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84 E 4th St New York, NY 10003
84 East 4th StreetUSNew YorkNew York10003
$$$Today 11AM–2:30PM, 5–11PM
Wednesday 11AM–2:30PM, 5–11PMThursday 11AM–2:30PM, 5–11PMFriday 11AM–2:30PM, 5–11PMSaturday 10:30AM–3PM, 5–11PMSunday 10:30AM–3PM, 5–10PMMonday 5–11PMTuesday 11AM–2:30PM, 5–11PM
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Airy, farmhouse-style French bistro with patio seating offering modern takes on classic rustic eats.- Google
"Large portions, wine list was great, and service above and beyond."
"The vibe is sophisticated with plenty of brunch staples for the picky eaters."
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Russell Volpe
3 years ago
Inventive, exciting,casual French fare that is thoughtful, fun and full of whimsy. You will see things on this menu that you would never have thought of ordering and every one of them is terrific. Wait staff very helpful and it has exactly the right East Village/Paris left bank feel you hope that it would. Location across form New York Theatre Workshop makes it perfect for visiting that theatre.
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Mary Alice Marston
3 years ago
Marvelous restaurant...fresh, fresh, fresh ingredients, sophisticated menu selections. Large portions, wine list was great, and service above and beyond. We were delighted to have chosen this for our first evening in New York!
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Michael Tulipan
3 years ago
terrific new bistor
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Nikolas Floros
3 years ago
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Andy Bormann
3 years ago
Small, but very appealing selection of food, fresh, very tasty oysters, nice service. You can sit outside and enjoy the village atmosphere or have a quite noisy table inside in a bright room with windows down to the bottom. Definitely a nice start in the day to go there for breakfast.
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Lisa Read
3 years ago
The location is right on the corner of busy intersection of the East Village, but once seated you'll find yourself pleasantly calm and relaxed. At least this is how it went for my bf and me during our visit for a Saturday brunch (before noon). The service is attentive and I have always loved the feel of the restaurant even when they were Belcourt. The vibe is sophisticated with plenty of brunch staples for the picky eaters. We went with the German pancakes and the Arnold Bennett omelet. Both were on the lighter side of portions but done perfectly. I love the pancake with its strong fresh lemon flavor. The Arnold Bennett is open-faced with a white béchamel sauce along with delicate smoked white fish filets. This was quite tasty! The price tag will keep us from making regular trips here as our total brunch tab with just the two entrees, one coffee and one sparkling water was +$50 with tip. However, I like this place so keep it up! Bravo!
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Elizaveta Yurlasova
3 years ago
Salad place
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Douglas Jeffe
3 years ago


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