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Posted by lovedit on 11/19/2011
Went here tonight with another couple. Hostess were happy to see us. Strange how the place was not full on a Friday night though...food was excellent (rich) as usual - black cod, lamb, risotto, dessert all great. But our waiter was ill - coughing throughout the ordering process which was weird and didn't seem to want to be there...our side of wild mushrooms never arrived (luckily were not on the bill). The kicker was that I noticed we were charged $20 for an $18 laphroaig 10 scotch on the rocks (a little overpriced as it is but whatever)...asked the waiter and he explained that the $2 extra was for ice! And left it on the bill. $2 for ice in nyc on a cold night? Probably will think twice about going back.
Posted by Babs UWS on 04/22/2011
Took some friends to dinner last night - One of my favorite restuarants - Pricey but the food (especially the Black Cod) is excellent - The service, however, was diner quality - no clearing of dishes from previous course before sserving next course, (just literally dropped food on the table and walked away), difficult to find a waiter, etc. -- Surprising and very disappointing for a restaurant of this caliber -- I will probably not return -
Posted by Brenda on 03/03/2011
My husband and I went here for our 8years anniversary. The food was amazing and the service was great! It's a must try Resturant! You'll love it! The lamb and butternut squash soup is really great!
Posted by Loved it on 05/11/2010
Went for our 4th anniversary. Got there 30 min early for our reservation on a Tuesday night...we were seated immediately at a nice table where we could sit side by side and cuddle etc and had a great dinner...nice variety of flavors and very good, attentive service. The crab appetizer was average but the risotto was superb as was the lamb entree. Not rushed or bothered, just a nice meal. 3rd time here overall and remains a solid choice in the neighborhood.
Posted by disappointed on 11/07/2009
Let me begin by saying the service, ambiance & location are top notch. Beyond that, I wouldn't recommend this place. We went with friends for breakfast/brunch & left penniless & hungry. Everything is a la carte unless you order the continental breakfasts that range from $29-$49 depending on your order (ex: $29 gets you toast, juice & cofee/tea). We had eggs benedict a la carte & it was one egg served atop a Thomas brand english muffin along side potatoes that were warm, hard & very undercooked ($28). Coffee was fair but for $16 for 2 of us & $16 for 2 decent teas, you can do much better elsewhere. For the 4 of us, we could have ate like kings at Serabeth's down the street. Pass this one up for breakfast. Maybe dinner's their specialty, so save for that option instead if you want great service & location. Too bad for BLT Market, we were really looking forward to making them a regular breakfast stop with out of town visitors.
Posted by stephanie 09 on 10/23/2009
I enjoy breakfast at BLT regularly. I live around the corner, and it makes me feel as if I'm away from home. The atmosphere is more of a rustic country inn, and the food is wonderful. It's one of the best breakfasts in the city. Expensive, perhaps not justly so, but still, top notch. It reminds me of the feel of Shutters in Santa Monica.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/20/2009
Four of us had dinner at BLT Market. We have been long time fans of BLT Steak so were anticipating the meal. The service was irregular, inattentive, and even rude. The waiter never asked us if wanted a second glass of wine. He never returned to inquire about our dinners. We mentioned the poor service to the hostess and manager who became extremely defensive about our critique. With an attitude like this, we would never return.