What Our Customers Say
Matt is wonderful. We are so impressed by the service, amazing flavor in the food and atmosphere. We just moved to the neighborhood and I think we have found our favorite place!
Christine B. 3/29/13
Great food. Attentive services. Wonderful overall. Highly recommend their brunch and $10 bottomless mimosas.
Jeff R. 2/22/13 on Yelp
Tuesday night half-off bottles of wine was great, and listening to live jazz by guitarist Andy Brown made it even sweeter. We had dinner, and the food was good and reasonably priced. A party of $3 and 2 bottles of wine for less than $100? I’ll take it!
Eric X. 2/20/13 on Yelp
Really really good! The service there was great, and for brunch spot it wasn’t overly crowded with drunk/hungover college kids. I enjoyed my brunch surrounded by families. The beatty eggs benedict was amazing! Imagine a traditional eggs benedict. Ok… this was a southern remake of the classic brunch item. Jalapeno corn biscuits supported the pillar of smothered bbq pulled pork and poached egg. The whole thing was then anointed with a creamy hollandaise sauce. Coupled with rosemary potatoes.. this dish was superb! I would definitely go back!
Stephanie M. 2/18/13 on Yelp
My love of bottomless mimosas brought me here and I was not disappointed. I ordered the crab cakes which were really good, and like my girl sharee said the sauce is the bomb. I hate eggs and they were cool about letting me substitute things for the eggs; one time I went with double potatoes the next time I went with a bagel and cream cheese. Now back to the sauce. I put it on the crab cakes and the potatoes. Great place for a lazy day drinking brunch, I love it!
Lanik G. 1/27/13 on Yelp
Came here as a fall-back when the place we planned to go to was closed, and I couldn’t have been happier. As a veggie, I’m always a bit skeptical of pub-type menus, but was plesantly surprised with so many yummy sounding things to try. The fruit/yogurt/granola bowl was a nice size and very fresh; the salads all looked great and the quiche of the day (goat cheese, roasted red pepper and something else) sounded perfect… too bad I wasn’t in the mood for something that heavy, or the granola would have been passed over in a heartbeat! Prices totally reasonable, server couldn’t have been nicer. We were there early afternoon on a Saturday and it was almost empty; given the location it probably picks up closer to drinks and dinner hour.
Jodi D. 1/10/13 on Yelp
Broadway Cellars is one of the places I point to when I try and explain to my small(er)-town relatives that you can forge connections with people in the Big City. My husband & I started coming to BC ages ago for their great Thursday night fixed price menu deal; now we come every week (yes, I said ‘every’) for the food and the company. Sit at one of Anthony’s tables if you can & he’ll take great care of you, or sit at the bar and Amber or Leo will whip you up a tasty beverage to go with the conversation of the night. Oh, and the food is great too – the mussels are a great starter, the trout salad is my go-to for a light meal (get it w/ avocado) and both the salmon and the honey brined pork chop are consistently stellar entrees.
Broadway Cellars is a great neighborhood gem, so get in here! I’ll be sitting at the bar…
April K. 1/5/13 on Yelp
My review is based only on having dined here for brunch, but I have visited this place numerous times over the last couple of years. The food is generally quite scrumptious, however the consistency of the quality of said food (temperature, baking level, etc.) can be somewhat erratic. Generally you are almost guaranteed a very tasty meal. I highly recommend the salmon bennie, the breakfast pasta carbonara, and always get a side order of their fabulous bacon. The bottomless mimosa deal can’t be beat.
Some Sundays the wait can be extensive around noon or so, and other times you can walk right in without any problem. It’s best to call ahead if you have a large group.
Curtis H. 1/3/13 on Yelp