Oysters all night long! Delicious and $1 only. Love the vibe of this place, and West Village in general. Read some poems on the wall while you're at it :)
Cozy, quiet, great drinks
Nice location, kind personnel, excellent food
Chicken was good. Tuna tartar and the Chocolate brownie.
The burrata is amazing
Down a few steps resides this cozy yet spacious restaurant, where you'll dine on seasonal, local dishes like roasted chicken and the restaurant's signature burger.
Try to snag the back (and fairly well hidden) room if it's available if you have a small group of friends.
Do not take apricot cocktail. Get the hashtag hashtag.
Dark & cozy. Bring a date.
Really interesting cocktails and nice beer selection. Good for dates! Never felt too crowded, but had a good crowd.
Phil the heat. Also happy hour M-F with $1 oysters and $2 off cocktails.
Decent cocktails, cozy for a table, upbeat for a bar, best of both worlds
FUN happy hour spot. Great charcuterie and cheese platters and good wine list.
Hard to see from the street, but it's downstairs and the sign is small. Don't miss it!
They have a basil watermelon cocktail that's delicious. Prefer it for drinks. Dinner was good but the drinks are better.
tunes. funky vibes.
Phil the heat is the best cocktail on the menu
Recommended by my friend Sophia R., who lives in the neighborhood and would certainly know. She says "It's the only place in the Village that hasn't been discovered yet."
Fun place. Comfortable booths for groups of various sizes. A bit loud, but pretty tasty and overall pretty good.
Best grilled cheese I've ever had in my life, and I've had my FAIR share of grilled cheeses. I would eat here every week if I was closer.
drunken bean dip, truffled grilled cheese, yummm
Seasonal and local cooking with an emphasis on good produce. We're big fans of the vegetarian French onion soup.
The space seats two to six people and features naked lady wallpaper, exposed brick, high ceilings, and a big chandelier. There's no chance you'll sit here as a walk-in, but you can reserve the room.
For a Halloween buzz, grab the Day of the Dead. Mezcal, dry vermouth, sweet vermouth and Mexican mole bitters make up this Manhattan. Shaved dark chocolate floats on top for an added treat. $14.
Bottomless brunch on Sundays!
No cell service
try the excommunication
House white is pretty good but the standout is the moscato. Not too sweet but not too dry.
The Surf and Turf. The special everywhere Saturday Night.
The crispy roasted jalapeño deviled eggs are addicting!
You can get the Grilled Lamb Chops as an Entree... They're huge!
Cozy digs. Homemade buratta and the clams made excellent snacks. Order the salmon over charred cauliflower medium rare
Salmon was perfectly cooked, fries are awesome.
Phenomenal happy hour. 1 dollar oysters, 8 cocktails, 4 beers.. Killing it
Try the Beau Soleil oysters on the half-shell - 36 down and counting.....
Try the Grilled Cheese Sandwich - With raclete cheese, truffle oil and farm fresh egg. Whoa.
Blue cheese stuffed olives. Need I say more.
On Valentines Day, ask for The Naked Lady Room, a sexy secret room behind a fake wall right off the bar in the main dining room. The secluded table seats 2-6 and features naked lady wallpaper.
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Best brown bag apple pie I have ever had! Definitely recommend it!
Try Phil the Heat, it's their best cocktail.
Shhh...call ahead to reserve a seat in the Naked Lady Room behind a fake wall at the end of the bar
The ambiance here is fabulous. Try the fried oysters and the house-made burrata!
Call well in advance to reserve the Naked Lady Room, a private dining room behind a fake wall. With space for up to 6 people, it features exposed brick, a big chandelier & naked lady wallpaper.
So expensive. $9-$11 for a pint of one of their nothing-special draft beers. Food smelled awesome though.
Good drinks and the vibe is solid. Food mediocre at best. Better options in this hood.
Ask for Jodie at the bar