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Posted by Andy on 05/12/2015
had brunch with girl friend two weeks ago. First time there for either of us. Food was very fresh, staff helpful and coffee was hot. The homefries were large chunks of potatoes not those tiny bits. A little crowded like most NYC places and not the cheapest place in the Village but I would recommend it and go back again
Posted by amaryllis vn on 05/16/2013
I loved the Fried Chicken Cobb salad I had for lunch: the ingredients were fresh, the generous portion of fired chicken was meltingly delicious, and the buttermilk dressing was super. Just one note: I'd have liked more greens, but close to perfect.
Posted by Villager on 05/20/2012
Home is just a sold "go-to" spot. It's traditional American cuisine in that there's always going to be at least one good fish, chicken, steak, and pasta entree. The food is always fresh, I think it's all local too, which is nice. I went for about the 10th time last night and sat in the garden, which may be one of the most quiet and quaint outdoor spots to eat in Manhattan.
Posted by LennyPoffo on 12/14/2011
Great atmosphere for romantic dinner! Good wine and excellent meal dishes. Unfortunately Chocolate pudding was not available so we choose a pie of the day not very much tasty.
Posted by Yum on 08/17/2010
The entire meal was delish! The staff was extremely friendly and the food was so good! I highly recommend the blue cheese fondue and the hanger steak with fries.
Posted by yumfoodyum on 07/03/2010
Was going to go to Pearl Oyster Bar next door, after Mary's Fish Camp was too busy. So while not my first or second choice, I am very glad we wandered in. We sat in the back garden which was lovely, but cramped. We did get to know our neighbors who were out of towners from Texas and they had already been there for lunch that day and wanted to come back for dinner. I agree with their sentiments. I had the chicken with greens and a side of fries, The fries came with homemade ketchup which was so fantastic. I asked if the recipe was a secret because I couldn't figure out what the ingredients were. The sweet waitress said it wasn't a secret and its written in a book. She proceeded to bring me a lovingly worn copy of the cookbook by the owners, opened to the page of their ketchup recipe. I'm getting that cookbook. Their motto is actually, Fine Wine, Fine Ketchup. Go there!
Posted by not pleased on 11/08/2009
My friend and I went to Home before a movie at the IFC Center. The food was excellent, not amazing, but solid. There was a male waiter who walked by our table often, and because our waiter was nowhere to be found, we asked him for our check. Well, he sneered at us, refused to even acknowledge us, and walked away. A moment later he returned without our check. We asked him for it again and he sighed and angrily said, "I'm not your waiter." Someone should show the people at HOME the NYTimes article about good restaurant management. With all the fantastic restaurants in New York, why waste your time for treatment like this?