New York City Restaurants

Blue Ribbon

  • 97 Sullivan St. Map It
  • SoHo
  • American

Published 06/26/2015

Fodor's Review

After 20-plus years, Blue Ribbon still has a reputation not just as an eclectic, top-notch seafood joint, but also as a serious late-night foodie hangout. Join the genial hubbub for midnight noshing, namely the beef marrow with oxtail marmalade and renowned raw-bar platters. Trustafarians, literary types, chefs, designers—a good-looking gang—generally fill this dark box of a room until 4 am. The menu appears standard at first blush, but it's not. Try the duck club sandwich or matzo ball soup; the latter is a heady brew filled with the sacrilegious combo of seafood and traditional Jewish dumplings.

Restaurant Information

Address:

97 Sullivan St., between Prince and Spring sts., New York, New York, 10012-3663, USA

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Phone:

212-274–0404

Restaurant Details:

  • No lunch
  • Reservations not accepted

Published 06/26/2015

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