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Opened in 2006, Cafe Cluny is to the West Village as its sister restaurant The Odeon is to Tribeca and Cafe Luxembourg is to the UWS — a neighborhood brasserie serving a menu of distinctive French-American staples to its loyal clientele. To name a few classic Cluny dishes: there's soft boiled eggs with soldiers, a grilled tuna burger, and the Niman Ranch sirloin steak frites. The cozy space, warm service, and chic ambiance is conducive to a range of dining situations — from a first date to brunch with the family.
Bright neighborhood bistro whose Franco-American offerings include weekend brunch.
If you like a small, charming bistro with delicious food and friendly service, then wander on down to Cafe Cluny.
“Great wine bar and zesty souther italian cusine. It's always packed all year round so be prepared to wait.... Go down the street and have a drink at OtherRoom.”
“This Michelin-starred gastro pub is one of the best in the city, and is known for many amazing dishes. Burger-wise, the Chargrilled Burger with Roquefort is epically good - the ultra-thick beef patty is topped with the stinkiest, most delicious Roquefort cheese and comes with a mountain of shoestring fries. ”
“They are a franchise bakery. Look for the closest location during your travels. Great cupcakes, coffee, and other sweets. ”
“Modern Asian restaurant in the city. Our favourite. You won’t be disappointed with this amazing menu. Just trust us. Head here after you’ve explored Chelsea Markets. Price is $75-$100 for two.”
“Since 1880, the White Horse Tavern has remained a fixture in Greenwich Village. While the cost of living has gone up, the White Horse Tavern still maintains its “working class vibe.” It’s old and a bit run-down, but iconic nonetheless. Expect standard pub grub like burgers and sandwiches, including the grilled cheese, which is excellent.”