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Tartine

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  • West Village
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  1. Photograph: Richard Burrowes
    Photograph: Richard Burrowes

    Tartine

  2. Photograph: Richard Burrowes
    Photograph: Richard Burrowes

    Tartine

  3. Photograph: Richard Burrowes
    Photograph: Richard Burrowes

    Tartine

  4. Photograph: Richard Burrowes
    Photograph: Richard Burrowes

    Tartine

  5. Photograph: Richard Burrowes
    Photograph: Richard Burrowes

    Tartine

  6. Photograph: Richard Burrowes
    Photograph: Richard Burrowes

    Tartine

  7. Photograph: Richard Burrowes
    Photograph: Richard Burrowes

    Tartine

  8. Photograph: Richard Burrowes
    Photograph: Richard Burrowes

    Tartine

  9. Photograph: Richard Burrowes
    Photograph: Richard Burrowes

    Tartine

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Time Out Says

Brittany-born owner Thierry Rochard’s prototypical Gallic café still draws lines after 18 years. The inevitable wait and tight space are worth enduring for the crisp, salty frites; the BYOB policy with no corkage fee adds to the bohemian allure. Staples like an earthy steak au poivre and cheesy, decadent croque-monsieur dominate the short menu. An entrée of “spicy chicken” smothered in a white wine sauce deviates from the Franco format, but the tude from the couldn’t-be-bothered servers doesn’t.

Details

Address:
253 W 11th St
New York
10014
Cross street:
at 4th St
Contact:
212-229-2611
Transport:
Subway: A, C, E to 14th St; L to Eighth Ave
Price:
Average main course: $18
Opening hours:
Mon - Wed 9am - 3:30pm, 5:30pm - 10pm; Thu - Fri 9am - 4pm, 5:30pm - 10pm; Sat, Sun 5:30pm - 10pm
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