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Posted by Anonymous on 07/28/2008
I had dinner here alone on the outdoor front patio. It is in a charming location and the service was friendly and courteous. I had the grilled halibut. Very tasty and fresh. The portion size was just right. I will definitely go again. Also, Extra Virgin is a great brunch location!
Posted by Anonymous on 04/29/2008
I've been there before and enjoyed my time there. The last time I went was with my boyfriend, and we both felt that the service was terrible. Our food took for ever to come out and our server was also awful. She ignored us, never checked on to see if we needed anything or to explain to us why it was taking so long. Mind you that the restaurant wasn’t as busy as it usually is. We ordered dessert and it took more than 20 mins, which at that point we cancelled the order and went to the Maitre d’ to get our check, it wasn’t until then did our waitress come to us to explain to us "that the cake takes a long time to make" on top of that the Maitre d’ was equally as rude. Never again will I go back to Extra Virgin.
Posted by Restaurant Lover on 04/27/2008
I went here recently for dinner with my girlfriends. It was recommended to me by a coworker. What a find. The food was amazing. I also loved the scene there and of course it's in a great neighborhood. Some of our favorite dishes were roasted artichoke, sauteed spinach, fries w/gorgonzola cheese, hanger steak, butternut squash ravioli, mushroom crusted chicken, and the chocolate peanut butter dessert. I can't wait to go back.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/12/2008
My friend and I had brunch at EV today, 4/12, & the food & atmosphere were really nice. My Eggs Benedict could have been slightly larger, but the fries & hollondaise sauce were amazing! Mixed greens in a really tasty vinaigrette also came on the sidethe english muffin my eggs sat on was so soft & buttery. Only the eggs could have been a little larger. My friend had the Baked Eggs with Pancetta, Spinach & roasted tomato hollondaise-it was also good-she raved about it. The atmoshere, while quite cramped, was very convivial & fun-a nice crowd of attractive young people. The service was decentour server was extremely sweet & friendly, but it took a little while to get the check-no problem though. The french toast looked so goodI'll have to try that next time. Overall, a cool, little bistro in the West Villageworth a try. Enjoy & have fun. Cheers~
Posted by Katherine on 04/06/2008
I went here having read good reviews. The space is very nice and there was an enthusiastic crowd, but the greek salad I ordered definitely came from the C-Town canned goods section, It was what you would expect from your corner pizzeria. My friend's eggs benedict were swimming in an unapologetic butter broth. Don't recommend it.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/30/2008
great food. I was there on a business dinner and the food is excellent. The salmon tartar was delicious - larger portion than I expected. Flavorful and beautifully presented. The entree was delicious - I had the halibut - though it needed to be salted. Atmosphere was intimate-cozy-romantic. I would definitely recommend this place.
Posted by NYC Newbie on 01/02/2008
We finally made it to this beautiful restaurant after recommendations from friends and I have to say (as other have) outside of the crampiness of the restaurant we had a wonderful time. We came in on a Thurs night and to wait- the waitress was so knowledge and pleasant. The food was amazing and I will be back in the next time, we're in town! Well done Extra Virgin