Row 1

239 W 4th St (btwn Charles & W 10th St)
New York, NY 10014
(646) 449-9336
New American, Speakeasy
$ $ $
Mon, Sun: 5:30 PM–11:00 PM Tue–Sat: 5:30 PM–2:00 AM

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  • Crispy duck leg. You're welcome.
  • get the crispy duck leg. it is amazing
  • A historic West Village space beautifully made over; go for some of the best cocktails in the Village, or for Montreal-born chef Mehdi Brunet-Benkritly's insanely delicious, slightly oddball menu.
  • Chicken bitches
  • Get the fried chicken.
  • Friendly bartenders, cozy atmosphere & good food. Can't go wrong with the "Classics" for din. Def recommend the shiitake & oyster mushrooms. The banana pudding was also delish.
  • Awesome secret basement dining room under the kitchen, perfect for 8-10 person intimate dinner
  • The bartenders here are awesome.
  • The cheese cake panna cotta is pretty amazing, if you like amazing.
  • warm up with an old-fashioned. split the duck leg + steak tartare. think back to that night in summer 2010 when you and your date closed out the old fedora.
  • Got the mushroom appetizer with poached egg instead of a main - deep flavour and great textures.
  • For a large party (8+ people), you can book this wonderful room in the basement. Exposed brick, rustic wooden table with an intimate atmosphere (am I turning you on?). The dishes do not disappoint.
  • brussels sprouts! so good.
  • Fantastic staff, great drinks and awesome food! The mushroom app was unreal and their ice box cake for dessert was delish!
  • Another watch out. Small space = careless people spilling on you and your tiny table.
  • Service was great, delicious spicy margarita. Food was ok. The scallops were extremely salty.
  • Try the Snoop Lion or the Black Squirrel Old Fashioned. Interesting cocktail list. Cool vibe, mix of people: Wall St., locals, hipsters, et al.
  • Fantastic cocktails. Dill + Gin, something about my "baby", and Jason Collins. Highly, highly recommend. Plus the bartender is a cocktail artist and chill. Go and be impressed.
  • Don't Forget the Flowers: Milagro Blanco tequila shaken with lime and St. Germain, with grapefruit bitters and hum hibiscus liqueur.
  • Being across the street, this place is our living room extension. Get the corner booth and try the mushroom/egg app and either the chicken or wagyu steak with the house Pinot Noir. Perfect.