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Posted by Andrea on 08/28/2009
This is such a great idea. These guys have not only created some wonderful food they are 'so green' its impressive. Can't wait to get back to NY and try it again.
Posted by Inquiring Mindy on 08/25/2009
Can somebody explain to me why I am paying $5 for a hot dog with sauerkraut? Is the extra $3 for the privilege of dining in a self-appointed destination foodie joint? Grays Papaya has a great dog for a fraction of the price, and the kraut is on the house.
Posted by 203ma on 08/18/2009
Delicious dogs and great atmosphere. This place is here to stay and definitely worth many a visit. Service will work out kinks, other than that absolutely blissful. I wish I had one in my neighborhood.
Posted by jke on 08/17/2009
Agree with the previous poster that this restaurant has a bit of a chip on its shoulder which interferes somewhat with the overall experience. Food is good, although there's fortunately (for diners) some tough competition in the area. So, they need to try harder with the overall experience they provide to customers...especially in this economy.
Posted by Woof on 08/14/2009
The hot dogs taste okay, everything else needs serious attention. It's not like this is DiFara's where you see them making their hot dogs, you can buy Boar's Head Pork & Beefs at the local Key Food and get the same taste. They also use a ton of flour in their gravy (for the fries) and cheese sauce. And their sweet dill pickles are indeed way too sweet. You get charged a premium for this. Two dogs with toppings, fries and a drink can cost you between $17-$22. I will compliment them on their service. Very pleasant people.
Posted by Buck on 08/10/2009
Give a dog a bone. This joint hasn't even opened for business and is in it's trial and error stage. At least wait to critique, when it's time to critique.
Posted by anonymous on 08/06/2009
I work in the area and have always been looking for a place where I can get an egg sandwich made with a 'good' egg, quality cheese, and fresh bread. I'm willing to pay more for quality of ingredients. A few of my favorites in the hood (Organic Heights, and Healthy Nibbles) do not serve breakfast. Needless to say I was delighted when Bark opened with a breakfast menu. I was a little distraught when I didn't see prices on the menu. I ordered an egg & cheese sandwich anyway - no meat. My total was around $4.50. So, it's already more than double the price at a deli. I was shocked when a was served a single fried egg on an english muffin. The sandwich was paper thin and I ate it in 3 bites. It was so sad. Again, I appreciate the effort with quality ingredients, but they've got to try to make their customers happy and want to come back. I feel like a schmuck for parting with my $4.50 for such a meager sandwich. To top it all off, the woman taking my order seemed put off by my questions and came across as arrogant.