I love the "mules", the wine list and the desserts. It's a great place for lunch very close to Central Park!
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I prefer getting a table right at the balcony. It gives you the best views of Columbus Circle. This is a really nice place for french brunch where I feel almost transported to Europe. If you’re exhausted from shopping and not in need of a...More
They were crowded. Our waiter was good. We had a simple breakfast, fresh fruits, yougurt with granola, assorted breads, ( given a peanut butter sandwich cookie! ( for breakfast?). Our son ordered the Bouchon breakfast for 29.00. Nothing special but good.
I had lunch at the bakery near Rockefeller Center with one of my daughters and told my wife and other daughter how good it was. We both had the grilled cheese and tomato soup combo. So after a long walk in Central Park we saw...More
We decided to have lunch at this busy cafe that looked appealing and busy. The menu seemed good, but the mussels were tasteless and swimming in butter. Despite sharing the dish, my girlfriend and I couldn’t finish it. On the bright side, the bread was...More
Went here to grab lunch two days ago. We're regular customers at Per Se, so while this place is much more casual, we thought we'd have a nice enough time before we headed over to see the Nutcracker. However, the service left a bad taste...More