This is a teeny place with good pizza and good other dishes too, like eggplant parmesean, and baked pastas. Good place for a quick bite.
Great pizza - though not necessarily traditional. Very fresh toppings, good thin crust. No complaints here.
Okay, so you don't come here for the food. It's all about the atmosphere. Getting a table right on the river is what it's all about. The food... well, you just hope it's safe. I've never had a problem, but for some reason it's just not confidence instilling. Still, I love to go there.
I miss Barney Greengrass! (It's still there - we've just moved). This is THE place to get the best bagel with sable or lox or nova or any kind of smoked fish. Totally delicious.
A great place for a soothing bowl of matzoh ball soup, a big pastrami sandwich, or a big black+white cookie. Artie's hits the spot.
I loved this little cafe when I lived on the Upper West Side. They had great croissants and really good bread too.
Went here with some friends who are Chinese. We had a fantastic dim sum brunch here. Everything was really delicious. Service was good too. We'll definitely be back.
Before Olga opened her wonderful shop, I used to order soup from her catering kitchen every week. Oh, what wonderful soup it was!! And she used to send me other foods every now and then. She is a fantastic cook!! Now, her shop sells all that yummy stuff - I just wish it were in Park Slope!
I take both my cat and my dog to Prospect Park Animal Clinic and have been very happy there. They always discuss the options with me and have gone above and beyond to help me with a wierd thing that was happening with my cat (don't ask).
This place had it's time... but I think that time is over. They should now try to focus more on locally made food to be more in keeping with their name. It feels out of date. Food needs updating too.