The Dutch Review
Perpetually packed with the "see and be seen" crowd, chef Andrew Carmellini's homage to American cuisine is really an encapsulation of recent food and dining trends: there's an excellent burger (and at $19 it should be), a Kentucky-size bourbon collection behind the bar, greenmarket-driven comfort food dishes like fried chicken, and bacon paired with things you would have not likely seen a couple decades ago (in this case, scallops with bacon jam). And it all works well at this SoHo restaurant. So much so, you might consider returning for weekend brunch when the housemade bologna sandwich or cornmeal flapjacks make appearances on the menu.
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