Row 1

25 Cooper Sq (btwn E 5th & E 6th St)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 228-3344
New American
$ $ $
Mon–Thu: 11:30 AM–3:00 PM Fri: 11:30 AM–3:00 PM Sat: 10:30 AM–4:00 PM Sun: 10:30 AM–4:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Theres nothing remotely rustic about the crowd, many of whom seem to be V.I.P.s ... But when it comes to the food, the grange concept rings true.
  • At this sunny new restaurant in The Standard East Village, John Fraser is serving an inspired version of California cuisine. The roasted beets, carrots Wellington, and lamb saddle are early standouts.
  • Have brunch outside on the patio and enjoy the funky decor. Get the French toast bites for the table as an appetizer. Staff is very accommodating.
  • Check out inventive dishes like rotisserie-crisped beets and carrots Wellington.
  • Ethereal. Brussels sprout salad, poached egg, short ribs, tuna, gnocchi were all amazing. Baby chicken, lamb and scallops we're delicious. Don't skip dessert. Winter sundae is perfection.
  • One of the best chef's counters in city.
  • Get the duck. Birthday dinner #2.
  • This place is amazing. Make sure you get some vegetable dishes especially the carrots wellington (skip the carrot fries).
  • The oysters are awesome. The egg and mushroom dish is also great. Seating is a bit too tight.
  • First, head to the bar and ask for Billy. The man will hook you up. Then, order the beets, crab salad, chicken, lamb and cheesecake. Narcissa is easily Michelin-caliber and one of my faves in NYC now.
  • Do yourself a favor and get the carrot fries. Actually, make it two orders. Seriously.
  • Everything is delicious
  • Best food , wine , music , ambience , desserts & Izabelle
  • I don't like beets but I loved the beets here. All the veggies were super fresh
  • Head to the bar before dinner and order a cocktail. Cannot go wrong with their well mixed, minimalist old fashioned. Plenty of rye choices.
  • Fun spot for sharing a few plates. The beets are roasted on a rotisserie and super delicious!
  • Vegetarian lasagne is mindblowingly good, even for carnivores.
  • Omg. This is one of my favorite restaurants in nyc. Mario Batali sat next to us. Horseradish beets are a must.
  • Sit at the bar. Full menu, interesting people, and minimal wait time!
  • Very fast service....felt rushed and were done with our expensive meal in about an hour. Starters good, esp risotto...mains just average.