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Posted by Anonymous on 10/25/2006
This place is really cute. I must say that having brunch in the garden is lovely, fabulous, and my favorite place in the neighborhood on a nice day. Dinner here is pretty bad. The food is pretty lame and the service is so bad everytime. (The last time we ate here the new waitress who was hired without being able to open a bottle of wine dripped it over my boyfriend and didnt even notify the manager or offer to buy us anything, she was new it's obvious.) Ok and the decor is cute very cute pillows and cushions on every chair and couch. I don't think they've washed all of these cushions in the past few years and I got a little grossed out about that. Also, I went there for a drink at the bar and the bar is unreasonabally high I can barely enjoy myself as I reach literally up for my cocktail. I wouldn't go there to eat- the food's not even OK.
Posted by Melissa on 06/30/2006
I've been to Bleu many times as it's one of only a few restaurants in the neighborhood. They do a decent burger and I've had some nice entrees but never anything that really wowed me. Too often the portions are way too small for the price. 4 pieces of ravioli for $8! But they do a decent burger and the goat cheese salad is very good. The drink menu is inventive and with the funky decor it can be a nice place to meet up with friends in the neighborhood. I'll probably come here again but I won't come running!
Posted by Jim on 04/29/2006
The food used to be really good, but with the new owners, it's really gone downhill. The service has always been pretty poor, and now it's the pits. We stopped going there cause it's just too irritating. We now prefer 107 or Kismet, but there's not much choice in this neighborhood. Jim
Posted by Anonymous on 04/05/2006
Great Italian food. Small interior, but cozy