Willow Road

Row 1

Details
85 10th Ave (W 16 Street)
New York, NY 10011
(646) 484-6566
American, Pub
$ $
Hours
Mon–Wed: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM Thu–Fri: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM Sat: 11:00 AM–11:00 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–9:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • The cocktails are lighta contrast to the menu, which is packed with reimagined comfort foods, such as spiced lamb burger bites and the fried chicken with jerk spices and orange-blossom honey.
  • Get EVERYTHING. We ate our faces off.
  • Reinvented american favorites. The fried chicken with jerk spices is DELICIOUS. Dare we say, best fried chicken in NYC? Pay with Cover and skip waiting for the check!
  • If you ruin the cool charm of this place, I will hunt you down.
  • Just Opened. Facing the Highline. The menu includes fried chicken with jerk spices, and these sumac aioli-covered lamb sliders with a "Mongolian or Southeast Asian" twist atop grilled Pullman loaf
  • The food is very good... Mac n cheese, chicken, lobster, potatoes and toffee pudding all fantastic...
  • You guys, this fried chicken is fried delicious. Just add champagne, a side, and you've got perfect portions for an evening meal.
  • Can't go wrong with fried chicken, pork loin chop, heirloom tomato salad, or the manhattan here. Excellent spot.
  • Loved the mini lamb sliders and mac n cheese! Great cocktails by Joe at the bar.
  • Artichoke and bean salads were delish. Loved the pumpkin and fried chicken for dinner. Nothing beats a fried snickers for dessert though!
  • Ask for matt and priscilla. Amazing food and drinks!
  • You can skip this place. Mediocre food and ambiance. Over priced, especially the wine list. Very similar to Typsy Parson, another mediocre (at best) spot.
  • The vibe here makes you want to stick around for hours -- the fact that the food is stellar doesn't hurt either.
  • Avoid the communal table at all costs!! Request not to be seated when making a reservation
  • The fried chicken is the best in the world! Spicy, tangy and sweet, divine! And the artichoke dip, it will shock you!
  • A nice casual but lively alternative to other options in the area. The menu was surprisingly inventive and the food excellent.
  • Honestly, I've had bigger, better breakfast sandwiches at my local bodega, for less than a quarter of the price. Disappointing.
  • A relief from all the fancy sceney restaurants in meatpacking. This place has yummy comfort food not meant for skin right cutout dresses you see in the area.
  • A fantastic post-event option, as its open late every night.
  • The fried chicken is to die.