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Posted by Caretaker on 01/01/2014
I have never been to three G's and I had to pick some rating for all of the above But I can tell you I WILL NEVER patronize their restaurant. I am a caretaker for a 98 year old man , he will be 99 in 10 days. He almost never leaves his house and eats the same food he asks me to prepare for him. yesterday was New Year's Eve and I was asked to bring him to three G's he really wanted a brisket on rye. I had no idea what their hours were . We arrived just before 3:30 there were lots of staff behind the counter . My gentleman asked for a sandwich ( the doors were open) and was promptly told they were closed . I asked if they could possibly make one sandwich since all the slicers had not been finished yet and they were EXTREMELY rude , I mentioned I drove him there and didn't realize they closed at three. I was just flabbergasted at how rude they were about the situation.
Posted by Minglewood on 04/20/2013
There was nothing, I mean absolutely nothing good to say about this place. A disappoinating dining? experience from the 40 minute wait, to non existent waitress, to them being out of butter? Are you kidding me... We had a small bowl of it for our entire party until the waitress took it from us and gave it to another table. When we said something to her she brought it back. She said that was all that was left in the place. I ordered brisket.. I'm still not sure what I got. It was dried out, tasteless, looked like very thin sliced roast beef. It was inedible. I retuned it after 2 bites. There are so many other better deli's in town.
Posted by Susan on 04/14/2013
We had a disappointing experience today because of an inept manager. After waiting 20 minutes for a table, we were seated. We were a party of 5 and were looking forward to a leisurely brunch. After being served our meal and relaxing over a cup of coffee, the manager came over to our table and started adding chairs. He informed us another party was in a hurry and waiting for our table. Additionally, one of the members of that party walked towards our table and just stared at us. I was extremely annoyed and when I spoke with the manager, he just shrugged his shoulders and said this other party was giving him a difficult time. Because of this extremely uncomfortable experience, it will be a long time before I return. This restaurant needs to hire a manager that can control his customers and appreciate customers that are already seated.
Posted by Marvin Yale on 04/23/2011
You just cannot beat 3G's except if you live in NYC. Their Hot Pastrami on their own baked rye bread is outstanding. The complete meal from soup to desert including beverage is a great value. Be prepared to wait a minimum of 30 minutes at meal times as it it always a wait even when the snow birds leave. You will not be disappointed here.
Posted by Garth on 01/26/2010
The best deli in south florida. Bar none. Extensive menu. Be prepared to wait for a table but it is all part of the experience.
Posted by rls on 06/15/2009
We ate here twice when visiting my parents. The first time I had smoked fish salad platter and really enjoyed it while my husband had some pretty decent blintzes. Second time I tried an omelet because they looked so good on everyone else's plate. Not as good as it looked or maybe I just ordered the wrong one, but the food is fresh, portion sizes are generous.
Posted by Lillian on 05/18/2009
This deli is much better than the others in the area. The overstuffed sandwiches are served with a smile and a bowl of pickles ! There is always a line to get seated, but, it is worth the wait