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1649 Third Ave., New York, NY, 10128
nr. 92nd St.
mac and cheese!
By lfahey916 on 1/19/2011
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Fetch is the Real Deal
By Kickinitallday on 6/11/2010
At first I avoided fetch because I thought that you could bring your dog inside the restaurant with you. But upon the realization that I am an idd iot and that is illegal, I gave it a try. Have been there 10+ times since. The service is homey, but at the same time nobody is trying too hard. The bar crowd is local but friendly. I recommend dinner over brunch, because brunch is packed and slightly under staffed. The smoked salmon scramble is whats up. The pulled pork quesadilla and the philly cheese steak egg rolls are not duplicable. The Greek Flat Bread Salad is not so shabby either.
Always a Positive Experience
By Kickinitallday on 6/1/2010
Its impossible to describe the menu in 1500 characters. I have eaten there 10-15 times, breakfast, lunch and dinner. The philly cheese steak egg rolls are one of a kind. There is a strong local following, and the bar is packed almost every night. The bar tenders dont mind having a bit of fun themselves. For brunch try the smoked salmon scramble with cream cheese.
By HowardG on 2/12/2010
We consider ourselves 'regulars' at Fetch, having enjoyed its delicious food for many years. Their comfort dishes are soul soothing and all highly recommended. Last night however, Chef Adam added a special to his menu and soon to be a favorite. His adaptation of chili con carne is magnificent: a meaty yet slightly creamy stew with just a trace of spicy heat. It is served Cincinnati style, over spaghetti topped with grated cheddar cheese and minced sweet white onions in a cast iron pot. Three quarters into the meal, I became full but was unable to put down my spoon; the chili is that extraordinary. Kudos, Chef Adam, your chili con carne reaches spiritual eminence.
By fooddie on 12/20/2009
Ate at restaurant for Sunday brunch. Several of us had the smoked salmon with bagel. About 1 hr later, we were all sick to our stomachs! Two people had the Cobb salad; complete joke... some lettuce, two slices of peppers and one slice of tomato for $12.00. If enough people just said no to places like this they would get the message and either lower their rates or get better food. Stay away!!!!
Best On The Upper East Side
By APchef2000 on 5/29/2008
I love this restaurant. The service is always excellent. It's the only restaurant in the world that you can have your meal and adopt a dog at the same time. The food is by far some of the best comfort food I've ever had way better than mom's.
By Marchie2003 on 5/5/2008
Stumbled upon this place when our flight was canceled to Chicago, I left LGA feeling sad and depressed and all i wanted to do was have a beer and sulk. Turned out that I did have a beer, but no sulking was necessary. Our waitress was terrific, gave us a free round because of our flight trauma and told us exactly what to order based upon our mood. The food is ALWAYS great here. The veggie burger is made with REAL vegetables, the salads are huge, and the fish is fresh and yummy. Huge selection of beers on tap and in such a fun loving atmosphere. It's now "our" spot and we go back once a week to get a fix. You won't be disappointed.
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