Balthazar

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Details
80 Spring St (at Crosby St)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 965-1414
French
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 7:30 AM–Midnight Fri: 7:30 AM–1:00 AM Sat: 8:00 AM–1:00 AM Sun: 8:00 AM–Midnight
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  • See and be seen when youre dining al fresco at this SoHo staple. Just dont be surprised if your secret convo ends up on Page Six - or on gossipgirl.net.
  • Balthazar is one of the NYT restaurant critic Sam Siftons 50 favorite NYC restaurants. To see the full list, get The Scoop iPhone app, an inside guide to New York: NYTimes.com/thescoop
  • If your steak tartare tastes just a wee bit different than usual, thank Philippe Bertineau, the restaurants new head chef, who previously cooked at Payard.
  • Iconic New York. Fabulous selection of wines. Always try the specials!
  • This is the closest youll come to a date in Paris without leaving the city, so make the most of it by getting the steak-frites! #vday
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  • Best steak frites I've had in my life. -Timothy Dean, Top Chef
  • "I order a big creamy bowl of caf au lait when the place is peppered with discreet, big-deal New Yorkers." -Chef Gabrielle Hamilton, in the WSJ's Insider's Guide to New York City
  • great for a morning meeting obvs. bring something to read, get there earlier than your party and snag one of the half-circle booths against the back wall (my spot!). ginger citrus tea. decompress.
  • Absolutely amazing. Order the appetizer Tete de Veau and the Goat Cheese Tarte for your entre. I liked the Pork Belly the most. -Mattin Noblia, Top Chef
  • Ask for berries if you don't want bacon with your Brioche French Toast! :)
  • The best everyday restaurant in NYC. Period.
  • Reservations might be needed. Escargot was nice.
  • Great breakfast as usual
  • From what I gather, one of the last places east of Broadway still serving bernaise sauce w/ their steak frites. Also one of the few spots I've found that stocks Bruichladdich (scotch). Get both.
  • Keith McNally's French bistro is a New York classic, packed and lively from breakfast until far into the night. It's pricey, but reliable; Balthazar may age but its standards haven't fallen.
  • We love seasonal sweets like the spicy-crusted linzer tart; but all year, you'll find one of the best coconut cakes in NYC; extra-buttery scones; and mini vanilla, caramel, or chocolate profiteroles.
  • The legend in the flesh. Mobbed with tourists during the day, but still cool for late-late. Banana donuts from bakery next door worth killing for. [BlackBook]
  • Balthazar is the best French bistro in the city. Amazing hanger steak and fries. -Ash Fulk, Top Chef
  • Get an almond croissant and sit on one of the benches out front. Eat it as you watch the tourists go by.