The place was lively and the food was flavorful. A good place to pop in for a quick bite and a quick drink.
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Whilst walking for what seemed forever and taking wrong turnings. We literally stumbled across this lovely restaurant on Church Street. Very typically Italian and full of locals. This was a gem of a find We were warmly greeted We started with the most heavenly tasting...More
We popped in on recommendation of a friend. We were not disappointed we had some drinks the first night and had good banter and craic with the bar man Jason. We went back the following day and had lunch, we both had the burger and...More
I lived around the corner from South's for about 9 years before ever venturing in. Nothing about the outside drew me in. But one night we decided to try it, and we've been back multiple times since. There is a big bar scene, and on...More
In a Big Apple heatwave in late October (28C), very unsuitably dressed, we were hot and weary walking from Downtown to Mid-Town through the Tribeca neighbourhood early afternoon. A choice of restaurants was available - I don't know why we chose South's but we were...More
We were walking by on a recent Saturday and stopped in for brunch based on decent reviews. I would classify South's as so-so, just ok. The server was a little slow taking orders although apologetic, the food was average, the mimosas (an included option with...More
We ate dinner at South's this past weekend. It's across the street from The Roxy hotel. We arrived at 6 pm and it was very quiet. Despite this it took so long to get served. Calamari was fees as was the bison burger. Cream of...More
South's is a great local bar with an extensive food menu. Great selection of beers and wine. Food was very reasonably price, freshly cooked with some real old classics on the menu
This is a neat little place, beer was good and so was the service.. dint try the food, as I expected typical bar food, but would recommend...