The smashed potatoes were actually delicious. Let me first start off by saying this is a nice improvement to the area since Whoville closed. There was something on it for everyone. It was very crowded and thus, very loud but it is one of the only restaurants like this in this area so we'll definitely be back. Nice blends of flavor and heat with the mango.
I got the chicken campagne which was served with basil infused mashed potatoes roasted red pepper and mozzarella. Thankfully, we were greeted and seated immediately. Â No need to get dolled up, jeans and a nice shirt will do. We will definitely be going back. I went there Friday night with a party of 5, 4 adults and one child, we had some appetizers which were quite good, no problem with service, the waiter was fine, then came the main courses. Â A popular place for Bethpage High School graduates to come back from college and reunite.
The pretzel, buffalo wings, nachos and fried pickles. Even with a large party it was a lot of waiting around. Service was great, staff is very attentive. . Come on Bethpage, I'd love to see our restaurant scene grow! I really like it here although I think it would've been more enjoyable had it been less crowded. I tried a bite of the mac and cheese which was watery in flavor and bland also came out not even melted as it looked like it sat for a while.
Campagne was packed on a Friday night. Waiters were really attentive and made sure to come over to offer us more drinks. My boyfriend ordered a burger medium rare as I mentioned it may sit a while due to how many dinners have to come out. The smell in this place was horrible! Â To reinforce the name there is a rather large Suessian mural going on in there. The fish tacos had a good salsa, sour cream and guac. Chicken 1 thin cutlet again, was rubbery and chewy. The sliders perfectly medium rare and flavorful.
Â Once inside you find out just how big it really is. But we ordered the pretZel and it was burnt so hard, didn't complain but it was disappointing, we're not ones to send food back. We ordered the Campagne sampler and classic sliders. We sat outside which was a nice compliment that we will definitely enjoy the summer. One night my friend came out with me and she was hit on by an older man. Â The food was not all that good and there were ample intoxicated patrons to ruin the atmoshere.
I'd just order a side of that for next time. The nachos were pretty good those went pretty quick. For some reason there were no lights on and it was very dark and gloomy. Â We ordered Chicken wings and mussels. My favorite drink was the pain killer, I haven't enjoyed a cocktail as much as this one in a long time. They were nice, juicy and very meaty.
Food: The bread on the table was a bit hard on some piece but the herb infused olive oil was nice! The menu was simplistic and not overwhelming. We had 20 people and the dish still had 2 skewers left which no one wanted. Follow the bar to the end and hang a right and you are now in pool table territory and as if that wasn't sweet enough - there is a live band jamming behind the pool tables - but wait there's more! Â We seemed to be the only ones eating and this was a Friday nigth at about 6:30. For dinner we got a bunch of apps to split. Came here with some co-workers after work for some drinks. We arrived, they had the tables set up.
All in all we enjoyed our evening here. I was bedridden all of Saturday, Sunday and not much better today either. Apart from the story book theme, Who-ville is actually a great little joint and how I've missed it for so long is kind of strange - it totally flew under my radar. The bar area was crowded and there were barely any open tables. Calamari was delicious, that was best of the sampler. I didn't have a chance to ask the others at the other end of the table how their dishes came but I wanted to keep the night in a positive mood for my uncles birthday.