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I went there for Easter Dinner and the pork chops were quite tasty. The ambience is nice too. While our waiter ran away for long periods of time, overall the experience was good.

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I went there for Easter Dinner and the pork chops were quite tasty. The ambience is nice too. While our waiter ran away for long periods of time, overall the experience was good.

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this is the place if you want to feel like your dining at an Inn upstate. my family had our thanksgiving dinner here this year instead of home (because having it at home would have been too painful due to a then recent loss) and i couldnt have been happier with the meal. ive eaten here a couple times and its always been good.

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this is the place if you want to feel like your dining at an Inn upstate. my family had our thanksgiving dinner here this year instead of home (because having it at home would have been too painful due to a then recent loss) and i couldnt have been happier with the meal. ive eaten here a couple times and its always been good.

Pros: reliable, comforting, rustic

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Jaw-dropping incivility, I was speechless. We had a friend drop in to join a four person group at Sunday brunch. Because there's a line on Sundays, she told the manager she was just saying hi, she wasn't cutting in line by ordering anything. She asked for only a glass of water, and the waitress refused, to her face, twice. Ten minutes later the manager relented and dropped off a glass of water with an upturned nose. Against my better judgment, we left a tip. I'm still astonished. I thought diva-like tantrums were confined to Hollywood, this was just insulting. Not going back.

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Jaw-dropping incivility, I was speechless. We had a friend drop in to join a four person group at Sunday brunch. Because there's a line on Sundays, she told the manager she was just saying hi, she wasn't cutting in line by ordering anything. She asked for only a glass of water, and the waitress refused, to her face, twice. Ten minutes later the manager relented and dropped off a glass of water with an upturned nose. Against my better judgment, we left a tip. I'm still astonished. I thought diva-like tantrums were confined to Hollywood, this was just insulting. Not going back.

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warm & cozy on a cold winter day! A country home setting. made me feel inviting and comfortable. friendly staff. Quiet spot away from the noise and crowds. A nice romantic spot for couples.

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warm & cozy on a cold winter day! A country home setting. made me feel inviting and comfortable. friendly staff. Quiet spot away from the noise and crowds. A nice romantic spot for couples.

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Comfort food at it's best!!!
Excellent food and a great atmosphere - just try to avoid sitting right by the stairs and kitchen - very busy.

Friend of a Farmer makes you feel like you stepped out of Manhattan into New Hampshire! Great place and the servers are very attentive.

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Comfort food at it's best!!!
Excellent food and a great atmosphere - just try to avoid sitting right by the stairs and kitchen - very busy.

Friend of a Farmer makes you feel like you stepped out of Manhattan into New Hampshire! Great place and the servers are very attentive.

Pros: Fast, Comfortable, Good Service

Cons: Loud, Busy, Expensive

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After being seated promptly we were served complimentary fresh-baked cornbread with apple cinnamon topping, delicious. The tuna steak is outstanding, the pasta with shrimp in red sauce was decent and the salmon was also superb. The apple brown betty was to-die-for. A pitcher of sangria and we had an EXCELLENT dinner. Went for breakfast also recently, better for dinner. Enjoy!

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After being seated promptly we were served complimentary fresh-baked cornbread with apple cinnamon topping, delicious. The tuna steak is outstanding, the pasta with shrimp in red sauce was decent and the salmon was also superb. The apple brown betty was to-die-for. A pitcher of sangria and we had an EXCELLENT dinner. Went for breakfast also recently, better for dinner. Enjoy!

Pros: Awesome Cornbread, Awesome Sangria

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What a shame the food is so very mediocre. It's location and feel had me so excited. But after two very disappointing eating experiences, I won't be going back.

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What a shame the food is so very mediocre. It's location and feel had me so excited. But after two very disappointing eating experiences, I won't be going back.

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This is one of my favourite brunch spots!Brunch starts off with complimentary homemade corn bread,which is absolutely lovely.I recommend the cinnamon raisin french toast with strawberries and caramel sauce.the wait wasnt too long.20 minutes.which is pretty standard for most sunday brunch places in new york.meal prices are very decent too.the wait staff are pretty friendly.the atmosphere is very rustic and romantic with wooden floors and a fireplace.highly recommended!

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This is one of my favourite brunch spots!Brunch starts off with complimentary homemade corn bread,which is absolutely lovely.I recommend the cinnamon raisin french toast with strawberries and caramel sauce.the wait wasnt too long.20 minutes.which is pretty standard for most sunday brunch places in new york.meal prices are very decent too.the wait staff are pretty friendly.the atmosphere is very rustic and romantic with wooden floors and a fireplace.highly recommended!

Pros: romantic, inexpensive

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love... love... loooove this place! It's on a beautiful tree-lined street in the Gramercy area. The wait for brunch is on avg. 20-30 minutes/weekends... but oh so worth it! Their pumpkin waffles are fabolicious and the omelettes are heavenly! The hot dishes are served in a cast-iron frying pan with a side of friendliness from the waitstaff. And, although a lil' tight, the atmosphere is just so cozy. I've been to Paris Commune, Norma's, Sarabeth's, etc. ... this is by far my fav!

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love... love... loooove this place! It's on a beautiful tree-lined street in the Gramercy area. The wait for brunch is on avg. 20-30 minutes/weekends... but oh so worth it! Their pumpkin waffles are fabolicious and the omelettes are heavenly! The hot dishes are served in a cast-iron frying pan with a side of friendliness from the waitstaff. And, although a lil' tight, the atmosphere is just so cozy. I've been to Paris Commune, Norma's, Sarabeth's, etc. ... this is by far my fav!

Pros: cozy atmosphere, superb brunch, friendly waitstaff

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I went to this restaurant for the first time last weekend. It was the best brunch I have ever had! The service was wonderful - the wait-staff delightful and accomodating. I recommend the mimosa with poached eggs, toast and bacon to accompany the sassy smiles of the hosts. You will go crazy over the homemade breads that grace every table. My meal was absolutely scrumptious...and I must say the same for the manager's son who escorted me to my table!!! A must eat! PK Darringer

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I went to this restaurant for the first time last weekend. It was the best brunch I have ever had! The service was wonderful - the wait-staff delightful and accomodating. I recommend the mimosa with poached eggs, toast and bacon to accompany the sassy smiles of the hosts. You will go crazy over the homemade breads that grace every table. My meal was absolutely scrumptious...and I must say the same for the manager's son who escorted me to my table!!! A must eat! PK Darringer

Pros: good-looking staff

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