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Posted by anonymous on 09/28/2012
The prices have gone sky high. They used to have a lunch special. But now even that is gone. Last time I went, the waiter took so long to come, the menu was so discouraging, I left without ordering.
Posted by anonymous on 06/24/2012
We loved this restaurant for it's first years, but everything has gone downhill. We stopped eating in because the service and the servers were poor, and we stopped delivery because they kept making too many mistakes. We woke up this morning yearning for whitefish, thought we'd try a delivery, just one more time; guess what? "we don't have whitefish today". Come on, really? Folks, let's forget these corporate-owned establishments and pay our money to the restaurants owned by individuals, people who make good food, provide good service, and who care. Artie's take a hike...out of our neighborhood.
Posted by anonymous on 06/20/2011
I live in a nearby apartment building. When it first opened Artie's was the best restaurant in the neighborhood. Now, many chefs and owners later, food has gotten worse, and prices have gotten higher (a bad combo). Still not terrible, but you can do better for lunch.
Posted by lulu on 02/09/2011
I had the most disappointing tuna melt of my life in this place. It looked like someone had thrown up on a burnt piece of toast and put some american cheese over it and microwaved french fries. I complained to the waitress who agreed that it was a mess and she apologized. She offered to bring me another one which was equally as unappetizing. At this point, I decided to leave. I realized that I was wasting time and money in there. I will never set a foot in there again.
Posted by Rachel on 01/24/2011
I just ate at Arties today for the 2nd time since it opened. The food is disappointing and the staff is equally bad. The matzo ball soup was a salty mess. Between staff rolling their eyes at crying babies (isn't that their target audience?) and Costco looking desserts in the display case as one walks in, makes this place about at appealing as school in summer.
Posted by nonni on 12/02/2010
Being a born Brooklynite I have my own expectations of what pastrami and corned beef and frankfurters need to taste like. I had decided to take these home. Each item, very unfortunately "missed". They all tasted just 'ok' - but not right. On the same note there is a small deli called Tasty Deli - near Columbia Medical Center. I find the pastrami to be "perfect".
Posted by Happy Diners on 08/25/2010
The service was slow but we had time to spare so it wasn't an issue that day.