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"Zagat 2006 - Food and Service rated very good to excellent"
Bistro61's seasonal French bistro menu is a sophisticated and creative combination of classic Provencale dishes and innovative new Mediterranean-inspired ones. Chef Adil Fawzi's menu represents authentic French cooking with influences from the surrounding regions of Spain, Italy, Greece and Morocco. His dishes and sauces are enhanced by an impressive selection of fresh herbs, homemade breads...
French Restaurant, Cocktail Bar, Restaurant or Cafe, Spanish Restaurant, Food and Drink, Restaurant, Mediterranean Restaurant, European Restaurant, Fine Dining Restaurant
Bistro61’s seasonal French bistro menu is a sophisticated and creative combination of classic Provencale dishes and innovative new Mediterranean-inspired ones. Chef Adil Fawzi’s menu represents authentic French cooking with...
Upper East Side locals tout this "everyday" French bistro near the Queensborough Bridge for its "flavorful", Moroccan-accented cooking "served with a smile" by an "earnest" crew; "decent" pricing and a "relaxing" (if "nothing-fancy"), brick-walled setting add to the overall "charming" effect.
Casual French bistro on the far east side with upscale food, a moderately priced wine list and weekend brunch. Read More
Not particularly charming, Bistro 61 offers a decent menu and delivers decent food. Unfortunately, it pairs this reasonably priced food with unreasonably priced wine. On our visit, there were three bottles of wine identified in a section of the list called "Under $40". Their prices were $38, $39, and $39. Keep in mind we were there for lunch (so sandwiches and salads were among the entrees...
Came here for Mother's Day brunch, so it was pretty busy. Showed up early and while our table was not yet ready, the staff was very accommodating by bringing food to the bar area for our hungry kids. A little disappointed that the menu for that day did not include mussels or escargot, but there were plenty of good choices.
Bistro 61 is located at 1113 1St Ave, New York, NY. This business specializes in Restaurants. Bistro 61 is open Mon, 11am-11pm; Tue, 11am-11pm; Wed, 11am-11pm; Thu, 11am-11pm; Fri, 11am-11pm; Sat, Closed; Sun, Closed and accepts American Express and Visa.
1113 First Ave
New York, NY 10065, United States
Mon-Wed 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM
Thu-11:00 AM to 11:30 PM
Fri-11:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Sat-10:30 AM to 12:00 AM
Sun 10:30 AM to 11:00 PM
Bistro61's seasonal French bistro menu is a sophisticated and creative combination of classic Provencale dishes and innovative new...
Tapas joints in Manhattan are notoriously cramped--not so at this spacious and sleek Upper East Side eatery, opened by the brothers behind Astoria’s El Boqueron. Brick walls, unique dangling light fixtures and wine barrels create an intimate atmosphere where authentic tapas like creamy cod croquettes and tender veal meatballs are served. The name “El Porron” refers to a distinctively-shaped, shareable glass pitcher, so its understandable that vino is a big draw--a variety of Iberian selections are available for under $13, though most are served in a traditional glass.
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