Cornelia Street Cafe

★★★★☆
"A culinary as well as cultural landmark"- Proclamation, City of NY
  • 29 Cornelia St

    New York, NY 10014

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  • 212-989-9319

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Went there for Sunday brunch. Our waitress was rather rude and unpleasant. Order the Eggs Benedict, it was okay. Nothing beats Tartine's Eggs Benedict.
The food was so-so, quite expensive with small portions.. Won't be coming back again. The village has better restaurants than this one...

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★☆☆☆☆

Went there for Sunday brunch. Our waitress was rather rude and unpleasant. Order the Eggs Benedict, it was okay. Nothing beats Tartine's Eggs Benedict.
The food was so-so, quite expensive with small portions.. Won't be coming back again. The village has better restaurants than this one...

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i just have 2 things to say about this place :

1. Rude waitress
2. Pricey

besides, they dont have many choices for breakfast/brunch. so if you're looking for a nice, easy and affordable breakfast/brunch, this place is def. out of the list....

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★☆☆☆☆

i just have 2 things to say about this place :

1. Rude waitress
2. Pricey

besides, they dont have many choices for breakfast/brunch. so if you're looking for a nice, easy and affordable breakfast/brunch, this place is def. out of the list....

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must try!! the chicken is unreal and so is the hummus! the atmosphere is perfect and the cabaret is the best in the city! the selection of wines couldn't be better and the restaurants in a perfect fit in the heart of the west village

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★★★★★

must try!! the chicken is unreal and so is the hummus! the atmosphere is perfect and the cabaret is the best in the city! the selection of wines couldn't be better and the restaurants in a perfect fit in the heart of the west village

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This place came highly recommended so my 2 friends and I made a reservation for 3 people. I arrived and since they wouldn't seat us until our full party was there, we sat when I arrived. Party of 3 reservation, 3 sitting.... We ordered a bottle of wine for the table and after a friend called and said she wanted to join us, we held off on ordering dinner til she got there... Well the rude host came over and didn't even ask us anything, rudely said "you guys have to move to the bar, we have parties waiting for a table", after we had already bought a $50 bottle of wine and were just taking our time!!!! And there was a full table behind us and in front of us open!!!!! We were basically forced to order dinner right then and there otherwise we'd have to be kicked out of our table that NO ONE was waiting for. the whole rest of the time we were there, the table sat empty. Being in the service industry myself, this was very rude, especially after we had already ordered.
Word of advice - tell your friends to get there on time, even if they were not part of your reservation, otherwise you will be scolded and rudely treated. The food was good, but this guy ruined my experience, and I will definitely not recommend this place again.

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★★☆☆☆

This place came highly recommended so my 2 friends and I made a reservation for 3 people. I arrived and since they wouldn't seat us until our full party was there, we sat when I arrived. Party of 3 reservation, 3 sitting.... We ordered a bottle of wine for the table and after a friend called and said she wanted to join us, we held off on ordering dinner til she got there... Well the rude host came over and didn't even ask us anything, rudely said "you guys have to move to the bar, we have parties waiting for a table", after we had already bought a $50 bottle of wine and were just taking our time!!!! And there was a full table behind us and in front of us open!!!!! We were basically forced to order dinner right then and there otherwise we'd have to be kicked out of our table that NO ONE was waiting for. the whole rest of the time we were there, the table sat empty. Being in the service industry myself, this was very rude, especially after we had already ordered.
Word of advice - tell your friends to get there on time, even if they were not part of your reservation, otherwise you will be scolded and rudely treated. The food was good, but this guy ruined my experience, and I will definitely not recommend this place again.

Pros: Good Food, can't complain there... but...

Cons: Rude host, blah service

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Went there for lunch. It was about 80 degrees out, they had the windows/walls at the front open. My table was almost outside. It was great ambiance, like a nice European cafe.

The lunch menu wasn't very long, but everything they had on there looked good. And it was good! I've had better of course at much more expensive restaurants, but this was still pretty good, and definitely worth going back.

And if you're a poet, apparently this is the place to be.

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★★★★★

Went there for lunch. It was about 80 degrees out, they had the windows/walls at the front open. My table was almost outside. It was great ambiance, like a nice European cafe.

The lunch menu wasn't very long, but everything they had on there looked good. And it was good! I've had better of course at much more expensive restaurants, but this was still pretty good, and definitely worth going back.

And if you're a poet, apparently this is the place to be.

Pros: Pretty good food. Great ambiance

Cons: n/a

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A quick exit at Cornelia. It was 5pm on a summer Tuesday. Looked over the menu, and they had a pre-dinner menu posted with light appetizer style food. We told the waiter/host that we would like to sit outside and eat light. He basically said no, these 'empty' tables were for people ordering full course dinners. Since I am not a tourist, and I know Greenwich Village has a lot of other places, me and my date simply walked to another restaurant, relaxed with a few glasses of wine and some light food. NYC is filled with restaurants, if Cornelia Street Cafe doesn't want me, I won't go back.

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★☆☆☆☆

A quick exit at Cornelia. It was 5pm on a summer Tuesday. Looked over the menu, and they had a pre-dinner menu posted with light appetizer style food. We told the waiter/host that we would like to sit outside and eat light. He basically said no, these 'empty' tables were for people ordering full course dinners. Since I am not a tourist, and I know Greenwich Village has a lot of other places, me and my date simply walked to another restaurant, relaxed with a few glasses of wine and some light food. NYC is filled with restaurants, if Cornelia Street Cafe doesn't want me, I won't go back.

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The Cornelia is a charming little place in the Village. Nice atmosphere, excellent food, and then you can go downstairs in the evening for some high-quality jazz, or a poetry reading. The menu is not extensive, but some of the entres are unusual and worth the try. Overall an excellent experience, which can be repeated depending on who plays downstairs.

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★★★★★

The Cornelia is a charming little place in the Village. Nice atmosphere, excellent food, and then you can go downstairs in the evening for some high-quality jazz, or a poetry reading. The menu is not extensive, but some of the entres are unusual and worth the try. Overall an excellent experience, which can be repeated depending on who plays downstairs.

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What a disappointment! This place used to be great! What happened? The waitresses were rude and treated every request (even for a coffee or water) as an annoyance. We arrived THREE minutes before they opened and were told, "We're not open yet. We still have three minutes. Wait outside."

Enough said. For the price, there are MUCH better restaurants in the neighborhood that still have charm and wonderfully attentive waitstaff. Go across the street on Cornelia for a better meal and experience.

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★☆☆☆☆

What a disappointment! This place used to be great! What happened? The waitresses were rude and treated every request (even for a coffee or water) as an annoyance. We arrived THREE minutes before they opened and were told, "We're not open yet. We still have three minutes. Wait outside."

Enough said. For the price, there are MUCH better restaurants in the neighborhood that still have charm and wonderfully attentive waitstaff. Go across the street on Cornelia for a better meal and experience.

Pros: located in a wonderful neighborhood

Cons: poor service, over-priced

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Went in for dinner on a recent Thursday night, very disappointed. A friend had said to check this place out because it was supposed to be a ?local?s? stand by and the most reasonably priced restaurant in the village. I certainly don?t understand why. We alternated between feeling jostled and ignored. The restaurant was empty, but we were rudely told we couldn?t sit where we wanted because of ?reservations? (which, by the way, never materialized before our meal was over). Instead we were seated near the bar and the waiter?s station. Because of our proximity to the host and the woman who seemed to be the manager, we were forced to listen to their conversation the whole time. They continuously and loudly bad mouthed their own staff, which I found abhorrent and unprofessional. If the food was spectacular and inexpensive, maybe I could have dealt with sitting so close to their gossip fest, but it wasn?t. Though the flavor was decent, it was poorly presented and over priced. One good thing was the bread pudding dessert, very rich!

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★☆☆☆☆

Went in for dinner on a recent Thursday night, very disappointed. A friend had said to check this place out because it was supposed to be a ?local?s? stand by and the most reasonably priced restaurant in the village. I certainly don?t understand why. We alternated between feeling jostled and ignored. The restaurant was empty, but we were rudely told we couldn?t sit where we wanted because of ?reservations? (which, by the way, never materialized before our meal was over). Instead we were seated near the bar and the waiter?s station. Because of our proximity to the host and the woman who seemed to be the manager, we were forced to listen to their conversation the whole time. They continuously and loudly bad mouthed their own staff, which I found abhorrent and unprofessional. If the food was spectacular and inexpensive, maybe I could have dealt with sitting so close to their gossip fest, but it wasn?t. Though the flavor was decent, it was poorly presented and over priced. One good thing was the bread pudding dessert, very rich!

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Did this place change management? I?ve live in the neighborhood for 7 years but was out of town for my job the passed year and a half. This used to be my favorite spot for a low key dinner. The food was good, basic and fairly priced, they always had great wine and desert, and the staff was fun and familiar. I was excited to come back to ?the cafe? as we neighborhoodies always called it. WOW, was I disappointed, the local community feel is totally gone, the prices have gone up and the service, from the moment we walked in the door (we were greeted by as if we were an annoyance) until we finally paid our bill (after we waited FOREVER for our change), was harried and rude. I am so sad over the loss of this once cozy and warm establishment. I asked around and was assured that it is the same owners? but it is certainly not the same cafe!

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★☆☆☆☆

Did this place change management? I?ve live in the neighborhood for 7 years but was out of town for my job the passed year and a half. This used to be my favorite spot for a low key dinner. The food was good, basic and fairly priced, they always had great wine and desert, and the staff was fun and familiar. I was excited to come back to ?the cafe? as we neighborhoodies always called it. WOW, was I disappointed, the local community feel is totally gone, the prices have gone up and the service, from the moment we walked in the door (we were greeted by as if we were an annoyance) until we finally paid our bill (after we waited FOREVER for our change), was harried and rude. I am so sad over the loss of this once cozy and warm establishment. I asked around and was assured that it is the same owners? but it is certainly not the same cafe!

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We came to this restaurant for Thanksgiving dinner and were expecting a great meal. The dinner was a three-course fixed menu at a set price of $50. We knew this before setting up the reservation. When we got to the restaurant, we were quickly seated, which was great - unfortunately, things went downhill from there. It took ten minutes for the waitress to get our drink order and another ten minutes to actually receive it. We got our food pretty quickly but had to ask multiple times for refills for cokes and it took about ten minutes apiece to receive them. The food, while not bad, was certainly nothing to brag about and definitely not worth the $50 a plate. When we received the bill, we found out that each coke refill cost $3! We literally had $27 worth of coca-cola on our bill!

This place is ridiculous down to the slow waitstaff and inflated prices. New York city has far better to offer - don't waste your time or money here.

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★★☆☆☆

We came to this restaurant for Thanksgiving dinner and were expecting a great meal. The dinner was a three-course fixed menu at a set price of $50. We knew this before setting up the reservation. When we got to the restaurant, we were quickly seated, which was great - unfortunately, things went downhill from there. It took ten minutes for the waitress to get our drink order and another ten minutes to actually receive it. We got our food pretty quickly but had to ask multiple times for refills for cokes and it took about ten minutes apiece to receive them. The food, while not bad, was certainly nothing to brag about and definitely not worth the $50 a plate. When we received the bill, we found out that each coke refill cost $3! We literally had $27 worth of coca-cola on our bill!

This place is ridiculous down to the slow waitstaff and inflated prices. New York city has far better to offer - don't waste your time or money here.

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went to brunch last weekend though we haven't been there since we lived in Bklyn.

Good service - had the brunch prix fixe of Eggs Benedict, crossaint , OJ, coffee

$35 pre-tip for 2 is good, though too crowded to sit outside (weather was perfect, we sat near the door in the barroom which was fine

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★★★★☆

went to brunch last weekend though we haven't been there since we lived in Bklyn.

Good service - had the brunch prix fixe of Eggs Benedict, crossaint , OJ, coffee

$35 pre-tip for 2 is good, though too crowded to sit outside (weather was perfect, we sat near the door in the barroom which was fine

Pros: Coffee and fresh squeezed OJ - ham on benedict was very good, service friendly not overbearing

Cons: None

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I found the brunch here to be average. The pancakes were good but the side ham was bland..along with their coffee. Their brunch screwdriver was made with fresh orange juice which perked up the flavor. Our waitress was forgetful and distracted. She gave our check to another table and took twenty minutes to give us our receipt. I wont be going back.

1
★★★☆☆

I found the brunch here to be average. The pancakes were good but the side ham was bland..along with their coffee. Their brunch screwdriver was made with fresh orange juice which perked up the flavor. Our waitress was forgetful and distracted. She gave our check to another table and took twenty minutes to give us our receipt. I wont be going back.

Pros: fruit and pancakes

Cons: everything else!

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Cornelia Street Cafe is truly a wonderful treat. The food is always excellent and the service is very friendly. The cozy feel of this restaurant has made it my favorite West Village eatery. I've eaten here at least 10 times and would definitely recommend it as a great neighborhood restaurant. If you're going to Cornelia Street I recommed the steamed mussels or the Maine Crab cake to start. My favorite entree is a toss up between their hazelnut pork loin, served with an apple pear chutney sauce, and their lobster ravioli. I think Cornelia Street is the perfect place to share a meal with a friend.

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★★★★★

Cornelia Street Cafe is truly a wonderful treat. The food is always excellent and the service is very friendly. The cozy feel of this restaurant has made it my favorite West Village eatery. I've eaten here at least 10 times and would definitely recommend it as a great neighborhood restaurant. If you're going to Cornelia Street I recommed the steamed mussels or the Maine Crab cake to start. My favorite entree is a toss up between their hazelnut pork loin, served with an apple pear chutney sauce, and their lobster ravioli. I think Cornelia Street is the perfect place to share a meal with a friend.

Pros: Cozy, Great Food, Friendly Service, Live Entertainment

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I consider myself to be somewhat of a brunch connoisseur, and this is by far and away my favorite brunch in NYC. Its cozy and light (all floor to ceiling windows) breakfast room or pavement seating on this quiet block-long street is the perfect setting for brunch in the Village. The food cannot be topped (Farmer's Breakfast and Huevos Rancheros, among my favorites). The food is fresh and inventive. Lastly, the value is what keeps me coming back week after week. This is probably THE BEST priced all-inclusive brunches in the city -- a steal at around $15.

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★★★★★

I consider myself to be somewhat of a brunch connoisseur, and this is by far and away my favorite brunch in NYC. Its cozy and light (all floor to ceiling windows) breakfast room or pavement seating on this quiet block-long street is the perfect setting for brunch in the Village. The food cannot be topped (Farmer's Breakfast and Huevos Rancheros, among my favorites). The food is fresh and inventive. Lastly, the value is what keeps me coming back week after week. This is probably THE BEST priced all-inclusive brunches in the city -- a steal at around $15.

Pros: Ambiance, Food, Value

Cons: Back room is dark and bland

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My wfe and I were wandering around the Village last Sunday aroung 11 am when she saw people sitting outside from down the block so we went there for breakfast on a lark. We sat outside, next to the door and we both had the brunch; coffee, croissants, Bloddy Marys and rancheros (my wife had the omelet of the day full of veggies and stuff). The service was very friendly and good, the food was fantastic, the brunch was 32 dollars for the two of us. This was my experience. Do the NYC math. This place is a gem.

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★★★★★

My wfe and I were wandering around the Village last Sunday aroung 11 am when she saw people sitting outside from down the block so we went there for breakfast on a lark. We sat outside, next to the door and we both had the brunch; coffee, croissants, Bloddy Marys and rancheros (my wife had the omelet of the day full of veggies and stuff). The service was very friendly and good, the food was fantastic, the brunch was 32 dollars for the two of us. This was my experience. Do the NYC math. This place is a gem.

Pros: service, food and value, great outside seats.

Cons: none

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Lunch (a chicken sandwich on baguette with fries) was decent, brunch (dry, hard pancakes) was pretty bad. I respect the fact that Cornelia Street cafe is a village institution and I love that they promote painters, writers, and musicians, but I don't think it's worth it to come here for the food. Bread with brunch, listed as "chocolate bread," actually turned out to be two of Amy's (a bakery around the corner)challah/chocolate chunk breadsticks stuck together--and cut in half to make a square. That was pretty poor, I thought, and weird. The nicest part of the restaurant is the bar/entrance room, where there are always people hanging out and chatting. However, it would be pretty uncomfortable and hectic to sit and eat in there when the restaurant is busy. It's a popular place-- due more to reputation than to great food or service.

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★★★☆☆

Lunch (a chicken sandwich on baguette with fries) was decent, brunch (dry, hard pancakes) was pretty bad. I respect the fact that Cornelia Street cafe is a village institution and I love that they promote painters, writers, and musicians, but I don't think it's worth it to come here for the food. Bread with brunch, listed as "chocolate bread," actually turned out to be two of Amy's (a bakery around the corner)challah/chocolate chunk breadsticks stuck together--and cut in half to make a square. That was pretty poor, I thought, and weird. The nicest part of the restaurant is the bar/entrance room, where there are always people hanging out and chatting. However, it would be pretty uncomfortable and hectic to sit and eat in there when the restaurant is busy. It's a popular place-- due more to reputation than to great food or service.

Pros: artsy vibe, charming street

Cons: sub-par food

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I go to the place 3 nights a week. It's right around the corner from my apartment, and although the food isn't the greatest in town, there is a nice sense of community and belonging...the way it used to be in the village.

1
★★★☆☆

I go to the place 3 nights a week. It's right around the corner from my apartment, and although the food isn't the greatest in town, there is a nice sense of community and belonging...the way it used to be in the village.

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We went back several times to give more chances to this place. We liked the food, the decor and the atmosphere. However, we were treated poorly all 4 times we went there. We had enough. Go there only if you are willing to accept rude and snob service. We'll never go back again.

1
★★☆☆☆

We went back several times to give more chances to this place. We liked the food, the decor and the atmosphere. However, we were treated poorly all 4 times we went there. We had enough. Go there only if you are willing to accept rude and snob service. We'll never go back again.

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My friend and I picked this place based on pure location - we had no idea what an amazing place it would turn out to be!!! The decor gives you the sensation of being in someones house for dinner, the food was incredible, and their staff was beyond upbeat and friendly. We asked a gentleman (turned out to be one of the owners) a question about the wine and he was so incredibly helpful and friendly. He not only made a few suggestions about wine but told us about some of the entertainment they have downstairs after 8:30! On the way out my friend and I made a reservation for our dinner club in February so we can share this gem with our friends!

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★★★★★

My friend and I picked this place based on pure location - we had no idea what an amazing place it would turn out to be!!! The decor gives you the sensation of being in someones house for dinner, the food was incredible, and their staff was beyond upbeat and friendly. We asked a gentleman (turned out to be one of the owners) a question about the wine and he was so incredibly helpful and friendly. He not only made a few suggestions about wine but told us about some of the entertainment they have downstairs after 8:30! On the way out my friend and I made a reservation for our dinner club in February so we can share this gem with our friends!

Pros: decor, food, friendly staff

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I like the relaxed feeling of this place. I went to one of the reading series. It was lovely and I was given a free glass of wine with my cover charge. A free drink in NYC, it's about time. When I was waiting for the series, they gave me chips and salsa, almost insisting I eat something. LOL. Just precious.

2
★★★★★

I like the relaxed feeling of this place. I went to one of the reading series. It was lovely and I was given a free glass of wine with my cover charge. A free drink in NYC, it's about time. When I was waiting for the series, they gave me chips and salsa, almost insisting I eat something. LOL. Just precious.

Pros: good service, free drink, good series

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Cornelia Street Cafe is always pleasant. The brunch is delicious and a great value. It's right around the corner from my apartment and always my first choice to take visitors and friends alike. Great relaxing outdoor seating in the summer and cute interior for a casual dinner.

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★★★★★

Cornelia Street Cafe is always pleasant. The brunch is delicious and a great value. It's right around the corner from my apartment and always my first choice to take visitors and friends alike. Great relaxing outdoor seating in the summer and cute interior for a casual dinner.

Pros: Atmosphere, Brunch special, Outdoor seating

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The warm goat cheese salad would be worth crossing the Atlantic for! I stopped by after a long day of shopping and sat outside with my dog. They brought her water and could not have been nicer. It is the perfect little neighborhood bistro and I will be coming back even though I don't live in the neighborhood and will have to take a cab. I am anxious to try brunch!

2
★★★★★

The warm goat cheese salad would be worth crossing the Atlantic for! I stopped by after a long day of shopping and sat outside with my dog. They brought her water and could not have been nicer. It is the perfect little neighborhood bistro and I will be coming back even though I don't live in the neighborhood and will have to take a cab. I am anxious to try brunch!

Pros: Great Food, Friendly Service, Allow Nice dogs

Cons: Not close to my apt.

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Cornelia's was cozy and inviting, and the service was great. Cute place for a small group or a quiet date. The salmon is cooked to perfection and the chilean wine is great.

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★★★★☆

Cornelia's was cozy and inviting, and the service was great. Cute place for a small group or a quiet date. The salmon is cooked to perfection and the chilean wine is great.

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A sure bet every time. Simple place, simple choices. If you're hungry, get the Prix fix--the chicken is incredible, and filling. Great wine list, good deserts--the brownie with carmel-espresso sauce is amazing. But seriously, its a great date place..(sit by the fireplace or the windows..)When you want a nice meal that won't break you for the rest of your evening, at a cozy little place thats not about 'the scene' go to Cornelia. You won't regret it.

2
★★★★★

A sure bet every time. Simple place, simple choices. If you're hungry, get the Prix fix--the chicken is incredible, and filling. Great wine list, good deserts--the brownie with carmel-espresso sauce is amazing. But seriously, its a great date place..(sit by the fireplace or the windows..)When you want a nice meal that won't break you for the rest of your evening, at a cozy little place thats not about 'the scene' go to Cornelia. You won't regret it.

Pros: Reasonably priced, Good food, Cozy

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Good food cozy setting- unless you are near the door- then you will freeze and no one cares (rememebr to ask to be sat in one of the back rooms when making reservations in the winter). Very attentive service and a fun wine list that will appeal to all tastes and budgets.

2
★★★★☆

Good food cozy setting- unless you are near the door- then you will freeze and no one cares (rememebr to ask to be sat in one of the back rooms when making reservations in the winter). Very attentive service and a fun wine list that will appeal to all tastes and budgets.

Pros: interesting specials, reasonable prices

Cons: Cold bar area

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Have been itching to try this place for awhile, and finally got there on a rainy night. Good service, food well executed but not terribly earth shattering...and while not extensive, enough choices on menu for all types. We probably should have stuck w/the prix fixe -- at 19.97 a fabulous deal, but instead went w/a la carte, which wasn't bad, though portions on smallish side...but adequate when you added the salads and dessert we split as well. Definitely romantic in the rain, but avoid sitting near large groups, or groups w/lots of noisy kids/adults if you can. :)

2
★★★★☆

Have been itching to try this place for awhile, and finally got there on a rainy night. Good service, food well executed but not terribly earth shattering...and while not extensive, enough choices on menu for all types. We probably should have stuck w/the prix fixe -- at 19.97 a fabulous deal, but instead went w/a la carte, which wasn't bad, though portions on smallish side...but adequate when you added the salads and dessert we split as well. Definitely romantic in the rain, but avoid sitting near large groups, or groups w/lots of noisy kids/adults if you can. :)

Pros: Ambience, Food

Cons: Limited menu, Portion size, Value

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A great place for a dinner with a friend or a date. Get a table by the windows in the summer - feels like you're eating on the sidewalk without having everyone be on top of you. The menu is a bit small, but the choices are all strong. The spinach salad and the mussels are both good choices. The service is leisurely without being bad and the waiters are very friendly. The wine specials can't be beat - interesting bottles with lite prices. Definitely stop by!

2
★★★★☆

A great place for a dinner with a friend or a date. Get a table by the windows in the summer - feels like you're eating on the sidewalk without having everyone be on top of you. The menu is a bit small, but the choices are all strong. The spinach salad and the mussels are both good choices. The service is leisurely without being bad and the waiters are very friendly. The wine specials can't be beat - interesting bottles with lite prices. Definitely stop by!

Pros: moderate prices, cute atmosphere, seating

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Cornelia Street Cafe offers a nice dining experience. The menu offers few ordering options but the quality is good. Strongly recommend the Thai seafood soup with tomato/basil salad.

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★★★★☆

Cornelia Street Cafe offers a nice dining experience. The menu offers few ordering options but the quality is good. Strongly recommend the Thai seafood soup with tomato/basil salad.

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Went there last thursday to hear my friend Jason Shain play. Nice little set up down stairs for a small crowd. The place makes you feel like you are amongst friends. Jason Shain Rocks!

2
★★★★★

Went there last thursday to hear my friend Jason Shain play. Nice little set up down stairs for a small crowd. The place makes you feel like you are amongst friends. Jason Shain Rocks!

 

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