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113 Macdougal Street
New York, NY 10012
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- Sunday: 5:30 pm - 1:00 am
- Monday: 5:30 pm - 1:00 am
- Tuesday: 5:30 pm - 1:00 am
- Wednesday: 5:30 pm - 1:00 am
- Thursday: Closed
- Friday: 5:30 pm - 2:00 am
- Saturday: 5:30 pm - 2:00 am
price range:$26 to $50
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Blogger Reviews of Minetta Tavern
BarTaste on Aug 14, 2013
Finally got in the door. My first trip ended at the door, a wait to get into a restaurant and bar at capacity. As Zagat says it “takes an act of Congress to get a reservation...
Minetta Tavern Reviews
Black. Label. Burger.
by Jeffrey F.
Paying $26 for a burger is easy to scoff at, unless itâ€™s the legendary Black Label Burger at this restored Village relic which once served luminaries like Hemingway and Cummings. (RC & CP)
by Time Out New York
The $26 burgers aren't the only reason to come here. An Italian restaurant that once occupied this site, serving Beat poets and pub crawlers, left many of its decor pieces behind.
by Untapped Cities
Have the burger with a Pimm's cup, obviously. And some chocolate soufflÃ© to share for dessert.
by CM S.
The gold standard of funky, pungent, caramelized onion-topped, dry-aged, more-a-steak-than-a-burger burgers, it's somehow worth every one of those 26 dollars.
Black label burger and chocolate souffle, service, lighting, decor: all great. Table layout: unfortunately, horrible. Waaay too many people seated too close to each other, and deafeningly loud.
by Elsa S.
Yes, the black label deserves all the hype BUT the minetta burger is amazing too! They both just melt in your mouth!
by Meg G.
here, Parisian steakhouse meets New York tavern.
Kelle paÃ§a yok:((
by Hakan M.
Get the Black Label Burger with carmelized onions and fries. Wash it down with a Left Hand Polestar Pils. Finish it all off with the dark chocolate souffle.
by Victor S.
Minetta burger is awesome, especially with a Pilsner on a warm summer day!
by Fernanda D.
Seriously, everyone talks about the burger.... But try the filet mignon. The aligot is also a MUST.
by Marcelo B.
Best burger in NYC!
by David E.
The black label burger, while obnoxiously pricey, may be the best burger I have ever had...
by Steven G.
Lives up to all the hype.
by Dave E.
Worth the extra $9 for the rib eye burger
by Paull Y.
The Black Label burger is the greatest burger that I've ever eaten. It's made of prime dry-aged cuts of beef. Even the fries are outstanding. You won't regret it.
by Kazem E.
"The streets outside Minetta Tavern are crawling with NYU students, but they never go in this former speakeasy in the heart of Greenwich Village. Probably because it's too old, too comfortable, too.."
by Alex M.
Of course, you must get the black label burger. But beware, it's rather salty. And if you usually like a medium-rare, you'll want to opt for medium here.
by Jennifer D.
Steak for 2 is aggressive but SOOOO worth it, highly recommend trying.
by Karl H.
Crowded, pricey...but I loved it!
by Steve S.
Black Label Burger (topped with with caramelized onions)
Though itâ€™s not quite the same as it was when F. Scott Fitzgerald hung out here (along with contemporaries like Ernest Hemingway), you can soak in the old-timey ambienceâ€”assuming you can get a table.
by Time Out New York
The black label burger is truly amazing, a must have if you're dining here...Father's Office what?!?!
by Jade K.
They should make their items order-able from a smart phone by adding them to the app "appay biz" for free! That way, I can order ahead using "appay"!!!!!!!!!!!
by George W.
Bone-in steak was outstanding. Their "medium" more like medium rare.
by Silas F.
no bar between 3 and 5
by jonathan h.
The Black Label Burger is featured on Eater's 2013 Ultimate Burger Bracket, FancyPants Divison
by Marc E.
Black Label Burger = easily the best burger in NYC and quite possibly the best burger I've ever had anywhere
by Jen K.
Amazing green tomato bloodys!
by Jason E.
Best burguer!! And don't forget to ask for the chocolate soufflÃ©... OMG
by Monique S.
Great spot for incredible food and bustling ambience. Top picks include the Black Label Burger and the Cote de Boeuf for two. -John W.
Don't wait for a table, full food menu at the bar. The Burger is a must for first timers
by nantini r.
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by Fast F.
The beef patty on the Black Label burger is the real star here with simple flavors that are perfectly cooked to be medium rare. (preferably)
by Jess C.
really heavy on the salt
Ask for a table at the side. The ones in the middle of the room are in the airflow.
by ValÃ©rie V.
by Heitor B.
Ask for the famous Black Label burger, top meat, caramelized onions and very good fries. In French places is also difficult not to ask for a roasted bone marrow.
by From The World B.
The Stewed-Prunes Oatmeal looks good (photo by Victor Prado/New York Magazine):
by Sahadeva H.
Michelin 2012 â˜…
by Laura K.
The burger here is seriously good. One of the best I've had in NY.
by Dom G.
black. label. burger
by Lu H.
Save your money and go to Shake Shack.
by Sarah K.
by Marissa R.
Incredible. Black Label Burger lives up to the hype, cocktails are awesome, chocolate souffle is amazing. Just go.
by Mike H.
Love, love, love the atmosphere however the black label burger is like David Wright ...overrated
by Dougie F.
Everyone talks about the burger, but its really all about the steaks. And the fries are even better.
by Emilie D.
Walk in thru the front curtain and get transported thru time to speak easy feel with great array of craft beers and liquor. The staff was friendly and food was great too..make sure u get 26$ burger!!
by Erik C.
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