Pastis is a French bistro located in Manhattan's meatpacking district opened by Keith McNally. Executive Chefs Riad Nasr and Lee Hanson and Chef de Cuisine Pascal Le Seac'h prepare a menu that combines hearty Provençal dishes with moderately-priced bistro fare.
Witness the rare sight of models eating. A must. -Andy Cohen, Watch What Happens Live!
Pastis is a zoo during peak hours, but I like to go there for brekky and late-night bistro food, like French Onion Soup. -Andy Cohen, Watch What Happens Live!
Dine with the elite at one of Manhattan’s most famous brunch, lunch & dinner spots.
“Spring is in the air, and outside seating begins! Nothing beats gobbling french fries as you watch girls stumble in stilettos over cobble stone streets!” – Renee, Setup Squad
The calamari as an appetizer and the quail. Pretty good, if a bit rich. The berry and creme desert thing was really, really good!
Go to Pastis and sit outside on a nice day. The outdoor seating is great.
This place gets very busy during the lunch and dinner rush! Great place to enjoy a good meal near the hotel. Try the English breakfast!
Still chic after all these years (it’s been around since 1999) and remains one of our favorite sports for brunch of Seared Tuna Nicoise.
The bowl of cafe au lait is a fine way to wake up to a new day
Make sure you get a reservation and head to Pastis for a great brunch, or breakfast, lunch or dinner. The Steak Frites is a crowd favorite but if you’re looking for traditional breakfast food, the Fre
For a GREAT red, go with the Arbois red from France's Jura region. The producer, Puffeney, produces excellent, terroir-driven wines. Not cheap at $69, but worth it!
NY. Obsessed with chicken paillard and french fries.
Be careful with the napkins on your pants. They leave remnants behind. As in lint.
have fries. they're just great.
A touch of Paris in the Meatpacking District, come here for a nice brunch or dinner. Sit outside for some good people watching from the nearby Gansevoort Hotel.
Pastis is THE place for mediocre food, servers who think they're better than you and celebrity sightings, from A-listers like Fergie to D-listers like Josh Duhamel.
Classic NY place. Great crowd, good food and open late night. Good atmosphere for a group.
The fries at this place are out of control!!!!
great scallops appetizer
go visit google across the street. see the big coffee robot
best Caesar salad with bacon in the city
good service | service almost like professional service in paris | but i ate merely eggs norwegian and the salmon tasted cheap and salty | so one michel for service and will reserve opinion on food ||
check out the bar, I might be having a ricard right now!
Very sweet staff but nonetheless terrible service. Food was also very mediocre. Barely warm Benedict and completely dry and tasteless Tuna Nicoise. Even oysters were bland. Overrated & overpriced!
Take it from someone who eats here 3-4 nights a week...everything is good. Just ignore the pretention wafting off most of the customers and enjoy the amazing and friendly staff.
If you miss France, come here! C'est incroyable!
Great place for brunch (a late brunch) on a Sunday. Grab a cozy booth with friends and order one of the best espressos in town!
Bar Steak. I'm done.
Love the atmosphere
BRUNCH! The omelet is a must - get it with goat cheese!
try the steak frites, it's the best - believe me
The cartel says "avoid the masses and go straight to the bar"
Sliced steak sandwich with onions and gruyere is great.
Goat cheese petatou us out of this world. Steamed Potato tower topped with goatcheese, pepper foam, olives.
The chicken salad is the stuff food memories are made of! Pair with a glass of wine and some thick crusty bread and this is your best lunch on earth.
Checking into this venue will count towards the Andy Cohen Badge!
I've found the secret of sexy women here... By discovered of three secret places to unlock the Victoria's Secret - Bombshell.
can't go wrong with a latte and the nicoise salad. but the real perk is the people watching. keep your eyes peeled for notable celebs on the 9th ave side.
Can be a little crowded and intense but if you get a table, order the Ile Flottante (floating island) - a French dessert with meringue floating in crème anglaise (a vanilla custard).
Get some oysters, the salty ones, then the tartar and ask for mustard if they forget - it's such a great lunch spot both in- and outside.
It lives up to all expectations. Breakfast sticky buns coffee fabulous waiters. Just love it.
Come to the Meatpacking District (Hudson and Gansevoort Street ) on Aug 31st and be a part of a live photo shoot with fashion photographer Nigel Barker!
Linda torre Eiffel !!!
Great food, hot models, whatelse ???