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Posted by Alli on 05/16/2014
I found tbsp through GiltCity. I've eaten brunch there several times and love it. Their baked eggs in a skillet is greasy, but so tasty. Very unique. I've also liked their Spaniard, Farmer's Plate, and Huevos Rancheros. They're good portions. I've never had a problem with service. The prices could be better.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/17/2011
My wife and I sat down at 10:45am for brunch and ordered right away, an omelette and the skillet eggs. After 40 minutes, they brought her the wrong entree, and nothing for me. They took that away, and twenty minutes later, after the entire restaurant had turned over, tables seated after us were having their plates cleared, and still we had not gotten our food, we got up and walked out. Our waitress didn't care, and my only regrets are that I paid for the coffee and didn't make a scene about it. I had no idea how much this would ruin our Sunday. I have read other reviews on this place, and this happens pretty frequently.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/24/2010
My friend recomended I go with her and we had sodas and amazing brownies! Now the only place I think of getting brownies and blondies are there!! They are so good and only $2.00. They taste homemade and are amazing!
Posted by anonymous on 05/28/2010
Their menu proclaims "fresh handmade sandwiches" but note that this actually means "freshly made that day and kept in the fridge or on the counter for a few hours", not handmade to order. it's not the end of the world but there is just something so meh about soggy refrigerated bread,
Posted by Michael on 04/25/2010
I needed to find a brunch spot in an unfamiliar area and found TBSP. What a treat. My buddy and I loved the coffee and each ordered the Baked Eggs In A Skillet. Earthy shitake mushroom and russet potato hash with fresh spinach, 2 eggs and a parmesan crust. The meal was awee bit salty for my taste (put perfect for most) and the side of wholegrain toast was perfect.
Posted by JakeNYC on 01/31/2010
Small brunch menu (7 mains plus 2 specials), but they do everything well! Bananna stuffed french toast with double-smoked bacon was great. Baked eggs were great. Service can be a little sluggish, but always friendly.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/08/2009
if you like being ignored then this is the spot for you...not only is the staff rude but slow as molasses