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Posted by jen480 on 09/30/2013
I don't understand why this place is always so packed w/ people. I've eaten here a number of times and always leave disappointed. What drove me to write this review was the breakfast. I've never had such overcooked sunny-side-up eggs in my life. The Canadian bacon was overcooked. The potatoes were hard and also overcooked. The handful of times I've had dinner here were equally uneventful in terms of food. I will say the service is good, the food sure isn't.
Posted by dressrehearsal on 06/25/2013
I wonder if Dizzy's has been looking at these reviews because when we went in for breakfast yesterday, the waitress was so on point that her service made an already delicious breakfast that much better. It's the only time I've eaten there so I can't compare her with other servers, but she was charming, fast, attentive. The food - a chorizo omelette special, pancakes and the best fruit salad I've ever had anywhere (a dozen fresh fruits including raspberries, blackberries, melons ... with fresh mint ..... mmm) was melt in your mouth good. I expected Dizzys to just be okay, but it was marvelous. Can't wait to go back.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/23/2012
We've been eating at Dizzy's for around 5 months now. It's quickly become our standard spot in the neighborhood. The portions are occasionally intimidating, it's definitely a place where some dishes are clearly the specialties, but it's always dependably tasty no matter what you order. The service can vary. Sometimes it's packed (see: brunch) and the staff can't do enough for you; sometimes it's very quiet (see: Tuesday dinner) and the staff seem so bored by the lack of buzz they haven't noticed you've been waiting for a glass of water since the 90s. The best thing about the place though, by far, is the kitchen will, in reason, do anything for you. Food allergies, picky eaters, poultritarians, you'll thrive here. Substitutions do not phase this place at all. And you come to really appreciate it. The majority of the time you aren't even charged extra for your trouble. The weekend mini-muffins are incredible. They have REAL maple syrup. But note the same breakfast dishes are priced higher during weekends than weekdays, I guess because brunch really does keep them running. All in all, it's a safe bet. And worth it.
Posted by anonymous on 08/24/2012
Haven't dined there but have had food delivered several times. Delivery was prompt and the people are lovely. Food is delicious and plentiful. Haven't been disappointed yet. Still waiting to dine in, they are very busy for good reason.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/24/2012
My husband and I came here on a quiet Tuesday night. Only a third of the tables were filled so we expected the service would be pretty quick. Not so! We waited close to 10 minutes before a waiter came around, and then another 20-25 before our food came. Maybe on a busy night, but this place was more than half-empty! The waiters spent most of the time chatting with his friends sitting at the bar. When our food finally came, The turkey burger was overcooked and dry, and burnt on one side. The fried chicken was mediocre with bland mashed potatoes. So not worth the long wait! Maybe brunch service is better, but we are definitely not coming back to this joint!