Results 1-4of 4 Reviews
Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
March 16, 2011
New York, New York
July 23, 2009
Washington, District of Columbia
February 24, 2002
For breakfast, choose from fresh muffins (my favorite: banana blueberry bran toasted and buttered) that taste nothing like the gross Starbucks super-processed kind to a full Grey Dogs breakfast with eggs, pancakes, hash brown potatoes and bacon or sausage. Grey Dog has the full range of espresso drinks, teas and smoothies.
At other points in the day, choose from an eclectic array of sandwiches (everything from PB&J through veggie options like roasted peppers or portobello mushrooms, burgers too), soups, quiches, salads and more.
Grey Dog is a great option for an evening social outing - they serve a nice selection of beers and wines.
Part of the atmosphere are both the musical selections (David Grey, some days; Alicia Keys others) and featured artwork. Grey Dog has a rotating art exhibition and the display pieces are for sale.
Finally, as the name implies, your dog is welcome at Grey Dog as long as he or she is well-behaved. The staff keeps a jar of dog biscuits on hand as treats for those who don't bark.
To get there, take the A, B, C, D, E, F or Q to Washington Square Park OR the 1/9 trains to Christopher Street. Carmine joins Bleecker and 7th Avenue South. Best accessed via the intersection of 6th Avenue and Bleecker Street.
From journal At home in NYC
Santa Monica, California
October 23, 2000
From journal Manhattan Sweet Tooth