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70 Prince St (at Crosby St)
New York, NY 10012
United States
(map) (212) 219-8570
  • 76.2
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Many of the retro-comfort dishes I sampled (chalk-dry ribs, slightly burned pork nuggets, a desiccated grass-fed burger garnished with grimly sweet housemade ketchup) had a retread, assembly-line quality to them.
Adam Platt
New York Magazine

* Critic Reviews

  • "
    The Handmade Tagliatelle was a revelation. ... that very first bite, however, reveals alchemy: a flawless melding of impossibly fresh pasta, the slight bite of scapes and umami funk of olive gremolata, all beautifully tempered by a shower of nutty parmesan. A dish worth going back for.

    New York Daily News
    83
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    Unfortunately, every time I go, I leave with mixed emotions. The meals always start off well, only to have the bottom drop out half way through

    Immaculate Infatuation
    70
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    New York Times
    70
  • "
    because of the casual, walk-in atmosphere, tourists with shopping bags and sore feet also feel welcome popping in for hamburgers on Orwasher's potato rolls ($12) and glasses of wine at the awkward side-by-side tables next to the bar.

    Village Voice
    84
  • "
    The chef takes the same casual concept to an ambitious extreme, pairing identical prices and a relaxed drop-in vibe with a more expansive selection of good food and drink.

    Time Out
    89
  • "
    Many of the retro-comfort dishes I sampled (chalk-dry ribs, slightly burned pork nuggets, a desiccated grass-fed burger garnished with grimly sweet housemade ketchup) had a retread, assembly-line quality to them.

    New York Magazine
    73
  • "
    The well seasoned, crusty and subtly grill-flavored outside gave way to an intensely beefy inside. Combining the juiciness of a fatty burger blend with the funky mineral punch of grass-fed beef

    Serious eats
    68