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Posted by mimi on 12/06/2010
My husband and I live nearby and it's one of our favorite places for dinner and brunch on weekends. The atmosphere is warm & lively, the food is always good and the waitresses are accommodating & sweet with their charming Irish accents.
Posted by DJ Raz on 10/15/2009
This is a great bar if your looking to watch sports. Have a few drinks (Tuli) and maybe an app. or 2. Bartenders are great and friendly. The waitress are very nice as well. If your looking to meet a mate this is not the place for you.
Posted by Eric on 05/24/2009
It's got a large bar area, with an adjoining dining area. The bar is definitely not classy. It's got an arcade game in the corner and a bunch of TVs with sports on. The whole place (walls, tables, floor) is made of old, pot-marked wood. Portions here are generous. And the food is pretty good (been here a few times). You'll be full But the service is consistently quite bad. Either they don't seat us in a nice area (when the whole place is empty), or the food takes forever, or they start rushing us out. I don't know why. The food always is a mix between an upscale diner and "bar food", which is fine if that's what you're into. Maybe it's the bar that gives it that feel.
Posted by welovebobbyt on 01/29/2007
My bestest friend and I stopped in just for a cup of coffee and ended up staying for over three hours. We made great friends with the bar tender, Bobby T and had an overall great time.
Posted by Andrew on 12/28/2006
So many cool nights...the staff are great (Kate?)..and so are the beers. Proper bar, where you sit and make friends...and if in alone there are always the video games...who is MT though and why does she have a seat with her name on it..? ps remark about the fish market is ridiculous..it has been closed for 10 months and this is becoming the cool part of town!
Posted by Curly Karen on 10/31/2006
The best burgers in the city - coupled with fabulous bartenders who make sure your glass or your attention is never empty... juke box, video things to play, multiple screens... and did I mention the best burgers ever. The only thing I would change would be the bathroom. Not fun to go all the way down and squeeze into the stalls. WE LOVE PARIS... especially now that the fish market is closed. No more fishy smell...
Posted by Bill & MaryAnn on 09/26/2006
When we lived in NYC Area you could find us almost every Sunday at the Paris Cafe. We do your best to return every three months and always make a point to stop for lunch or dinner. We have been going there since the early 90s.