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Posted by fresser on 04/08/2009
Waiter: "Would you like some bread to start?" Me: "Sure" Waiter: "Would you like butter or olive oil?" Me: "Butter will be fine, thanks" Check arrives, I am charged $3 for bread and $2 FOR BUTTER. When questioned, the waited informed me that butter is a menu item. I can almost understand the charge for bread, since it's got that whole Sullivan Street bakery pedigree, but has anyone ever seen a charge for butter, especially when they are charging for bread?? Even worse, I'm absolutely certain that my waiter deliberately tried to deceive me into ordering something I would never imagine I would be charged for. So congratulations, Company. You tricked me out of $2. You win. I'll go spend my money elsewhere. When you close down in 3 months, don't cry about the economy. It's games like ths that turn people AWAY from your doors.
Posted by anonymous on 03/24/2009
i never try places as soon as they open but i thought that the sullivan bakery would get this place right from the start. i was disappointed with the food. small portions and quite bland. the winelist is top heavy pricewise too. i'm a neighbourhood rest. lover and was so looking forward to having a place like lil frankie's in the east village in chelsea (finally) this one isn't it unfortunately.
Posted by foodfan on 03/09/2009
It's not a NY slice, blanketed with cheese--which is also delicious. It's a charred individual pie with a thin but chewy crust, bright tomato sauce and just enough circles of cheese. Simply unparalleled. Pricey but well worth it for this kind of quality.