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Posted by LeeNYC on 10/07/2006
I love this chicken sandwich! Yes the bar staff can be moody, but on a good night this place cannot be beat. Besides- did I mention the chicken sandwich. My wife doesn't understand my obsession with this sandwich so what can I say! Oh! and they have the coolest digital jukebox, practically any artist you want is in this thing.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/15/2006
Love their brunch- great value- great veggie burger/fries
Posted by UES Delivery Chick on 03/24/2006
I am disappointed! The woman on the phone was downright rude and even sighed with exasperation when I told her I wanted to use my credit card. The food arrived an hour and a half later, practically cold and unappetizing. We spent around $40 for delivery and should have received some courtesy. This experience ruined our evening, earning the rating I have give it. We will never order from Doc Watson's again. We have already told our delivery-loving friends to stay away! What happened to the quality of service in this town? I remember when showing the customer respect was a must for a successful business.
Posted by secret knowledge on 10/26/2005
Probably our favorite place for bar food in the neighborhood. The burgers and fish and chips are excellent, and the beers reasonably priced. Apparently they have irish music a couple of times a week, as well.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/15/2005
the food is good but the bar staff think they own the upper east side of new york. Sooo strange.
Posted by TenHanger on 05/12/2005
Doc's isn't just a bar or Irish Pub, it's a place to cure what ales ya. Besides the nice crowd 7 days per week, there's a back area for eating which is wonderful place to catch up with the local upper east friends, acquiantences, and nieghbors. It's a place for all ages. The burger is tops in the city, giant and juicy, cooked the way you like it. You can go regular, turkey, or veggie, all good. And the chippy fries are also some of the best in the city-- use vinegar stead of salt. More tradional Irish meals also exist such as Shepard's Pie. Start off with burgers, and then try the other stuff. Even though burgers don't normally deliver well, these guys do that superlatively also. And the pickles are the traditional good vinegary kind, not the oily Jewish kind more popular in the city. Just make sure you order an Irish beer, and be sure to put U2's "Where the Streets Have No Name" on the jukebox for a special treat from the bartender.
Posted by Kevin on 01/13/2005
It's a nice place, the food is very good and they have really good service. Me and my wife and my parents went for brunch (great value) a few weeks ago and we had a great time. Try the omellettes or eggs benedict (yumm) and a mimosa or bloody mary. Our server was friendly young lady (not Irish, she was from Romania), polite and very knowlegeable. Me and my wife went back for dinner. Try the shepherd's pie, it is to die for!