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Posted by amy on 01/04/2012
Went here after standing at times square all day on NYE. my deluxe eggs and sausage,bacon,eggs was to be $8.95 and I was charged $9.95, lumberjack breakfast was to be $10.95 and got charged $11.95. it would have been nice if the menu stated you got charged for sodas refills. phone must have run 1000 times while there and nobody ever answsered it. those waiting in line should be asked to close the door - as it was cold at 2 am and i was freezing sitting inside eating.
Posted by Cher on 10/03/2011
My husband loved this place; I didn't, now he is changing his view. They charge for refills on soda (not a problem, a lot of places do), but they also charge for iced tea refills! That is something I have NEVER seen before! On weekends, they only have the "brunch menu" and with a set price, including a drink (alcohol). We went before liquor could be served and were still charged the full brunch price. People are not that friendly either.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/21/2011
Best diner in the west 90s, love the feel of the place
Posted by graciella on 07/03/2011
I order from this diner all the time. The last 5 orders were wrong. Well-done fries, please? soggy and pale; no onions in salad? more onions than anything else. and their cookies are stale as can be. if it were inexpensive food, i might forgive, but it's just money for nothing lately. the quality of the food is getting worse by the week, and they just can't get an order right. take out is handled terribly, while in-house eating is still okay and more careful. but i feel as though i've wasted hundreds of dollars in poor-quality food and incorrect orders over the past few months. i think i'm done.
Posted by BrianS on 07/03/2011
Wow...this place used to be great. Now? Microwaved waffles and pre-cooked bacon for an exorbitant price tag.
Posted by Laura on 06/20/2011
Im from England and when I visited New York in February '11 I came across this diner and for the whole 4 days I stayed in New York I had breakfast here everymorning, the pancakes were lovely and the services was fast. The whole of my college group who was on the trip (around 30 of us) ended up eating there towards the end cause it was the best place around the area we were staying. Highly recommended and also very friendly people.
Posted by Sarah on 04/30/2011
One random night, I got the munchies at 2 in the morning and realized their was 0 food in my house. So what did I do? I went online and looked up all night delivery restaurants, and I found this! The food was good, I got cheese ravioli (a little plain but I really liked it,) mozzarela sticks, (YUM) and soup of the day (really unexpectedly good- I'd never tried asparagus soup but now I know I love it) which came with my entree! I thought that was pretty cool. The guy over the phone was really nice, and the delivery guy was amazingly dedicated. I buzzed the guy into my apt. building and he seemed to be taking a very long time on the elevator, so I called the restaurant again to see what was up ( my building has two sides to it with different apt. letters on each side so I was worried he got lost) but it turned out that my elevator was broken and he had walked up all nine flights to deliver my food without so much as a call or complaint! I was shocked and touched by his awesome service! And, again, all at 2 in the morning! All and all, I will definitely be calling on them again, (even earlier in the night when other places are still open) and may even venture forth out of my apt. to actually pay them a visit! But most of all, they will always remain my designated after-hours food source right here on the upper west side.