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It's more of a nouvelle-cuisine starter course than a square meal.
The oddest thing about this sweet but not entirely satisfying documentary is how little food is involved.
This lively, absorbing documentary about best friends who open a tiny cafe in the heart of Brooklyn is full of such mouth-watering shots of cooking and eating that a jumbo-sized popcorn and pallid soda simply won't do.
Serves a full course meal in Restaurant 101.
So, how's the food? The camera never even goes up close. That's the kind of restaurant documentary this is.
A documentary with a terrific name but a blurry premise.
Everyone who ever thought about opening a restaurant should watch Eat This New York.
***** ***** *****.
Entrepreneurs are what the U.S. is all about: This doc provides a nice take on what it takes to risk all for a business vision.
The documentary is all over the place but for anybody who has ever sneaked a peak at the Food Network, there is bound to be a morsel or two in this dish that's to your liking.
The treatment is so meandering and flaccid that what might have been a spicy study of service capitalism instead proves a decidedly bland dish.
This unfocused and at times obnoxious movie comes off more like an excuse for directors Andrew Rossi and Kate Novack to kiss up to swankier Manhattan restaurateurs.
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