Left Bank New York

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Details
117 Perry St (at Greenwich St.)
New York, NY 10014
(212) 727-1170
New American
$ $
Hours
Mon, Sun: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM Tue–Thu: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM Fri–Sat: 5:00 PM–Midnight

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Foursquare Tips

  • Start your meal off with the chicken liver pt.
  • Gorgeous, delicious eats purchased from the farmers market that morning (so says the waiter). The service and food were both outstanding. If they have the scallops with corn, make sure to get it!!
  • Happy to award the Snail of Approval to Left Bank
  • Daily happy hour. 5-7pm.
  • Turning out an eclectic mix of seasonal grub, including a dish made with Red Cockerel, the chickeniest chicken you've ever tasted, according to the chef.
  • Try the iron roasted chicken, the homemade Mongolian dumplings and the asparagus salad--all amazing!
  • Stuffed squid!!
  • I like the pork chop and the chicken. Also try the maple pie.
  • This "Contemporary City American" joint looks like a laid-back art collector's hunting lodge. Try the lamb tartare and pretend you also go hunting.
  • Happy Hour includes 25$ app and pasta plates
  • Menu constantly changing, everything excellent. Private room downstairs fantastic for parties.
  • Steak is a great choice, reasonable portion, delicious.
  • Love the atmosphere, great tuna and steak tartar appetizers.
  • The burger is the size of a slider. So you certainly won't feel bad about eating the whole thing. ($10 no sides)
  • Maple syrup pie. I die!! Amazing and homemade by grandma.
  • Good for $1 Oysters on Sundays!
  • The fiorentini and chicken are out of this world! Also the Thyme for ginger cocktail is a must---very refreshing.
  • Get the octopus, you won't be sorry.
  • Left Banks American cuisine offers new takes on traditional bistro fare, with hearty entrees like braised beef short ribs with fresh polenta and a homemade capriccio with whole-roasted kid goat.
  • What a great place. Lamb Tartare - to die for! Great wine by the glass selection. Everyone is friendly and the space feels homey.