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The V Spot
Posted by Vinny on 08/30/2006
I was hesitant at first because I normally like my food to have been killed before it’s on my plate but I was pleasantly surprised. The V Spot has something for everyone. It had a charming décor and the friendliest owner I’ve ever met. Everyone at my table was pleased and we all looked forward to the next time.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/17/2006
Just ordered some takeout from this place for the first time, and I can't say it was that good. I had the empanadas, which were the better part of the meal, and they were just ok. Kinda seemed like something you'd get out of the freezer section in the grocery store. I also had the penne vodka, which was the dissapointing part of the meal. The sauce was very watery, there wa to much of it, and the pasta seemed overcooked. I don't think I want to go there again. I'm all about what there trying to do, but I think they gotta pick it up a bit
Posted by inkedAG on 08/17/2006
I went here with my boyfriend as he's a vegetarian. The menu has interesting offerings. I prefer real food, but I can go veggie if I have to. The chicken cutlet sandwich is really good. After trying fake mac n cheese at another place, I was a bit scared of the fake mayo, but that was fine. The only problem was the service. It's a decent sized place. You'd think they'd have more than one waiter on a Sunday. It took over a 1/2 hour from when we ordered till when we were served. All we ordered was the sandwich and fries for me, a Breakfast burrito and fries for him. Even a group of three sitting next to us was wondering how long it would take for them to get their food. If you don't mind waiting, the food is good, so give it a try. And this is coming from a meat eater!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/10/2006
I have been to the V-Spot many times and enjoyed everything I have tried, including the pasta dishes, heroes, burgers and the quinoa with vegetables special that they offer fairly often. As a vegan Italian food lover, I appreciate finally being able to get good vegan versions of chicken parmesan and penne with vodka sauce. The Vegan Treats desserts, especially the peanut butter bomb cake/brownies, boardwalk fudge cake and strawberry shortcake, are decadent and delicious. Also, the owner is incredibly nice and welcomes suggestions about what should be on the menu. I am very glad that the V-Spot came to Park Slope, and I will continue to support it and recommend it to others.
Posted by Liz on 08/01/2006
I began my 24th birthday celebration at the V spot and I couldn't have had a better time. About 25 of us held down the entire back garden/deck for about 3 hours and it was total bliss. Dinner was delicious, although we mainly ordered appetizers and the virgin frozen drinks were incredibly refreshing. I definitely recommend this place for dinner and also as a great place to host a dinner party.
Posted by jess on 07/25/2006
I just went here today and the fare was almost exactly what could be found at Foodswings in Williamsburg. The same exact chicken parm sandwich that seems as if it were taken out of the freezer and microwaved for you (not at all home-made food). That being said, the food is pretty good but it's not healthy or outstanding in any way. For the price, I'd rather go elsewhere.
Posted by veggay on 07/03/2006
I've actually only done takeout for v spot, so i can't say about the atmosphere. but as far as the food, i've had a few noodle dishes (good) the chicken chop sandwiche (very good) and the desserts (great!!!). the fries are really good too. i haven't had something there yet that blew me away, besides the desserts, but hoping i will. the people who had bad experiences need to try again, i say. v spot's added to my favorites list for park slope.