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The Odeon

  • 145 West Broadway Map It
  • TriBeCa
  • French

Known for

  • Perpetually cool late-night downtown hangout
  • Better-than-average bistro fare
  • Good wine list and cocktails

Published 04/20/2005

Fodor's Review

New Yorkers change hangouts faster than they can speed-dial, but this spot has managed to maintain its quality and flair since 1980: it still feels like the spot in TriBeCa to get a late-night bite. The neo–Art Deco room is still packed daily with local office workers and nightly with revelers who appreciate the classic bistro look and fare. Cocktails are expertly made, and the pleasant service and well-chosen wine list are always in style. Menu highlights include frisée aux lardons (with bacon) with poached farm egg, grilled NY strip steak, and slow-cooked cod with baby leeks and fennel confit.

Restaurant Information

Address:

145 West Broadway, between Duane and Thomas Sts., New York, New York, 10013, USA

Map It

Phone:

212-233–0507

Published 04/20/2005

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