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Tucked behind Bowery and the Lower East Side, Freemans stands at the end of a narrow alleyway. The colonial-style tavern has a rustic and charming atmosphere, with taxidermied deer heads, cracked oil paintings, and a wood-paneled interior. Signature dishes include hot artichoke dip, roasted lamb loin, and creamy mashed potatoes, alongside specialty cocktails and wine.
Nestled in a back alley that's decorated overhead with twinkle lights and on the sides with greenery, Freeman’s classically hipster interior (taxidermied animals and velvet floral couches abound) is dark and cozy, making it best suited to warm winter meals. Food-wise, the menu is simple but never…
Cute restaurant located in Freeman Alley. Freeman alley is historic with cool art and graffiti
Great atmosphere on this local favorite restaurant, great food, people watching.
“Cozy Mexican eatery with hip, Asian-accented decor serving rustic fare & a long list of tequilas.”
“Great breakfast/brunch spot. Share the pancakes and order main courses. Ask for their homemade raspberry jam! ”
“Dinner & Lounge - One of my favorite places Beauty & Essex, a grand 10,000 square foot restaurant, bar, & lounge in the heart of the lower east side. 146 Essex Street New York, NY 10002 There is also a parking lot on Essex between Houston and Stanton Streets ”
“This is our favorite French Moroccan spot in the middle of Soho. A very cute date spot with delicious food. ”