My wife and I split a burger and shared a bowl of soup on a cold winters day. Service was a little slow but she was busy with the whole place. Good lunch spot.
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Came in here on advice of docent at Merchant's House Museum nearby and was not disappointed. Lunchtime was quiet on a rainy day with the large outdoor area not being used. The fireplace was lit and added atmosphere and coziness to the large main room....More
Inside and outside seating, fireplace really kool. We had Lamb meat balls (VG) cheese and Mac (needs little more flavor), tacos (VG) for appetizers. Pan roasted chicken (VVG), pizza margarita (OK) and the sausage pizza (VG). the atmosphere and service was VG, the food aaaahhhh
Went here for dinner with friends. Good food and great drinks. Service was a little inattentive, but not to the point where it was a problem. We had dinner in one of the main rooms, in a booth, and then moved to one of the...More
I've been a few times and am always willing to go again. I love sitting outside in the twinkling lights of the patio. Very pretty and romantic. Great atmosphere for a party or just to quietly sit and talk. A varied menu that has something...More
The outdoor patio really can't be beat for a restaurant setup in lower Manhattan. The drink prices are a little too high for my liking, but all in all, I would recommend!
The B-Bar is short for Bowery Bar. This interestingly-designed East Village restaurant, a former Gulf station, is comfortable and fun. The kitchen’s offerings range from burgers and pizza to steaks and grilled fish. The food is fine – not breath-taking, but competently prepared. The bar’s...More