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3 Guys Restaurant
Posted by Mark on 01/05/2012
For what is basically an expensive diner the food is alright but the service...it boggles the mind that they can get away with such rude and incompetent service. Thet waiters clearly got their training at the DMV cafeteria.
Posted by Twice weekly on 04/20/2011
We eat at Three Guys twice a week and almost never order typical diner food. Their grilled chicken, seafood and salads are exceptionally first rate.
Posted by Angie on 03/18/2011
Great food and fun. Perfect place to hang out with the gals or guys.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/19/2010
I called and was rudely informed that the minimum to deliver to my apt - 5 blocks and one avenue - was $25.. sorry I'm already dropping $17 on a wrap and you think I'll order more? No thanks.. too many places on the UES for this kind of attitude.
Posted by Olga on 06/05/2010
The food here is overpriced. A burger for $12 tasted pretty bad. Not recommended.
Posted by JW on 05/12/2009
I'm no tourist and I'm well versed in the UES' norms - but this is the most overpriced restaurant in the United States! It's indistinguishable from any dead-average New York coffee shop/diner, except take the highest reasonable price you can imagine for an item and double it. I can't believe the business they do! Yeesh.
Posted by anonymous on 04/13/2009
For those of you complaining about 3 Guys, you seem to not understand this is a Madisoin Avenue diner-it is located in an expensive area of the upper east side. It is definately pricey, but they have great food-the Corfu salad is superb, the french fries are pommes frites-well cooked and thin and crispy, they make the lemonade by the glass, to order! If you're looking for cheap food, walk east to Lexington and Third Avenues, if you're looking for convenience on Madison Avenue, really good food, professional waiter service it's 3 Guys. It is way expensive, but it's worth it, better than paying $10 for a salad with brown iceberg letuce and rotten tomatoes on 3rd Avenue.