I got lunch here, and ordered a chicken salad, which was very good. The service was also excellent, although they did mess up the order, but corrected it quick with almost no waiting time. The waiters were kind and welcoming.
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We stopped for coffee, but ended up eating dinner. The service was friendly and quick, attentive without being annoying. We had the fried calamari (light & crispy, super tender), mussels with wine tomato sauce, salmon with dijon sauce, which came with spinach and sweet potato,...More
I had lunch at The Bus Stop with friends on a Saturday afternoon. It's a great, low-key, local place with good food. Ambience is neighborhood NYC. Do not expect anything fancy or upscale. A relaxed atmosphere that delivers well-prepared "comfort food".
The Bus Stop is a friendly place to get a reasonably priced meal in this gentrified neighborhood. There were many regulars on for early dinners tonight and the staff knows them. The wine was fine, the bread crunchy. The pasta cooked properly and generous. Not...More
The bus stop cafe is worth a stop. In front of Abingdon Square Park (Greenwich Village), the tables outside resemble the cafés of Paris. The beer is served very cold, to the taste of the Brazilian people, the pasta with the seafood sauce is just...More
This one has been around for years and is as welcoming as ever. Very reasonable prices in a neighbourhood not known for reasonable prices, is popular at all times. Fish and Chips special today was excellent and they have specials for lunch during the week.
We stopped in here for a late lunch, and were delighted with the service and ambience. It is a small place, with banquet seating and a small bar towards the back. Very welcoming; food was simple, yet tasty, and served promptly. Reasonable coffee and attentive...More