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Posted by anonymous on 03/25/2012
This place used to have a great menu where you could always find something that sounded good. Now they're down to burgers, chicken and a handful of sandwiches. What a disappointment. You can get that pretty much anywhere.
Posted by Zippy on 03/08/2012
How can you be down on a diner that plays great music, makes their own tater tots, serves crunchy corn flake crusted french toast and has bottomless cups of Stumptown? You can keep your over lit, flavorless, epically-huge-menued Greek diners that litter this fair city, I'll take Jimmy's.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/27/2011
The food is the best southern comfort food in Brooklyn. Anybody who says different is obviously not familiar with southern cooking. Excellent dine in service.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/08/2011
I get the whole 'twist on comfort food' thing, I really do. However when you open up a takeout box and there is so much grease David Schwimmer could style his hair, there's a problem. The guy on the phone sounds like he's sixteen years old so it doesn't surprise me that things aren't great. The food was hot, very greasy, and over-salted. The delivery person was pretty rude as well.
Posted by TudorGirl on 06/11/2011
I love Jimmie's! They have the most incredible fried deviled eggs and fried pickles! My favorite though is the chicken fried chicken but I prefer the brown gravy! Definitely a great place to eat.
Posted by southern girl on 10/05/2010
if your picky about your southern food and you don't want to pay what northerns like to charge then this is your place. Great food from the fried chicken to the vegi burger.. and did i mention fried pickles? try it.. you'll love it.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/26/2010
I ordered the fried chicken dinner from here tonight...It was really disgusting. The whole thing was covered in a weirdly sweet gravy that made the chicken soggy. What's more, there was barely any meat at all. Not coming back here, I'm afraid.