Freemans Restaurant

191 Chrystie St (It's Really in An Alley Behind Chrystie St.), New York, New York USA

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Closed Now
Opens Sat 10a
  • Credit Cards
    Accepted

“Cuisine inspired by old world traditions”

The idea of the restaurant was to make rugged Clandestine Colonial American Tavern. The cuisine was also imagined to be Early American; simple, rustic and inspired by old world traditions. This exceedingly low-profile restaurant materialized at the end of a nondescript Lower East Side alley unknown to even the most intrepid hipster. Persevere, and you'll discover a taxidermist's dream of a dining room, specialty cocktails, and a homespun American menu tinged with the occasional Anglo accent, like devils on horseback and summer pudding. If you don't feel like battling for a Hawkeye Sour (bourbon, lemon juice, syrup, bitters) during the raucous evening hours, order one (or two) on a peaceful Sunday afternoon, along with a plate of roasted pear pancakes, a slab of pan-fried pork schnitzel, and smoked trout with hardboiled egg, horseradish cream, and toast.

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Freemans Restaurant

191 Chrystie St (It's Really in An Alley Behind Chrystie St.)
New York, New York
USA

Hours

Closed Now
  • Mon - Fri: 11:00 am - 12:00 am
  • Sun, Sat: 10:00 am - 12:00 am

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  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Street Parking
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