My wife and I love going here. Burgers and mussels are awesome and portion sizes are very generous!!
Party of two, one had the my steak sandwich with fries that was a large meal and tasted just okay. The other had the sliders and fries. The bar is SMALL and crowded but a different feel, something I don't mind experiencing once but probably not again. Menu is selective and prices are btwn $10-$20+ for a burger to pasta.... More
This dive bar was one of the most horrible eat-out experience for us...Had gone with my husband for the Tuesday spl. of $9 for half plate of mussels...right from the moment we stepped in I knew this was a bad choice...the hostess seemed lost as to where to seat us, though the whole place was practically empty except for a... More
Staying in this area with friends and went here for brunch. It is a dark dive bar feel. The service was just okay. The bloody mary was pretty terrible. The omelet was just okay. I'd probably looks elsewhere for brunch.
Forest Hills is lucky to have this dive bar close to the train station and subway! The burgers live up to the hype - I was nervous about the whole english-muffin-as-bun thing, but it was wonderful. I've never had a bad dish here. The service can be spotty and the place gets pretty busy on weekend nights. There's a Sunday... More
Burger french fries or filet mignon with black crushed pepper best in town,
Burgers are good here and their unlimited mussels night ($20 as i recall) is tough to beat. not super expensive and staff is friendly so overall good place to check out for a burger and beer.
Great dive bar with one of the best burgers in Queens. 1/2 pound of fresh meat (no preformed patties here) with a great assortment of toppings all between a sandwich size english muffin. You must try their special garlic cheese it is delicious and they make it in house. They also started brunch over a year ago with some of... More
Just had Sunday brunch and it totally hit the spot. I had the Big Ed's BLT and they're not kidding, it was big! Nice selection of items on the brunch menu. It's a great little place right off of Austin St. Go there hungry and enjoy!
This tiny hideaway off the bustle of Austin Street is a good place to know about. The menu is varied- almost irrational, but all the food is good. There are only a few tables and a few seats at the bar- which can get loud at times- but it's a fun place with good food. I've had the service vary... More
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