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Carroll Place

Restaurants, American Greenwich Village
4 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)
Carroll Place

Time Out says

Named after the 1830s nabe that once encompassed Bleecker and Thompson, this Italian-American gastropub is divided into two areas: a wood-paneled downstairs bar with 20 wines and 16 craft beers (including Bronx Black Ale, Breckenridge Vanilla Porter) and an upstairs "living room," decorated with crystal chandeliers, tufted sofas and velvet drapes. A wood-fired oven chars bar snacks like rosemary wings, pizzas (speck and truffle oil, pancetta and brussels sprouts) and a burrata-topped burger with grilled tomato.



Address: 157 Bleecker St
New York
Cross street: between Sullivan and Thompson Sts
Transport: Subway: B, D, F, M to Broadway–Lafayette St; 6 to Bleecker St
Price: Average cocktail: $12. AmEx, MC, V
Opening hours: Mon–Wed, Sun 5pm–2am; Thu–Sat 5pm–4am
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4 out of 5 stars

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3.5 / 5

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*~bottomless brunch with great price & good food~* the atmosphere is cute and they're not stingy with their bottomless mimosa. similar to a lot of restaurants, they won't seat you until all your parties are there. I would probably order pasta instead of the pizza next time though. 


I'm conflicted about this review for a number of reasons. First, the decor is really cool - cozy and cluttered but very warm and like a ski lodge. They have plates and cups on the walls in the entrance that were found in the basement of the building - from  the 1800s so that's really cool. We came for brunch and they wouldn't seat us until everyone had arrived - obviously late but fine. Once we were finally seated, it took 20 minutes for the waitress to give us water. Then more time until she asked us for our drink orders. We were doing the 2 hour unlimited brunch so I looked at my watch when she brought the drinks because it was like 40 min after we had sat down. Then took forever to get out food - I get it - its a boozy brunch but come on, the place was basically empty. The table next to us literally left because the waitress took too long to take their drink order. I got the bellini and it was very bland so I asked to switch to a bloody mary. Asked two different people, then our server came over and said they didn't have any more mix. It was 2pm on a Sunday and you're an unlimited brunch place. She didn't say sorry and didn't offer us anything, just left. Later on, she brings out a different type of bellini altogether! The food was great, the vibe was great, maybe we just had a bad server day but it really put a damper on the whole meal.