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Mas (farmhouse)
American Restaurant$$$$
Today 6:00 – 11:30 PM
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39 Downing St New York, NY 10014
39 Downing StreetUSNew YorkNew York10014
$$$$American Restaurant, Fine Dining Restaurant
American Restaurant
Fine Dining Restaurant
New American Restaurant
Today 6:00 – 11:30 PM
Sunday 6:00 – 11:30 PMMonday 6:00 – 11:30 PMTuesday 6:00 – 11:30 PMWednesday 6:00 – 11:30 PMThursday 6:00 – 11:30 PMFriday 6:00 – 11:30 PMSaturday 6:00 – 11:30 PM
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Galen Zamarra's creative New American fare (including a popular tasting menu) in an elegant space.- Google
"Great service, great wine list, food was fantastic as well."
"Using local ingredients, this place simply does personify farm to table."
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Brian Fredlund
3 weeks ago
Pricey for the average joe, but a wonderful experience. 4 course tasting menu and a few cocktails a piece made for a very pleasant anniversary dinner. Service was professional but very kind. Busy on a Tuesday but the reservation was easy to come by a few days in advance. Thank you Mas!!!
Janice Rodriguez
a month ago
Had such a wonderful dining experience with my husband at Mas Farmhouse! Loved their food concepts and their use of local ingredients made it that much better. Would highly recommend to anyone
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Meg Smith
2 years ago
Mas (farmhouse) is top notch. The service is what really elevates this place above and beyond. Every member of the staff new our names from the moment we stepped inside, from the delightful bartender to the host to the server and so on. Service is accommodating and unobtrusive. Food is delicious, and the chef's tasting menu is a superb treat. Wines are excellent, perhaps even the highlight of the meal. Overall a phenomenal experience and a wonderful way to celebrate a milestone birthday.
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Albert Choi
2 years ago
Organic fresh ingredients are used here to make really great dishes - I had my birthday dinner here a few years ago and it was one of the best dinners I've had in NYC. Small intimate restaurants with impeccable service. Attentive staff who can anticipate your need - one of my favorite places in NYC.
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Dianna Chou
3 weeks ago
Cocktails are pretty good (about $15) - the manhattan is good - they use housemade bitters, and serve with real brandied cherries - they have the large square ice cubes (not all drinks will come with it by default) Got the 6-course pri fixe menu ($130) - amuse bouche - chicken liver pate on toast - good - smoke trout salad - very good - not too strong smokey flavor; I could eat a full serving of this - octopus - cooked nicely, though maybe a little more cooked than I would prefer - roasted king salmon - a bit tougher to cut than I expected, but still tasty - long island duck with duck confit - very good - pork belly - very crisp skin, tender meat; good, but it was a little too fatty for me though - predessert palate cleanse - cinnamon ice and apple ice cream - very tasty and refrshing - dessert - most of the people in our party got a different one (looks like they have about 4) - date cake with figs (candied walnuts so good) > chocolate Crémeux > Pumpkin Cheesecake > panna cotta - after dessert - homemade? marshmallow and a tiny Madeline (okay) The servings were all on the smaller side. The entire meal was supposed to be the same serving size as an app-entre-dessert, but since it's a bit stretched out, it takes a bit longer to feel full. We requested for seconds for bread (7 grain, french roll, or sour dough). The 7 grain was pretty good. Unfortunately it's not served warm. Their tea comes served as a nice tea set with cubes of brown sugar and steamed milk. Friendly service.
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Clayton McGratty
a year ago
Mas farmhouse pairs incredibly fresh ingredients with inventive takes on New American cuisine to deliver a wonderful dinner in an almost sublime setting. Perfect for couples, the service is very attentive and helpful in navigating the flexible menu, which can be molded into any kind of tasting menu of your choice (though prices will vary if you stray from the core suggestions for the evening). The wine list leans toward higher end vintages, but offers a good selection that isn't astronomical. When you're looking to take "date night" to the next level, Mas should be at the top of your list in the West Village.
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Michael Foley
2 years ago
It's hard to say what's better: the food, the service or the wine because they are all phenomenal. The quality of the food is second to none. The 4-course seasonal menu is the way to go. The 6-course tasting is also incredible and you get a lot of off-menu gems. This restaurant does not have the pretentious vibe that most high-end places do and the servers really do make sure you have a fantastic evening. They have a very well-curated wine list, but the best option is to let your server pair wine with your dinner. They all have fantastic wine knowledge, especially Aly, and they don't go overboard and pour their most expensive stuff. It's hard to say what my favorite part of my meal was because everything works in perfect harmony.
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Michael Wang
a year ago
After one of my friends had recommended to try Mas Farmhouse, I have finally made the trek here. Mas (farmhouse) is, in sum, an amazing American restaurant in the Village. Using local ingredients, this place simply does personify farm to table. When you first enter, you'll be greeted with their amazing bar. Make sure to order the Mas Manhattan because this drink is amazing. The restaurant itself isn't large by any means, but that results in a more intimate atmosphere. With regards to the menu itself, there are a couple of ways in which you can dine here: 1. Ala carte 2. 4-course customized tasting menu ($78) 3. 6-course chef's menu ($115) I decided to build my own tasting menu with the following dishes: - Roasted sunchoke apple cider soup with glazed duck leg, roasted hon shimeji mushrooms and walnut oil - Long Island fluke crusted with sea scallops in hearts of palm a la Barigoule and smoked shitake mushrooms - Macadamia crusted duck breast with crispy duck leg confit, kohlrabi sweet potato gratin and kale - Cocoa nib panna cotta over dark chocolate cake with espresso meringue and espresso mousse With the duck breast, I did go with the addition of perigord truffles for an extra $25. You can add truffles to any dish for $25, but with what I ordered, I felt that it would pair best with the duck. First off, the soup was a great choice. It wasn't overly sweet, which I was worried about, and the addition of the duck leg and shimeji mushrooms serve as great complements. Next, the fluke came out as a filet with slices of scallops on top. The fish was tender, and I'm just a sucker for mushrooms in general. Of course, my favorite dish of the night was the duck breast. With the addition of black truffles, how can you really go wrong right? The duck was perfectly cooked to a medium-rare state and when paired with the sweet potato gratin, it makes a great marriage of flavors. Lastly, the panna cotta served up to be quite the finisher. It was incredibly creamy, and the chocolate cake had just the right amount of bitterness to go against the sweetness of the dessert. For those who appreciate fine wine, the wine list at Mas (farmhouse) is actually pretty decent. Our party ordered three bottles over the course of our meal, and each was full bodied. Sadly, I wasn't in charge of ordering the wine, so I can't really pinpoint exactly which wine was ordered. Overall, my experience at Mas (farmhouse) was simply amazing. From the intimate setting to the customizable tasting menu, Mas (farmhouse) has it all. The dishes are amazingly prepared, presentation is exquisite, and the service is top notch. At roughly $100-$150 a person, the food here is definitely worth every penny.
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