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200 Fifth Ave., Brooklyn, NY, 11217
nr. Union St.
By foodcritic1289 on 2/29/2012
This place is really not good. I have been here a few times and I have really tried to like it but it is always so dissapointing, I am done trying. The food is disgusting, inconsistent, and bland. Its noisy, the staff is BAD! the staff is always standing around on their phones, ignoring customers and really rude. I have only been here about 6 times, but out of those 6 times, i have watched and heard the managers or maybe the owner (older, bald guy with bheavy brooklyn accent) screaming at employees being rude and nasty) this is not a nice place and usually looks pretty dirty and cheap. I'm not waisting my $ anymore when there r such nicer resterraunts in park slope.
Con: Not in my neighborhood
By jessi103 on 4/28/2008
I love this place. Worst part about it is that it isn't in my neighborhood. it's the best place to watch sports: TVs everywhere showing every game for every sport -- and as a Philadelphia native, it's rough catching games up here, so that is awesome. The food is also awesome; from full plates to finger food, nothing has disappointed me (my favorites: the zucchini sticks and the grilled salmon... and I'm hungry). Plus, a huge selection of beer (40 on tap) and food insures it won't be boring whenever -- brunch is also fantastic, especially the $9 unlimited champagne...
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