Had a family style dinner here with a large group (40+). All the food was delicious and plentiful. Fish, beef, chicken, pasta, salads, side, and wings! The waitstaff was fantastic with our group.
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While it looks like mostly a bar, there is a dining room and sidewalk seating, latter of which I chose on a sultry summer night. Service is friendly and brisk, and tap beer selection is adequate. I cannot resist calamari, and I was not disappointed;...More
Paris Cafe was recommended to us by friends who come every year, so we booked up. We wanted somewhere close to Brooklyn bridge, the Staten Island terminal and not a chain! This scored on all counts and we were met warmly by the staff. We...More
Historic property on the corner with outside seating available. Good menu variety. Friendly staff with bar and dining room.
I have been here twice, both for dinner and drinks. Sat outside and it was very nice. It can get crowded and loud inside. Service is good, and the bartender took care of us, kudos to him.....I think a rare thing in NYC. If you...More
We visited NYC last summer and stayed at Hampton in a couple blocks away. So good the 1st night, we ate here again the second. Small cafe. Must take stairs to small bathroom. This summer we were in the city for 1 night and my...More
For this cafe, there has been a monumental transformation. In this location for well over 100 years, the Paris (going back in my memory of over 45 years) was the quintessential "dive bar", dark, inexpensive, always oopen for the hard-working men and women of the...More
This place was recommended by a tour guide. It is a small older establishment. We were a little reluctant, but went in and ordered fish & chips and hamburger and fries. The service was good and after we tasted our food we wanted to order...More