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Posted by George on 04/17/2013
Shame because the bar staff were very nice. Owner was very rude to a woman at the bar. Won't go back.
Posted by ANG on 09/18/2012
I'm hooked! A great find in the village with fresh, creative, consistently terrific food. Accommodating staff & attentive service. I've been sending numerous people, who all say they love it and keep going back. Highly recommend.
Posted by AD on 09/10/2012
Although not well-known, this restaurant is great for groups, for dates, if you're hungry or just want drinks. Don't miss the appetizers! Friendly staff who knows what they are doing. I loved my dinner here and plan on returning!
Posted by Rachael on 11/04/2011
Agree with previous reviewer - bar scene was hopping (although a little too frat boy scene for my liking), but food was just ok. Nothing bad, but nothing that really stood out, either.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/24/2011
with all the talk about locally grown seasonal ingredients you would think this place would be great but its just about as good as you average $20 entree place only they charge about $28 for the entree
Posted by Paul on 10/13/2011
This place is OK as a neighborhood bar, if you're looking for hanging with friends of the owner in a bunker that reeks like garbage on summer garbage days. But it is not the food that draws people here. The place may have gotten some press because the lettuce is grown on the roof or some such thing (also bad press that because of this the lettuce tastes like taxi exhaust...this is nyc rooftop afterall). but I don't know a single person who has said they would go back there for the food. It's not terrible, but it's definitely not good, especially by NYC standards. It's mediocre neighborhood food, trying to hide behind the novelty that it was grown in the polluted air of the rooftop. Save your appetite for other places in the 'hood and if you end up here, make it for a drink.
Posted by anonymous on 05/21/2011
I was walking down 10th Street Sunday noonish and heard some music ( sax, guitar and this amazing female vocalist) and decided to go down and check it out. Walking down into the bar you find yourself in a causal comfy environment with incredible live music. The Bartender quickly took my order after informing me about there special roasted pear Bellini that is made with fresh pairs that they spice and roast them selves and it was amazing. After enjoying a few tunes in the bar and staring down the menu I decided to move into the dining room where I was able to hold a conversation while still enjoying the music playing in the other room. I ordered the steak benedict that came out quickly and with a smile. It was nothing short of delicious, with such a delightful blend of herbs, served with mixed veggies. I came to find out that they have a hydroponic garden on the roof that feeds their kitchen the greens. What a great idea. I Had a great experience with Great food I would highly recommended the BB&C.