New American, Wine Bar
$ $ $
60 3rd Ave (Btw E 10th & 11th St.)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 254-0888
5:30pm - 10:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
5:30pm - 11:00pm
5:30pm - 11:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm



  • This swank, date-friendly bistro's serves up well-spiced, meat-heavy "New American & doubles as a showcase for contempo French furniture co. Ligne Roset [NYC&CO SRW, Lunch: $24.07 & Dinner: $35]
  • The orzo mac and cheese is both light and gluttonous
  • get the vanilla panna cotta. you will be happy.
  • Awesome food with a new executive chef.
  • If you're a grown-up, and you're partaking in what Webster Hall has to offer, choose Apiary for dinner, or even just drinks. A sip of civility before ascending into chaos.
  • Come mid-week for the 3-coure prix fixe menu the romaine salad, duck leg and panna cotta were devine. Try a seasonal cocktail tooFig n Honey please.
  • Bring your own wine on Monday nights, with no corkage fee it's a wine lovers paradise with everyone being very friendly and interested in what is being enjoyed. Great deal, great food, great night.
  • The portions here are ridiculously small
  • Hamachi crudo and blackberry financier are excellent. Rabbit pappardelle good but a bit overly salty
  • Great location, really intimate/cool vibe and awesome food!Get the hamachi crudo, crispy sweetbeards, the chatham cod, the berkshire pork, and the vanilla panna cotta. You will not regret any part of
  • generously-portioned comfort food: spicy sweetbreads, mushroom soup, rabbit pappardelle, friendly service, see photo at: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=255059&id=765634189&l=c6bdf11e46
  • Octopus with Chorizo oil, the mushroom soup, and the Monkfish are all mouthwateringly amazing.
  • One word, sweetbread- or is that two?
  • Try the Orzo Mac n Cheese
  • nice big glasses of cold water to accompany your cocktails
  • If you're looking for a great appetizer, try the crabcake. A must have is the "Black Angus Hanger Steak", it's juicy and probably the best steak you'll ever have.
  • Go to Apiary. Get the Pork Chop, and order a bottle of Griffin.
  • Sophisticated setting in EV. $35 prix-fixe is a good deal. Suggestion: mussels starter, chicken w/ polenta, & blackberry dessert.
  • Scallops, cod, skate, panna cotta
  • Small portioned but every dish tickles the flavor palette. Very impressed. Hamachi tartar bursts of taste. Panna cotta is the best ever! Monday's no corkage fee, one bottle each!

Nearby places

125 E 11th St (btwn 3rd & 4th Ave)
66 3rd Ave (at E 11th St)
55 3rd Ave (btwn E 10th & E 11th St)