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The food is standard but solid American. Food. Nothing fancy but the menu is full of favorites. Pleasent. Service and very fair prices. You will not be unhappy but nothing special. Rekindling able and predictable
We've eaten here several times in the past year, most recently for a quick lunch. The place was jammed but they found room for two more hungry people. Lenox Hill offers what I would call a totally classic American diner menu - burgers and fries...More
We stopped in here for drinks the other evening and found this brightly lit place most welcoming. We didn’t want any food, but that wasn’t a problem. Wines by the glass and several beers available. It ended up our friends ordered a veggie sandwich to...More
Lots of service staff, all stopping at the same tables, hoping to be helpful, one not recognizing menu items. A glass of Chardonnay was fine; instructions not to bring my Veggie Burger with Cheese (good, except for a bun which disintegrated after two bites) until...More
We had two Louisiana burgers with fries and they were delicious and huge. We would've liked to try the cheesecake but we were so full. The place is what I have in mind when I think of a traditional American diner. Small tables, a bar,...More
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