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Posted by anonymous on 01/09/2007
My husband and I don't live in NYC but frequently visit. We go to the bus stop for brunch every time we are there and never leave hungry. We also like the cosy atmosphere.
Posted by erik on 12/18/2006
I work near this diner and eat there a few times a week. The lunch specials always changing and are a real value, far from run of the mill offerings of delicious (sometimes remarkably so) food, well presented. Nice, cozy atmosphere with hit and miss help.
Posted by Patsy on 09/05/2006
If you live a block or two away, as my husband and I do, then Bus Stop is a convenient place to drop in for breakfast or brunch. But the food leaves a lot to be desired.. All in all, Bus Stop is your everyday, run-of -the-mill establishment. Don't go out of your way to eat there.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/24/2006
This place is a good value if you eat in the restaurant, but for delivery they charge for containers, etc. The item we got was listed on the menu as $10.5o but with the extra charges it actually ended up costing $13.95.
Posted by Attila Hooper on 10/05/2005
A typical greasy spoon with a decent menu. The only thing open early in the morn when you are setting up a production or nursing a hangover.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/06/2005
This is a fabulous breakfast place. Love it! And it is SO affordable. I've had pancakes, french toast, eggs... all so excellent. Cozy atmosphere. Wouldn't be good for a large crowd though.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/21/2005
I live in the neighborhood and am so glad that the Bus Stop is here. Whenever we are in the mood for a simple homecooked meal in a comfortable surrounding we come here. Food is simple and good, sometimes surprisingly excellent. Had a red snapper one night that was as good as any seafood restaurant. Chicken soup always makes you feel good. Wide variety of choices. The staff is always friendly and fast.