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Blue Ribbon Brasserie

97 Sullivan St Frnt A New York NY 10012
(212) 274-0404
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Opened in 1992, this small cozy Soho restaurant has been at the center of the national and international food scene ever since. The Blue…

Blue Ribbon Brasserie, New York, NY. 1,597 likes · 19 talking about this · 14,706 were here. American Restaurant

Blue Ribbon Brasserie is an obligatory stop for food connoisseurs in the city. While the wildly popular restaurant now has several locations, the flagship location will always hold a special place in New Yorkers' hearts, particularly fans of the late-night dining scene. Blue Ribbon Brasserie welcomes diners until the early hours of the morning, creating a warm and welcoming ambience with low...

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Blue Ribbon Brasserie
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April 03, 2009
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Small seating area, good atmosphere at the bar, go later at night for most interesting clientele....

Small seating area, good atmosphere at the bar, go later at night for most interesting clientele.

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The Bromberg brothers "consistently get it right" at these "beloved" New Americans where "down-home" cooking ("wonderful" matzo ball soup, "ballin'" fried chicken) make for "comfort-food heaven"; the original SoHo "standby" is a late-night "haunt for off-duty chefs", while the Bakery Kitchen has "intoxicating" smells of baking bread, and though they're not inexpensive, they remain "perennial...

Blue Ribbon serves its entire enormous menu until 4 in the morning to night owls and chefs coming off of work. The Soho spot is the most popular of the Blue Ribbon empire, a chain of six Manhattan restaurants (plus three in Brooklyn) focusing on everything from sushi to comfort food to pastries. The candlelit brasserie with dark wood booths and a raw bar up front is the perfect place to indulge...

Blue Ribbon Restaurant Review

The owners of this small American bistro stuck to their guns when they opened their doors, in 1992, keeping the restaurant open until 4 a.m. each night even if no customers showed up after midnight. Their persistence paid off and now it is possible to be faced with long waits for a table even at 3 a.m. If you don't want to wait, try to secure a seat at the small bar and dine there. The rich and...

Soho's late-night mecca for haute comfort food.

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Opposite an exposed-brick wall painted a lurid red hangs a painting of a lobster with a death grip on a fish. If you can stomach the vivid decor, there's little to complain...

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Wonderful food and service. The fried chicken was amazing

Best food! Great atmosphere 4-4am

Amazing food! I had the best cheeseburger ever! The fries were delicious as well, fresh cut. Highly recommend! Strange selections on the menu... for sure... but there’s something for everyone!!! Also enjoyed the House fruity drink! Enjoy!!!

Unreal experience ! Thanks to the chef who cooked our food last night! ?

Great food! And lovely staff!

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Blue Ribbon Brasserie, established in 1992, is a Soho restaurant that serves a selection of appetizers, soups and salads. The restaurant offers a variety of wines that includes chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, cabernet and Champagne. It serves saut ed calamari, barbeque ribs, steamed clams, fried oysters and chicken wings. Blue Ribbon Brasserie also accepts reservations for more than five people....

Blue Ribbon Brasserie's cozy yet bustling dining room and friendly bar have served neighborhood regulars, culinary professionals and celebrity chefs for 25 years. Whether you are in the mood for a Burger and a Pint, Rack of Lamb and a bottle of Burgundy, or Oysters on the Half Shell and Champagne, Blue Ribbon Brasserie will welcome you from 4pm until 4am, seven nights a week. Our youthful...

Blue Ribbon Brasserie, established in 1992, is a Bromberg Bros restaurant located on Sullivan Street at the convergence of the West Village and SoHo. This iconic destination famously opens from 4:00 PM to 4:00 AM, seven nights a week.

Stop in Blue Ribbon Brasserie for a place that offers guests eclectic American dishes where patrons tend to favor the raw bar.

Eating & Drinking: Open for dinner.An extensive beer list is available, and you`ll find that there is an excellent wine list.

Notable Mention: One of New York`s better restaurants.

Details to Note: Entrances and walkways are wheelchair friendly. The eatery stays open...

The Blue Ribbon Brasserie Manhattan is the first and evidently the most popular restaurant of the Blue Ribbon restaurant group. While it's an obligatory stop for food connoisseurs, it is also popular among professionals in Manhattan working late hours. The seafood dishes score well but the chicken, duck, pigeon and beef culinary creations are not far behind. The salads and soups are a nice way...

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The famously long wait is the result of the no-reservation policy. With a party of five or more, call a week or two ahead for a table, and you'll be seated as soon as you waltz in.

What to Drink

A staggering list of 250 wines accompanies the comfort food. The medium-bodied 2000 Robert Sinskey pinot noir ($66) and a more budget-friendly Spanish Rotlan I Torra 1999 Reserva ($34). There are also several beers on tap.

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