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Posted by Anonymous on 03/18/2012
This place has great food, service and atmosphere. We come for brunch a lot. Ive asked many times here and at Smith Canteen for unsweetened iced tea. They don't offer it; only sweetened tea. I am sure I'm not the only one who asks. I lived in New Orleans for a decade and places always had both to offer. I don't drink coffee, and I am a regular. I wish they would listen to their customers wishes. Everything else is great but I might have to go somewhere else from time to time just to get my caffeine fix.
Posted by Anne Brennan on 02/21/2012
Food was fine. Not worth the hour wait - but nothing really is. The most annoying thing about the evening was when the waiter presented us with a plate of the tiniest sprig (not big enough to be a floret) of broccoli, cauliflower and some other hint of a vegetable too small to identify and placed it before us as if we had just been given the most exotic and generous gesture FREE. He went on to say the tiny little nubs were from some organic garden, oozing with weird excitement. Please do not do that to anyone else. It is a waste of time and makes the restaurant appear too ridiculous for words and left me feeling annoyed for the rest of the dinner. Writing this just made me relive my annoyance.
Posted by Anon on 01/21/2012
But when you make fantastic fried chicken as Seersucker definitely does, why serve it on mashed potatoes so it gets soggy within 2 minutes?? Defies logic--maybe the chef doesn't eat his own food?
Posted by anonymous on 08/14/2011
Very so-so food. $13 for a completely bland cheddar omelette sided by a tiny little biscuit. That's the only vegetarian option on the menu, so if you don't eat meat, definitely skip this place. Every single item has bacon and they apparently don't have any substitutes. I can't comment on the meat, maybe it's great, but the meal I had was a complete waste of money. I'm mostly just totally offended that someone would have the balls to charge $13 for a plain cheese omelette. Will not be going back.
Posted by Cobble Hill Gobbler on 12/07/2010
Too bad. This place would be pretty good, but I would never go back. You leave so hungry that you have to eat something at home later on...that's just bogus. Some of the portions are really laughable. What you get is pretty good, but why they serve so little of it begs for an answer.
Posted by local eater on 11/17/2010
Seersucker serves the best coffee on this part of smith street! Whether drip or americano, i've never had a bad cup. and the coffee prices are great. i've also enjoyed the biscuits (with delicious honey butter and pear jam) and croissants. the service is welcoming and friendly.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/01/2010
The food was okay, but it definitely wasn't as good as the prices would lead you to believe. portions were very small and the general quality just wasn't as delicious as it should've been