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Walked by this past weekend and it was all boarded up. My husband recommended it for lunch and when I walked up it was closed. I am not sure when, or if it will open soon, or maybe a remodel? Not sure.
Another celeb chef with a mediocre restaurant. The staff is complacent that if you aren’t there someone else will be. Please do not wast your time with this one. The food was really almost bad. The seafood was not totally fresh and the seasoning on...More
When you dine at a Bobby Flay restaurant, you're expecting top notch service and an amazing meal, right? This particular spot is hit or miss on quality and service. However, the location is great; the décor is lovely inside.
We had children with us and...More
Restaurant was quick to seat us for our reservation. Service was not as good as I would have expected. The food was good but not spectacular. I was expecting much more since this is a Bobby Flay restaurant. Was also very expensive. I would recommend...More
There are so many different restaurants in NYC, we could never try them all. Still, we keep going back again and again to Bar Americain. The steaks are out of this world and the frites are simply delicious. Every time we say we are going...More
Bar Americain was recommended to us by another hotel guest, in passing conversation. They absolutely loved it, which motivated our trip there (and of course I love Bobby Flay!). It definitely did not disappoint! I had the snapper and it was delicious, as were the...More
The restaurant is close by if you are going to a play before or afterwards. We went to a matinee and got reservations after the show. We got a table close to the doors so when they opened you could feel the cold air. Though...More
My husband had a spinach salad and I had deviled eggs for an appetizer. He had fried chicken w/collards and I had mussels in a green sauce. Deep dish chocolate pie and chocolate prfiteroles with port and coffee. Cost - $200. Excellent service.
Used to go to Mesa Grill and loved it. Sad that it closed down but then there was Bar Americain to fill the gap. What a nice, comfortable restaurant in the middle of NYC. The service was great, the menu very creative, and the ambiance...More