Pearl & Ash

Row 1

Details
220 Bowery (btwn Spring & Prince)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 837-2370
New American, American
$ $ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 5:30 PM–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • "Part futuristic bistro and part Nordic cubby hole.. two people can try everything on the menu for just about $58 a head" -- Thrillist.
  • Pearl & Ash, our 2014 winner for Best Restaurant Bar Program, offers punk-rock wine with its creative dishes. Start with togarashi-rubbed octopus and finish with Fernet-Branca ice cream sandwiches.
  • The divers scallops are a thrilling (and cheap!) starter. Skip the dull meatballs and get the smoked salmon or amazing skirt steak. And avoid the ice cream sandwich, it tastes like Vicks VapoRub.
  • Order the meatbawls & rabbit sausage ! Great atmosphere accompanied by good music
  • Every dish was amazing. Super trendy but more expensive than you'd think. Get the octopus, cod, salmon sashimi, lamb belly, flat iron steak, strawberry desert. Every plate looks farm-to-foraged.
  • Sweetbreads, chicken butter, squab. Pay with Cover and enjoy that last bit of wine without waiting for the check.
  • Go for the half-portions to literally try everything on the menu. Worth the gym trip afterwards, I promise.
  • I would describe P&A as a tasty, expensive tapas restaurant. Dishes are meant to be shared (3/ person is good). Order: Hanger Tartare, Bread, Pork Meatballs and Potatoes. Skip: Shrimp. #nyceats #soho
  • Do not leave this establishment without ordering the skirt steak.
  • The Fernet ice cream sandwich is a must-have! Aromatic undercurrents of mint and anise are infused with the Italian amaro and a smoothy, creamy finish.
  • Literally everything was amazing... but if I HAD to choose, my fav bites were the sweetbreads & mussels. But if Marshall is your server, then eat/drink whatever he tells you. He won't steer you wrong!
  • You can't go wrong here. Everything well conceived and perfectly executed!
  • Small plates restaurant and bar with an affordable, interesting wine list.
  • 1. Bread and chicken butter 2. Quail 3. Potatoes 4. More bread and chicken butter!
  • Great service, delicious food and amazing wine list!
  • Great friendly service.
  • Over 100 wines by the bottle to choose from at all price points. I do not rate the food, ambience, and music very high individually... But collectively = perfection.
  • Great for fine late night dinning! Chef is a ex from WD~50 so you know it's going to be tasty!
  • This trendy tapas spot is best known not only for its unique and delicious small plates, but an incredibly extensive and fairly priced wine list. Be sure to order the meatballs and lamb belly.
  • This place rocks the 80's and I love it. Also, wine list is great. Try one of the Touraines (Loire).