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Posted by Anonymous on 12/10/2006
Old school deli atmosphere replete with pickles & coleslaw, wall of celebrity photos, and, ummm ... an assertive staff. Sandwiches are high quality and large. Egg dishes are good, especially the home fries. Bagels are dissapointing, no different than any other diner. Regarding dinner entrees, I've had better experiences with the traditional comfort food items than the more adventurous ones (like the veal chop). Desserts are better in quality than most diners but smaller in size. Delivery orders are handled very efficiently, though minor details often get overlooked (like omitting a requested condiment).
Posted by foodpro on 10/29/2006
The food is very, very good. Service is also good. The service can be rude, and cranky. Also, the place appears unclean. To avoid these problems, opt for delivery!
Posted by sushi fiend on 10/27/2006
But, the portions are very generous espec. when you order their true deli sandwiches - but you do pay a price - from 12.95 on up. I love my own combo tongue + brisket with lettuce mustard on a roll. it is 2 meals in one. with delivery tip cost me $20. knishes & shakes are also a regular for me, but do not order late nite bacon with anything cuz was way too hard! i think they make it early and use it all day. so I can only order egg cheese sandwich sans bacon. great stop over after bar hopping, great date spot if you want a true ny eatery. svc w/ a smile, not really! but food is good.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/16/2006
When you work around the clock it's good to know about opportunites to get warm food whenever. Even tough I ordered only a half tray of pasta, Sarge's has been able to provide us a Sterno to keep it warm in the cold night. Thanks!
Posted by an admirer of a diner on 01/18/2006
Okay you are not going to believe me, but I used to work in the area roughly 5-7 years ago, and on the menu back then was a sandwich called "the monster" - back then it was $25.95. It was meant to be shared by 4 or so people. It has tounge [beef], pastrami,ham,turkey and other meats too many to mention. No lie, it must have had at least 2 Lbs worth of cold cuts, if not more. Our waitress at the time was quick to talk, slow to walk, and sleepy looking but she gave us the funniest and warm hearted service that I had ever seen in a waitress. She new the entire menu. She entertained us with funny antecdotes that made no sense and she had a killer smile. No one filled our water glasses, it was 2 AM on a friday and my girlfriends and I had a blast. We tipped her quite generously for the "New York" experience. What can I say, Sarges is the best. It is meant to be your plain old everyday. would you like fries with that, kind of place. No extras, no hand holding, no thank you for waiting, a seat just opened. Its just a place to people watch, have a killer vanilla milkshake [yes they are old fashioned and pour the shake from the blender and they give you the extra] appreciate it for exactly what it is - a diner.
Posted by local_doctor on 10/16/2005
Place has a good reputation so we doctors at the local hospital have ordered from them twice. Food took almost 2 hours to arrive, arrived cold and soggy. Not recommended.
Posted by Dani D. on 09/18/2005
The Turkey Burger is my favorite late night treat and very affordable. I consider myself a turkey burger expert b/c I don't eat red meat. In addition, anything open 24 hours in this city has a special place in my heart.The women who take the orders on the phone are quite pleasant with their New York accents.