New York City Restaurants


  • 239 W. 4th St. Map It
  • West Village
  • Eclectic

Published 06/26/2015

Fodor's Review

Up until 2011, subterranean Fedora was an ancient, little-patronized restaurant with an even more ancient owner (for which the restaurant was named). But charming Fedora, the old Italian owner, has left the building and restaurateur Gabe Stulman took it over, vowing to keep the design largely intact. Now "seeandbeseen" folk cram the long, narrow space, munching on French Canadian–accented fare like garlic cream–topped duck breast and scallops paired with bone marrow, and sipping creatively named (and made) signature cocktails. Fedora (the restaurant) will never be the same and that's maybe a good thing.

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239 W. 4th St., between Charles and 10th sts., New York, New York, 10014, USA

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  • No lunch

Published 06/26/2015


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