New York City Restaurants

Minetta Tavern

  • 113 MacDougal St. Map It
  • Greenwich Village
  • American

Fodor's Review

By converting a moribund 80-year-old Italian restaurant into a cozy hot spot, restaurateur Keith McNally created yet another hit. Try early and often to score reservations, so that you can sample creations like buttery trout meunière, bone marrow on toast, expertly aged steaks, and the celebrated Black Label burger, a gorgeous assembly of meat topped with caramelized onions and—for the brave—an added layer of cheese. The bar room, with its original details intact, is great for people-watching. Landing a table in the back room, with its original mural depicting West Village life and wall-to-wall photos of famous and infamous customers from eras gone by, makes sweet-talking the reservationist a worthy endeavor.

Restaurant Information

Address:

113 MacDougal St., between Bleecker and 3rd sts., New York, New York, 10012, USA

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Phone:

212-475–3850

Restaurant Details:

  • No lunch Mon. and Tues.
  • Reservations essential

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