Despite having visited before for happy hour, the establishment was located in an alley and had excellent service. The waitstaff was welcoming and I enjoyed their pork belly buns and strawberry daze. My meat was tender and not overly spicy. I would definitely come back! Happy hour is between 5pm-7pm and the place is great, with both indoor and outdoor seating options available. It's also great for families.
The best place to grab a post-work snack and drink! They're also known for their excellent service. We highly recommend them. Manager Mickey and Steve are delightful hosts. Not to mention, Mr Mike is an avid swimmer! Happy times!
This establishment has a great vibe, with happy patrons and fantastic music. I'm planning to visit earlier today to see if the locals feel comfortable there. The current hours are at 8:30 or 9:00 pm, but as of now, it's not open during the day.
I've been craving delectable food and refreshing drinks, as well as quaint outdoor tables and welcoming bartenders. I can't wait to try more items from their menu! Thanks for the recommendation! Thank you so much!
Whether you're at home or away from home, happy hour is an amazing time of the week and especially the low prices on drinks. It's also a little-known gem in the middle of Manhattan with friendly bartenders like Minh, STEVE, and Cole.
During happy hour, we had delicious food options such as pork belly boa and pork stomach quesadilla. We also enjoyed tomato soup with grilled cheese. The place is well-known for its excellent service, music to enjoy while the game was played, and the fact that our indoor seating is heated, making it feel like staying in one of those cozy neighborhoods.
A small and pleasant place to visit, located on 16th and tomato alley, with parking available on the side streets and serving up food, beer, wine, and saki. The menu is moderately priced, but not heavy liquor. I decided to have a late night beer and ordered roasted pork belly bao, which was perfectly cooked and served with soft rolls of pork topped with sliced green onions, rhubarb, vinegar, salt, pepper, sugar,and onion relish. My meal included cold soup.
I came across reviews on yelp when this place was first introduced, and my coworker expressed interest in going here for a late snack and beer. The atmosphere is informal and friendly, with an assortment of beer on tap and cans (I enjoyed borraching at the three other breweries) and burgers and sandwiches. My colleague ended up ordering alcoholic beverages while I had fried chicken from their sandwich bar.
I remember the theme song from cheers where you wanted to be somewhere where everyone knew your name. This bar was a perfect fit, with opulent food and beer, wine, and cheese platters for dessert. It's like one of those "regulars" bars where people feel at home and are friendly.