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Posted by Anomymous on 09/23/2011
I love the food at Milk Bar! The eggs on bread with cheese and avocado are always perfect. The veggies are always fresh and amazing. I LOVE the menu and often find myself pining for something on it when I'm too far away to make it over. As for the coffee - it's carefully considered coffee, made by excellently trained Baristas, on great machinery. These guys are coffee snobs, and it shows. If your looking for something from Starbucks, its not the place for you. If you want great coffee, you can't go wrong. There is a reason the Times voted them among the best cups of coffee in NY. These other reviews don't jive with my experience at Milk Bar AT ALL. I hope people who have never been there give it a chance.
Posted by nomnom on 07/20/2011
Having just moved to the neighborhood from north brooklyn, i've been on the lookout for a go-to spot for morning coffees and brunch on the weekend. let me tell you, this isn't the place! in theory and on looks alone, i would have thought this was it... the slightly raw interior is lovely, especially with the way the light fills the space. and the way they try and source from local farmers should be the way most restaurants are run. however, the food is disappointing, and overpriced at that!! i had the most unappetizing frittata ever made. the eggs were all rubbery and bland, and there was barely any tomatoes or onions mixed in. and the side salad was wilted, overdressed, and yet flat-tasting. will never go there again, but probably keep walking by wishing that they would rethink their food entirely, and then somehow let me know so that i could try them out again. likely? probably not.
Posted by Matt on 03/28/2010
Delicious food (I had the turkey sandwich and it was perfect), with an appreciated eye toward healthy choices on the menu. Prices are ok, and the atmosphere is communal and relaxed. I just wish it was bigger!
Posted by Anonymous on 11/01/2009
It looked cute from the outside. The inside was nothing special. The menu wasn't very diverse for breakfast. Your option was pretty much eggs with ham or without ham. And everything is over a big piece of dry bread. It was pretty overpriced too. I was most disappointed when I ordered a mocha and it came in the size of a shot glass, when on the menu it said 12 ounces. I thought it was either a joke, or they were counting the weight of the glass in that 12 ounces. Three of us ended up with a bill of about $50 and stomachs that were still empty. Not impressed and still hungry.