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Posted by Sue on 10/17/2012
The whole reason for me to go to Jeffrey's for dinner was for the amazing, addictive, hope-this-meal-never-ends lobster pasta. Then they changed the preparation. It's okay, but doesn't compare to the original preparation. Please change it back.
Posted by anonymous on 12/04/2011
You have to wait everywhere for brunch in NYC, but our group of 5 was an hour of wait time. The host was gracious and gave frequent updates. Good food- had the house made biscuit with egg, sausage and cheese. They house made everything, including the sausage, but I didn't care for the baked egg. Seemed like that part was pre-done and would have preferred scrambled. My friends enjoyed the french toast. A fun place and good brunch- would go back.
Posted by jp1234 on 11/18/2011
Best lobster spaghetti. It's big enough to split with someone. I love the music and all the apps and drinks are amazing! The only problem I've had here was the first time I made a reservation and put my name down I came back with my group at the exact time and they had already given up my table. They said ppl were about to get up so the extra wait wouldn't be that long. I ended up waiting for over an hour and still no call. I went back and canceled my name on the list. I'm surprised I went back after that, but glad I did. Love the menu.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/17/2011
I work right around the corner from Jeffrey's and decided to grab a quick bagel before heading up to the office. It took over 15 minutes for the guy to spread the cream cheese on as I impatiently watched. When it arrived, it was a cold, Lender's bagel with Philadelphia Philly cream cheese, and it was $4.63. I didn't eat it, was still hungry, and had to go get something else.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/13/2011
the special scallops were to die for.. with puree underneath.. scrumptious. And a bartender that knows how to tend.
Posted by Jamie on 04/22/2011
This is the type of place that makes you think it's easy to open a restaurant; in it's current location, the rent can't be cheap, and while the atmosphere if fun and friendly, it really doesn't offer anything much different than hundreds of other restaurants in the city. I had a falafel-crusted salmon with a chick-pea mash and some kind of tomato coulis, which was great........but again, not beyond the scope of many restaurants. It's not cheap, few reasonably priced wine options. The hostess and our waiter were very personable, but MAJOR FAUX PAS from the waiter when the hostess brought us the wrong glass of wine, something we realized after a sip or two..........he was kind enough to bring us what we asked for, but then charged us for both. Not a good way to maintain repeat business. Nice stop once, probably not worth a repeat visit at current prices. A 2.5/5
Posted by Disappointed Eater on 03/05/2011
Pre-made Fritatta? Really? Should have kept our reservations elsewhere. We sat at the bar area (overlooking the kitchen) and enjoyed our coffee. Stools were uncomfortable. Extremely disappointed with the meal though. Have eaten at a ton of great brunch places in NYC and this was my least favorite...by far. Expected a freshly made fritatta (for $15) with the Joseph Leonard name tagged to this restaurant. The chef reaches into an oven, grabs a pre-made plate and hands us a block of lukewarm fritatta. Embarrassing really.