I went here a while back for brunch. I have to say I enjoyed the live music more than the food, which was solid but nothing super out of the ordinary. I did like the cozy space, which worked great with the live music.
Small, but charming neighborhood place on Washington Square Park with excellent creative American food. Civilized, not too noisy, and reliably good. There's a bar area in the back which sometimes has music.
Dropped in on Monday night for a "Perfect Manhattan" and a few raw oysters. The cocktail, which was recommended by the bartender Nate, was true to its name. The oysters were good. The menu has a lot of great choices. I'd certainly suggest a stop at North Square for anyone looking for a relaxing and enjoyable experience on the midst of Manhattan. Be sure to see Nate if you want a fantastic drink.
The food was delicious at North Square, but the decor was lacking, and the crowd was a bit geriatric. If you want a quite place to eat and talk in peace, you can head here, but you'll probably feel out of place if you're under 50. Also, we left a little after 10 and were literally the last people in the place.
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