In an iconic area full of brownstone houses and neighbourhood small shops, this was a great place to stop after a two hour walk. Fully recommend it.
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The food is as you would expect for diner fare, but the staff are unobtrusively attentive and welcoming. Open 24 hours is a bonus for late night cravings too.
We were walking from the Transit Museum to the Historical society and needed something for lunch. We spotted this diner and gave it a try. It is like most of the New York diners; small seating area is jammed with seats. Large menu. Large portions. The portions are large. I would recommend sharing a dish. Food was good. It had... More
We wanted the American breakfast experience and this is what we got. Fluffy pancakes, crispy bacon, perfect sunny side eggs, lashings of syrup and hot black coffee. Nothing fancy here. But efficient service and authentic decor plus low prices. Yum yum.
Conveniently placed, this diner has a speedy service. Plenty to chose for in for lactose intolerant and gluten-free options.
This is an all-night diner, which is really good to have around when you come home late from work and need a burger or something. Sometimes the service is brusque, but nearly always it's OK, and the food is very good. That's why I keep coming back.
I went here for lunch when visiting family in Brooklyn. The menu was extensive. I ordered a beef giro which was delicious. The portion was great value for money. I would definately recommend this place for a nice cheap lunch.
Pleasant diner with the expected enormous menu covering many nationalities particularly Greek. Friendly service. Standard diner fare. The Greek salad was ok but not extraordinary and a tad pricey. Navy bean soup was sort of a minestrone that was slightly sweet probably with some ketchup which was so so.
Good food and the prices are resonable. I order the stuffed filet and the potion was more than adequate.This is a place that you might miss if you don't know exactly where it is. The waiter was really nice and very friendly. He was very personable. I would definitely recommend this place. Especially if you have a large family.
Happy Days we love you! As annual visitors to Brooklyn this is a very significant part of our holiday plans. We heard that Happy Days had recently been taken over and were apprehensive at the possible changes we might find. Our concerns were unfounded though. What we experienced was the same magnificent welcome from waiters Reuben and Lorenzo, and the... More
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