A slice of don't bring your kids.... We had been going to Stabby's a couple times a month because we absolutley loved the food. It seemed to take the place of the old Uptown Bar. The service had always been lackluster, but it was overlooked sicne the omlets were drenched with the right amount of grease and hollandaise-until we brought our child there on a Sunday morning. We were told that there would be a wait, ok not a problem. We waited patiently for about 15 minutes. Another couple walked in with a child and was seated before us. We were told then that there was not a seat for our daughter and turned away. I lodged a complaint and did not even recieve an apology. Repulsive, I will never go there again. Do not take your children here. Only hiptsers are allowed I guess.
A slice of Michigan with Detroit- and Flint-style hot dogs.. This unassuming corner on Cedar and 42nd is home to little local gems serving up hearty comfort food and piled-high breakfast fare. Stabby’s (I know--best name ever) has entered the fray with a small, diner-style joint that aims to be Mecca for hot dog and breakfast fanatics. The only frills come on the hot dogs and pancakes at Stabby’s. Tables here are old-school cafeteria-style and decorated with silver napkin holders. You’ll need those napkins, too. Because the dogs at Stabby’s come covered with finger-lickin’ things like cheese, chili, onions, sauerkraut, Flint-style Coney sauce and even Cheez Whiz.
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