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632 Manhattan Ave., Brooklyn, NY, 11222
at Nassau Ave.
Rude Service. Shabby chic just looks rag tag in the day. Not worth it.
By Thestrycker on 4/1/2012
I live a few blocks from Manhattan Inn and had been there before for dinner and drinks. After brunch today, I will never return. Michael, the host/ manager is incredibly rude. After seating four couples who had arrived after my partner and me ahead of us, and then asking me what I would like to do about it,"because he can't go back in a time machine," he offered us drinks. Not only did it tKe 10+ mnutes to get them, but of course, after I paid, without ever having received an itemized bill, I realized that our bloody mary's were not in fact comped, as he'd promised. The sixteen dollars wasn't worth the argument, so I let it go, with the knowledge that I will never go back or recommend the place again. There are plenty of trendy places in free point and Williamsburg with friendly staff. Thought the interior was cool at night, although it looks a little rag tag in daylight. Combined with the rudeness, absolutely not worth it.
pianist + food + drinks + decor = awesome
By kimsomi on 9/25/2010
everything's amazing...until the pianist leaves. for a place that seems like every detail is so well thought out and crafted, the post-pianist mix could use a lot more work! you can't follow up an amazing pianist with horrible pop music.
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