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Posted by J.Bae on 10/21/2010
Like 99% of the reviews here: yes it is expensive. BUT... they have a great steak and eggs breakfast. One of the very few places that serve steak and eggs and even w/ the slightly overpriced bill you get it is worth it.
Posted by Livi on 09/06/2010
simply a brutal rip off! for a cheesecake and a coke $ 15 ? Lindy, you own me few bucks. this should not be allowed !!!
Posted by Tony S. on 09/01/2010
Stopped in for a bite and it was the most disappointing meal I ever had! The pickle was the only good part! I wish I would have read some of these reviews before I went! Prices are outrageous for what you get.
Posted by Jason@jasonalbert.com on 08/29/2010
This was JUST terrible. 2 diet pepsi, a salad, corned beef sandwich (includes "side of coleslaw") Ruben sandwich and mashed potato. Your total? $70.05! First, 2oz of coleslaw does not a side make. $5+ for INSTANT mashed potato is a crime! The service was terrible and they had the audacity to recommend an 18%-20% tip. Outrageous! I kid you not, a woman left in an ambulance while we were there. I'm confident it was AFTER she saw the bill! Junior's was less money, more personable and the food was WAY better.
Posted by Stateman1952 on 03/12/2010
Food is good, prices are not. Nice atmosphere but I saw people shaking the heads when reading the menu prices. If you like dessert,splurge on the cheesecake which is excellent but visit the ATM first.
Posted by the Dude on 03/04/2010
I stumbled into this diner, thinking i'd save myself a long walk down to one of my favorites downtown. Worst mistake i've made in a while. The food was incredible, incredibly expensive. Completely defeats the purpose of going to a diner. I got some eggs and coffee. My girlfriend got a sandwich and a tea. Total cost -- 55 dollars. It would have been cheaper to just take a taxi down to Donut in Park Slope, or to Daniella's in Williamsburg, or ANYWHERE else. To the gentleman who mentioned below - "but you're in new york" ... I know I am in New York, I've lived here for 10 years! I just happen to stay downtown where things are reasonable. Shame on me for not walking out when I looked at the prices.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/28/2009
I should have known when it was the only restaurant around without a wait. I should have walked out when I saw the prices. Hardly a comparision to any sandwich I have ever had. $60 for 2 people to have a sandwich?