The Ribbon

Row 1

20 W 72nd St (Central Park West and Columbus Avenue)
New York, NY 10023
(212) 787-5656
$ $ $
Mon–Wed: 11:00 AM–11:00 PM Thu–Fri: 11:00 AM–Midnight Sat: 10:00 AM–Midnight Sun: 10:00 AM–11:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • The Ox Burger was absolutely delicious!! The poached egg on top of the oxtail marmalade and burger was the perfect addition.
  • Brunch was delicious: salmon Benedict was savory w/o being too much. The appetizer special of warm pumpkin bread with cream cheese filling was simple but spectacular. The service was friendly
  • Everything!
  • Fried chicken and honey is awesome
  • Buffalo. Cauliflower.
  • A great edition to the neighborhood, trendy but not stuffy with delicious food and fast, attentive service. The burger is great here and fries are perfect.
  • Stumbled on this place, incredible burgers, try all of them. Great beer selection. Have to come back for Sunday's fried chicken special
  • Great comfort food. Treat yourself and get something that comes with fries.
  • Buffalo Cauliflower is a magical substitute for wings. The prime rib sandwich dip was good (especially the bread).
  • Delicious Fried Chicken
  • Great brunch spot
  • Great bread butter and chicken soup.
  • really good food- I had the flatbread, which was a special, and absolutely INCREDIBLE. seriously- if they have it- get it.
  • Fried chicken on Sunday nights! Great cocktails and a really nice decor.
  • Meats and cheeses! Pick and choose from the meat and cheese list instead of getting the butchers platter if just for two!
  • The ox burger is outstanding, good prime rib and if they have special fried oysters do not pass them up!
  • Great addition to the neighborhood. Love the bar, the meat and cheese tray is delicious and generous.
  • Amazing cocktails! Definitely a must try!
  • Prime rib was great. Lobster delicious but small. Spaetzle! There are a few TVs at the bar, large counter seating area in middle, and great window/sidewalk-side seats that are open during the summer.
  • Oyster egg shooters and the prime rib