My boyfriend and I met up with his friends for dinner at Kennedy's. I was raised in NY and just the place's name tells me what I was in for; white, middle class, pub food and a wine list with most of the better wines out of stock due to not many customers ordering them by the glass so the establishment is not replenishing their stock too frequently. I could have had steak, fish, pasta, lamb chops or grilled chicken. I decided to be adventurous and try the chicken in a pastry puff. LOL! Yeah, it was just a heavy HotPocket with a side of nine greenbeans and a baked potatoe. For an app, I had the BBQ pulled pork wontons. It was a spoonful of shredded pork on top of a crispy, flattened wonton wrapper, then another, and another wonton. It was good, but I should have just ordered the appetizer. The dessert was pound cake with strawberries, who could screw that up? Well, the pound cake tasted like gingerbread, my companions kept inquiring about the taste after trying a forkful. I told them it's ginger. They didn't believe it and kept asking what the flavor was in the cake. Asking everyone at the table except the waitress. Ugh. This place gets away with this because Breezy Point is not really open to the Public. Get my drift? Popular with the over 50 crowd whose matriarchs are happy not to have to cook dinner for the family that evening.
Pros: Friendly Service
Cons: Food's not so great.