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384 Seventh Ave., Brooklyn, NY, 11215
nr. 12th St.
By mayday on 3/24/2009
I was delighted to discover this little gem after moving here recently. They have great coffee and delicious breakfast options. And although it's a small place, I've never had to wait for a table. And the service here has been nothing but spectacular. Oh and come mid-afternoon, they have to die for cake.
If you like being tortured, this is the place!
By notmine on 4/4/2008
Thier menu is always so enticing, and yes, the food can be good. However, I will n ever step foot in there again. The servers are "busy" arrogant, and just downright mean. You have to wait on line in a narrow cramped aisle, with screaming kids and impatient folks etc..The ordering is confusing, and you have to ask for maple syrup with your oatmeal, even though it says it comes with it. If you make it to the front of the line, make sure you know EXACTLY what you want, or you'll get yelled at. Throw in someone rolling their eyes at you, and you've had the complete experience!
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