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Posted by Anonymous on 08/18/2007
Potato pancakes = Soggy and greasy. Chocolate Egg Creams = Too Sweet and not enough seltzer. Tuna Melts = A huge mess. Grilled Cheese = Greasy pile of bread.
Posted by AnotherWallStreetWorker on 07/28/2007
The Roast Beef, Pastrami, and Turkey on rye is to die for. Arties makes great food. The knishes are awesome too. The one drawback is it's pretty expensive. $13 for a sandwich is a bit over-the-top, although you are admittedly getting about 384 lbs of meat.
Posted by spicytuna on 07/15/2007
The serviceware was not clean. The dining area is simply sloppy from the floors to the tables to the staff uniforms. The food is good, a bit greasy, and the service is usually average or subpar unless you get one of the old timers.
Posted by AJ Pants on 06/20/2007
You can't deny some of the great deli fare at Arties, but it is the atmosphere (particularly at lunchtime) that leaves a lot to be desired. The place is consistently full of very young kids; loud, spoiled kids at that, who can easily ruin ones dining experience with constant screaming an squealing. I guess it comes with the territory in this neighborhood, but a separate Nannyland would be a welcome addition to this restaurant.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/12/2007
Well, we saw this place from afar and it looked like the classic adorable new york deli. However, this was not the case! My girlfriend ordered a cheese omelet w/onions....she got five layers of eggs and a some camelized onons (I'm all bout the carmelized onions on a burger..but not a omelette) and we are still wondering where the cheese is? I on the other hand got the ("recommended on the menu") rated pastrami omelette which I had to add cheese to. And it stil was too much egg. The pastrami was fatty..and you didn;t even get toast with the 10 dollar disappointment. We spent the rest of the day saying "f'ing arties"! But hey they did have a great ranch dressing..and I AM a connoisseur. :-);Just didn't think it was possible to mess up eggs.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/07/2007
OK, if you have high cholesterol, stay away. If you're on Lipitor or don't have an LDL/HDL problem come and enjoy. I enjoyed my dish here. The pastrami is a bit fatty, but isn't it supposed to be to be the tastiest? The hamburger I had was delicious, mashed potatoes and gravy very good. I was dissapointed, however, in the fries here. A bit soggy, no salt, kind of tasteless. Not what I expected. All in all good although service is spotty depending on whether you get an old timer or not.
Posted by Super S on 04/05/2007
This restaurant is fantastic. I don't think any restaurant can beat their sandwiches. The food is always fresh, warm, and tasty. The service can be a little rusty, but overall, it's pretty good. It's really fun to go with your family and it's always a treat.