The Odeon

French, Bar
$ $
145 W Broadway (at Thomas St)
New York, NY 10013
11:00am - 11:00pm
11:00am - 11:00pm
11:00am - 11:00pm
11:00am - 11:00pm
11:00am - 11:00pm
10:00am - 11:00pm
10:00am - 11:00pm



  • American Psychos down salmon and steak frites, but the real scene's on the sidewalk. -Andy Cohen, Watch What Happens Live!
  • Want classic NYC? Then don't miss this still-thriving Tribecainstitution. John Belushi famously cooked his own burgers at the Frenchbrasserie, once the go-to hangout for SNL in its heyday.
  • As art became an industry in the 1980s, this is where its participants drank and ate (and smoked). Though Mary Boone and Julian Schnabel are gone, its French bistro food is still solid.
  • Tuna burger!!!!
  • Make a reservation. This place is always busy because it's suitable for any occasion with great selections of delicious and healthy entrees. The French Onion soup and Roasted Half-Chicken were amazing
  • Seriously, this is the best tuna burger you can get anywhere. Odeon has perfected it.
  • Chef Patrick Clark put Odeon on the map in 1980, when Tribeca was just a desolate warehouse district.
  • Heirloom Tomato Salad is just amazing!
  • Sunday night seems to be family night with tons of babies and toddlers. Avoid if you want an adult experience.
  • This joint has some serious eats (the strip steak with garlic butter and mountain of fries), but its totally acceptable to fashion a meal out of some crusty bread and the olives from your martini(s)
  • Wedding parties coming from City Hall get a free bottle of champagne!
  • Best wait staff!
  • Seen better days!
  • Beba com moderao
  • Do-NutZ MMM
  • Great romantic look and feel but too small to be quiet enough to really get job done if romantic is your M.O. Food is very well prepared and served; cant go wrong with this place (Texan perspective)
  • Fantastic BLT. But don't order the sazerac, one of the worst I have ever had. Stick to other drinks.
  • Typically american
  • Downtown #StaffPick. Try the steak or croque monsieur.
  • Nothing is more classically New York than this Tribeca institution! You cant go wrong with a Martini and the Steak Frites with Sauteed Spinach.

Nearby places

159 Duane St (btwn Hudson St. & W Broadway)
135 W Broadway (between Duane St & Thomas St)
102 North End Ave.