The menu at this West Village bistro is as classic as its surroundings. Exposed brick lines the wall behind the bar, and wooden rustic wooden tables fill the space. You’ll see modern takes on traditional appetizers like chicken liver mousse ($10), steak tartare ($15) and oysters by the dozen ($30) on the small plates menu. As for entrees, there’s the agnolotti with butternut squash and sage ($17), the eponymous burger with onion jam and your choice of roquefort, cheddar or gruyere ($19) or the pork loin with delicata squash and heirloom grains ($24) to choose between. On any given weekday, stop by for the happy hour from 4–7pm to sip two-for-one beers and select wines while nibbling on oysters or twice-fried chicken for an admirably low price (each $7).
Venue says: “Inquire about our party packages and special event rates.”