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9 Jones St New York, NY 10014
9 Jones StreetUSNew YorkNew York10014
$$$American RestaurantToday 5:30 – 11:30 pm
Monday 5:30 – 10:00 pmTuesday 5:30 – 10:00 pmWednesday 5:30 – 11:00 pmThursday 5:30 – 11:00 pmFriday 5:30 – 11:30 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 11:30 pmSunday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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Unassuming Village restaurant known for its spicy duck burger, inventive menu & neighborly spirit.- Google
"Hanger steak and Spicy duck Meatballs."
"Former Top Chef winner Harold Dieterle is the chef here."
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Dianna Chou
a week ago
Drinks: - Midnight cocktail - nice - Beer: Westbrook sour - Sour and salty. Like pickle juice Ambiance: - Nice atmosphere - Casual to nice dress Ate here for restaurant week. Food: - Duck fat popcorn - the togarashi gave a slight bit of spicy and savory flavor, but otherwise it didn't taste too special. It also didn't taste freshly popped. unfotunately - Cucumber gazpacho - very good; a very refreshing soup with a hint of spiciness, there were a few cubes of watermelon, and a smear of goat? cheese for some more flavors and textures - Stuffed poblano pepper - a pepper stuffed with rice and ground meat, it was a bit on the drier side, but the tomato sauce it was served with helped a bit - Mackerel - prepared well, the skin was lightly crisp, and meat was moist - Chocolate souffle - very good, the portion is served in a large teacup (about 5" in diameter), and came with a couple small biscotti-like cookies, and a coffee? sauce Decent olive oil for the complimentary bread Meal ended with Petite fours - a mini chocolate cookie with caramel and sea salt Service: - very good - they were very good about the water service, and waitress checked up on us just the right amount.
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Varenya Prasad
8 months ago
great service, great ambience, appetizers are incredible!!!!! however would have liked more variety in the entree options
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Jason Samuel
a year ago
Hanger steak and Spicy duck Meatballs.. Amazing! Duck entree was ok. Superb waitstaff and cozy dining area. Highly recommended for dinner in the Village.
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Cindy Learn
5 years ago
AMAZING Desserts! Great food; we were Harold fans from the first episode of Top Chef and happy he won. Got to meet him there - had to wonder if he's tired of hearing from fans yet? Cute neighborhood, nice atmosphere, Fabulous service - somehow there were a lot of employees floating about, but they were wonderfully helpful without being obtrusive. "Three little pigs" was delicious if you're into pork.
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Neil Das
11 months ago
Great dining area (ask for a booth!) and service at the tables. The duck meatballs were good, the gnocchi was awesome, and the hangar steak was good but not great. The presentation of each item was superb. The menu is short but diverse, and they have a full 6 course vegetarian tasting menu for those who can't choose from the very meat-focused dinner menu. They finished the night by giving us some yummy chocolates with our bill.
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Samir Rao
2 years ago
I came here for Restaurant Week and was a little skeptical that a meal costing that much would ever really be worth the price. I was pleasantly surprised that even the vegetarian option was really quite delicious and the staggered structure of the courses really fit quite well for the meal itself. I was also amazed that a combination like cold watermelon cucumber gazpacho could so delicious while my main ravioli dish was really cooked quite well. I think the dessert was the crowning achievement though and was well made. I think though, that it's not quite at the point where I would come back and eat here not on Restaurant Week but was pretty impressed with the food nonetheless.
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Leo O
a year ago
Came here for brunch with 2 friends and I had the french style omelet of the day. Before coming here I didn't know that Harold Dieterle was the chef here, but what this means is that I need to come back here for dinner because the brunch was just okay. All I can say is that the ingredients were clean/fresh and the omelet didn't taste oily or dry at all. Overall it was a safe clean dish. I would have expected something more from the Top Chef winner. Service was excellent and they even let us eat our Cronuts here :) As of now, I can't recommend this place for brunch, but I'll need to try the dinner.
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Alex Berggruen
2 years ago
By far the best meatballs I've ever consumed in my life. And they were made of duck! The rest of the dishes I tried during my visit to this fantastic restaurant were great, but seriously — the duck meatballs are reason enough to visit this spot. The location is great, as Jones Street offers a quiet escape from the busier part of the West Village. The decor is simple and straightforward, but works well with the fare. I highly recommend this place.


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