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Posted by Anonymous on 03/17/2007
We were lucky to get a table, we had great cocktails.(served the way they always should be served. The food was amazing, the idea of bite size plates is perfect and every dih was beautifull and the flavors were from out of this world. I and my friends can' t wait for them to open again.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/26/2007
I really enjoyed my time at Death & Co. Yes the plates were small, but it is a 'small plates' restaurant so that came as no suprise to me. Everything there is carefully crafted, each bite of food, and each cocktail.
Posted by joe hurldog on 02/11/2007
Can be a bit of a wait on a weekend night but the small plates of food are big on taste..the drinks are superb! Long list of interesting classic cocktails and great place to try a new cocktail. The bartenders really know what they're doing. Who knew id like a drink with burbon and elderflowers?! Cool to watch em work too. the door guy's pretty cool too.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/20/2007
I went there last friday for drinks and it was pretty good. My friend wanted to check it out so 4 of us went around 830 on friday to eat and drink. While the drinks were good and the service was the same, the food was a joke. We ordered 5 dishes, the m&c, filet, fish and chips, st jacque and ravioli. Each was about $15. When the food started arriving, each dish had 6 bites of food on it. This is no exaggeration. The mac and cheese had 6 spoons with food on it. There were 6 half empty bite size ravioli, 6 small bites of filet. So four people spent about 50 bucks on 2 drinks and 7 bites of food, which was a new culinary experience for all of us. As soon as we left we got pizza.