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Perry St
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176 Perry St, Manhattan, NY 10014
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176 Perry St New York, NY 10014
176 Perry StreetUSNew YorkNew York10014
$$$Restaurant, American Restaurant
American Restaurant
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Today 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 5:30 – 10:30 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 5:30 – 10:30 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 5:30 – 10:30 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 5:30 – 10:30 pmThursday 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 5:30 – 10:30 pmFriday 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 5:30 – 11:30 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 3:30 pm, 5:30 – 11:30 pmSunday 11:00 am – 3:30 pm, 5:30 – 10:30 pm
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Jean-Georges & Cedric Vongerichten mix modern American flavors in Richard Meier's modernist tower.- Google
"Let's just say I was VERY happy with my Butter Poached Lobster choice."
"We especially loved the Crispy Fried Chicken and the Butternut Squash Soup."
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Tam Le
a month ago
Few of my Instagram photos reach 20 likes so quickly, but the Butter Poached Lobster climbed the double-digits before I could even finish it. It truly was a thing of beauty. It was also freaking delicious and that's what really counts at the end of the day. You know what else was super delicious? The seasonal White Asparagus, which were giant stalks that just fell apart in this delicious light sauce. The seasonal Softshell Crab was also oozing with some kind of delicious flavorful sauce. I thought the Rice Cracker Crusted Tuna was a bit overrated. The Sriracha-citrus emulsion that it came with was pretty good, but I thought the dish was still lacking flavor overall. I tried my a bit of my friend's Pan Seared Black Sea Bass, which I found kind of dry. I also tried a bit of my friend's mom's Perry St. Fried Chicken, which had a thin crispy skin, à la Korean fried chicken. Let's just say I was VERY happy with my Butter Poached Lobster choice. We split a Rhubarb and Lychee Trifle for dessert which was just light and fresh enough to cleanse the palate without making us feel obscenely full. They then came out with a chocolate petit four cake which was, as everyone agreed, divine. The restaurant is spacious and white, making it seem a bit cold and sparse in the light of day. Compared to the only other Jean-Georges restaurant I've been to, ABC Kitchen, it felt much less organic and more chic and modern. Once the sun set however, the lighting made the space feel much more intimate. The service is amazing and everything is considered. For example, they space their giant circular booths in such a way to allow the waiters to place drinks and plates from behind instead of reaching over the table. I would definitely recommend if you're looking for something on the fancier/bougier side.
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Christopher Lorn
2 months ago
Perry Street is one of the more consistently great restaurants in New York and never ceases to disappoint. More affordable and less stuffy than most Jean Georges restaurants, the ambiance, food, and location will make for a perfect brunch and dinner spot for many occasions. I've been here for both dates, family occasions, and friend outings - all of which have left me with a good taste in my mouth, literally. The Fried Chicken is what they're known for and I always request my dining companion that one of us gets that dish every time. The Tartare is one of the more spectacular plates of raw beef I've tasted in this city. The best part: They usually have openings for last minute reservations, so it's my go-to bougie food gem in this city.
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Carlo Shift
8 months ago
Note: There is no good way to get here via public transportation. You will walk for a while after emerging from the train station. Now that that's out of the way, this is a really good restaurant by Jean-Georges. Crusted tuna is on point. Other people in the group split a steak special. Cocktails are well made. The butter poached lobster is also good. Finish off the meal with some molten chocolate cake, and walk back to the train station to try and burn off the excess calories.
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Heather Teicher
8 months ago
Excellent place for brunch or dinner. Gorgeous setting right on the Hudson. Get dressed up for this place. The menu is small but everything is good. Excellent service too.
Dulce Parra
2 months ago
An amazing experience, would go there again. The people were amazing, they were very helpful, this girl especially who's name is Megan. My niece had an assignment for her college class and Megan tried her best to tell us what exactly was in the meal. The staff there made sure that we weren't missing anything. I recommend it 100%
Ross Smith
2 months ago
went here w/ lauren randomly. Sat next to couple on their first date. A jean-George rest who also does abc kitchen and Cocina.
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Bryan Beirola
3 months ago
This was one of the best food experiences I have had, ever. A little late on the review, but I came here for the Thanksgiving dinner prefix. Don't tell my aunt but I was not homesick this year. Great staff, great food.
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Lori Luo
7 months ago
I'm usually not a fan of "fusion cuisine", but when it's done as exquisitely as it is at Perry Street, it's one of the few exceptions I'll make. This West Village restaurant is overseen by Cedric Vongerichten, the son of the famed JGV, and is immediately elegant and simple even at first glance. My friend and I arrived for dinner and we started off with a variety of first courses. I opted for the Grilled Tomato Soup, an elegant, acidic take on the traditional tomato bisque, complete with cantaloupe, cucumber, and watermelon. Next up was the Perry St. Fried Chicken, an elevated take on the traditionally "take out" food; It was deboned, which made it easier to eat with a fork and knife, the white meat was surprisingly tender and juicy, and the seasoning was just right - not overly heavy, but enough to give the originally bland protein some flavor. On the side were four slices of Goldbar Squash that was served with a bright puree as well as a Scotch Bonnet sauce. And to finish, Jean Georges' famed Molten Chocolate Cake, which paired a scoop of vanilla ice cream with a perfectly cooked molten chocolate cake. Our meal here was one of the best in the season, and certainly encourages a return visit.
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