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Posted by Anonymous on 03/18/2012
Food and drinks were simply amazing! I was surprised by the previous ratings, but then I realized the date. I think the place had definitely changed for the better. The staff was also was very personable!
Posted by anon on 05/03/2011
Went here Sunday for a leisurely brunch... they open the windows, so it's like being outside. The place was nearly empty which was surprising - yummy fresh food, big portions, and a reasonable pricetag for the dishes. Yellowfin panini gets a thumbs up from me! The severs were very friendly and attentive.... I'd definitely go back on another sunny day!
Posted by I love food on 03/26/2009
We went here with some friends a week ago and had a good experience. The food was pretty good and the serive was OK. I would consider going back if I lived in the neighborhood or if the prices were cheaper. Not worth the treck if you don't live near by-there are better places to spend your hard earned dollars.
Posted by satisfiedsally on 03/06/2009
This place blew me away. After struggling to find a dependable restaurant between the cheesy Italian in little Italy, the mysterious Chinese restaurants in Chinatown and the overpriced mediocre restaurants in soho a group of my girls and I stumbled upon this unassuming restaurant. Don't be deceived into thinking it is just a bar with a bar menu. The food is incredible! I had the succulent salmon that was cooked and seasoned perfectly. My girls had the hanger steak and the scallops. Everything was deeelish. Not to mention the staff who were incredibly genuine, attentive and personable. Will definitely be back with a crew and I recommend anyone looking for a reliable meal at affordable prices with a great atmosphere do the same!
Posted by anonymous on 05/12/2008
I made reservations for my husband and me to eat here for our anniversary last Saturday night. When we arrived, they had lost our reservations, but since they did have a table for two available we were able to be seated. That should have been our first clue that things were amiss. Our appetizers were fine but when our entrees came out, my entree was completely different from what I had ordered (not different in what I perceived I was getting, they actually sent out the wrong menu item.) When I pointed this out to the waitress, she asked if I would just like to keep that item! After (politely) requesting the dinner that I had ordered, she still left the wrong one on the table and said the correct meal would be out shortly. After several attempts to get my meal and after my husband's meal was eaten (cold, I might add) my ordered entree had still not arrived (at least 30 minutes later), I cancelled the order and asked for the check. The only "reparation" they offered was to take both the entrees off the checkwhich should have happened automatically considering that we did not even receive one of the orders! Needless to say we did not leave a tip and left both hungry and disappointed. Everyone is entitled to an "off" night but when the mistakes are not dealt with professionally and appropriately, that makes it even worse. I would not recommend and would not go back.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/15/2008
This is a really beautiful option in Little Italy - a respite from the touristy haunts - with a hidden entrance on centre market place. Incredible renovated wood ceiling imparts a sense of real elegance and the convivial , attractive crowd and the great drinks and bartenders will ensure that this cool yet no attitude place will be here for years to come. A New York classic
Posted by Angry on 12/13/2007
I would never recommend this place. The staff itself is unaware of what is going on in the restaurant- can't imagine how the food would taste. Made a booking for a date when they had a private party - although they decided to take the reservation anyways and let the group of 8 be surprised to learn that we actually cannot have dinner there. 1. Poor training of employees 2. Poor management of a bad situation. Instead of owning up to making a mistake and trying to work something out - at the least be apologetic, they tried to convince us that we made the reservation incorrectly.