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Prune



54 East 1 St
New York, NY 10003

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(212) 677-6221

Hours

  • Sunday: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Monday: 11:30 am - 11:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 11:30 am - 11:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 11:30 am - 11:00 pm
  • Thursday: 11:30 am - 11:00 pm
  • Friday: 11:30 am - 10:00 am
  • Saturday: 11:30 am - 10:00 am

Cuisine: American Restaurants, Breakfast and Brunch


4.8 of 5.0 from 77 reviews


price range:$26 to $50

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Blogger Reviews of Prune

  • Tiffany Tastes on Jul 20, 2013

    My favorite part about this restaurant was the atmosphere. It almost felt like everyone was just hanging out after work having a drink. And I mean everyone. It was super relaxed and having a great time. That being said, the restaurant is a little noisy and may not be conducive to quiet, romantic date night. But for our purposes, a raucous girls night out, it was absolutely perfect.

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Prune Reviews

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  • Michelle A.While everyone talks about brunch, the real star here is the roasted bone marrow. Luxuriously decadent and oh so delicious. It's good enough to make it your entrée.

    55555 by Michelle A.


  • Kira F.I don't care if you haven't eaten sweetbreads in your life, you gotta get it here

    55555 by Kira F.


  • Eddy D.Try the Bacon & Marmalade Sandwich

    55555 by Eddy D.


  • Julia B.Everything is fantastic at this cozy spot - order a Ghost of Mary and get to ordering every dish on the menu

    55555 by Julia B.


  • Sara S.I've heard nothing but amazing things about this brunch spot. I've yet to go for brunch, but dinner was fantastic! The octopus and the pork chop were my meal highlights. Can't wait to try brunch.

    55555 by Sara S.


  • Kim P.Some of the best Bloody Marys in NYC. This place is worth the wait!

    55555 by Kim P.


  • Amanda G.Show up early (10am) to avoid the wait for brunch!

    33333 by Amanda G.


  • Scott H.I loved the Octopus app and the Duck was perfect. Worth every penny.

    55555 by Scott H.


  • Joseph D.Food was very good Service was not. Asked for bread was given it begrudgely. Wait staff more interested in chatting with each other and the bartender than doing their job. But food was delicious

    33333 by Joseph D.


  • Tal Y.Best brunch in the city.

    55555 by Tal Y.


  • Benjamin P.This is one of the best places to eat in nyc. Get whatever sounds fun it's always great

    55555 by Benjamin P.


  • AlexiaLoooooong lines waitting for brunch in sundey. Be patience!!

    55555 by Alexia


  • Angie L.The fried oyster omelette is amazing. It is even better when paired with a Bloody Mary!

    55555 by Angie L.


  • Giovanni S.Get the table by the front window. Great brunch experience

    55555 by Giovanni S.


  • Sammy G.Maybe the best sweetbreads I've ever had

    55555 by Sammy G.


  • The Corcoran GroupPair their signature Bloody Mary with their crowd-favorite Dutch Pancake. Be sure to get here early to beat the morning brunch rush!

    55555 by The Corcoran Group


  • Rebecca R.You will dream about the soft scrambled eggs.

    55555 by Rebecca R.


  • Jennifer O.Ditch the pancakes and go for the oyster omelette. You won't regret it! Also, go after 230 pm to avoid the line

    55555 by Jennifer O.


  • VoiceStreetThe menu at Prune is always a surprise, but they manage to make an array of seemingly random ingredients work together in ways you would have never imagined. Go at lunch when you can nab a seat!

    55555 by VoiceStreet


  • Lena C.Get the carbonara, especially if you love black pepper. Brunch is well worth it.

    55555 by Lena C.


  • MariaBecause there's a whole menu's worth of Bloody Marys, and each comes with a beer back!

    55555 by Maria


  • Eva V.Don't like this place.

    33333 by Eva V.


  • Jaryl C.Get a Matchbox Bloody Mary!

    55555 by Jaryl C.


  • Joe C.The space is a stereotype for a romantic date. The robust, simply-prepared food (try the bone marrow and parsley salad)--against this pretty backdrop--continues to be a revelation.

    55555 by Joe C.


  • Ed C.Bring nips since they can't serve booze before 12pm.

    33333 by Ed C.


  • CassidyNot worth the wait or the hype. Go across the street to JoeDoe instead.

    22222 by Cassidy


  • Serious EatsGabrielle Hamilton's American bistro in the East Village, known for top-notch homestyle cooking.

    55555 by Serious Eats


  • Nazary N.Note to self - Try the Ginger Beer Roasted Pumpkin

    55555 by Nazary N.


  • Simran J.ehh. brunch is overrated. though, food comes out minutes after you place the order...as many covers as possible is good i suppose.

    33333 by Simran J.


  • Jess C.The Soft Scrambled Eggs are excellent but it's all about the Dutch Style Pancake here. Crispy along the edges and super soft and fluffy in the inside, it's like eating a gigantic madeleine.

    55555 by Jess C.


  • Francesca K.Any place that has a separate bloody Mary menu is okay in my book.

    55555 by Francesca K.


  • Serious EatsThe Greek Salad Sandwich with Garlicky Tzatziki is one of our favorite vegetarian sandwiches

    55555 by Serious Eats


  • B F.Delicious potatoes, but everything is heavily salted.

    55555 by B F.


  • RaphaelYou're a sucker if you don't get the Monte Cristo for brunch.

    55555 by Raphael


  • João C.The full package: great atmosphere, wonderful food, top service and a great person behind everything.

    55555 by João C.


  • Bin Y.If you're here for dinner, get the heart, tongue, and the bone marrow. Don't be a wimp, you can thank me later. And save some space for desserts!

    55555 by Bin Y.


  • Annie L.Bar menu is great - get the oysters, radishes w butter, and the Southwest Bloody Mary.

    55555 by Annie L.


  • F-Factor N.Unpretentious American home cooking, great for brunch too.

    55555 by F-Factor N.


  • LogoTVBest brunch in the East Village - but be prepared for a long wait. The Bloody Mary bar is to die for. I love the Chigago Matchbox. - Jon Marcus, Hunting Season

    55555 by LogoTV


  • F-Factor N.Great brunch spot in easy village

    55555 by F-Factor N.


  • Josh C.Take a trip to pork chop city.

    55555 by Josh C.


  • California BakeryIl ristorante della pluripremiata chef Gabrielle Hamilton, che offre una cucina di altissima qualità e creatività | The restaurant is owned by Gabrielle Hamilton, famous chef and author

    55555 by California Bakery


  • Alexa S.If you're a savory brunch person, get the steak and eggs. Want something sweet? Pancake with pear and canadian bacon!

    55555 by Alexa S.


  • Andrew P.East Village – $10 bloody marys.. and there are 9 types to choose from!

    55555 by Andrew P.


  • Vicki Jeeheebone marrow...a must! Not to mention any brunch dishes...cozy and unpretentious space

    55555 by Vicki Jeehee


  • Ranita R.Worth the wait. Really. Bloody Marys are a must.

    55555 by Ranita R.


  • Stacy F.Spicy chickpea eggs and the Chicago Matchbox bloody Mary. Trust me on this.

    55555 by Stacy F.


  • KitchitBest Chef, NYC 2011. Check out Chef Gabrielle Hamilton on Kitchit at http://www.kitchit.com/profiles/chefs/gabrielle-hamilton

    55555 by Kitchit


  • Mark L.Ghost of Mary cocktail..one of the best drinks I've ever had and tough to have just one. of course the burger is amazing. set aside a time when you can enjoy a long lunch during the week.

    55555 by Mark L.


  • ExperiencesOutrageous food aside, they have a whole menu devoted to bloody marys.

    55555 by Experiences


  • Jonathan T.Their play on the lobster roll is fun and inventive, but the mussels are where it's really at. Reasonable corkage for the wine geeks out there.

    55555 by Jonathan T.


  • Rebecca C.Pancake was delicious and massive!

    55555 by Rebecca C.


  • Rocio R.The huevos rancheros pass the mexican test!!

    55555 by Rocio R.


  • Shrutika S.Worth the wait! The Dutch Pancakes are a MUST! Oyster omelette and huevos rancheros are good too. Steak and eggs a bit too oily...

    55555 by Shrutika S.


  • Julia B.Don't miss the bone marrow, sweetbreads and the ghost of mary...the best!!

    55555 by Julia B.


  • Slow Food NYCHappy to award the Snail of Approval to PRUNE

    55555 by Slow Food NYC


  • Chris C.This is an awesome place to grab breakfast or brunch. Get there 20 minutes before they open to avoid a 30-60 minute wait.

    55555 by Chris C.


  • Citybeams.comTry the Cheeseburger on an English Muffin for lunch! one of the best burgers in Manhattan

    55555 by Citybeams.com


  • Citybeams.comA bunch of Bloody Mary options here! All interesting and delicious!

    55555 by Citybeams.com


  • The Food SlutsHip, happening place on the LES. Great brunch with brilliant Bloody Marys (there's an entire menu). Try the sweet, creamy and generously portioned fresh ricotta ($13).

    55555 by The Food Sluts


  • Noslen W.Try the Dutch Style Pancake (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Noslen W.


  • Teisha F.They have Peets coffee! I could cry! Not bitter at all.

    55555 by Teisha F.


  • Nicole F.One of my favorite restaurants

    55555 by Nicole F.


  • pinsuda s.E - I go here for the bloody mary's more than the food. They're unique and awesome. Worth a try. #bruncheducation

    55555 by pinsuda s.


  • MlleTravelistaTry the Fried Sweetbreads - Fried Sweetbreads with Bacon and Capers (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by MlleTravelista


  • Kevin S.EAT ALL THE FOOD!

    33333 by Kevin S.


  • Julie W.Insane wait time for weekend brunch, so go next door for a drink while you wait. When you finally get in, order a bloody Mary and the huevos rancheros!

    55555 by Julie W.


  • JenSKIP BRUNCH, yeah, I said it, and opt for a more civilized weekday lunch.

    33333 by Jen


  • Pammy P.This quaint East Village bistro effortlessly serves a homestyle American cuisine. For brunch, they tempt you out of bed with Russ and Daugthers bagels, Joe's Dairy cheese and 11 wild Bloody Marys.

    55555 by Pammy P.


  • Lauren P.Pick a sunny day for lunch, sit by the window and don't go past the Pimms Cup. Oh, hi bliss!

    55555 by Lauren P.


  • Martin P.Get the lunch-only burger and a Ghost of Mary.

    33333 by Martin P.


  • Monica D.Must try the sweetbread and bonemarrow..delish!!

    55555 by Monica D.


  • Lula L.a probar el 'steelhead' MIEDO!

    55555 by Lula L.


  • David G.Try the Eggs Benedict - #classic #eggs (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by David G.


  • MegaChicago Matchbox is the way to go

    55555 by Mega


  • ThePurplePassport.comHooray for home cooking without having to break the bank! We love that spaghetti a la carbonara is on the brunch menu, & the pickled veggies that come with the Chicago Matchbox Bloody Mary are divine.

    55555 by ThePurplePassport.com


  • Sean S.the caramel croutons are to die fir

    55555 by Sean S.


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