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Posted by Tommy V on 04/17/2011
I had the eggs with pulled pork for brunch here recently. The pork looked and tasted like it was saved off of a diner's plate from the night before and reheated for me. Just dry and tasteless, not to mention quite fatty. The eggs were blah. I can make them better at home and I don't consider my eggs to be very good. The potatoes au gratin was decent at least. I imagine most people do brunch here for the unlimited mimosas and bloody marys which, to their credit, is a good value. I guess the idea is to get you wasted enough that you don't notice how unappetizing the food is. Unfortunately I don't like to drink a lot in the afternoon so the trick didn't work for me.
Posted by Mathew on 03/31/2011
Me and my fiancé found this great little BBQ bar/restaurant whilst wandering around Greenwich Village. Liked the look of the place so thought "why not". We were not disappointed. The drinks were cheap and the food priced just right and tasted amazing. We only sampled the bar food I have to admit but we stayed late on into the night and as the place filled up the food that was being ordered looked great. The staff were also incredibly friendly and helpful and it really put a shine on the place. We stayed for hours and ended up having a thoroughly enjoyable evening there. I would highly recommend, even just for a bunch of drinks. We will definitely be coming back next time we are in New York City. great food, drinks, atmosphere, decor and staff.
Posted by Jay on 03/23/2011
Got some lunch to go today, everything was good. I had the Half chicken, and friend had Dry Rubbed Brisket. with Sauce is great. Will return for sure, nice lunch specials.
Posted by Dave on 03/14/2011
The best bbq for value. Had a lot of fun with my friends on Friday night. Great apps & drinks.
Posted by Roger on 02/22/2011
Can't get a better brunch deal in NY. Two weeks ago 6 friends had brunch & cost $225 at a different place. This week we had brunch at Bone Lick and cost $95 . Good omelettes and french toast. We all had a GREAT time and didn't have to mortgage the house to pay the bill. Would have liked more free drinks but our hour was up.
Posted by Dave on 01/06/2011
I went to Bone Lick for a friends party (25 people) and was greatly surprised. Great food, great service and great prices, $3.50 margaritas. There was a dj in the bar area but wasn't overbearing. Went back following Sunday for brunch and was still great. Im plannng my own birthday party there now for April.
Posted by addicted to chinese on 12/29/2010
dinner tonight was not good. it used to be great. i've had the ribs before - they were always delicious. tonight they were dry and burnt. maybe it was a different cook.