Butcher & Singer
Butcher & Singer Review
One of restaurateur Stephen Starr's many ventures is housed in an old wood-paneled and marbled brokerage (from which it borrows its name). Here the dishes are traditional rather than fancy (surf-and-turf rather than Kobe beef), portions are hefty (even the chocolate fudge cake is huge), and the sides classic (stuffed hash browns, and gravy mushrooms and onions). A pair of showstopper chandeliers, a New Yorker–style mural depicting tony pooches clad in pencil skirts and smoking robes, and leather banquettes skew closely to the restaurant's avowed 1940s supper club aesthetic.
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