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12 oysters & Martini $20
Dozen east coast oysters & martini or house champagne $20 alll day everyday
EATS Shrimp Salad
Sauted Shrimp, Roasted Corn, Green Beans, Mixed Greens
Crispy Salmon Filet
Warm Red Quinoa & Israeli Couscous Salad, Parsley Oil
Ground Lamb Burger
Herbed Steak Fries, Pico De Gallo, Toasted Pretzel Bun
Waiter was overly solicitous and at the same time unhelpful & unaccommodating
Have never been dissappointed. Food and service always excellent!!!
Lovely place for brunch. Great service. Good value. Good food. I'd go back in an instant!
Very good place and helpful server. Food was good. fried oyster was excellent along with veg burger. I do not recommend the kale salad - was not dressed right and didn't taste great. Otherwise overall experience was terrific!
As always, we enjoyed our time at Eats. The entire staff are always on point. A special Shout Out to Brie and Joanna. Thanks for an amazing evening.
Great service and food, generous portions. Will come back!
large portions, good fries, quiet for lunch
Solid 3.5 stars
Food was excellent. Have been here numerous times...always really tasty. Server was super friendly, attentive and helpful.
great turkey burger
delicious grilled cauliflower
Good beyond burger
Nice lunch on Christmas Day with family. Nice brunch menu
Everyone o. Our party was happy
Great beyond burger and turkey burger
wish they had better wines
sides are cheap!!
brussel sprouts too big and too chewey
Eats is our, go to place, when in New York City. They offer an early bird special, on one of our favorite seafood dishes, succulent, Blue Point Oysters, on the half shell, accompanied with dry Martinis. Our server, Daniel, was friendly, attentive and efficient.
Turkey burger with onions was delicious
toasted cauliflower could have been crisper
need a better selection of wines
beyond burger very goof
A neighborhood restaurant with a limited menu. Expensive for what it delivers.
Food was. Yummy & affordable. Service was great too. Thanks
There are very good hamburgers, including vegetarian ones including an "Impossible" burger that was pronounced "delicious" by its consumer. The regular beef burger that I had was cooked to order: medium rare. Service was prompt and attentive, but then the restaurant was very quiet at lunch. A decent selection of brews and some wine. All-in-all, a very nice casual eatery.
Food was subpar and environment has seen better days
Vegetarian burger really good
Excellent for lunch meeting. Quite, Food was excellent as was service. Convenient location for me.
The menu is not what is on OpenTable. So when we got there we were very disappointed that the prices were wrong, items were missing and nothing looked appealing.
The wait-staff are very attentive; unfortunately the kitchen is bush-league. Al dente Spaghetti is not in their lexicon. French fries are average or less. All in all Eat represents uninspired cooking. However, the price point for all this was not commensurate with the mediocre food.
Good hamburgers , great fries. An everyday place w limited menu nothing fancy but a casual place and relaxing?
They have what is called an "Impossible Burger" which is a plant based burger that is awesome! I'll go back just for that.
Friendly staff and good food keep me coming back! :)
Atención very good, return of time an time , no disturbios, excelent flavor and presentación th e dishes
I just need to start with the fact that the servers are very friendly, and the food came out promptly, and was correct. I ordered their version of a Moscow Mule, and it was very watery. Couldn't taste the alcohol or the ginger beer, which was also flat. Not thrilled for $15. Ordered a burger medium, which arrived well done (same happened last time I was there), but the house fries were very good. Overall in my opinion, it ended up being too pricey for the quality. It was also very warm in the dining room near the windows.
We had a chance to get brunch at a fine establishment. Normally the corner seat would be awesome but the dusty window frames that were placed too close to our table was the only downside of our visit to Eats. Besides the poor choice of table, everything else was great.
My new favorite place to catch up with a friend! It's not loud, and not expensive but the food is GREAT!
It was a nice meal, and the prices were reasonable. The waiter was very nice, and the other employees were friendly as well.
The cafe itself is a little rundown. The chairs were wobbly, and the walls were dirty. Time for a refresh.
It was a slow afternoon. Service was leisurely and the food was ok. Good French Onion soup, but my wife's ground chicken burger was so-so. Interior looked somewhat shopworn and scuffed. Nothing special, so I wouldn't go out of my way to return.
The restaurant was nice enough but there was very little AC and it was a hot night. The food was pretty good but we had oysters and burgers and I thought the price for the burgers was pretty high. The buns were like the buns you buy at the grocery store. Expensive even by NYC standards. Service was pretty good.
We really enjoyed the oysters and signature martinis. The muscles with home made french fries were really good as well as shrimps from the appetizers menu. I would definitely recommend this restaurant .
Service was attentive and atmosphere was so nice on a hot Sunday afternoon with their windows open. Too bad the food was so awful. My Eggs Benedict were on English muffins like hockey pucks and the salmon that came with it was so salty it was almost inedible. The eggs were poached but cooked very hard. The sautéed spinach was definitely frozen.
Even the French press coffee, normally a treat in a restaurant, tasted reused and stale.
For a restaurant that could be a neighborhood staple they need to improve the food quality significantly.
Food was average, restaurant could have been cleaner and cooler, service was ok, but $110+ for a couple of hamburgers, shrimp cocktail and two drinks.