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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?
Posted by elaine on 05/06/2010
not great food, but it doesn't have to be great. food is reliably good to very good, it's a really comfortable, friendly place, good service - perfect for what it is!
Posted by susan hort on 04/14/2009
they made a mistake with my order and when I called they said they were too busy to bring me the correct order.
Posted by Miamai1000 on 03/13/2009
I would much rather hang out and EAT at Walker's than Elaine's. This is a must stop for newcomers to the city no matter what time of day or night.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/25/2008
i can't say a bad thing about this place..its just a bar but the food is not "bar food"..i can honestly say i have never had a bad meal here. watch the appetizer portions they are huge.
Posted by customer on 03/17/2008
I live two blocks from Walkers and for 30 years. I have eaten in many places in the neighborhood, Walkers has consistantly been the best, for everything , when my family comes to visit they all want to go to Wakers. The food has been excellent and they have changed chefs over the years, the service has been great , yes one waiter might take your order and another serve it, how surprising is that ? not surprising at all if you've eaten out of this country.The service there is terrific and always has been , they're certainly not going to fawn over you or gush that you're there, so if that's what you want you'll be disappointed. Walkers is worth it on all levels , I highly recommend it.
Posted by tribecan on 12/09/2007
We live around the corner, hoped to try the new Korean place on West Broadway but it was closed this rainy Sunday night, so we gave Walker's a chance, having sworn never to return after a dismal experience with the bouilliabase some years back. Sure, we should never have ordered the bouilliabase, and it's not like any of us died or anything, but it can be tough to overcome that sort of thing. I had a cheddar burger with salad instead of fries, my daughter had the buffalo wings with the sauce on the side, and my wife had the salad nicoise. These were each just as they needed to be -- tasty, satisfying, reasonable. We shared a brownie sundae for dessert that was very good. The wine by the glass was overpriced, the beer a better bet, the service was truly disorienting: a sullen waitress took our order, a sunny one delivered our food. Two terrific jazz musicians played guitar and bass. On this rainy night, Walker's was just the thing.