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Posted by anonymous on 07/10/2009
The worst lunch ever served. A total disconnect between the menu description and what arrived. Chicken salad without chicken. Just a pile of shredded cabbage/lettuce. I have no idea why this place is popular.
Posted by seaberry on 02/07/2009
when I need a break from hours of online work I love to take a late lunch at Dizzy's. Inventive sandwiches, great salads, a classic eggcream all served up by the truly neighborly staff. Consistently a restoring experience.
Posted by bellakitty on 05/28/2008
The food seems to be greasy but, in general, tastes good. It's too overpriced and they just raised the prices more. I won't be eating there anymore.
Posted by Hammer on 04/26/2008
Food is good but service is slow in the restaurant and for delivery. Delivery is especially poor. Nice views out the windows. Somewhat creative dishes.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/02/2008
I've been going to Dizzy's for several years now, and I've never been disappointed. My usual favorites are the veggie wrap or the tuna melt, but every time they have a new appealing special I'll try it, because it's all awesome. Their fries are delicious too. It's a nice place to go with my parents, because it's pretty laid-back and slightly high-end but not so expensive that I can't treat. It's also a good place to stop in out of the rain. (That's happened several times.)
Posted by Anonymous on 02/13/2008
I live a block away so its hard to stay away from their coffee and awesome brunch. however the staff is very disappointing since sometimes their bum attitudes take away from my eggs sunny side up. But there is no doubt the food is always great. pricey too but I can't stay mad at them
Posted by Picky Eater on 12/27/2007
I never leave Manhattan for anything if I can help it, but this Diner is always worth the trip. I go every year for my birthday & anniversary because it is the "perfect diner". It is kitchy-cozy with local art on the walls and hipster staff with real senses of humor who never let my coffee go cold. The menu has all your basic diner foods (burgers, scrambled eggs) but they add a special flair to each item (sundried tomato ketchup, cherry butter for your muffins) so that everything I order is "the best veggie burger... the best eggs...the best multigrain toast... best coffee". I am a very picky eater but Dizzy's never dissapoints. There's a reason the brunch line is an hour long, it is ALWAYS worth it!