by Antreas on 2010-06-21
There was no service to speak of for me to comment on. The food is tolerable at best.