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Clancey

Restaurants, American Lower East Side
4 out of 5 stars
Clancey
Photograph: Courtesy Clancey

Time Out says

4 out of 5 stars

Sometimes you just want a good cocktail and something wrapped in bacon on a toothpick. Clancey serves up upgraded versions of gastropub staples along with cleverly named cocktails such as the rum based “Who’s Watching My Kids?” ($12) and bourbon-filled “Drunk at Gray’s Papaya” ($12). Starters are decently sized portions of classics such as burrata and grilled calamari. Made for sharing though their daily “Something Wrapped in Bacon on a Toothpick” is served up in individual portions at market prices. Signature starter dish, Yesterday Lo Mein ($12), upgrades the tried and true leftover take out dish with tangy chunks of pork and veggies toppling out of a takeout box- quite literally!

Entrees keep in the elevated comfort food theme with items such as the Truffle Grilled Cheese with Asparagus, served w/a Runny Egg and Mesclun Salad($14) and Shrimp and Grits ($23). But, you can’t go wrong with the Obligatory Burger ($16).

With daily drink specials, elevated bar foods and a relaxed downtown vibe, Clancey is the perfect backdrop for a happy hour with friends or weekend brunch stop.

BY TIME OUT COMMUNITY REVIEWER: SHELIKA BAEZ

Clancey says
Clancey will have you leaving happy. Yesterday Lo Mein (cold noodle, hot pig), The Obligatory Burger and the ever changing Something Wrapped in Bacon are just a few of the highlights. Serious Cocktails ($12), Craft Beers and Wines round out the experience. Don’t sleep on Brunch either! (CHALLAH!)

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Address: 79 Clinton Street
New York
10002
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