The Upper East Side is blessed to have this intimate wine bar and French bistro as part of its neighborhood bar scene. Walk ... More
Bateau Ivre (Le)
The Upper East Side is blessed to have this intimate wine bar and French bistro as part of its neighborhood bar scene. Walk into a small, intimate and sultry lit bar to have the time of your life. Have a glass of wine, as they offer hundreds of varieties. Seating is tight but cozy and service is friendly and warm. As the wine keeps flowing, order tasty appetizers like tomatoes with mozzarella and capers. The roasted chicken is a tender and tasty entree. Definitely worth a visit!
The WAITRESS was EXTREMELY RUDE.
The restauranat was TOO small to hold a party/group, you are uncomfortable and crammed in.
note: and..it may seem a small thing but if you are having a party please bring hors d'oeuvre plates, they will NOT replace with clean ones.
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