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Posted by Jeremy on 01/04/2014
Five Points is one of my "go to" restaurants. Although always having similar items (ie. Chicken, steak, pork chops), the menu changes to reflect the seasonality of the ingredients. The potato pizza is to die for! And the drinks are amazing. Just found out about their happy hour! Love!
Posted by Downtowner on 06/26/2012
Always a winner. The lunch is a must.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/21/2011
This is my go to place whenever I want something delish, or want to take out-of-town guests to a great dinner. I'm addicted to the kale salad and the scallops are light and yummy. They have great desserts too, but they are seasonal. Stop by now for the sticky toffee pudding or the salted caramel sundae. All around Five Points is just awesome!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/12/2011
Where do I begin...brunch lemon ricotta pancakes, so light and yummy, no sharing here. Eggs dishes are creative, fresh and yummy. Potato pizza wow-o-wow. Orange juice fresh. Everything is local and organic too. Lunch I have the fried chicken sandwich , hamburger, sea scallops and tuna really good.( not all in one sitting I promise) dinner have had pasta, chicken, tuna. I've had the BLT, crunchy and good. Dessert hmmm the new carrot cake off the menu great. The chocolate brioche now came in second, after the carrot. The staff is knowledgeable , kind and friendly. I'm a local and I love this place.
Posted by Brian Zucker on 07/17/2011
Reserved here based on previous experience and was sorely disappointed. Food quality maybe OK for a bistro but uninspiring. Meat was hanger steak and pricey. Hamburger smothered in store bought french fries. With such a limited menu finding a good main course was a challenge--couldn't make a meal out of the appetizers either. We were 4 midweek and couldn't hear our conversations with the place nowhere near full. Service was good but couldn't make up for the reason we went. Won't again.
Posted by Brunch lover on 05/28/2011
$18 for ONE piece of over-battered, under-seasoned, unrecognizable cut of fried chicken. On a huge mound of albeit decently seasoned fries. Almost thought there was another piece of chicken under those fries. Five Points is usually on point with their brunch, but this was such a huge disappointment.
Posted by Lisa Walborsky on 05/24/2011
Let me preface by saying I have never written a review for anything before! I ate at Five Points for dinner several years ago. By chance I was in the neighborhood to have my haircut next door at Takamichi Salon (also Excellent!). It was around 2pm and I hadn't had lunch. I waked into Five Points -- it was filled with gorgeous fresh cherry blossom branches--I asked the waiter if I could order takeout. He immediately said Yes and gave me a menu. In no time it was ready to go -- so lovely and easy. when I got home I couldn't believe how delicious the was. I remembered it being good -- but this was truly over the top delicious! ( grilled asparagus with Parmesan and lemon, a soft shell crab sandwich and spicy shoestring fries) also a cheese plate for dessert -- all for $28--that is a steal for such an amazing meal!