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Sweet Life Cafe
Posted by Betsy on 09/03/2014
I've never been disappointed, and I've eaten here once or twice a week since I retired a year ago. Great omelets, Sweet Life burger, Philly cheese steak, coffee...
Posted by anonymous on 06/08/2011
I've ordered from here twice and the food was awesome and cheap, but the many other times I've tried to order they just dont answer the phone, it rings until it hangs up. Food good, service not so much.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/31/2011
Breakfast is good. The rest....meh
Posted by amy on 02/23/2011
Happened upon this place today. What a treat, in every respect. A real find. Really good food, wonderful atmosphere and people.
Posted by Felix on 02/13/2010
My wife and I had the pleasure of eating at this establishment 4 years ago and we were impressed. We visit there twice a month on the weekend to do something away from "the Island" and in "the City". This says alot considering we live in Long Island! The food is great and the owners are wonderful! Service with a smile should be their motto.
Posted by Marc on 05/26/2008
The Sweet Life cafe is a fantastic spot for good food and great people. It is a staple of my week for breakfast and/or lunch. Hard to argue with the breakfast sandwich, the eggs and homefries, and the multitude of sandwiches available at this little cafe/diner. The chicken salad sandwich is on the top of my list this week.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/05/2007
I can't believe the good reviews of this place. I went on a recent Saturday afternoon, and the place was dirty, the silverware and glasses were sticky and the host/waiter was the loudest, most annoying guy I could ever imagine working in a restaurant! Yes, he was friendly, but he was ridiculously loud and just a total annoyance. And the food... my pesto omelette tasted bizarre, and of course it wasn't a real omelette -- it was just scrambled eggs with some stuff mixed into it and pressed flat. My friend had shrimp scampi, but the sauce tasted so bizarre and weird that it tasted like something out of a cheap bottle or can.