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Tarzana, CA 91356
Estilo de comida:
Americana, Mexicana, Bar de Vinos
Horas de operación:
Lunch Tuesday - Friday 11am - 3pm. /Dinner: Monday - Friday 3:00pm - Close. Sat/Sun Dinner 3:00pm - Close. Sat Brunch and Lunch 10:00 to 3:00 /Sun Brunch and Lunch 11:00am - 3:00pm.
Happy Hour- Mon - Fri 3pm - 7pm
Sat 3pm - 7pm
Sun 3pm- Close (All Day!!)
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Opciones de pago
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Acceso para silla ruedas, Asientos en la barra, Banquete, Bar completo, Cargo por descorche, Cervezas, Comida para llevar, Hora feliz, Mesas en el exterior, Para no fumadores, Restaurante bar, Salón privado, Trae tu propio vino, Variedad, Vinos
The Bleeker Street - Permanently Closed calificaciones y reseñas
Apertisers were good calamari was great,eggplant humas was also good. service was good the main course was very bad. Two of us ordered the short ribs and you could not cut it with a sharp knife. Under cooked for hours. Salmon was just ok. If you go go for happy hour
We had eaten here a few times before, don't know if it is under new ownership, but the service was extremely amateur. Our waitress seemingly had no knowledge of proper serving technique--eg., she was unfamiliar with the menu, sloppy, reached across the table to serve and pour drinks. Food was ok, but it felt like some random people had taken over the restaurant and were pretending to be the servers. Disappointing. We won't be back.
We arrived at 7 ok on a Thursday night and literally were the only people in the restaurant. There was a strange smell and it was awkward to be the only diners! We decided not to stay for dinner. When we walked past the restaurant at 8:30 we popped in to see that there were only 2 tables seated. I have no idea how this restaurant can stay in business. I had been there several months ago and it wasn't crowded but there were some people there ! The food is average and now with no patrons I can't see how much longer they will last
Seems this once thriving neighborhood gem appears to be fledgling. At least the night we dined; a Tuesday around 7pm. Barely any patrons. The wait staff, while nice, seemed very much like support staff. Food was tasty, though a tad soggy. I used to love sitting at the community table and chatting with other diners, and we did sit st it, but there were no other diners. Sadly I would not return. Something felt off.
We celebrated Mother's Day there last Sunday. I'd picked the place as a sort of mid-way point between my sister-in-law's family and mine and because the menu looked like it would have something to satisfy the meat eaters as well as the vegetarians. Food was great, service professional and friendly and parking was easy. It's a great neighborhood spot!
Sorry to say that our Mother's Day dinner was not a good experience. Of course pleasing my mother and sister in laws was my primary goal ;I was given the task of finding a restaurant near my mother in law's home. All the restaurants on Open Table were booked until Monday!
I had been here years ago when it first opened hoping it would be a neighborhood gem.
The place was practically empty when we arrived at 5 pm.and when we left only a small handful more had arrived. I felt sorry for everyone. The food was okay and the price average. The service came with many apologies and excuses. Timing of the meals were all random. We left feeling underwhelmed, to be polite. Sorry. I wish I could have taken the time to research the reviews before hand. Lesson learned.
This restaurant used to be so busy, and now, the last few times I've been there it's almost empty. The food is less than mediocre. The server talked about the grill cheese lobster sandwich been so fantastic that people come just for that and we ordered it. It was absolutely tasteless and nothing like a grilled cheese sandwich. The only wonderful thing about this restaurant is the gentleman playing guitar. I don't think I'll be going back. They really need to take a serious look at why their business has dropped so drastically.
Despite having a 5:00 reservation, the doors were locked when I arrived. TVs were on but no one was there. I waited outside, and an employee came out. He indicated that they were closed, as the boss was done. As it was 5:00, and the sign clearly said they closed at 9:00, this was surprising. At best, they closed four hours early because of rain and were still accepting reservations. Yet, as of typing this at 8:00, they are still accepting reservations for tonight. Given the negative feedback, poor dining experiences seem far too common, and I probably had a better meal at a competitor.
Service was almost nonexistent. We were seated for over an hour before our party of 11 was even acknowledged. Finally our drink order was taken. Then it took another 10 to 15 minutes to get our drinks. The busboy did not seem to know what to do. The person who took our orders, after much prodding, had a poor attitude. Website reads "free glass of wine with any food purchase."
However, our server said that only applied to an entree. When we got our bill, the $2.00 per Happy Hour discount had not been applied to all of the Happy Hour purchases. I brought this to his attention and our final bill was reduced by $4.00.
Another group of ladies left the restaurant, without dining there, after a long wait.
We will not return.
Food was ok, not fabulous, hard to get our waiters attention because he was also the bar tender. Food took a while to come out. Was out of the dessert that we wanted to have, because it was not delivered from a different location. The lighting was too bright. I liked the decor from Bleekers better, and the menu
The new owners do not know how to run a restaurant. The owner is also the chef, bartender, server and has one busboy. He tries to push dessert and also his new breakfast menu that is somehow connected to Jinky's. My wine order was completely forgotten. This was always a place we could count on, but I don't think we're going back!
We used to go here all the time and it was always busy and delicious. What happened? The restaurant was empty the entire night. For an appetizer we ordered the hummus with pita - the pita had mold on it. They sent out fresh pita but why if your restaurant is empty wouldn't you send out your freshest food to begin with, the chef came out to apologize. I will never go back there again.
Haven't been here in several years and won't be back. Empty dining room at peak dinner time should have been a hint. glass of wine was clearly awful and I don't mean taste. It was clearly spoiled and should have never been served. Replacement was ok but surprised at the charge of $17 when if not on the house, should have not been more than the $11 for the bad wine. Salad ok and pizza, which is hard to ruin, was not fully cooked. Finally, despite empty tables, service was poor. Almost like the restaurant is going to close and the staff doesn't care.
This restaurant used to be so busy but it's gotten quiet… which was fine for me. We had a lovely dinner on the patio and the service was good. It seems to have improved from a few months ago when I felt it had lost its NYC vibe. It still hasn't gotten it back but I did enjoy my evening. I miss all the fun friendly waiters/actors, bartenders and the young edgy ambiance it used to have. It must have changed ownership since those days. The food is still great though and we had a delicious New York style pizza.
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