New York, NY 10009
Village Voice's Description
If you've ever boozed in the East Village, you've probably eaten here (even if you don't remember it). After the bars close, it's packed with people sobering up with everything from omelettes and burritos, while brunch service is even more crowded as people recount the previous night's escapades over Bloody Marys and mimosas, which come with every brunch entrée. The rest of the menu is a mish-mash of filling favorites: pastas served with garlic bread, half-pound burgers topped with everything from chili to guacamole, sandwiches, salads and much more. The bar takes up almost half of the actual restaurant, which is good because you'll want to take advantage of the two-for-one happy hour (Mon-Fri, 2pm-7pm). The rest of the interior is fairly unassuming, wooden floorboards and small tables topped with ketchup bottles; the most coveted seats are located outside on the sidewalk patio, where you can eat breakfast (served from 2am-5pm) while watching people walk to Tompkins Square Park across the street.
Tips from foursquare
Don't get the chicken fingers unless you're into dissapointment.
I don't smoke weed but my friend convinced me to eat some THC candy and i got really high and we came here and the Christmas decorations scared the shit out of me.
PHOTO: In 1989, a year after the Police riot, demonstrators meet again in Tompkins Square to protest the tearing down of squatters' shacks, at the link!
Try the Lobster club sandwich and spot it on Foodspotting!
This place is great if you are drunk.
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