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24 5th Ave (btwn W 9th & W 10th St)
New York, NY 10011
(212) 868-2424
11:30am - 3:00pm
5:30pm - 11:00pm
11:30am - 3:00pm
5:30pm - 11:00pm
11:30am - 3:00pm
5:30pm - 11:00pm
11:30am - 3:00pm
5:30pm - 11:00pm
11:30am - 3:00pm
5:30pm - 11:00pm
11:30am - 3:00pm
5:30pm - 11:00pm
11:30am - 3:00pm
5:30pm - 11:00pm


  • A minimalist old fashioned that's prepared by bartenders who know their ryes and bourbons. The only thing holding back this drink is the quality of their shard-like ice.
  • Loved this place. The mint salad app was fresh and delicious. We shared the chicken tangine and snapper. Beautiful space too
  • super comfortable seats and spacious bar for walk-in no res dinner!
  • Very charming restaurant with delicious food. The beets, octopus, and red snapper were all great! Beets and octopus pictured below.
  • It's a bit cramped but the dining rooms a stunner. The food looks as good as it tastes. The shellfish and octopus deliver the goods.
  • spicy harissa-baked eggs + "honey pot"
  • Claudette brings Southern France to Greenwich Village. Order the pieds paquets, it comes on a copper platter of tripe and pork sloshing dangerously in a garlicky rust-colored broth.
  • The Chicken Tagine is fantastic! I highly recommend it. Cocktails are strong and prepared very well. They also have Rose on tap, which is cool. Not on the menu, but available in a carafe for $40.
  • For brunch, Koren Grieveson turns a mix of Mediterranean-style such as smoked salmon with scrambled eggs, and eggs benedict with chard and confit tomatoes.
  • The chicken tajine is fine, but overhyped. Get the bouillabaisse instead, filled with octopus, shrimp, mussels, and white fish, topped with a croissant like pastry perfect for dipping.
  • From the Rosemary owner/chef comes the most delicious salad you'll ever eat: warm braised lamb, peaches, chickpeas, frise. Lives up to it's French-North African hybrid billing.
  • Dishes seamlessly meld French and Mediterranean flavors and techniques. Try the Baby Octopus, grilled in a spicy Harissa sauce, and the Chicken Tagine.
  • The adorable atmosphere and the simple dishes boasting complex flavors keep us coming back for more. We recommend the Shaved Carrots, Corsican Mint Salad, Baby Octopus and the Homemade Chittara.
  • The chitarra pasta and pistachio cake were delicious. Service was very good. Will be back!
  • The menu has lots of shareable salads and vegetable dishes, as well as lightly composed seafood plates, "pains Tunisiens," pastas, bouillabaisse, chicken tagine, grilled lamb, and hanger steak.
  • The chicken is superb and plan on taking half of it home with u. Great new spot!!
  • Checking to see if brunch is good fo a large group.
  • Try the JCB rose champagne from Bordeaux, quite nice.
  • Great lively spot for brunch
  • Such a wonderful place! Absolutely lovely. Loved the truffle hummus!

Nearby places

W 4th St (btwn MacDougal St & University Pl)
5 W 8th St (5th Ave)
30 W 8th St (at MacDougal St)