113 MacDougal St, New York, NY 10012
‘Parisian steak house meets classic New York City tavern’ – we don’t think there is a better description of this ambient tavern located in Greenwich Village since 1937. The classic checked floors and red leather booths of this tavern have been the second home of the likes of Ernest Hemingway, E. E. Cummings, Joe Gould and many more poets, writers and philosophers over the decades. Serving brunch, lunch, dinner and supper, with sumptuous offerings like black pudding clafoutis with caramelized apple or the filet of trout meuniere, each meal is complimented by delicious cocktails appropriate to the hour of the day. Minetta Tavern is a complete experience, providing comfortable and delicious dining in a vibrant historically charged atmosphere.