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Posted by Anonymous on 05/30/2007
Where is everybody? The regular staff has seem to VANISH. This is very disappointing.
Posted by tmandsb on 05/11/2007
This is the place we knwo we can take people from out of town for great food, friendly service, and a comfortable feel. The delivery is also always on time and delicious. It's true there are more "real" diners in the neighborhood, and I like them too, but Dizzy's is a cut above. True, it costs more, but it makes up for it with fresh, tasty food served by nice, sensible people.
Posted by Park slope foodie on 04/26/2007
I went to Dizzy's with a friend to have an early lunch. My friend ordered an egg sandwhich and I ordered the House Salad. My server told me that lunch started at noon, but he will ask the kitchen if they could make it for me. I wathched him speak to the kitchen and a quick and assertive "NO' was told to him by the cook. He ask if he could make an exception and received the same answer. As my server walked over to me to apologize, I was getting up to leave. No salad at 11:30am. I'm not asking at 7:30am. My server was really sorry and you could see his disappointment. I know now that lunch can ONLY BE SERVED AFTER 12PM.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/12/2007
I know why Dizzy's is a neighborhood institution- because they care about their food and the service. We have been going there for almost 9 years and we just recently had another great meal and great service. I said to my husband after the meal , "they did it again" Hats off to you guys and thanks for being part of our neighborhood
Posted by Anonymous on 04/11/2007
My family and I have been regulars at Dizzy's for many years. The staff is always great. They all know my name and the names of my kids. The night manager, she even remembered my daughters birthday. That is what a neighboorhood restaurant is all about. The food though has been off as of lately. I eat the mac and cheese all the time and now it is just too much. There are way too many bread crumbs and too, too much cheese. I was told that the owner "tweaked" the recipe recently by my server. All in all I love Dizzy's and it's staff. But, please just leave my mac and cheese alone.
Posted by cw35t13 on 04/07/2007
I've stopped eating at Dizzy's because of the consistently poor service. There waiters seem to be very inefficient at dealing with a small crowded restaurant. The servers there tend to be forgetful of your orders and ignorant of their own job desription. It's unfortuanate that I really enjoy Dizzy's food but can't stand their staff. And I know that I'm not alone in feeling this way.
Posted by Prkslp1 on 04/01/2007
If you're looking for overpriced diner food in the setting of pretentious Park Slope wannabe hipsters, complete with screaming kids and strollers, this is the place for you. The food and service are average, nothing great, and certainly not worth the prices they charge. You'd be much happier at any of the handful of "real" diners that populate the area. I won't be going back. A total disappointment!