Styled as a large French style bistro the open aired space makes for a memorable night. This kind of place is better for groups than couples seeking a quiet romantic night. If you want to spot some celebrities this might be your spot. If food is what you came for the traditional bistro fare is very good, but not exceptional food. The steak frites and the onion soup come highly recommended and the prices are not overly exorbitant. However, the desserts we shared that night were outstanding. The crème brulee and chocolate cake were sinfully delicious!
If you can get past the slight attitude of the hostess (bouncer) make a reservation for late (10 pm is good), sit back and get ready for a great night of delightful chaos- only in New York! After going back to snap some pics, a waiter snootily told me no photos inside, so I have lowered my recommendation to "somewhat recommended" due to excessive attitude.
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New York, New York
September 15, 2011
July 7, 2008
From journal A Running List of New York Restaurants
by Alias Girl
August 25, 2004
It is a loud and vibrant place - perfect for a celebratory evening, a get together, a place for people -watching, NYC’s #1 activity. Next to eating and drinking, of course.
This trendy place will be more than you expected and you will leave very satisfied. The menu offers oysters and sushi in an amazing display. The entrees are wonderful as well, we enjoyed the sea bass and the fettuccini with mild mushrooms. The wine selection is superb! They even have their own bakery next door - Tres Bon!
The salads, especially with warm goat cheese.
From journal New York City
July 8, 2004
From journal Start Spreadin' the News - I Love New York!
by Mo in CT
July 10, 2002
From journal Back in Black in Manhattan
Charlotte, North Carolina
June 22, 2000
From journal My Favorite Restaurants in New York