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Posted by Boo on 10/31/2005
I LOVE this place, the coffee and the Zen feel. Everyone seems happy in this place, it must have an effect,
Posted by happyeater on 10/19/2005
I love Five Points. I have been going for years. The food truly is ingredient driven, fresh and delicious. Try the hanger steak and the wood oven baked pasta. The wine list has many gems. Don't leave without having the sticky toffee pudding.
Posted by SaltShaker on 09/01/2005
For a "nice" restaurant, perhaps "the best fried chicken in the city" wouldn't be the only thing they want to hear, but 23 years of dining out in New York and I'll say it. Beyond that, amazingly good onion rings, and pretty much everything else. Love the infused martinis, brunch is great, service is intelligent and attentive, and I really like the look of the room. It may not be the best meals, i.e,, the fanciest and most creative food, I've had in the city, but it is my favorite place to eat.
Posted by sleepylawyer on 08/28/2005
The brunch at Five Points is simply superb and it is the only place I ever want to go. I've tried many of the other top-rated brunch spots and always end up wishing I'd just come here. Of my favorites, there are the huevos rancheros, which are are so tasty with a slightly tangy sauce and the dulce de leche french toast, which is just divine - I challenge you to find better french toast anywhere! The lemon pancakes are light as air, the mac and cheese is perfection, and the fruit plate is spectacular - pieces of pinapple, a whole banana, and if it's in season, half a pomeganate, along with many other fresh, seasonal fruits. The bloody marys are occasionally too spicy for me, but the wait staff have always been happy to bring me extra tomato juice to tone it down - no pride of ownership there. I wish they did brunch on Saturdays too!
Posted by Anonymous on 04/16/2005
The coffee is great. This is the place for a hearty brunch. Not cheap.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/26/2005
This is a cute little place with a great happy hour. Perfect spot for a date. The pork chops are incredible - absolutely tender, and the onion rings are an absolute must - thick-cut and encrusted in a golden, crispy batter. The oysters are also not bad.
Posted by matt "teflon" anthony on 03/15/2005
5 Points is a fantastic place to eat, the staff is very nice and the place itself is very cozy and warm. I love it and highly recommend it to anyone. Over and out!