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Gracie Mews Diner
Posted by dinereater on 09/19/2012
Great quality, superb Pastas, always Fresh fish. Greatest Giant Burgers, biggest variety I've ever seen especially on the UES. Outdoor seating, is comfortable, service is always great, management is outstanding, and of course Family runned. Lol oh & try their omelets or paninis too.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/30/2012
As Diners go, this is one of the best on the UES. It is a bit over priced which makes me not order in or go there as much as I would. However the food is always good. For dinner I almost always order the Grilled Chicken Breast with olive oil, lemon and oregano! It's very tasty, the portions are substantial and well worth the money. I love how big and open the space is. The service is fast and courteous. You'll not be disappointed.
Posted by Corn Dog on 01/05/2012
Food is great for a diner. Service is quick. It's expensive and getting more so. I never feel ripped off, but I don't go as much as I used to because of it.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/26/2011
Truly a neighborhood staple... My wife and I order from here at lest 3 times a week. Wether it's a wrap your in the mood for, home cooked dinner or just a soup this place never fails to deliver!
Posted by Anonymous on 12/07/2011
I love the diner, I love the service and anything you get is always perfect. Nuff said!
Posted by Anonymous on 11/01/2011
The food is always consistently good. The service is fast and courteous.
Posted by UESer Diner on 09/15/2011
Having eating there for well over a decade I say that this diner is ok if 1)you order very basic foods, such as Tuna Fish, Grilled Cheese, Eggs, burgers and soup and 2) don't mind paying a few dollars more than you think you should. I've read on this board people saying the food is fantastic. Compared to what? Yes, if you are from Ethiopia. No way, if you are from NYC. The food is average and no better than the other diner's that are nearby, namely, the Green Kitchen, Restaurant 79 or The Silver Star Diner. However, the booths and during the day, light from the big windows make the experience much better the other diners. Compared to good diners in Manhattan, L.I. and N.J, Gracie Mews' food is average, with higher than average prices. However, with 2nd Ave Deli nearby and a bunch of new places, such as Boca on Second ave, all in the same price range for a complete dinner/meal, I cut back on diner food for better prepared and higher quality food.