Originally founded in 1938, Brasserie 214 was known as the New Hyde Park Inn. After extensive renovations to the Inn's event facility in 2007, Brasserie 214 has become Long Island's hottest bistro. We'll take you on a culinary road trip through Europe, making stops in France, Northern Italy, ...
Create your own with choice of two: Spinach, Ham,Mushrooms, Leeks, Tomatoes, Peppers, Onions and eitherAmerican, Cheddar or Gruyere Cheese Egg Whites Only for $1 extra. $14. Eggs Benedict. $14. Two poached eggs with Canadian bacon. on a toasted English muffin with Hollandaise sauce with Smoked ...
Eatery at the Inn at New Hyde Park with dishes from France, Italy, Germany, Belgium & Scandinavia.- Google
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3 years ago
They pour cheaper liquor into nice bottles, twice i ordered Jameson neat, twice they gave me something else and when I raised the issue a trashy mid-40s female bartender was extremely rude saying "we don't do that anymore" I drink jameson on the regular, i know my whiskeys. If I'm paying for Grey Goose and they're serving Georgi watered down, then I might have paid for filet mingion and gotten rump roast