The Beatrice Inn

Restaurants, American West Village
5 out of 5 stars
(4user reviews)
Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz
The Beatrice Inn

Taking over for Graydon Carter, Chef Angie Mar curates a meat-centric menu in yet another revival of this glitzy restaurant that has been serving Gothamites since the 1920s. Mar is sourcing quality cuts of beef from around the world, using a Parisian dry-aging technique. Other menu options include flambéed roast duck, pan-roasted halibut and a 45 day, dry-aged burger. The beverage program by Antanas Samkus focuses on rare whiskey and scotch to compliment the hearty meals.

By: Alyson Penn

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Venue name: The Beatrice Inn
Contact:
Address: 285 W 12th St
New York
10014
Cross street: at 4th St
Opening hours: Tue-Sat 5:30pm-midnight; Sun noon-9:30pm
Transport: Subway: L to Eighth Ave (14th St)
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Average User Rating

4.8 / 5

Rating Breakdown

  • 5 star:3
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  • 3 star:0
  • 2 star:0
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One of the best places to eat in NYC. I go out a lot and this the only place I keep going back to over and over. Chef Angie Mar is amazing. A total NYC classic.

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The lobster thermadore put me over the moon. So do the cocktails. Love the cozy fire and rich decor. Perfect late nigh for a proper stiff drink or a late big meal! Stylin all the time.


The Beatrice Inn is one of the most impressive restaurants in New York City. I always recommend it to visitors and they are never disappointed. There is always a great crowd and food and cocktail presentation is outstanding. Some of the must have dishes are the burgers, duck flambe and tomahawk steak. We got the chance to meet Chef Angie Mar who is one of the coolest chefs I have ever met and made the experience even more memorable. You leave feeling very special which is a hard thing to come by these days!


The new Beatrice Inn under the new owner and Chef Angie Mar is A MAZ ING! This is truly the soul of New York, from the speakeasy bar and edgy underground vibe, but the food steals the show - the duck flambe at our table was mesmerizing. Easily on its way to becoming one of my favorite NYC restaraunts.