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Mas (la grillade)
French Restaurant$$$$
Today 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 6:00 – 11:30 pm
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28 7th Ave S New York, NY 10014
28 7th Ave SUSNYNew York10014
$$$$French Restaurant, American RestaurantToday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 6:00 – 11:30 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 6:00 – 11:30 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 6:00 – 11:30 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 6:00 – 11:30 pmThursday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 6:00 – 11:30 pmFriday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 6:00 – 11:30 pmSaturday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 6:00 – 11:30 pmSunday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 6:00 – 11:30 pm
A seasonal menu of locally grown and sustainably raised foods cooked solely over wood fires of oak, apple and other hardwoods
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American cuisine from a wood-fired grill in this casual, upscale spin-off of Mas (farmhouse).- Google
People talk about oysters, wood fired, tasting menu, romaine salad and grilled romaine
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J Mershon
reviewed 3 months ago
Maybe we don't "get out that much"... we said, "when we go to the City, we're going BIG or going home". Well, we couldn't stay, unfortunately, but the experience of this tasting (7 course dinner) was like the best amusement park I EVER went to. (7) dishes (with a few complimentary dishes as well), (2) glasses of Syrah... and wow! Yes, it's a little pricey- but, my intent was to have wow factor... Mas delivered. The night and time we wanted to go to Farmhouse, they were booked solid. No real disappointment as La grillade was as fantastic and quaint. I could have even dressed down a little more. My only complaint/suggestion: is to serve the last (2) dishes which included a Chocolate tart, candied kumquat and a Guiness stout ice cream on one, and another V. Bean Sorbet with fufu (I forget), would be to CHILL the plates... I was (2) seconds from licking my plate... and decided not to... but really, the goodness melts to quickly when all you want to do is savor the food and the moment and its melting away...
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Alfonso Rivera
reviewed 3 months ago
Amazing food and spectacular service. Everyone was so gracious and accommodating, from the hostess to management to serving staff. Great wine list and wine pairings with our customized Chef's Tasting Menu!
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Taylor Yi
reviewed 8 months ago
I came here on a Restaurant Week whim and was a little disappointed. While the food was good, I was not in any way particularly impressed by dishes. They did not seem particularly unique nor have any memorable flavors. Service was fine and the restaurant itself is very cute and quaint, but didn't feel it lived up to the hype.
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Christopher Westendorf
reviewed 4 months ago
I cam here for brunch during restaurant week and decide to order from the menu instead. The food was absolutely brilliant I have never had so much fun eating brunch before and I love breakfast. Everything I tasted was indulgent in a magical way. I highly recommend this place for a fancy brunch.
Ed Starowicz
reviewed 11 months ago
Chef Galen Zamarra does wonderful things with the Grille. The wood/charcoal flavor introduces new tastes to the palate. Sensation of taste is categorized into 5 basic tastes: sweetness, sourness, saltiness, bitterness, & umami. I didn't detect bitterness. Galen definitely does touch all others. Service was excellent. Decor- The table in the upper area is the place to be. The best in West Village
Leonor White
reviewed 12 months ago
I recently discovered a farm-to-table restaurant in the West Village. I was looking for an upscale lunch at an affordable price to dine with my family. Mas (la grillade) is the sister restaurant to Mas (farmhouse), but, as the name indicates, focuses on grilled meats. During lunch hours, a seasonal menu of locally grown foods cooked solely over wood fires of oak, apple and other hardwoods is served. This menu is comprised of three courses: appetizer, main course and desert, and it all comes at a very reasonable price, $27. Lunch à la carte is also available, but I would recommend opting for the menu, as you get a chance to experience Chef Galen Zamarra’s seasonal favorites. The restaurant is also open for dinner, and just as for lunch, there is a prix fixe menu (but for a higher price, $68), as well as an à la carte dining. We went for lunch on a Saturday, and it did not disappoint. The restaurant is simply but tastefully decorated, making a bold statement with regards to its farm-to-table concept. As the menus arrived, we all had our eyes fixed on the first item in the menu: “Grilled Pear and Sunchoke Soup with Mint, Black Truffle and Hen of the Woods Mushrooms.” Despite the fact that there were other appetizers to choose from, such as the “Grilled Trumpet Royale Mushrooms with a Salad of Mizuna, Grilled Onion Vinaigrette, and Croutons,” we all thought that the soup sounded divine, and it was indeed. The grilled pear and sunchoke flavors made for a distinctive taste; the soup was sprinkled with mint and black truffles and topped with mushroom croutons. For the main course, we all went our separate ways, with some of us choosing the grilled duck confit, which, despite the fact that it was cooked for 12 hours over a wood fire, was tender and pink, just as it should be. The duck was accompanied by grilled baby carrots and turnips, Swiss chard and bacon; what a tasty combination! The grilled salmon with Alphonso olive tapenade, grilled bok choi and escarole is also a must; the salmon which came out pan-seared on the outside, moist and darker inside, was just right. After these first two substantial courses, we just had room enough for dessert. We ordered a sort of baba-apple cake flavored with maple syrup and cinnamon, accompanied by buttermilk sorbet that was extremely satisfying. Although the lunch menu was a bargain, we stayed away from the expensive wine list and opted for the reasonably priced craft beers. Because this is a gastronomic restaurant, the wine prices match those of the à la carte menu. However, if you are a wine enthusiast, Mas (la grillade) does have an extensive, quality wine list and has a highly respectable selection of organic wines. Overall, our experience at Mas la grillade was outstanding, the portions perfectly sized, the service outstanding, and the atmosphere delightful. The prix-fixe lunch menu is highly recommended for the great price-value it offers and is a pleasant place for a family dinner.
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