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Posted by laura on 01/25/2005
You couldn't ask for a better restaurant! Their services were outstanding, not to mention the great food. And it was all bought together with it's comfortable atmosphere. Keep up the great work.
Posted by Spider Man on 11/13/2004
Really gone down hill over the past few years....corn is consistently cooked until it's soggy. I think the BBQ is less than mediocre, fries are soggy. Drinks are good.
Posted by PhillyinNYC on 10/31/2004
If you don't know sign language don't eat here during the week after work. You won't be able to hear anything above the 200 decibel noise level. The baby back ribs are good, but the burger was dry, yet the bun was soaked with medium rare beef juice. The wings -- stay away from them. The fries are soggy and have a burnt taste. Also watch when they deliver your food, the heat melts the butter packets and they leak all over the bag. The half chicken wasn't that good. The rice is boring. The veggie tempura is very good. I only order the baby back ribs, nothing else.
Posted by Chelsea resident on 09/16/2004
placed orders for honey and bbq chicken..when I opened the bag, the sauce for each was EVERYWHERE but on the chicken...coating the outside of the separately wrapped baked potato, all over the paper condiments bag (which had fallen apart because it was saturated, coating the inside of the bag. I called to complain, and was offered a replacement order, which i was told couldn't be delivered for 60 to 70 minutes. Not! Worth! It!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/19/2004
Anybody who has had authentic texas bbq, the kind where the meat is cooked over low heat on a wood fired bbq pit for close to a day, knows that the name "Dallas BBQ" is completely misleading. Sure the food is edible, but anything tastes decent smothered in bbq sauce. Really good bbq shouldn't need much sauce. The best thing about the place is their giant margaritas that will get you drunk quick to distract you from their food. If you want real bbq in NYC, wait for Dinosaur to open up in Sept. I have been to the original one in Syracuse a couple times, and it is on par with any good bbq place you will find in the south.
Posted by afro american watch dog on 07/15/2004
food was great the chairs and tables were too close. I could hear the other patrons conversation. I really could not talk to my party without being overheard. The waiter was very busy, and she was very pleasant. I enjoyed myself.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/27/2004
great food at a great price with friendly staff and relaxed atmosphere; great drink specials!