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Posted by Archie on 07/23/2009
Quietly making among the best ribs and burgers in town, but the rest of the menu could use a little life. Great space and great service.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/16/2009
3 of us were hoping for a casual low-risk Wednesday burger night and unfortunately we confronted with an ill-informed waiter as to his food and beverage menu, severly undercooked burgers, butt-end french fries, warm white wine, bruschetta that should not classify as bruschetta and a hot dogesque starter that I really could have done without. The place was virtually empty, no wonder the hostess didn't smile and the waiter pawned serving the burgers and drinks off to the bar backs. Great space & location, however a severe dissapointment for a place that should otherwise be quite routine to pull off in this city.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/15/2009
To sum, one of the worst experiences ever. Came here to try the burger on nymag's recommendation and was highly disappointed. Wine and beer list was horrible too. Not worth it.
Posted by Jay on 07/15/2009
This is probably the best burger I have had. Better than Shake Shake or Big Nicks. It was expensive but worth it.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/16/2009
-Couldn't give us a preferred brunch time but arrived to find the restaurant empty -No poached to scrambled egg substitution? -No a la carte selection from the $25 prix fixe.. no drink included -Slow to refill $3 coffee -The bread under my Eggs Benedict was cold, very cold -Double charged my bill soo..Irving Mill ruined my first Easter celebration
Posted by Tatiana on 03/04/2009
Being a burger fanatic, I always hunt the city for great inexpensive places to chow down a good quality burger. Last Monday night, I went to Irving Mill with a friend for their Burger night. The burger was amazing! I got a huge glass of beer and fries with my burger and it only cost me 15 bucks. Also, I was very happy with the timely service. I will be visiting again!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/02/2009
Ate here last night with my husband and his mother for the first time since the new chef took over and it was fantastic! We did their sunday supper menu which included salad, and an amazing guinea hen consomme with gnocci and pesto dumplings to start and thenhad beer can roast chicken, broccoli rabe and potato salad. It fed all three of us for $60. The dessert needed some work, but in all the meal was the best value any of us had eaten all year. I highly recommend going on a sunday.