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Tremont
Cocktail Bar$$$
Today 11:30AM–3PM, 5:30–11PM
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51 Bank St New York, NY 10014
51 Bank StreetUSNew YorkNew York10014
$$$Cocktail BarToday 11:30AM–3PM, 5:30–11PM
Friday 11:30AM–3PM, 5:30–11PMSaturday 11AM–3PM, 5:30–11PMSunday 11AM–3PM, 5:30–11PMMonday 5:30–11PMTuesday 5:30–11PMWednesday 11:30AM–3PM, 5:30–11PMThursday 11:30AM–3PM, 5:30–11PM
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Located in the heart of the West Village, Tremont reflects the warm, friendly, neighborhood corner on which it is located. Recognized as one of the Best New Restaurants in 2012 by the James Beard Foundation, Tremont is dedicated to consistently delivering flavored, seasonal American cuisine, paired with a thoughtful wine list and classic cocktails. Our guests can rely on a relaxed, comfortable dining experience from a staff dedicated to providing the highest standards of service.
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A bright, white corner eatery whose American menu includes daily fish specials & housemade gnocchi.- Google
"I had the beet salad and the yellowtail tuna together as my entree."
"I would definitely recommend the cured salmon for an appetizer."
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Tim Gilligan
2 years ago
A Quaint neighborhood spot that is a hidden gem. Service is excellent and the food is really enjoyable. The room is fairly quiet and there is alot of charm in the space. Great for a weeknight dinner with a little cocktail. Set off from the main drags a bit, its a much needed respite from the hustle of some other village hot spots.
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James Mulcahy
3 years ago
Located on one of those magical, seemingly hidden blocks in the West Village (who even knew there was a Bank Street?) this white-hued eatery serves solid New American fare in a casual atmosphere. The prices are a little expensive for grub that is mouth watering but not mind blowing, but I guess you have to pay a premium to have such a charming patch of land. Not only is this joint well lit, it's quiet - I'd come here for serious conversations where you don't want every second word to get drowned out.
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Alex Berggruen
3 years ago
Excellent and elegant fare. I would definitely recommend the cured salmon for an appetizer. And the burger is a solid option for a main course. The staff is very friendly, attentive, and accommodating. As this place is a bit on the quieter side (at least for lunch), it allows for good conversation and a tranquil environment. I'll have to go back to try the open-faced fried egg BLT!
Renee Brewer
2 years ago
Great space and service - warm comfortable environment. Felt like dining at home with a good chef. I can't wait to go back
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David Kim
2 years ago
The quintessential West Village bistro. Intimate, relaxed, and inviting. The menu is simple and focused, the cocktails are delicious, and the wine list is mercifully not over the top/intimidating. The service is what makes this restaurant shine, the bartender and waitstaff were super friendly and attentive. Bravo! This is a perfect date night restaurant, all the ingredients are there: food, ambience, lighting, location, and service.
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Anthony Alcaro
3 years ago
Tremont feels like the perfect place to meet up with a friend or two and catch up; the atmosphere is elegant but relaxed, and the service is great. For lunch, I had the fried egg BLT, although it is not your typical BLT. Instead of lettuce and tomato, it is served with arugula and a tomato jam which work together so well, I was almost upset that I was too full to finish it!If you're ever in the area, take a break and dine at this great place. Be sure to take some time to look out the windows and watch the world go by on the side streets of the West Village.
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Rob O'Connor
2 years ago
We REALLY enjoyed this restaurant. I had the beet salad and the yellowtail tuna together as my entree. They made the perfect pair. My husband had the salmon, which was quite good. The desserts were less inspiring.
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4 years ago
what a great little spot! perfect first date nite place, small and intimate without any pretension and the pork chop and rissoto was fantastico! i ate at the bar and was pleasently suprised at some very nice wines by the glass and this is coming from a chef( yes a real one) , chef jd, p.s have the choc. mousse with the coconut whipped cream ...

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