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Honey's Sit 'n Eat
Posted by A L on 02/01/2009
I'm sorry to see some people have had bad experiences at Honey's. Our frequent visits have never been anything but delicious and enjoyable. We tend to eat dinner at Honey's to avoid the brunch crowd, but we do eat brunch there occasionally as well. The servers recognize us and are always friendly and attentive. I'm also not sure how their menu could be considered "pricey." You get what you pay for in this world. The food is excellent, so much so that we always have trouble deciding what to order. I've never walked out of Honey's feeling like I didn't get my money's worth. If you're not willing to pay for great food, just eat at home or go to a "diner" where you can get low-quality food and terrible service (and you'll still spend almost as much as you would at Honey's). Honey's is by far our favorite restaurant in the city, for brunch or dinner. Times being what they are right now, we can't go as frequently as we would like, but if we decide to splurge on a night out for dinner, Honey's is the clear choice. Enjoy!
Posted by West Philly guy on 01/23/2009
I've gone to Honey's so many times, and it's always been tasty. I'm vegetarian, and I still haven't tried everything veggie on the menu b/c I am always torn between trying something new and getting the delicious thing I had last time. It's a nice place and the staff are kind. I take friends here when they visit Philly, and everyone is always happy.
Posted by Skippy on 01/06/2009
I guess this is the new "hip" diner type spot in Northern Liberties? I haven't seen so many ironic mustaches and skinny jeans since the last time Animal Collective was in town. If you can get inside without an hour (or two!) wait on certain days, the food isn't that bad. The service was great, bringing us pleanty of bottomless coffee... which we were each charged $2.50 for? Personally, a 24 oz Wawa coffee is much tastier and a heck of a lot cheaper. The hallah french toast was quasi-authentic tasting and the organic bacon was bland and chewy. Also fairly pricey for the bang. The atmosphere was also a bit cramped. I couldn't decide if the howling wind (everytime someone opened the door) or the aging scenester complaining about his skateboard enduced back pain annoyed me more. All in all, not a bad spot if you get there on a quiet morning.
Posted by papo67 on 01/04/2009
I had the huevos ranchero excellent! I'll be back for dinner.
Posted by Zoe on 08/20/2008
The line outside is equal to the level of quality food this place serves. Your meal will be served with a smile, your meal will be underpriced, and you will sit in a hip, yet small-town feel of a diner that feels immediately like home.
Posted by jack cravelle on 08/05/2008
We ordered a salad and a brisket sandwich which we wanted to share the salad was excellent . Now to the sandwich,when I "attempted" to cut in in half I hit a large rock hard object in the bottom of the sandwich. I do not think a chisel could have cut thru this object. It was unappetizing at best. When the manager came to our table she said it was hardened cheese- a story I really don't believe.
Posted by jen on 07/18/2008
While it may slightly be on the pricy side- you can't beat home cooking and refils on the mac n cheese (or any side for that matter) and I love the vegetarian [select]ion. It's one of those few places where I really can't decide what to order because everything is so good and there are so many choices. I have been visiting since it first opened and it is good to see that the city has caught on...this place is as packed as any other great bruch spot on a Sunday afternoon. I highly reccommend Honey's! It is a great place to take your family when they are visiting and you are dealing with a variety of food preferences and picky eaters.