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  • American (Traditional)
  • 1678 3rd Ave, New York NY10128 40.784115 -73.950513
  • (At 94th St)
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  • (212) 831-1800
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User Ratings (Based on 89 reviews)

Food 3.5 Value 3.3
Service 3.0 Atmosphere 3.2

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 831-1800
Place Order:
Order From Barking Dog for delivery & takeout
Visa, MC
Daily: 8am-11pm
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Group Dining, Outdoor Dining, Delivery, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
Delivery Area:
84th to 104th St; Madison to 1st Ave

User Reviews

  • Barking Dog

    Posted by Anonymous on 01/08/2007

    Are you serious?

    I never complain about service but this place definitely deserves a negative shout-out. I ate from here twice thinking the first time was a fluke but had the same poor service both times. The first time, I ordered in the cobb salad and they told me they were out of avocado so I asked if I could have extra of another ingredient and they said no. Ok fine but the salad was mediocre at best (no taste and leaves were wilted). Then I went there for brunch with a couple of friends and the waitress kept forgetting we existed for half hours on end even though the place wasn't very packed. And to top it off she got all three of our orders wrong! What are the chances? Of course it took half an hour just to get her attention to tell her...

  • Barking Dog

    Posted by ciboevino on 11/24/2006

    Wonderful place just around the corner

    Barking Dog is just an a wonderful place around the corner. I have been trying it for breakfest, lunch, dinner and brunch and always sadisfied, great value and very friendly people. Love the salads and panini's.

  • Barking Dog

    Posted by Richie on 10/27/2006

    There's nothing wrong with the Meatloaf

    I've never had anything at the BD (on the UES) which hasn't tasted great. The Meatloaf is a dead cert for a winter warmer coming with mash and veggies and lashings of gravy!!! The burgers are lush and juicy, the buttermilk chicken is big enough for two people and the onion rings are the best in NYC. Brunch is a fair treat at the BD also, especially when washed down with one of their Milkshakes. Give it a go, you won’t be disappointed!

  • Barking Dog

    Posted by easygoing on 09/18/2006

    Much better the second time

    We went to the restaurant a few months back and I was not impressed. I had a hamburger and my fiancee had a pot roast and the whole experience (food and service) was just very mediocre. We decided to try again, and I am glad we did. We got delivery this time and she got the baked half chicken and I got the Italian Hero. Both were fantastic. In fact, the Italian Hero is now my new favorite sandwich! Delivery was about standard for a Friday night, about 45 minutes.

  • Barking Dog

    Posted by Surf SpaHa on 09/17/2006

    50's luncheonette with modern charm

    Food is great, place is very charming & service is just right. Try the cobb salad! Only neg is limited delivery area. Although they are on 94th, they don't go beyond 96th Street. Can't say I blame 'em, but when will someone break that barrier?!

  • Barking Dog

    Posted by Anonymous on 08/14/2006

    the food is very good!

    this is not your typical diner.. yes, the food is actually good, more gourmet that your typical sloppy, stale food diner either with entrees or dessert. don't listen to that guy that wrote the first review. he should go have a nasty chicken noodle soup and a stale cherry pie at lyric diner or most "typical" diners in nyc.

  • Barking Dog

    Posted by UES Diner on 07/28/2006

    Who puts orange peel in meatloaf?

    Don't get me wrong, I generally like the food at this place and have had more than a few good brunches there but tonight I had a shock with the meatloaf. Called "Mom's loving meatloaf" I was expecting a familiar, old school entree. You'd expect this comfort food classic to be pretty easy to make: ground beef, bread or cracker crumbs, some eggs to help bind things, some herbs and spices, maybe some bacon strips on top but that's about it. What I got was something entirely different. I wish chefs would sit back and ponder the question: Why do people peel oranges before eating them? If they did, they would realize the answer is "because the peel does not taste good". Unless you want to pretend you're at a Luau I'd recommend staying away from this menu item.

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