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Posted by yael on 12/19/2012
socked with oil how can it possible taste like food
Posted by Anonymous on 12/08/2012
I had brunch at this place which was very enjoyable and the prices of the food were reasonable. When the the bill came I was surprised to learn that a small glass of orange juice was six dollars and coffee was 4 dollars. I wouldnt have had as much of a problem with it if the prices were listed on the menu. When my dining companion and I brought this to the attention of the waiter and manager, nothing was done. In fact they tried to defend it which was quite surprising given their food prices. That experience left a sour taste in what was a tasty meal. Not sure I would go back given the plethora of restaurants in that neighborhood. Also the service was quite slow.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/05/2012
What would have been a decent after theater meal was ruined by horrible service. Lots of staff on the floor with complete lack of attention to customers. They won't last long no matter how good the food is. Best skip Rosemary's!
Posted by Jeremy Murphy on 11/30/2012
We merely chanced on the place (start OCT) wondering around the village on the afternoon prior to flying home. I lumped for it on the grounds of the menu alone (also it was buzzing. Didn't think we'd get a table but in 5 we had one. Were seated and after a little confusion someone finally took our orders- neither of us were exactly famished so we went main-course only, a good thing as the food hadn't arrived after 20 mins.. we had to prompt the waiter who seemed oblivious to it all, Another 10 minutes and we did so again pointing out we were due to catch a plane and BTW, this afternoon was good for us? So sorry your orders got lost or some such. Linguini with preserved lemon, Skirt Steak- both perfect. My companion, an Irish steak snob who thinks US doesn't actually produce beef but a genetic alternative- so bravo. To be fair the manageress did see us right over the bill and apologised. But why with seemingly adequate staff the service was semi-detached - one table dealt with- next table ignored. Great food or not if Irish people can't abide such service (and we are easy going) I can't even think what New Yorkers might do. Also.. the Garden on the roof- why not slip in 1 or 5 tables at least? it would be sublime:
Posted by Anonymous on 11/28/2012
Great vibe, and great space. Unfortunately the staff behind the bar has too much attitude to appreciate the cliental. It's not always about "turning a table" when you try to be a neighborhood restaurant in the West Village...I say get with the program.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/23/2012
After hearing wonderful things, I was excited to try this restaurant. The entrees took awhile, and when my meal arrived, the steak was cold. My friends ordered pasta dishes. The carbonara was inedible, she actually didn't eat it. The other pasta in a red sauce was simply okay. Disappointing.
Posted by Cairo on 11/10/2012
This has been a favorite local spot since it opened. I was most impressed with the commitment to quality from the beginning. The environment is warm and friendly. The wine menu encourages experimentation given sll bottles are priced the same - a genius design. And Daniel has a wonderful nose for pairing. However, I was mostly shocked when one of the signature pasta dishes (the cavetelli) was drastically changed and not for the better. I do encourage change, but when it's not broke - then don't fix it. Other than the chefs poor judgement on this point, the place is well worth the visit.