Blue Ribbon Brasserie

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97 Sullivan St (btwn Prince & Spring St)
New York, NY 10012
4:00pm - 4:00am
4:00pm - 4:00am
4:00pm - 4:00am
4:00pm - 4:00am
4:00pm - 4:00am
4:00pm - 4:00am
4:00pm - 4:00am



  • Got to try the marrow it's like heaven in your mouth.
  • On both my visits to Blue Ribbon Brasserie i left quite spoiled by the delightful food and the topnotch service! Bone marrow with oxtail marmelade and the raw seafood bar are winners all around!
  • After 11p, it's the best restaurant in the city (and it's open until 4am)
  • Did you order the bone marrow? If you didn't then you are simply doing it wrong. Flag down your server and correct your mistake.
  • After 11pm, it's the best restaurant in the city. But at any hour epic raw bar platters and perfect fondue and the mere 50-odd seats are among the reasons there's always a wait. [Eater 38 Member]
  • The only place to consider eating late night.
  • The oxtail and bone barrow is to die for. -Timothy Dean, Top Chef
  • My favorites include: bone marrow, sardines, sweet breads, bbq ribs. Lively, vibey energy in the room no matter what time. You could stay for hours eating and drinking. -Alex Reznik, Top Chef
  • Blue Ribbon's menu spans from fried chicken to cilantro-laced salsa, but their liquor-filled oysters keep the dedicated crowds returning.
  • Excellent French / American food and it's open until 4am.
  • Be certain to have the steamed artichoke. Amazing.
  • Fried oysters and fried chicken are to die for. Worth the wait and definitely worth breaking a diet for these heavenly dishes. Service is also great! Will 10000 percent be back!
  • Bone marrow or we're not friends
  • Go to Blue Ribbon and order the Bone Marrow. Or the oysters. Or the Pu Pu Platter. It's all good.
  • Best place ever.
  • One of New York's classic late-night downtown dining destinations, but the food is excellent at all hours. Fried chicken and bone marrow are the way to go.
  • Though still a self-proclaimed "seafood guy," Blue Ribbon has helped Carmelo Anthony become a more adventurous eater since landing in NYC:
  • Had a great day and an even better night!!!! No worries & no headaches!!!! With great company. Werq
  • The legendary bone marrow dish features three bones sitting in a hearty, slightly sweet oxtail marmalade, surrounded by toast points and a well of coarse sea salt.
  • I loved the foie gras terrine, marrow, and sweet breads. A solid spot for a proper late night meal!

Nearby places

119 Sullivan St (btwn Prince & Spring St)
131 Sullivan St (at Prince St)
203 Spring St (at Sullivan St.)