New York, NY, New York
June 7, 2004
The food is easily recommendable, and runs the gamut from all types of pizzas and calzones to salads and pastas. Not much innovation here, but who needs it? There is also a bar, and the place is rumored to get a bit wild late at night.
The waitresses are absolutely stunning and I think a few were taller than me--and I'm 6'1" (185 cm). The service is good not only in the visual sense, however. Other than being polite and quick, which is all one can ask, they were forgiving of my human errors: when I accidentally ordered a calzone with pork in it, which I do not eat, they replaced it without charging me, which I would have expected and accepted.
Prices were very reasonable for an American, with main dishes costing between 10 and 20 pesos.
From journal Mercosur '03: A bus trip through hyperinflation