Time Out says
This casual East Village bistro serves French and American cuisine all day long. Come in for brunch to feast on classic dishes like a croque madame or eggs benedict (both $13), or try something more adventurous like the Montreal-style hangover poutine with an entire hamburger patty, mozzarella cheese and peppercorn gravy on top of fries ($15). Order a raspberry bellini ($9), beer Bloody Mary ($8) or apple rosé sangria ($8) to complete the meal. The dinner menu also includes plenty of traditional French favorites, like steak tartare ($15 for a small order, $25 for a large order), gluten-free crepes called socca from Nice ($11), a roasted half-chicken with haricots verts and moules frites with chorizo ($20). On the other end of the spectrum, David’s Cafe also offers the award-winning Burger Queen Deluxe, a double-patty burger with special sauce, American cheese, lettuce, tomato and a pickle ($17).
110 St Marks Pl
|Transport:||L to 1st Ave, 6 to Astor Place, N to 8th St., F to 1st & Houston|
|Price:||Average entree: $17|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu 10am-11pm; Fri 10am-midnight; Sat 11am-midnight; Sun 11am-10pm|
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