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Posted by Abner on 01/22/2013
I cannot walk past Corner Bistro without going in for a burger, no matter how hard I try to avoid meat. The service is fine and the atmosphere is a matter of taste. I enjoy the down to earth setting,and, if they still have it because I haven't checked, probably the best jazz juke box in the city
Posted by Anonymous on 12/01/2010
The burger is decent but way overrated.
Posted by NYer on 10/01/2010
After waiting forever, they gave me a seat near a big garbage pail with flies buzzing around it. When I asked the waiter if we could get a different table, he barked back that if I didn't like it I could leave. He knew how long we waited. When I tried to complain to the manager at the bar, he couldn't have cared less. The place is terribly unclean but because they know people wait in line for their cheap, over-rated burgers they lack the most basic of restaurant basics such as cleanliness and simple courtesy.
Posted by PhoBeau on 02/22/2010
The burger is pretty good and everyone wants to try it. If you can stand the wait you deserve to enjoy it. Don't waste your time with anything else, the Bistro Burger is what you want.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/04/2009
these classic burgers are super dank. just went there for lunch and so far it was the highlight of my day.
Posted by Matt on 10/21/2009
The place has a great feeling; it's warm and dark--perfect for the winter. The food is inexpensive ($10 for bacon burger with fries) and $2.50 beers. Taste-wise, the burgers are really good and the fries are crispy (although they weren't the freshest). It is crowded though but I didn't find it to be noisy. Go when it's crappy weather outside. Not sure why anyone would complain about this place!
Posted by Dan Wright on 08/23/2009
The burgers and buns are mediocre and they only have American cheese, which is unacceptable. If your menu contains only burgers, they better be amazing, these most certainly were not.