Fedora is a New American and French Restaurant that turns into a bar for late nights located in the West Village. Some examples of dishes you might ... More
Fedora is a New American and French Restaurant that turns into a bar for late nights located in the West Village. Some examples of dishes you might find on the regular supper menu include Egg in a Hole with Tripe Ragout and Cheddar, Friday Night Fish Fry with Tartar Sauce and Cucumber, or Scallops and Bone Marrow with Kombu Broth and Stewed Vegetables. The late night menu runs from Midnight to close and features small bar bites (and a couple big ones) like Crispy Pig's Head or a Pressed Pork Sandwich. Once the dinner menu comes to a close, Fedora becomes a popular bar with a neighborhood feel, so come for the food, stay for the drinks.
Fedoras is a cute little basement restaurant. When you first walk in, you don't know really what to expect. The place is a slightly run down and the tables and chairs are not the of the better quality that you will find in some of your more upscale restaurants in New York. One thing that Fedora's has going for it is the staff. They are extrememly friendly and quick with the wit. The restaurant is named after Fedora who actually cooks all the food herself everyday, FRESH - not some processed meal from a vendor. Fedora is actually tiny little woman who you will usually see running in and out with groceries, probably tomorrows menu, that will always stop by your table to say hello and make sure that you approve of her daily delectables. Fedora's Specials include whole meals as little as $12 (trust me, you get a lot of food). Now remember that this does not include drinks from their well stocked bar. I rated this restaurant quite high but you should decide for yourself. Go enjoy and make sure you say hello to Fedora!