Fine dining in a landmark Greenwich Village carriage house. Dinner 7 nights a weeks, Weekend Jazz brunch from 11:30 am-2:00 pm, Casual Dining at the ... More
One If by Land, Two If by Sea
Fine dining in a landmark Greenwich Village carriage house. Dinner 7 nights a weeks, Weekend Jazz brunch from 11:30 am-2:00 pm, Casual Dining at the Bar. Call the restaurant for details. Taking reservations now for the holidays.
Came here in about August of 1983 and will never come back. Probably more my problem than that of the restaurant but it would've been a lot less uncomfortable for me and the couples in close proximity if the restaurant didn't crowd us diners in like cattle. It's pretty awkward getting hollered at across the small table when the other diners are about 2 feet away. I don't recall ever getting to eat any of the expensive chateaubriand for two that we'd ordered (pre-fight) although I do admit it looked pretty good. When she finally got up and stalked out the door of the restaurant the waiter was most courteous in advising me that although she had exited the premises she remained standing outside on the sidewalk. Unfortunately this proved to be the limit of his usefulness as he steadfastly refused my request to go outside and tell her I had somehow left the establishment and he also would not escort me to the back door where I might leave via the alley. It was an awful night, I spent a lot of money, and when I finally left (thru the front door) she was still there and the agony I experienced over the next few hours was simply too horrible to relate, and probably not appropriate for this forum anyway.
My husband favorite was the beef wellington, mine was the chocolate suffle, but the resteraunt is so gorgeous, and romantic you could have served me a cheese burger and I would've been happy. The fireplace is very nice, and they had such pretty flower arrangements on every table. It was a really nice was to treat ourselves to a special night out.
I went to this place for my birthday last year, this is one of the most romantic and historic restaurant in the city. Their food didn't impress me much but I remember the beef wellington was a piece of art. I think this is a place to go if atmosphere matter the most to you and you don't give much weight about the food
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