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Posted by Akil on 10/07/2004
Since I first came here on a business deal, the Mgr "Mike" always is sure that I am doing well and that the service I receive is A+. The food is always great (the garlic bread is one of kind) and you do not have to wait all night for your food. The waiter's do not even allow your water glass to become half full without refilling. This is by far my favorite Italian eatery in all of N.Y.C. Highly reccomended.
Posted by Jim from Texas on 09/03/2004
My favorite average priced restaurant in Manhattan. Good food. Very Good Food.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/14/2004
Always fresh, great atmosphere, good old fashioned Italian food, nothing fancy, but everything hearty.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/15/2003
Good food, good price, good service.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/04/2003
This place had been recommended to me by a friend. I don't know what he was thinking!! Our reservation, made the day before, was lost and we waited over an hour for a table. The service was shoddy- with things spilled on the table without even an I'm sorry from the waiter- dirty silverware- incorrect menu items brought to our table. It may have been an off night but I wouldn't go back.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/08/2003
John's is perfect for traditional Italian-American dishes of baked pasta, cheese, and tomato sauce. You'll find no innovations here, but old favorites such as eggplant parmagiana, rollatini, and good old plain pasta and sauce. What makes John's different, however, is the care and flavor that is put into each dish. The prices are moderate, but once you taste the food, it will be worth it. The portions are also very large. Water glasses were kept full, and though the place was crowded, it was possible to carry on a conversation without shouting. I'd definitely go again.