We slipped into this place late one Monday morning the day after gay pride, wanting only a place to chill and talk, and have some breakfast. However, the middle-aged presumably native New Yorkers running the place had native New Yorker attitudes that made it hard for me to relax and enjoy my blueberry pancakes, orange juice and coffee. Unfortunately, even that meager order cost a fortune. And when we were done and lingering over our coffee in a virtually empty restaurant, we were practically stared out of our booth. Over all, the food was ok. The decor is interesting yesteryear. The service was prompt. The price was unreasonable even for New York. And the attitude was terrible. Two stars based on food, price, and attitude. At least, they didn't keep us waiting.
Pros: War era decor
Cons: bad attitude, overpriced