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The Grange Bar & Eatery
American Restaurant
Today 11:30 am – 4:00 am
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1635 Amsterdam Ave New York, NY 10031
1635 Amsterdam AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10031
American Restaurant, BarToday 11:30 am – 4:00 am
Monday 11:30 am – 4:00 amTuesday 11:30 am – 4:00 amWednesday 11:30 am – 4:00 amThursday 11:30 am – 4:00 amFriday 11:30 am – 4:00 amSaturday 10:30 am – 4:00 amSunday 10:30 am – 4:00 am
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The Grange Bar & Eatery is a farm to table restaurant and full bar located right in the heart of the beautiful and historical section of Hamilton Heights. Our diners are guaranteed to experience only the freshest food and ingredients possible, making for dishes that are simply unlike anything else.

Guests of The Grange Bar & Eatery will be able to enjoy savory cocktails mixed to perfection, 16 different beers on draft including craft and seasonal brews, and local and International wines all in a relaxing and friendly neighborhood setting. While are drinks reason alone to come, we also boast some of the best dishes in Hamilton Heights. Our savory, Farmer’s Kitchen comfort fare are all made with as much local produce and organic seasonal ingredients when possible.

The Grange Bar & Eatery is the perfect place to enjoy a delicious meal and drink in a relaxing and friendly neighborhood atmosphere.

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Microbrews, craft cocktails & area-sourced comfort fare served in a roomy, rustic-chic space.- Google
"We ordered two appetizers, the tomato salad and the fried squash blossoms."
"My wife and 6 year-old daughter split the grilled cheese sandwich as an entree."
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Edward Smith III
2 months ago
Valentine's Day Breakfast at Grange was absolutely splendid. It's always great to find a restaurant who is not charging a ridiculous surcharge just because it's a holiday. Me and my GF had the chicken and biscuit with the foie gras hash brown... A-MAZ-ING. I will surly be back here. Expect a wait if you come after 12pm.
Response from the owner - 2 months ago
Thank you for spending your Valentines with us, Edward. Great choice on the Foie Gras Hash Brown! Look forward to seeing you back again soon. -Roy, Owner
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Dave Hong
9 months ago
Can't go wrong with friendly service and good food. I was pleasantly surprised by their (actually) hearty oxtail soup ($9), which packs a spicy kick, with ox meat cooked tender enough to melt in your mouth. Want something less spicy but just as savory? Try their fried green tomatoes ($10), popular for a reason: they're prepped atop apple smoked bacon. Their Du Bois' Cider ($11) makes for a perfect accompaniment, all blended whiskey and house-made apple cider. I'm glad the Grange joined the neighborhood: it has the feel of a country restaurant, and you can almost smell the manure. Thankfully almost.
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Margarita A.
a year ago
So happy to have another place to go to in the neighborhood besides Harlem Public! The drinks are creative and tasty. The menu is growing, and very tasty! One big advantage it has over Harlem Public is the size; it's huge! You can sit at a table or the bar and you don't feel you have everyone breathing down your neck. Looking forward to my next visit, yum yum.
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Andrew Kemp
6 months ago
Mediocre food, and slow service.
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Kata Rina
3 months ago
Yes this place is a gem in Upper Manhattan. I was invited to meet with some friends for Breakfast and was surprised in many ways. The food and coffee was excellent. The Service A+. The restaurant is clean and staff well trained and friendly. I come to NYC often and The Grange will be on my list to visit again perhaps for lunch and dinner next time?
Response from the owner - 2 months ago
I will be more than happy to pass on your compliments to my staff, Kata! I look forward to your next visit. -Roy, Owner
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K. Colón
7 months ago
Delicious food. Very homey and comfortable, but high quality at the same time. The wait staff was great and very attentive. A lot of wonderful vegetarian options as well.
James Ford
a year ago
Whatever you do, The Grange Bar & Eatery, don't fire your chef. He or she is doing a remarkable job. Not only was this recently opened (June 2013) restaurant half-full of customers at 5:30PM on a Tuesday, it's also currently under a scaffolding, obscuring its entrance -- it's in that high of demand. The fact is, it's a thoughtfully appointed place with a pressed tin ceiling in a neighborhood hungry (perhaps literally) for a pleasant, high-quality eatery. Fortunately, the Italian restaurant Coccola (it means "hug") is two blocks down, but The Grange is a cut above. We ordered two appetizers, the tomato salad and the fried squash blossoms. The presentation was comparable to what we've had at Craft, the Union Square Cafe or other high-end restaurants much farther downtown. The taste was comparable as well, if not better. Of particular note was the sauce on the gorgonzola-stuffed squash blossoms. It had a tang that was indescribably good. Truly noteworthy. My wife and 6 year-old daughter split the grilled cheese sandwich as an entree. My daughter finished her half, a true sign of quality. My wife raved. It was the two types of cheeses (which escape me now) that impressed her, as well as the way the tomato was grilled. I ordered the crab cake, on the recommendation from the very friendly server, who was from Maryland, where they know a thing or two about crabs. She was right, to a point. The spices and other flavorings were excellent. I'd have preferred the meat to have been more chunky, and for the crab cake to have been more crisp. Also, the crab cake did not come with a side. I had to order The Grange's well-made fries separately, and they ended up being -- of course -- a superb complement. Washed it down with a drink I order virtually everywhere: a shandy. My wife, who usually can't stand my signature lemonade and lager beverage, actually enjoyed stealing sips of the shandy I had at The Grange. It was the handmade lemonade that made the difference. Overall, it was a surprisingly lower-in-Manhattan, casual gourmet dining experience Uptown. A very pleasant, gratifying dinner. One last thing to note: just like many gourmet restaurants lower in Manhattan, the portions were not large. My wife cheers this fact. I, who prefer to spend $70 (including tip -- not bad) and leave full, would have preferred just slightly larger portions. Bottom line, though, The Grange is a gem in a neighborhood that's rapidly changing for the better. The restaurant is one notable sign of Hamilton Heights' improvement.
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Marcella Winograd
11 months ago
I am so excited since i live across the st and they have amazing food and choices of all sorts! great decor and all :)

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