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New York's flagship french brasserie, Balthazar suits for most anything. The room is somehow both intimate and grand with a definitively New York style crowd. Admiring chefs often comment about how the Balth's food fights above its weight class. Balthazar donates 100% of proceeds from this table to City Harvest.
Balthazar serves traditional French fare from breakfast through supper every day, with brunch served on weekends.
Fantastic French place that's been one of New York's top restaurants forever at this point. No reservation required, just go. Expect to spend $20 per person.
Trendy upscale classic French Brassiere in the area. Cozy. Usually a wait if no reservation (so expect to go and put your name in and come back in an hour when no reservation). If never been, it’s a must go simply because it’s a “New York establishment” when it comes to local restaurants here. Every…
Perhaps a bit overplayed, but still a local favorite and one of my favorite places for breakfast or lunch...and their holiday decor is always so nice.
“Mexican street-food and tacos, with hidden entrance to large restaurant downstairs”
“This is our favorite French Moroccan spot in the middle of Soho. A very cute date spot with delicious food. ”
“This is where I go for a nice dinner or drinks with friends. It's nice. Make a reservation if you want to have dinner.”
“Smaller then the one uptown, for me it means less confusion! I really like this one”