Stumbled across this place whilst roaming the Upper West side. Whilst I agree with previous reviewers that it appears to be a locals hangout, I don't think this is a bad thing. We enjoyed our pancakes and coffee and would return.
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While it's really a coffee shop with a pleasant decor, this restaurant seems to think it's better than that. It has a coffee shop menu at middle restaurnat prices. The food is pretty good and the clientele is a bit older, lots of local AARP...More
It's obvious this is a neighborhood pit stop. Seems like a social club as people greet each other and the staff. Sort of like a fraternity/sorority dining hall. The food is always well prepared and presented. It normally runs like a well oiled machine even...More
The upper west side location has become too pricey for its own good. Several very good eating spots along Broadway have disappeared as a result. And when my wife and I headed into the area to shop and visit one of our enticing restaurants, we...More
Went into this diner several times during a week's stay in the Upper West Side. Good for breakfast. Pleasant atmosphere and friendly service. Unpretentious but reliable fare.
My wife and I stopped in for a quick lunch yesterday. Had a little trouble finding things to order for under $10, but I got a good grilled cheese on good bread with lots of swiss cheese, slaw, and a good pickle for around $5...More
Noisy and busy place. I ordered the sole sandwich. The fish was fried just right and fresh. However it came with tartar sauce in a plastic cube and the Cole slaw wasn't more than a tablespoon literally. It wouldn't have taken much effort to make...More
We went to this cafe or diner based on a recommendation by a local. The atmosphere is strictly "diner". The menu seemed to have everything under the sun--all coming out of a small kitchen with probably no more than two cooks at most. It is...More