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Hearth
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403 E 12th St New York, NY 10009
403 East 12th StreetUSNew YorkNew York10009
(646) 602-1300restauranthearth.com
$$$Restaurant, American Restaurant
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American Restaurant
Brunch Restaurant
Italian Restaurant
Today 6–10PM
Wednesday 6–10PMThursday 6–10PMFriday 6–11PMSaturday 11AM–2PM, 6–11PMSunday 11AM–3:30PM, 6–10PMMonday 6–10PMTuesday 6–10PM
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Executive Chef Marco Canora  brings fine-dining to the East Village with a focus on pristine, local, clean ingredients and a diverse wine list
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Upscale Tuscan-American restaurant in a warm setting with an open kitchen & a large wine list.- Google
"Top notch wine list, for one thing, and the charcuterie plate is perfection."
"The chicken liver pate was also to die for good."
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Mario Spina
3 weeks ago
Fantastic food, service, atmosphere. Food is especially excellent. I find it offensive and disrespectful that people write a good review but leave 4 stars. If you have a great experience here, then leave 5 stars. You're not a Michelin inspector.
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Màlik Mazhar
a month ago
Great fine dinning experience in the east village. Bean salad, cod and meatballs were phenomenal. Wine recommendation could have been better - server should have let us speak with the sommelier but instead chose a bottle which was not what we had requested.
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Collin McGuire
a month ago
Nice and cozy setting with very fresh and very good food. Great plating and an excellent wait staff to go with it.
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D Nguyễn
6 months ago
We stumble on to Hearth on a night with a friend visiting in town. The first choice around the corner was vetoed. This corner restaurant was busy with a rustic décor seemed like it was worth a try. Even without reservations, the hostess was very pleasant; checked and placed our party of 4 at a leisurely wooden agrarian looking table that could have accommodated 6...yeah! The restaurant was lively, full of people enjoying their food. It was not too loud where we had to scream at each other across the table. Our server was very helpful and attentive without hovering. We ordered cocktails from an extensive book of whos whos of wine, beer and any other alcohol that is produced on the planet. Cheers to that with the unique drink mixology was a good start. The cuisine here went for a rustic touch that in some cases worked and other was okay. The grilled quail was nicely done as was the grilled octopus. The Ribollita was a letdown from what I'm familiar to the Italian version. The salmon plate was quirkly presented in 4 chunks lightly poached morsels that was underseasoned. Our other courses fared much better pork chop cooked perfectly medium rare. The cod was light and flakey, the Canestri - a solid swordfish like texture was a bit odd too me. The pork ragu was the clear winner of the bunch that really spoke of the rustic theme of the food here. With a pleasant décor, food by locally grown with and interesting take on comfort food Hearth is certainly where the home is but don't forget your wallet because after eating here rustic is what your account will look like.
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Vernon Williams
2 months ago
Came here with friends for a birthday dinner. It was a little cozy, but no more than most NYC restaurants. The staff was very accommodating about getting the group (there were 8 of us) into a comfortable space that would not inhibit the movement of the staff or of other guests. The space is dimly (but warmly) lit with eclectic rustic touches all over. Nice for a relaxing date. It got a bit noisy as the place filled up, perhaps this was the Friday evening crowd. The food is mostly small dishes, almost like tapas, so our server ordered a variety of items for us to that we could share and have a variety of tastes. It was all very good. It wasn't cheap, bBut it was definitely worth it.
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Stephanie Caruso
2 months ago
So fantastic! I'll try and be brief -- Their cocktails were well done and the bartender was really nice. The handoff from ordering a drink at the bar, to receiving it, to carrying the tab over to our table bill (they give you a big tarot card, nice touch) was excellent. My only wish was that my Moscow Mule would've come in a cool cup but i'm not really complaining. Our server was very knowledgeable, nice, chatty, and attentive. He helped us decide what to get and how much. There was a weird wait in between courses, which he apologized for and made up. Our starter veggie dishes were all shared and we couldn't get enough. I ordered the gnocci, which was great, but the hake looked a lot better. The burger at the table was also good. Dessert came quickly and was normal looking but also had those extra, small touches that went the extra mile. Overall, a phenomenal dinner and I hope to come again soon!
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Chloe Davis
3 months ago
Everything here was incredible... Top notch wine list, for one thing, and the charcuterie plate is perfection. Hard to find good lardo outside of Italy, and hearth's perfectly whipped rendition is some of the best I've tasted. The chicken liver pate was also to die for good. My only complaint as regards the charcuterie is that there wasn't more of that amazing pork rillette on the plate. Perhaps not the best rillette I've ever tasted, but the rosemary is a thoughtful touch. But the best part of Hearth is the gnocchi, which is just casually listed as a side dish for $8 and is the best $8 you will ever spend. It is the perfect sized bowl of little salt and butter clouds, like taking bites of heaven.
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Magdalena R
8 months ago
We've organised numerous professional wine tastings here, a wine trade lunch and I've been here for leisure. In every case, Hearth, its staff and its management have been exceptionally responsive, competent and pleasant to work with. Every event that we have had here has impressed both clients and invitees. The food is delicious, and it's possible to get reservation. Though slightly classier than some restaurants around, Hearth is wholly welcoming and cosy. Awesome wine, beer and cider list focussing on independent/family producers. Also good: the music is kept low enough to allow conversation. One of my suggestions for when people ask where to dine with out-of-town parents in the East Village.
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