Time Out says
This family-style bistro in the East Village serves rustic and seasonal American fare. The list of snacks includes several familiar appetizers, albeit with some unexpected twists: chicken skin crisps ($7) seem reminiscent of pork rinds, while the crispy deviled egg ($10) and fried rice with parmesan, shiitake mushrooms and truffle zest ($10) reference two beloved American foods. The rest of the menu is divided into garden (beets with crispy farro, caramelized goat cheese and chrysanthemums, $12), sea (octopus with celery root puree and pickled Asian pear, $17), land (duck with caramelized apple, charred scallion and beet greens, $26) and harvest (kabocha mac and cheese, $16). Groups of two or more can share several dishes with the “feast” option ($52 per person), while larger groups of eight or above can book five days in advance for the “whole hog” feast complete with suckling pig ($75 per person).
102 Third Ave
|Cross street:||between 12th and 13th Sts|
|Transport:||Subway: L to Third Ave; L, N, Q, R, 4, 5, 6 to 14th St–Union Sq|
|Price:||Average Meal: $40 AmEx, MC, V|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thurs 5p–10:30p, Fri 5p-11p; Sat 11a–3p, 5:30p-11p; Sun 11a-3p, 5:30p-10p|
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