Balthazar

Balthazar

French Restaurant and Coffee Shop
80 Spring St (at Crosby St), New York, NY 10012, United States
Hours:
Closed until 7:30 AM (Show more)
  • Mon–Thu
    • 7:30 AM–Midnight
  • Fri
    • 7:30 AM–1:00 AM
  • Sat
    • 8:00 AM–1:00 AM
  • Sun
    • 8:00 AM–Midnight
Price:
$ $ $ $
Menus:
Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch, Dinner
Drinks:
Beer, Wine, Full Bar, Cocktails
Credit Cards:
Yes (incl. MasterCard & American Express)
Wi-Fi:
No
Outdoor Seating:
No
9.5/10

Based on 1,956 votes

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  • Jordan C.

    This is a NY staple. Get the profiteroles for dessert.

    Jordan Crook · 14 hours ago
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  • Desmond F.

    Steak Frites were fantastic. Full English Breakfast was really good, but not at the same level.

    Desmond Foo · 1 day ago
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  • Village Voice

    Home to a superlative bowl of French onion soup, enriched with Port, white wines & a browned cap of melted Gruyere.& Country bread croutons soak up caramel-colored broth thickened with charred onions.

    Village Voice · 1 week ago
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  • Lily K.

    Delo ambiente increíble obligada visita en NY

    Lily Kamila · 1 week ago
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  • Muskan

    Yummy cheese plate and sticky toffee pudding

    Muskan · 2 weeks ago
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  • Imran M.

    Really good breakfast options!

    Imran Malek · 2 weeks ago
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  • Tom J.

    Great food, lovely room

    Tom Joseph · 2 weeks ago
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  • Pantelis T.

    Steaks & bread

    Pantelis Theodoridis · 3 weeks ago
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  • Kerem D.

    A beatiful french bistro with good food selections all around..

    Kerem Dereli · 3 weeks ago
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  • Andreas K.

    It's one of those places where you think being so famous would damage its quality, but it's definitely not the case. Good comfort tasty food is served at all times.

    Andreas Kanakis · 3 weeks ago
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  • Village Voice

    Order one of their burgers, the coq au vin, or the steak frites, and pair it with either a beer or a selection from their ample wine list. Then sit back and enjoy. Read more

    Village Voice · 3 weeks ago
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  • Cecilia F.

    Fancy brunch

    Cecilia Frankel · 3 weeks ago
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  • Nora K.

    Went there for breakfast loved the French toast

    Nora K · March 27
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  • Albert R.

    Try the French Onion soup! And the Mules Frites are a must!

    Albert Revah · March 24
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  • Mike O.

    Try to come during the week. Weekends are packed, and for walkins, you'll have people hovering over your table the entire time.

    Mike O'Sullivan · March 23
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  • Vanessa G.

    Steak tartare como no lo había probado antes. Todo delicioso.

    Vanessa Gonzalez · March 22
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  • Janice M.

    Everything is great here. Artichoke tomato soup, Balthasar salad, salmon and chicken. Great ambiance, wine and food.

    Janice Mcmanus · March 21
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  • Morgan P.

    Get the large cappuccino, it's thicker than the cafe au lait and also served in a bowl.

    Morgan Polotan · March 21
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  • Gal A.

    The food is good, but way too overpriced. Nothing special.

    Gal Amir · March 21
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  • CCnyc

    French onion soup, bread

    CCnyc · March 21
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  • Derek M.

    Duck confit! So good

    Derek MacKenzie · March 21
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  • İpek A.

    You should stop by for Chicken Sandwich with Bacon. Delicious! And also duck & their cocktails are great.

    İpek A. · March 20
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  • Kay T.

    Good flourless chocolate cake in the boulangerie.

    Kay Teo · March 19
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  • Kt L.

    Coq a vin was amazing. Ricotta and chestnut agnolotti is to die for!

    Kt Lacasse · March 16
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  • Mary G.

    Duck confit and caramelized banana tart!

    Mary Gui · March 14
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  • Sirrý S.

    The warm goat cheese (pictured) and the onion soup the best I have tasted 🇫🇷👍 Will be back!

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  • Ketellyn M.

    Still trying to find something okay in their menu. Amazing fries, check. Onion soup to die for, check. Bakery filled with fresh goods, check.

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  • Emilio C.

    Really cool and old interior. I love the bar.

    Emilio C · March 2
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  • Steve W.

    Absolutely buzzing....be sure to make a reservation...great steak au poivre and lamb t-bone

    Steve Watts · March 1
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  • Ilse

    Everything is good here. Go for the classics: oysters, steak frites, confit de canard...

    Ilse · February 27
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  • Avi Y.

    A little touristy as to be expected in the busy area of Soho. Food is still good and the atmosphere is fun. Good for brunch and dinner.

    Avi Yashchin · February 24
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  • Martha

    raw bar, French onion soup, steak tartar, goat cheese tart, French fries with a side of au Poivre sauce, duck confit, any of the 3 steaks, profiteroles...the list goes on. celebrity-spotting central.

    Martha · February 22
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  • Kimmie O.

    The caramelized banana ricotta tart & the vanilla bread pudding are outstanding desserts! 😍

    Kimmie Ohh · February 21
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  • Natasha M.

    Very nice atmosphere but expensive for the portion sizes

    Natasha Morini · February 20
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  • Alex W.

    Nice place, average food...

    Alex Winter · February 20
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  • Charlotte S.

    Lovely Euro setting though possibly bit shabby around the edges, it really only added to its charm. My partner and I bot had steak and fries. I ordered medium rare and it came well done. Still delic

    Charlotte Scarf · February 17
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  • Yucel H.

    One of the best in NY

    Yucel Hurkal · February 14
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  • Murielle C.

    Une bonne brasserie française à NYC.

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  • Theo

    Love the Balthazar Salad

    Theo · February 8
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  • ZZubin

    A veritable soho institution. Come for the atmosphere, stay for the food. Eggs cocotte at breakfast and duck shepherds pie at lunch are 2 sleeper picks

    ZZubin · February 7
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  • Paul

    The meat, the bun, the whole burger was a wow experience. I'd also recommend the roasted beet salad as a starter. The whole menu looked delicious but you can't fit it all!

    Paul · February 6
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  • Bora B.

    Yes, you can go twice in your short trip to NYC.....💯

    Bora Bekit · February 4
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  • Morgan T.

    Get the Steak Frites. Great place to people watch. This place gets busy so parties of 3+ probably need a reservation. The staff is accommodating and attentive. Has a lively atmosphere.

    Morgan Thomas · February 3
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  • Daniel K.

    The name alone is one of my favorites! Be sure to make reservations ahead of time if you want to indulge in some great french creations! I suggest the 'Duck Confit' for a dinner entree!

    Daniel Karran · February 2
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  • Damon W.

    Everything is awesome

    Damon Webster · January 31
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  • Funda D.

    Ekmekleri süperdi:)İstiridyeyi deneyemedim Aklımda kaldı🙏

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  • Jamie F.

    Pommes Frites

    Jamie Friedman · January 29
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  • Bruno Ernesto💎

    One of the Best in NYC.

    Bruno Ernesto💎 · January 29
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  • The Tastes that Make the City

    The pommes frites are the best french fries in NYC, making our list of "The Tastes That Make the City: NYC Edition." Read more

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  • Wendy Q.

    Amazing beef tartare. Salmon is perfectly seasoned and cooked. Constantly packed.

    Wendy Qiu · January 26
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