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Posted by Love The Good Stuff!!! on 04/16/2013
This diner is one of the gems of NYC. Friendly staff, great food and generous portions. Can't ask for more!
Posted by Frances on 09/22/2012
I ate here twice on my last trip to NYC and I love it. The turkey burger is the best. Make sure you get it with the "special ranch" I think it's called Russian Dressing or something. Great food!!!
Posted by SubwayGoddess on 06/08/2012
I go for lunch and loved their Spinach salad. I noticed after awhile they switched from cut up bacon strips to bacon bits! One time they didn't put the hard boiled egg in it, and I returned it. Too bad.
Posted by MM on 03/27/2011
Best place to go after a night of partying. My favorite diner.
Posted by CitiBear on 03/24/2011
While the decor, food and service here are great, you'll get very little in the way of a recession bargain when it comes to the most important meal of the day. A breakfast of 2 eggs with, bacon, toast and homefries will run you a whopping $7.00 plus tax and tip while the same can be had just a few stores west for a mere $3.50. Double the price for table service and snazzy interior design? I'd skip this one for sure.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/18/2011
good food. i like how the place looks. its fun to just be at. over all i think id give it 7 out of ten
Posted by Matt on 10/10/2010
Lovely setting, fast efficient service, so e were very optimistic when we walked in. The atmosphere was so much more charming than most old school NYC diner. Despite the sleek, retro, upscale look, the food unfortunately was the same as the typical NYC diner -- not the slightest bit different. Biggest problem is overcooked eggs. For the sake of efficiency, most diners seem to cook eggs (scrambled, fried or omlette) on the same, super hot griddle that they cook other food. The result, dry crispy, flavorless eggs. Our omelettes were way over cooked and falling apart. Sausages: same old fat sausages you'd get in any cheap diner - - not real breakfast sausage. Potato options: same old thing - - home fries and french fries - - no hash browns. Coffee: no better than from a street stand. I really like the idea of the place, but until they make a little effort to bring their food up a notch, no need to go out of the way for this one - - except for the bright, cheery atmosphere.