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145 W Broadway (at Thomas St)
New York, NY 10013
United States
(map) (212) 233-0507
  • 82.4
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You expect to find a hangar steak with french fries, and there it is, along with trout amandine and a somewhat unusual grilled pork tenderloin with broccoli rabe, faro and bourbon sauce. Desserts run to homey Americ...
William Grimes
New York Times

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  • "
    You expect to find a hangar steak with french fries, and there it is, along with trout amandine and a somewhat unusual grilled pork tenderloin with broccoli rabe, faro and bourbon sauce. Desserts run to homey American classics, like chocolate pudding, or bistro standbys like profiteroles.

    New York Times
    80
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    It’s been around more than three decades, long before Tribeca became an affluent suburb. Basquiat and Warhol hung out here; the ’80s cocaine chronicle “Bright Lights, Big City” immortalized it. Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/eats/restaurant-review-odeon-article-1.1207143#ixzz2dbfjE5lz

    New York Daily News
    88
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    Thirty years is a long time to sell anything, and The Odeon has a more interesting history than most other restaurants. In fact, Gael Greene named it one of the top ten "most important" restaurants in New York City (whatever that's worth).

    Serious eats
    84