If you feel like some meat, this is the place for you! Good quality, however, quite pricey. Overall, a good experience even if a bit hard on the wallet.
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Family friendly, old styling with tin ceiling and brass lamps. Stylish, putting on a great menu that delivers. The johnnycakes special with greens, porkbelly and fried poached egg was heavenly, eggs Benedict fabulous, as were our other meals. Excellent service. The best bloody Mary's. Check...More
Went for lunch and was shocked to see no other inside tables being used (it’s usually pretty busy. They were playing horribly mediocre Latin jazz and the place was dead. No vibe at all. My son ordered a steak frites which he always enjoys but...More
The staff were extremely attentive yet balanced it with friendliness and space, they were there just before you wanted them but not over your shoulder. You don't go for the service you go for the food too and that was very good. A nice selection...More
Excellent food and great service! One of Brooklyn's best dining destination. Been there many times! I'm a regular customer!
The salads are amazing The sausage is beyond amazing The chicken is beyond gold but the pork chops are why you climb the staircase to heaven. Simply the best Wine is good. The price hurts, but.. Service is impeccabel One not perfect is that they...More
We have been here multiple times and the results are uneven, some days sensational and sometimes a miss. I believe if you exclude weekend evenings you will be fine. The meats are done extremely well but breakfast is not worth the trip. Go for weekday...More
My husband and I went here today to celebrate a close friend's birthday. There were 7 of us. We had high hopes but several of us were disappointed in the food. The omelette was good but the other dishes were fair to midling. I wouldn't...More
We really loved this place, so, we were excited that we had time to go on Easter. As soon as we looked at the menu, we discovered that french toast was no longer on the menu. The disappointment started there. The substitution was pancakes which...More