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Posted by lazyfoodie on 06/09/2009
I love the burgers at St.Dymph's. They are flavorful and always cooked well. The fries are hit or miss but the onion rings are absolute perfection. The breakfasts and brunches are good, the other menu items perfectly edible, but the burgers are divine. I think they're a bit pricey at $10 but whenever I have extra money burning a hole in my pocket St. Dymph's is my first indulgence.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/04/2008
This is my favorite bar in the entire city, the people are so wonderful and the drinks and food are great. Never a dull moment from the awesome bartenders to the sweet waitresses and even the diverse and always interesting clientele. Its exactly what the east village is about, LOVE IT.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/18/2008
Hoo, I don't know. I've been here for brunch twice now, and was underwhelmed by the food both times. Service was slow as wellsome people really seem into the place, but search me if you know why. Bland and forgettable.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/15/2008
Tried the Dymphna Pie and it was quite good. It wasn't as rustic as you'd think and had a few nice touches.
Posted by braindandy on 03/13/2008
I have always loved coming here to this e village institution. The fish and chips are good but the portions of fish get smaller and smaller over the years. For $13 you would expect a meal and not 2 tiny pieces of fish that would cost $3 at long john silvers. That being said, it it a real irish pub feel every time - from the scruffy e village crew to the loud and slow to respond waitresses who talk more to the entire bar than to you. Will keep coming back but only because I have to keep up with this institution.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/10/2008
Great place! Love this pub one of my favourites in the east village. The food is pub food so its not amazing but its not horrible. Great place to try out you'll get hooked!