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Pastis
French Restaurant$$$
Today 8:00 am – 2:00 am
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9 Ninth Ave New York, NY 10014
9 Ninth AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10014
(212) 929-4844pastisny.com
$$$French Restaurant, Bistro
French Restaurant
Bistro
Bar
Today 8:00 am – 2:00 am
Monday 8:00 am – 1:00 amTuesday 8:00 am – 1:00 amWednesday 8:00 am – 2:00 amThursday 8:00 am – 3:00 amFriday 8:00 am – 3:00 amSaturday 9:00 am – 1:00 amSunday 9:00 am – 1:00 am
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Theatrical evocation of Paris featuring bistro food & high-energy atmospherics from a chic crowd.- Google
"The fine herb omelet is also phenomenal."
"Very nice, authentic French bistro food in a boisterous atmosphere."
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Caitlin Alekna
8 months ago
After a long day of shopping in expensive boutiques in which we could afford nothing, my mother and I stumbled upon this restaurant. Exhausted and hungry, we were ready for a feast. Packed with patrons of many varieties, we were seated next to a french couple, which immediately reaffirmed our instant gratification we felt upon entering the restaurant. We ordered and devoured the mussels, a plate of liver pate, a cast iron skillet of mac & cheese, and an order of french fries complete with a garlic aioli dipping sauce. They also had a great wine selection and the entire meal was probably the most affordable we had while visiting NYC.
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Francesco Tronci
2 years ago
Great brunch place. It can be very noisy and crowded, so you definitely want to make a reservation. Very good mix of choices and relaxed atmosphere. Only problem is the wait time (even with a reservation) during the crowded weekends.
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Claudio Criscione
2 years ago
We had a late brunch after booking some days in advance. The restaurant was packed, with a mixed crowd, noisy and energetic. My eggs were out of this world, perfectly cooked and tasty. The sweet pancakes however were nothing but average, almost an afterthought in a large menu. Service was fast if not particularly friendly (it was very apparent they needed the table cleared to make space for the next round). The position is very neat, right in the meat packing district, and makes for a very nice walk after brunch.
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Piers Tainsh
2 years ago
Fantastic food and service. In fact for me the service was too good as we barely had a second before finishing and the next course. However the moules frites were as good as any in France. Always come here when we are in town.
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Indra Nooyi
a year ago
Absolutely one of my favorite places in NY. They are now closed for renovations until 2015. I'm really going to miss it. I love all the McNally restaurants. The food is always top notch and excellent and the servers are very well trained and know how to be hospitable and to serve without any problems. I've always had a lovely time. It can be loud and noisy and boisterous but that's the fun of going out in NY.
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Juan Manuel Campanera
a year ago
Horrible place. Overcrowded and they act like you're lucky to be here. We had to wait 20 minutes after they called us. Then another hour for the food. Which, by the way, was definitely not worth the price. Service was the worst
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Daniel Levine
a year ago
Keith McNally's Pastis is a cacophonous restaurant with a theatrical appeal that takes a page out of Parisian life and inserts it into New York. Although the restaurant's mirrors, marble-topped credenzas, zinc bar, signs and other accouterments may have been sourced locally, it looks like they're straight out of old Les Halles. And celebrities still arrive to this buzzing Meatpacking District bistro by the limo load. Culinarily, it's vrai Français—onion soup with a thick crust of cheese, croque monsieur served on a wooden board, skate with capers in black butter, roast leg of lamb with flageolets, and steak frites served with béarnaise sauce. House wines are served by the carafe, accompanied by sturdy tumblers.
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James Mullaney
2 years ago
A nice place worth visiting in an area crowded with great places to eat. The restaurant manages to be homely and high end at the same time, while the food is all of a high quality. Every dish was excellent, and the staff couldn't have been more helpful. A great place to visit and somewhere I'd definitely go again.