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Posted by Aidan M on 04/12/2012
When I had a double date last week, the ladies and I ended up at Walker's. Before we knew it, we were treated to a world class dining experience. I have to say all the food was amazing. They were cooked right and they had great texture and taste and flavor. But the hamburgers. OUT OF THIS WORLD, BABY! I never expected Walker's to have a burger as good as it was in my opinion. And a twelve dollar tip went with the bill after dinner was finished thanks to excellent food quality, atmosphere, value, and service. Good job Walker's and you'll be seeing my soon.
Posted by Alan on 02/18/2012
The staff is wonderful and the owner really knows how to make you feel welcome. A true NY treasure great burgers, brunch and bar.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/17/2011
Great time we had. Our waitress was truly wonderful. She was very friendly, fast and accommodating. The waiter we had in the past was very miserable and slow. Food came out cold. We will be back!
Posted by reno on 05/13/2011
Nothing wrong, everything right, esp Sunday thru Wed pm Barkeep, Leonard, or as I call him, Lenopedia. Knows everything you ask him, any subject, but he's humble and a big listener. Maybe this is lesbian hubris, but I love Leonard even more than I love and value Walker's. Kitchen till 1am, which is ridiculously rare in NYC anymore. NO RULING CLASS VIBE. (even if they're in here, and that counts for another pull down menu!
Posted by Tribeca Rez on 04/26/2011
This restaurant was once a favorite of mine-until the new chef arrived. I was once ADDICTED to their salads with the most AMAZING dressings-now everything is just "eh". The burgers are still the best around but I still miss the original Walker's! Please bring my salads back!
Posted by down towner on 12/28/2010
I love this place, the food is good and the service is fab fab fab! very child friendly too
Posted by Customer on 10/24/2010
The food is good but don't eat at the bar for Sunday brunch unless surly, rude, inattentive servers make your morning bright. As we left the restaurant my daughter asked me what I thought we had done to deserve the bartender's disdain. Maybe it was that we asked for orange juice or maybe that it was that we were breathing. In any case, why pay for a bad attitude when it is usually free?