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Boulton & Watt
American Restaurant$$
Today 10:30 am – 2:00 am
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5 Avenue A New York, NY 10009, United States
5 Avenue AUSNew YorkNew York10009
(646) 490-6004boultonandwattnyc.com
$$American Restaurant, GastropubToday 10:30 am – 2:00 am
Monday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amTuesday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amWednesday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amThursday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amFriday 5:00 pm – 4:00 amSaturday 10:30 am – 4:00 amSunday 10:30 am – 2:00 am
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Gastropub with cast-iron fixtures & old machinery offering American classics & creative cocktails.- Google
"Love the bacon wrapped dates and brussels sprouts too."
"A solid brunch spot in a great location."
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Heather Teicher
4 months ago
Excellent bar and restaurant. Try the pickled pineapple appetizer - you never tasted anything like it! It gets loud in here so best to go with a crew of friends. Very friendly staff. Gets crowded - make a rez or pull up a seat at the bar.
Julia Gibb
5 months ago
Great place for appetizers and drinks or a full meal. This has become the go-to for out of town guests when I want cocktails and tasty snacks before going to a nearby music venue. Particularly love the pickled brussel sprouts. They make an excellent Manhattan with soaked cherries.
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Shirell B.
a month ago
Cool bar with stiff drinks and areas for you to dance if you choose to cut lose. We mainly hung out upstairs, drank, and danced to the Micheal songs that were repeatedly being played.
Samantha Gennuso
a year ago
Despite the outrage over the "yuppie"-like facade of this east village pub, the food, drink and staff are fantastic. Prices are reasonable, wine selection is awesome and who can beat beer by the growler? Be sure to try the rosemary fries and the giant chocolate chip cookie. Perfect for a group birthday party or a drink with a mate.
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Allison Yu
3 months ago
A solid brunch spot in a great location. The space is large and has a great rustic look with the dark textured walls. It's REALLY loud though, had to shout through my entire meal. I ordered the fried oyster omelette and the short rib bone marrow eggs benedict and split it with a friend. All of our brunch plates came with home fries. The texture of the omelette was amazingly fluffy. I think my love for perfectly cooked eggs influenced my perception of this dish because the fillings were pretty light and unexciting, and the fried oysters were SPARSE. It was also drenched in a bernaise sauce, making it just slightly too heavy for my liking The short rib bone marrow eggs benedict were fantastic. The short rib was flavorful and vinegary, the PERFECT complement to the tempering poached egg yolk. The bone marrow made the whole dish nice and fatty. t=This was also drenched in bernaise sauce, to the point where the bread became too soggy. The home fries were a little overcooked and unexciting but overall I enjoyed my meal.
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Heather D'Amico
4 months ago
Boulton & Watt is always a go-to for me. I crave their quinoa salad and get it pretty much every week. Love the bacon wrapped dates and brussels sprouts too. Not a bad looking staff either (just sayin').
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Matthew Smith
a year ago
A wonderful steam punk atmosphere combined with excellent food and good strong drinks at decent prices makes this a spot to return to. Also they have a giant chocolate chip cookie which is amazing!
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Lisa Nguyen
a year ago
The place has a sort of carbon copy setup of what a “hipster” spot should be. They have the cool exposed mechanical ceiling fans, suspender-clad wait staff, tarnished worn-in table tops and stools, and "Williamsburg-ish" appeal. The place was our setting for Sunday brunch and we were pleasantly greeted as well as seated within minutes after arriving. The $5 brunch cocktails were good, but I can’t imagine anyone complaining about that. I’m not a huge fan of their BBQ Bloodies, but I’m just not a huge fan of BBQ flavored items. The food was slightly above average and the portions were solid. I did especially enjoy my meal here and I think most would too.
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