A corner location in lower financial district at Rector and Washington. Both indoor and outdoor patio (with heaters) seating.
A surprisingly eclectic menu with offerings ranging from salads to sliders, flatiron steaks to boulognese pasta, eggs benedict to crawfish, tuna tartare to hoisin chicken, custom omelets to pappardelle...you get the idea -- a very wide range of creative stuff suitable for snacks, quick meals and full blown feasts. Also a reasonable selection of wines, beers, champagne and specialty drinks -- key lime pie martini or JT double wicked anyone? Usually have some good soups. And most of the food is excellent.
Service is a bit uneven at times and the plastic furniture is nothing special, but everyone seems to be trying hard. When visiting our son in this area we find ourselves coming back to this place repeatedly as a convenient and quality place within walking distance for just about any time of day. Not bargain priced but this is NYC and Merchants is always an interesting option in this vicinity with extended hours. Dinner entrees high teens to mid-$20's.
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