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Posted by Jan on 06/05/2010
Went to the brunch here and waited quite a long time for our food. When we finally were served, the food was ok. The quality was comparable to a diner with more interesting ingredients. The omelette was overcooked and under seasoned. The fresh squeezed orange juice was sour. They don't serve soy milk, which is surprising for PS. Don't think I'll come back here again...
Posted by Anonymous on 05/01/2010
I've been to all the highly rated restaurants in Park Slope several times and Applewood is by far the best value. The food has always been excellent and nicely presented. The menu varies almost daily based on the availability of fresh ingredients. The wait staff are very accomodating. The only time service slow is for brunch when the place is packed. Highly recommended.
Posted by Phil on 01/17/2010
I loved this restaurant! The only thing I didn't like were the prices... they were a little inflated. The food was good though and the service was great.
Posted by chas peppers on 12/21/2009
Most over rated restaurant in the New York City area. Apps were served before cocktails, scallops were over cooked and too salty, and I ordered goat but was served veal. This level of service is so bad that it doesn't even warrant a second chance.
Posted by Food Lover on 07/13/2009
My husband and I absolutely love Applewood. We discovered it for brunch with his mother was in town - she's from North Carolina and says it has a very "southern" atmosphere. I think the atmosphere is very charming, country, and comfortable. Decor aside, the food is fabulous. It's is always delicious and the portions are perfect, if not on the generous side. My absolutely favorite part: that Applewood is a sustainable restaurant that specializes in using local foods (and therefore what's in season). I don't eat meat, but I'm happy to take my meat-eating husband since the meat is usually grass-fed/free range, that sort of thing. We go for brunch usually on Sundays, and there can be a bit of a wait (you can see the crowd from down the block on a really beautiful day). The best time to go is when it's pouring out! We've also been for dinner, and it's equally delicious. We sat outside and it was very romantic. Love this place! 5 STARS!
Posted by BHutt on 04/22/2009
I was excited to try out Applewood and called 5 weeks in advance for a reservation for 8 people. The woman I spoke to said to call back a month in advance and she would try and set-up the reservation even though they only seat parties of 7 or less. I called back a month in advance and they took down the reservation and told me the hostess would call back the following day to confirm. I received a call from the hostess today who told me she really can't seat a party of 8 - only 7 and our only option was to eat at 6:00 PM or 9:30 PM which is ridiculous. They are completely unaccommodating and especially a month in advance. I offered to put down a credit card to hold the reservation and they still said they could not do it. F this restaurant, there are plenty of others that will take a party of 8 and want that business - especially in this type of economy. I am not going to this restaurant ever again and I will make sure to tell my friends and colleagues that they are rude and unaccommodating. BOO!
Posted by Camdenrose on 04/02/2009
Went with my cultured teen brother for restaurant week since the regular menu is a little out of my price range. We were surprised by the loud, power vibe from the crowd and loud music contrasted with the ingenuous, homemade aesthetic; I wouldn't take a date there, since we often had to shout to converse and were jammed against another table. The service was mostly attentive and peremptorily explained ingredients and origins. We had to wait a while for our coffee to arrive after receiving dessert. Foodwise, it's excellent. The value-menu options were surprisingly sophisticated and beautifully plated; loved the velvety black bean soup, intriguing sea bass, and beet salad, although the bread pudding seemed a little dry. Now that I've seen what the fuss is about, I probably won't go back since if I'm eating around my home, I have many more favorites that are more in keeping with a Park Slope sensibility.