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Posted by missing the NYC on 05/22/2009
gladly got haggled into stopping by for happy hour by a guy outside spinning a menu in his hands!!! great atmosphere, and the food (although expensive) could feed a small family... decided to stop by again the very next night and they recognized us straight away. bartender even remembered our drink order!
Posted by Akerida on 04/27/2009
We ordered a diet coke and then realized the details of the menu. The prices are absolutely absurd and have caveats to add even more to the cost. Cocktails cost 50 cents extra WITH ice and $1 extra WITHOUT ice... Whaaaa? We got out of there before they could find a way to crank up the colst of our single soda and on the way out, an employee scolded us and asked us why we were leaving... DON'T GO unless you're doing so for a glass of water and a good laugh.
Posted by John on 03/06/2009
I'm going to echo many of the comments about this place, but I have to vent. Unforgettable only as a brazenly overpriced tourist trap with mediocre (at best) food. My wife and I had the misfortune to stop in for breakfast one weekend morning and were seated at a wobbly table (not the only one) and served watery coffee. The portions were enormous. I received a mound of bacon with my three eggs. Half the bacon was cooked to the consistency of beef jerky. The other half was barely cooked at all. My wife's order was wrong. I'm still in shock that I actually paid for this experience.
Posted by Limey Tank on 02/25/2009
Only memorable because it was so bad. Waitress hassled us for a tip she didn't deserve and I was the worst home fries I've ever had, greasy. In fact that's how I'd describe the place, Greasy.
Posted by Amy on 02/12/2009
I ordered the matzo brie, which came by itself, on a plate. It was okay, and then they insisted I pay $14.00 for it, even though they never served the required side dishes. The manager said he would give them to me on the spot, but I had theater tickets, and he wouldn't lower the price. The music was loud, the staff was inconsiderate and the whole experience felt like a scam.
Posted by anonymous on 02/08/2009
We walked in on a saturday night looking for a quick bite to eat at a typical nyc deli. we were ushered in off the sidewalk by the manager escorting us to a "romantic" booth on the side. After opening up the menu and glancing at the prices, my jaw dropped. $25 for a sandwich?? $15 for potato skins? You must be joking. I've lived in NY for 3 years and never seen anything that absurd before. My date and i quickly got up, thanked them for the water, and left immediately. Do not ever eat here - you will walk out a pauper...
Posted by Why&How did we stop here? on 11/29/2008
I was initially impressed being a Wisconsinite who does not eat out often. We waited "too long" for our food: so long we did not go to the "Metropolitan Museum". My $24 Crabcake Sandwich came on a plate that was cracked. Why I did not send it back I don't know. Knowing three of us could not eat a "Benash" portion, we planned on ordering two entrees and I, being the least hungry would share. (Our one year old did not have to order, thank goodness.) We ended up ordering a bowl of Soup Du Jour because the waitress had to serve all three of us. The Fruit Cheese Cake was expected to be the best at $10.65 per slice (tax included), but it wasn't. Would I eat there again? No. Would I recommend it to "anyone"? No I tab was over $67 for three and a one year old. I hope they can now buy and serve their food on plates that are not cracked. I would also think the service could have been better.