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DBGB Kitchen and Bar
French Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 pm – 1:00 am
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299 Bowery New York, NY 10003
299 BoweryUSNew YorkNew York10003
$$French Restaurant, Ice Cream Shop
French Restaurant
Ice Cream Shop
Beer Store
Hamburger Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 pm – 1:00 am
Monday 5:30 – 11:00 pmTuesday 5:30 pm – 12:00 amWednesday 5:30 pm – 12:00 amThursday 5:30 pm – 12:00 amFriday 5:30 pm – 1:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 pm – 1:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pm
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Chef Daniel Boulud's hip bistro serves meat-centric French comfort food in a sprawling space.- Google
"Their Bone Marrow Appetizer and blood/pig head sausage were perfect."
"Wonderful addition to daniel boulud's chain of restaurants."
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Jean-Guillaume Bastin
a month ago
If you're looking for french inspired food for a decent price in a nice neighbor, DBGB is definitely something to go for. The menu is interesting and the food is well executed. Very classic and nothing crazy but just efficient as we like it. The location is great and the bar in itself has a great atmosphere. They also have a nice alcohol and wine selection.
Vincent Jeanniard
a month ago
Very Noisy. Awful atmosphere. Worse Burger even eaten. Ovepriced. Not even worse considering when there are much better options in the area.
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Qing Ye
11 months ago
The atmosphere is so romantic, definitely good for couples dating. And the food, especially the beer surprised me. Will go again if I am in NYC. It is a bit costly though.
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Rejane S
a month ago
Good spot for a lazy Sunday brunch or a drink.
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Krystyna Lijek
5 months ago
$10 Beer and Schnitzel (Srsly) So that’s like getting a free beer, or schnitzel, right? Yep! You’ll be dining in elegance too, it’s a DBGB on going special that most people don't know about. TBH, when I use to think of going to DBGB it was never just for a quick bite and a beer but an elaborate dinner. Now you know that it caters to both! You have your option of any beer on the menu with one of three dog options. So grab a seat at the bar and stay a while. There’s the original DBGB dog which is your standard American dog, a lamb with mint option, and a Thai dog. They don’t skimp on the size either, these are full size schnitzels. If you haven’t been to DBGB for a full meal, I suggest it. You won’t be displeased. Scouts honor. I mean DBGB is the place that took my white asparagus virginity, it has to treat you well. My advice - You shouldn’t pass this deal up, it’s waiting for you. All the beer, garnishes and sauces just called your name, I know.
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Rocky Lotito
a year ago
When I want to get a special meal, DBGB is often my first choice ahead of nicer and pricier establishments. Daniel Boulud hits all the right notes with the array of meats and cheeses making up the core of the menu, giving this place a real homey feel while not sacrificing high-end quality (at a price that won't kill you). I always get one of the many sausages as an appetizer (they're all fantastic) and then pick whatever looks good off the menu. It's almost impossible to have a bad time at DBGB.
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Tyler Lund
a year ago
Very good gastro pub with a huge selection of rare beer. Loved the unique selection, after all we did come here due to its being featured in my beer book including an unfiltered Kolsch, wild ale fermented in outdoor troughs, and cellar aged Amber beauties. They even had a gluten free option. The food was also excellent. The sausages are world famous for good reason. The Tunisian with lamb was amazing. The burgers are also great and include a pork belly topped one and one with pulled pork on top. Also loved the fries. One can even order a whole hog for a group here. Only reason it isn't a 5 is the staff. They were very friendly and helpful, but took a long time between visits. It took over 30 minutes to place our drink orders. Still a fantastic place to try some incredible beer from your beer-cut list.
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Matteo Caligaris
11 months ago
Main courses are the size of appetizers, and appetizers are more like expensive amuse-buche. In general we the food well displayed but not very tasty, though the sausages were amazing. The place is beautiful, but very loud, and the scene very cool. Ultimately I don't think it was worth the price, especially considering that I left still hungry.


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