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Italian, European
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Reviewed May 8, 2021 via mobile

Stopped in on a whim and luckily had a table available as it was packed. Tables had clear dividers and service was great. Warmers for the outdoor seating was very welcome in the raw 50 degree drizzling weather. We had the eggs benedict with prosciutto...and zucchini yellow squash and goat cheese frittata. All was delicious. Great place to brunch. Added on the pomegranate mimosas which were very tasty. Enjoyed the visit.. thank you to the staff.More

Date of visit: May 2021
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Reviewed March 15, 2021 via mobile

People were enjoying themselves in the garden area, drinking, chatting ... but those in-the-know were definitely there for the food & drink. I loved this place. The garden setting was Manhattan chic (and with discrete dividers between tables), with elegant lighting on the tables (not...a shamed tea light, lol). I tried the soup special (asparagus and goat cheese), which as well as being tasty, was perfectly smooth and balanced, so neither of the main ingredients ran away with the flavor. My main course was the Lasagne, which was rich and tasty, and a surprisingly large serving (I wasn’t complaining). I finished my meal with the Tiramisu, which was again a decent-sized serving, but needed a little more booze in it to round it out properly, but was also light and creamy delicious, regardless of the alcohol content. Talking of which, the beer menu was a refreshing change because it featured a few good beers that you won’t find anywhere else. My friends informed me that the Espresso Martini was “knock-out” good. I would definitely go back to this place again.More

Date of visit: March 2021
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Reviewed March 22, 2020

This cafe cum gathering place for the hip and the suave and the intelligenica, and the plain old Village-ites like me has the best branzino in the city, which is saying a lot! Ditto for the slab bacon. The pastas are uniformly excellent and can...be made with gluten free pasta. I don't eat dessert, but I took my son and future daughter-in-law there, and they loved the cheese cake and a dark chocolate one. Onward with great food and wine and cocktails, (and the great cheeses for the happy hour, courtesy of Murray's across the street!) Can't wait to go back! Margaret BlackstoneMore

Date of visit: March 2020
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Reviewed December 15, 2019 via mobile

Wonderful food and service! There were eight of us on a Saturday and every single one of us loved our entree and appetizers. The food and drinks came out fast. If you are gluten free, they have the best spaghetti noodles I have ever had.

Date of visit: December 2019
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Reviewed December 15, 2019 via mobile

We were so lucky that one of our cousins discovered this restaurant in our neighborhood! We had a wonderful brunch with many different plates of food including several frittatas, several types of eggs Benedict ( a prosciutto one, a spicy pork Ragu one), interesting baked...eggs, and more traditional scrambled eggs and bacon. Each was well prepared and the bacon is simply extraordinary. I was not impressed with the apple cider mimosa. One recommendation is that on Sunday you arrive as close to the opening at 10:30 as possible because it appears that this is a really well liked place and it filled up within minutes of our arriving just before 10:30. The wait staff couldn’t be more helpful and the entire experience was terrific. Now that we’ve discovered it we know will go back and try some of the other interesting possibilities. The dinner menu looked very interesting as well and we are likely to try that as well.More

Date of visit: December 2019
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Reviewed December 11, 2019 via mobile

My husband and I stop for happy hour and dinner several times a year when we are in the city. The happy hour featured wine and beer are very good, and they serve complimentary olives and pizza. Dinners are delicious, and the wait staff are...attentive. There is a subway station just minutes from the restaurant.More

Date of visit: December 2019
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Reviewed December 8, 2019

excellent food and service defiantly to try, you wont be disappointed. octopus to die for, not to talk about cacio e pepe served on a skillet. Pizzetta has to die for and supply with truffle are delish

Date of visit: November 2019
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Reviewed November 12, 2019

I love coming to Baker and Co. It is nice to be able to actually get reservations for a party of 4 without having to book months in advance. They have a pretty spacious layout with both inside and outside seating. I love their prosciutto...benedict and their arancini balls. Both are really good and reasonably priced. I haven't been for dinner but the menu does look good so I can't wait to try it! Service is also really good, I have only had great experiences here!More

Date of visit: June 2019
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Reviewed September 4, 2019

Baker & Co is a cut little place in the Greenwich Village section of Manhattan. It is located in a former bakery, so it is quite small, but cozy and comfortable. The food is tremendous! I had the fresh greens with charred artichoke salad and...a side order of croquettes. My husband had a fresh salad and a lobster ravioli dish. Both were fresh and tasty. We shared a dessert of tiramisu, which was devine. I would totally return to this restaurant, as it was clean, had a wonderful, helpful waitstaff, and used fresh ingredients in their dishes.More

Date of visit: August 2019
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Reviewed September 1, 2019

I am in the category of grumpy ex-New Yorker. The modern city is nowhere near as good as the one I lived in. ON a nostalgia walk through the Village - noting all the places I used to hang out that are now tourist traps-...lucked into this place. Absolutely terrific. We were given a table overlooking Bleecker St. Split a starter of fried calamari and artichokes that were crisp and not leaking frying oil. You could taste the fish and the vegetable and there was a delicious aioli to dunk in. Two plates of pasta followed: A brilliant king crab flavoured with Saffron and cherry tomatoes, really subtle and excellent with chunks of fresh crab. Pappardelle with a veal ragu was what my wife had. Sharing between us was constant. Small but interesting wines by the glass. the Barbera d'Asti was my favourite. I also had a house lager from the Adige in northern italy which went very well with the starter (and the fact that it was a very hot, humid NY summer evening). There is no hard liquor licence so no cocktail to start. Service was good. No one seemed to care that we were old enough to be everyone in the joint's parents (in some cases grandparents). The Village isn't what it was when I was their age but this restaurant made up for it.More

Date of visit: August 2019
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Baker & Co is rated accordingly in the following categories by Tripadvisor travelers:
  • Food: 4.5
  • Service: 4.5
  • Value: 4
  • Atmosphere: 4.5