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Fifth Avenue Diner Restaurant
Posted by eater on 10/06/2012
I work late in the area and always get dinner here. great food great service can't go wrong for your diner food.
Posted by dinee on 08/28/2012
I order from fifth ave all the time, i am pregnant and have been craving bacon. I called and john picked up i told him what i wanted and why(he listened) and then sent it right over baked potato with cheese broccoli and bacon. it was here if ten minutes pippin hot. I love this diner
Posted by Maya on 06/02/2012
I walked into the Fifth Avenue Diner for some Bacon and eggs. They have the friendliest staff I have ever come across. The food was above par. I had your classic bacon and eggs. I have made this my new diner.
Posted by x on 01/15/2012
awesome diner, food was great, the waiter was sexy lol the service is great everything alright cant complain
Posted by Gowan on 11/18/2011
This is an excellent neighborhood diner; exactly the kind of place that is disappearing due to the onslaught of fast food chains and high rents. We need to support these places, and this one has the friendliest, most attentive service around. Those who want fancier restaurants have plenty of choices in the Slope; this is a diner, and it's just what a real diner should be. (That, to the person who wrote the last comment, is why they're still around).
Posted by Moi on 10/22/2011
Overpriced Wal-Mart-level food (more than $19 for feedlot London broil that's stringy and tough--seriously?) Waitresses are friendly, but that doesn't really make up for the poor quality of the food. With so many restaurant choices in this area (including another 24-hour diner just one block away), I'm sort of amazed they're in business.
Posted by Stu B on 06/04/2011
My girlfriend and I are regulars - we have breakfast here almost every weekend. We order some combo of the California, Garden, and Spanish omelettes, which are always well-made and offered with the healthier option of grits instead of potatoes, something we haven't found at other diners. It makes for a very hearty, satisfying meal at a reasonable price. We love the photos of old Park Slope on the walls, which prompted us to buy a book full of the same. Service is always prompt, friendly, and courteous with plenty of coffee refills. There's a second room for overflow, so even at peak brunch hour, there's no wait for seating. Eat here once, and you'll want to return!