Row 1

99 Gansevoort St
New York, NY 10014
(212) 570-3670
New American
$ $ $
Mon–Fri: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM Sat: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–9:00 PM


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Foursquare Tips

  • Fluke and black sea bass, both signatures chef! Perfeitos!
  • Great service. The smoked clams dish was really tasty
  • really fresh, light fair. i had the lamb and pretty much died. cocktails are yummy
  • Perfect for dates
  • all aboard the hype train! the smaller vegetable plates (squash, sweet potato) are generally better, but don't sleep on the fresh butter you get with your bread. I would murder for that butter.
  • Get the cookie, order at the bar
  • Ask about the current "Untitled" wine.
  • The hype is real: the chocolate chip cookie is everything you dreamed of and more.
  • Vegetabkes
  • Everything is good, but nothing really stands out as excellent except the dining room itself. Cocktails (cherry Collins) were particularly underwhelming. the fried chicken was the best thing we had.
  • Overseen by Gramercy Tavern chef Michael Anthony, expect a totally new menu to "tell a seasonal story. "If you look at the plate, youll know what day of the year it is, Anthony says.
  • The grilled monkfish comes in a pool of electric lobster sauce and shaved vegetables arranged on a plate could mirror some contemporary masters for their artistic flourish.
  • get the fried fish lettuce wraps, you won't regret it.
  • A beautiful extension to the museum!
  • The Gramercy Tavern and Untitled pastry chef serves the cookie warm out of the oven with a small glass of Madagascan bourbon vanilla-infused milk.
  • Lamb flatbread was excellent. Vegetable driven appetizers are excellent
  • Outstanding food, hard to choose. Great cocktails and a huge wine list.
  • Cauliflower and sweet potato appetizers are to die for. New iteration of braised short rib was not my favorite.
  • The Bitches say: A-. Brunch at Untitled was an absolute dream. The food is superb, and we loved the contemporary vibe. However, we would have appreciated a bit larger portions and less servers.
  • Danny Meyer group restaurant in the Whitney museum: light, fresh, seasonal food and delicious desserts