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Found 5 results

  1. Jesikka

    Ernesto's

    Since the gas is on, lets get the discussion fired up. Imo, this is the most exciting opening in NY in awhile. I was at the F&F dinner which showed lots of promise, but basque food is deserving of and benefits from fire, which is now possible. Wine list is going to be stellar. Much of the opening team from Frenchette is there. Chef is Ryan Barlow (a dear friend), as I'm sure you already know. He's a very talented guy and he lived in San Sebastian, which is the inspiration for the restaurant.
  2. Popped in last night to the new-ish Harold Moore place. Had a lovely time. It's cute, with the Peter Rabbit theme, but not overly cute. Pretty straightforward bistro eats a la La Mercerie and the like, though a much more extensive menu than LM, and generally heartier fare. We didn't have too much - three dishes. They start you with a baguette, house-made butter, pate, and olives. Great stuff. We ordered the foie gras to start, not realizing that there was pate with the bread service anyway - kind of wonder why anyone would order more bread and pate after being given it on the house. It was good, if the portion of foie was a little shy for the price - for $36 I expected a hockey puck's worth, give or take. Good, though not reinventing the wheel. Next up was escargot with sunny-side-up egg. Honestly? It was the better of the two egg-and-snail dishes I've had this year. Reminiscent of the Oeufs Printanières from Le Coucou last spring, with a bright, herbal sauce surrounding everything. Finally the "famous chicken" - the dish resurrected from Commerce. Wanted to go for something new but the SO had never had it before, and it's as good and comforting as always. And whatever magic he does with the stuffing where the croutons are still crispy the next morning after sitting in a takeout container with the leftovers and jus overnight is pretty fantastic. Solid wine list - short, tightly curated. I do wish there were more interesting selections but you can't have everything, I guess. Overall, of the three similarish bistros that opened up this year (along with LM and Frenchette) this might be the one I enjoyed the most, even if I enjoyed Frenchette's wine list more. We were dining a bit early for us (8:30) and the crowd when we got there definitely skewed older-West-Village - not the Beatrice or Don Angie crowd - though by about ten as the tables turned it started shifting younger. We'll certainly be back - seems like a lovely place to have brunch with the windows and all (or lunch, if they start weekday service)
  3. Special Event Galette des Rois Celebration Thursday, January 12, 2017 6:30–8:30pm Start le nouvel an the French way at our Galette des Rois celebration! Celebrate the new year with a slice of galette des rois, a glass of cider, and savory bites. Financier Patisserie is making their signature galette party-sized especially for FIAF Members and friends. The cake will be served alongside a savory buffet of French favorites from Le District. Dating back to the middle ages, the galette des rois is a treat traditionally served only during the month of January. Literally the "Kings’ cake," this almond-flavored puff pastry confection contains a small, porcelain charm, or fève. Find the fève, and you’ll be crowned king or queen for the day! Attendees must be 21+ Venue FIAF, Le Skyroom 22 East 60th Street New York, NY 10022
  4. Sneakeater

    MIMI

    I'm behind in my write-ups, so it'll take me a little while to get to this new French place (on Sullivan St. between Bleecker and Houston), which I adored. I'm posting because, if Orik is still in New York, I want to hear what he thinks of it.
  5. LiquidNY

    Le Turtle

    New French place on Christie Street run by Taavo Somer. Chef is a Blanca alum. Look at the website.
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