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Posted by foodie on 01/16/2011
This is my new favorite restaurant, especially for brunch. I've been looking for a good brunch place in the neighborhood for a while, and finally found it! the best part is you get a basket of muffins/scones to your table as soon as you arrive, fresh out of the oven. so far i've had 2 omelettes (veggie, provolone, asked for no ham and swiss, mushroom, and spinach) which are fantastic, as are the cinnamon raisin french toast and sourdough waffles. my friend loves the chicken marsala for dinner. the atmosphere is cozy, the booths are quite comfy, the service is impeccable. highly recommend!
Posted by Anonymous on 12/18/2010
Since the Wicked Wolf, Willie's and other far east seventies staples have closed, Dresners's which is under new management has really helped fill the gap. Some of the same personnel from the Wicked Wolf work there. I especially love the weekend brunch with creme fraiche, Irish bacon (rashers) and popovers which is hard to find on the upper east side.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/08/2010
Love Dresner's, eat here regularly and the food is excellent and of value especially compared to other restaurants in the area
Posted by anonymous on 10/17/2009
When my daughter was four years old, we went to this neighborhood restaurant. The food was so-so, but it was the miserable service which made me vow never to return. My daughter, now 19 years old, recently went there with her boyfriend. They complained about the inattentive service! Fuggedabout it!
Posted by Anonymous on 02/17/2009
Consistently good. Never had a bad meal. Everything on the menu is awesome! Great neighborhood restaurant. Hidden gem. Love the salmon,chicken marsala & turkey burger & fries.
Posted by Shopkeepr on 06/18/2008
Best brunch around! always consistent.
Posted by mgs245 on 03/08/2008
I can not even begin to describe how rude the waiter was the night that my Dad and I decided to go. We were seated , served water, ordered and then told that we had to move because the table was reserved. Besides the fact that we had been there for a good 15 minutes at that time, I was recovering from knee surgery and on crutches. We pointed out that there were several empty tables, but they simply told us that it was better reason for us to move. The waiter and waitress were both unapologetic and physically moved my crutches before I could stand up! We left. I understand wanting to treat your regulars well, but you need to treat new customers just as well. Not worth the aggrevation.