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Michael's Genuine Food & Drink
Posted by mgpi on 07/20/2009
Loved it... Found our server to be very informative without being pushy... the tuna tar tar was excellent. The pastrami & burrata were mouth watering... We had the sweet breads and they were just okay, but the pig head fritters were excellent.... They tasted like pork cakes.... Sadly we were to full for dessert. We ordered an expresso with whip cream.. It was excellent the coffee the serve is organic and by far one of the best coffee we have tasted in the states... will be back soon... The atmosphere was also very nice.. Very NYC.....
Posted by P. Lou on 05/27/2009
The atmosphere is quite nice but the food was rather disappointing. The House Roasted Sliced Turkey, turns out to be bland deli meat, not even close to the quality of Boar's Head. If they don't have real roasted turkey breast, they should take it off their menu.
Posted by Nice concept on 01/03/2009
Menu is cool. I went with a group of five and we shared a lot of their items. The Octopus was fantastic and the service was also pretty good
Posted by Steph C. on 05/28/2008
My boyf took me here after I signed my lease in a new condo in midtown miami... we loved the decor and atmosphere... we just moved from NYC so we're desperate to find nice little hot spots in the area which are more plentiful in NYC... The food was okay, but nothing I would brag about. I only had a salad (cobb) which was okay and my boyfriend had the shrimp pizza which was a bit too oily. Otherwise, we would go back to try something else on the menu. We also sat a very weird but cool table made out of a tree log. This might have been my favorite part of the meal...
Posted by Harry Hoody on 08/30/2007
Chatting with Michael made the meal quite special. Starters: Tuna tartar - seems to be everywhere, this was stood out because of pairing with grapefruit segments. Chicken liver crostini - caramelized onions good, minerally taste of chicken pate, disgusting...still don't know why anyone would eat this. Deviled eggs - okay, can't hold a candle to Prime 112's. Dinners: Stuffed onion - absolutely fabulous, great mix of flavors of the lamb, sweet onion and spices. Braised pork shoulder - meat fall apart tender and succulent, wonderful, side of cheese grits could use some Southernfication...way too watery. Dessert: Banana panini - very tasty, comes with rich chocolate sauce for smothering. Bread reminds me of french toast. Overall, I would go back, but probably not for dinner. This is a great place to get bar snacks while sipping of fine beers or wine.
Posted by Snacky on 08/15/2007
Disappointing. Chef Michael Schwartz's new "in-spot" doesn't live up to his name, and despite its seeming casual concept, you'll still rack up a hefty check. Without drinks, this turned out to be about $60 per person, for good, but not great cuisine. My dessert (Lemon-Polenta Cake) was inedible.