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Posted by Homie on 03/22/2010
I really love this place. Recently had a late brunch/early dinner - fantastic food, service, and atmosphere. Just can't ask for more. Especially love the steamed artichoke, bass, duck club, and do not leave without having a bread pudding!
Posted by Raquel on 03/06/2010
My husband and i went for brunch. The food was great and the service was the best i've ever had!! I loved the place!!
Posted by lookin for a good burger on 10/04/2009
my boyfriend and i went searching for a good burger this after, between brunch and dinner hours when most restaurants are closed. We came upon Blue Ribbon and were incredibly pleased with their burger deluxe! It was perfectly cooked and the bun was amazing! It's a pretty big burger, but I still felt $15 was a bit expensive - maybe that's just me. Anyway, we will be back for that burger!
Posted by Bet on 05/11/2009
What a dissapointment. I've read and heard wonderful reviews about Blue Ribbon. Who are these people, obviously not NYers! The only reason it didn't get all zeros...the bread was good and free. But otherwise don't waste your money or the calories.
Posted by angang on 05/01/2009
I realyl enjoyed eating here. My coworker and I wandered in and had one of the best lunches we've had in recent memory (and we're foodies). It isn't cheap, but we left full and happy. Will be back.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/30/2008
So, the food is good - but the desserts are better! I absolutely love the Bread Pudding likely the best I have ever had. It is truly amazing. The staff is pleasant and the food is pretty good. It is a great date spot as well. Definitely one of the best places in the West Village.
Posted by nycdinerfanatic on 11/09/2008
Let me preface this by saying I dine out frequently and eat everywhere from Per Se to Pastis to Pop Burger. You know how hard it is to give a New Yorker sticker shock. I found some of the items here absolutely outrageous. A French onion soup is $14.50! And since most appetizers are not "stand-alone" dishes, you need to order a companion, which brings your appetizer to around $25-$30. The fish I had was a notch above decent but the portion was tiny, and my husband's burger came with luke warm fries. All in all, the quality seems to have diminished while the cost has gone up significantly.