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Bar Boulud

1900 Broadway, Frnt 2
New York, NY 10023

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(212) 595-0303

  • Sun - 5:00pm - 10:00pm
  • Mon - Thu 5:00pm - 12:00pm
  • Fri - Sat 5:00pm - 1:00am

Cuisine: Bars, French Restaurants

4.6 of 5.0 from 161 reviews

price range:$26 to $50


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  • Agustin Maria MIt's not casual that it's almost empty...

    33333 by Agustin Maria M

  • Paige C.The food & service are good, however Michael Lawrence, who is the manager and director of operations happens to be the rudest person I have ever encountered at any fine dining establishment.

    22222 by Paige C.

  • Nick T.Charcuterie. Wines by the bottle, glass pours are dumbed down. Large format pour is good stuff usually.

    55555 by Nick T.

  • JoAnne K.Brunch and dinner are delicious

    55555 by JoAnne K.

  • Jordan M.Have the roast chicken and a glass or two of red wine here before the opera. I dare you not to fall asleep.

    55555 by Jordan M.

  • Peter jWhat used to be good, is the Cubano. not anymore. I have been coming here for 2 years. Quality has been declining since. Portions shrank, the filling is missing and the food is cold in the inside.

    33333 by Peter j

  • Khoa MaService is not great.

    55555 by Khoa Ma

  • Gary E.Guinness and oysters

    55555 by Gary E.

  • Andrew C.Very busy area, with construction/traffic/show attendees!!!! For brunch, we waited 10+ minutes and even with all the chaos its well worth it - the pre-meal bread and fries were the best part!!

    33333 by Andrew C.

  • Larisa GrollemondAuthentic French cuisine, definitely get the charcuterie and cheeses.

    55555 by Larisa Grollemond

  • BuzzFeedIt’s hard to go wrong with anything on a Daniel Boulud menu, but maybe the smartest thing to do at Bar Boulud is to order wine and charcuterie and just people-watch.

    55555 by BuzzFeed

  • Trae F.The salmon is excellent. Sitting outside can't be beat.

    55555 by Trae F.

  • EaterBar Boulud is a destination for wine-lovers, charcuterie fanatics, and anyone that loves good French food.

    55555 by Eater

  • Mike CNot worth the hype. Coq Au Vin was dry and lacked flavor. Duck page was decent and salmon tartare special was the highlight but that isn't saying much.

    33333 by Mike C

  • Rick SWine, tartare

    55555 by Rick S

  • Teresa FThe entrees and main dishes were delicious, the desert not so much.

    55555 by Teresa F

  • Nikhita M.Yummy food and lively, bistro like atmosphere. Huge variety of pate and charcuterie (get the foie gras!) and the fish and fries are amazing.

    55555 by Nikhita M.

  • Sarah T.Visited for Restaurant Week 2016 lunch. Not impressed by my choices. Cauliflower soup (ok), Atlantic Cod (pretty boring/bland) and Gateau Chocolate Passionfruit cake (way too much pf). Duck was great!

    55555 by Sarah T.

  • J PTerrine is excellent

    55555 by J P

  • Hazkel PutermanWuaooooooo spectacular, excellent food and drinks.most go

    55555 by Hazkel Puterman

  • Marc S.Looking for desert? The "île flottante", meringue with crême anglaise, is very nicely made here. Very light.

    55555 by Marc S.

  • Paula F.Best brunch I've ever had in NYC! The place is amazing and service is cery good!

    55555 by Paula F.

  • Brian M.Great wines.

    55555 by Brian M.

  • angela gaylorBest brunch! Amazing eggs!

    55555 by angela gaylor

  • Mark GoodacreLudicrously overpriced. $12 for 3 fluid ounces of a fairly ordinary Merlot. "I saw you coming" style pretension.

    33333 by Mark Goodacre

  • Olga GonzalezSuch good food!

    55555 by Olga Gonzalez

  • Sam DBucheron is my favorite

    55555 by Sam D

  • Albert W.On a summer day sit outside and have the Nicoise Salad. Great food and great people watching.

    55555 by Albert W.

  • Wilson Z.This a well known Mediterranean style outpost of chef Daniel Boulud's named uptown spot. It's really nice to have a brunch seating outdoor in summer and this egg florentine is stylish and delicious.

    55555 by Wilson Z.

  • Way PExceptional service!

    55555 by Way P

  • Marcos A.Delicious food, but a bit snob. Went with my wife after a day of walking around NY and felt like they didn't want us there. Recomend the King Crab as entree and Musles with fries.

    33333 by Marcos A.

  • Andy GrossmanSuper wine list & a variety of pates

    55555 by Andy Grossman

  • Bryan RahmananI love that it's so classic French. Great lunch special too

    55555 by Bryan Rahmanan

  • Max LGreat casual french dining, nice terrace

    55555 by Max L

  • Sara YMy standard pre-Lincoln Center dinner. Always well-prepared, always interesting menu.

    55555 by Sara Y

  • Shirley L.Try their price fix brunch (or dinner) -- great deal!

    55555 by Shirley L.

  • Andrea B.I mean its Bouloud so brunch was good was great. Not amazing but that's what lunch and dinner are for. Super nice staff and very kid-friendly. We were there for a good 2.5 hours and were never rushed

    55555 by Andrea B.

  • Dave CummingsI haven't seen it on the menu in a while, but the flatiron steak was superb. Either way, get yourself some pâté.

    55555 by Dave Cummings

  • angela gaylorGreat brunch! The eggs are amazing.

    55555 by angela gaylor

  • Jeff W.I've been here 4 times & have tried 12 dishes. LOVED: 1) Crab Salad w Celery, Granny Smith Apple, Frisee 2) Pate Grand-Mere. FAILED: 'Club' de Saumon Fume. See Top 10 dishes on Foodmento:

    55555 by Jeff W.

  • Kathleen CorlessLove the communal table in the back, great design. The burger and eggs dishes at brunch are delicious.

    55555 by Kathleen Corless

  • Duke P.OMG....That lunch special is beyond delicious. We were stuffed and the bill wasn't crazy either. The price for the pre-fixe was only $4 bucks more than what foursquare said online. Great environment!

    55555 by Duke P.

  • Virginie H.Fantastic charcuterie and great option after the opera

    55555 by Virginie H.

  • Alexandra M.Came here for restaurant week 2015 and wasn't impressed with the kitchen, flavors or dishes. Maybe I had too high expectations...

    33333 by Alexandra M.

  • Julie N.Try the Salade D'encornet and the agneau duo. Delicious.

    55555 by Julie N.

  • Pierre SExcellent tartare!

    55555 by Pierre S

  • Lynette D.The Charcuterie. The Bread. The Burger! Dessert. I forget what others had I was so focused on my own plate. Of course the wine and staff are amazing. Maya was great.

    55555 by Lynette D.

  • Eric G.Overrated. The food is mediocre and overpriced and the interior is dated and absolutely filthy (the fixtures are caked in dust and grime). It seems like this is one of Daniel's afterthoughts.

    22222 by Eric G.

  • David DiGregorioThey have some nice, yet pricey salads.

    55555 by David DiGregorio

  • Jessica SextonAmazing squid ink pasta and desserts

    55555 by Jessica Sexton

  • Rob P.I went for a lighter fare, allowed the professional and elegant staff to decide what would pair well with my Greek white wine. I had the Salade De Crabe À LA PÊCHE & the Cauliflower Gratin. MUST GO!

    55555 by Rob P.

  • TV Food MapsCheck out Bar Boulud as seen on Best Thing I Ever Ate , Celebrity Chef's , Chopped

    55555 by TV Food Maps

  • Cristian G.The outdoor tables during the summer are great for people-watching.

    55555 by Cristian G.

  • amNewYorkBar Boulud added the Frenchie burger to its menu in April 2013. Since Bar Boulud is all about rustic French, it was a no-brainer.

    55555 by amNewYork

  • Will A.Warning: the liquor is way overpriced. Stick with wine or water.

    33333 by Will A.

  • Will A.Coq au vin the way it should be. And nice cold sweet corn soup.

    55555 by Will A.

  • Daniel BouludHome to some of the most authentic charcuterie outside of France developed with Parisian charcutier Gilles Vérot. In the spring and summer I like to sit out on the terrace and drink a glass of wine.

    55555 by Daniel Boulud

  • Frederieke TaylorFood good, service ghastly!

    55555 by Frederieke Taylor

  • Joey D.Saw the Croque Monsieur on the Food Network on Best Thing I Ever Ate. My wife wants to try it now.

    55555 by Joey D.

  • Marc E.Tasting Table Top10 Steak Frites: "Steak Frites" Big cup of near-perfect fries, excellent char--it ain't cheap

    55555 by Marc E.

  • Jeong Sun P.Try the Grilled Chicken

    55555 by Jeong Sun P.

  • Jeong Sun P.Try the Fish & Chips

    55555 by Jeong Sun P.

  • YingTried the menu for restaurant week. Not amazed. Kind of disappointed.

    55555 by Ying

  • Fernando MSem palavras. Só estando aqui para descrever.

    55555 by Fernando M

  • Trae F.Great dessert but menu overall not that exciting, especially at those prices.

    55555 by Trae F.

  • Quinton M.The duck confit and the boudin blanc are great (although you can buy the boudin for 1/5 the dish price) Don't bother with the Frenchie Burger.

    55555 by Quinton M.

  • EaterBar Boulud is a destination for wine-lovers, charcuterie fanatics, and anyone the loves good French food. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater

  • Steven Y.Great brunch spot - 4 courses for $32; the squash soup, quiche and croque monsieur are delicious

    55555 by Steven Y.

  • Cara M.The Squash soup with roasted pumpkin seeds may possibly be one of the most flavorful, aromatic & utterly divine things I've ever eaten. #Foodie

    55555 by Cara M.

  • Simply R.Try the pistachio raspberry gelato mmmmmm

    55555 by Simply R.

  • Christina C.Food is okay. Host are jerks. There's way better places to eat in the neighborhood.

    33333 by Christina C.

  • Andy S.Get the frenchie burger.

    55555 by Andy S.

  • Simply R.Delish pistachio raspberry gelato

    55555 by Simply R.

  • Diana F.Restaurant week! Try the Skate, the sausage, the corn soup and leave room for dessert. Heaven on a plate.

    55555 by Diana F.

  • Kyle W.Dined here with 3 others. Overall we rate at 3 out of 10. Not bad, but far from impressive for $$$! Restaurant week not worth it at all...

    33333 by Kyle W.

  • Melody A.The charcuterie is a must try and the lobster salad was yummmmm

    55555 by Melody A.

  • Chad P.Do not miss the sorbet and gelato sampler

    55555 by Chad P.

  • Dorien D.Fantastic cocktails! Like tequila and peppers? Try the Embajador!

    55555 by Dorien D.

  • Iulian C.Try the charcuterie sample and the Lion desert. Yummy! Their wines are great too.

    55555 by Iulian C.

  • Marie D.True French culinary experience, but be prepared to pay for it. Great service that lets you savor. Sitting outside on a lovely spring night, one could be convinced they were in Paris instead of NYC.

    55555 by Marie D.

  • Denise W.Every night they open a $100 + bottle of wine and sell it by the glass. Worth every penny. Lovely food - even lovelier service!

    55555 by Denise W.

  • Tatiane C.Terrible! We made reservation, but when we arrived there some guy at the entrance said there weren't any tables available, even though there were bigger ones available. Horrible.

    11111 by Tatiane C.

  • Omri S. QuireTartare de boeuf is not Parisian - no mayo. Ever. Fois gras barely had any fois gras. Not great, not good, just fine

    33333 by Omri S. Quire

  • armand a.scandinavian style designed space-sit at the bar or community table and go for the pre-fixe menu.....my soup,merlu and dessert were all packed in flavours...the service was sub par with no personality

    33333 by armand a.

  • Alastair T.The downstairs wine "cellar" on the the way to the restrooms is worth checking out. Love the cavern like upstairs ceiling.

    55555 by Alastair T.

  • Sandy L.Delicious!!!

    55555 by Sandy L.

  • Jasmine C.Friiiiiiites! Best in the city

    55555 by Jasmine C.

  • Tom M.The fresh farfalle with sprouts and hazelnuts on the brunch menu is a superb winter dish

    55555 by Tom M.

  • Thomas S.Everything is good, but I'd you like pâté you will be very happy. The selections are great. Sausages equally good.

    55555 by Thomas S.

  • KirsyGood Food and good Service. Great for after or before the show.

    55555 by Kirsy

  • Margaret M.Kid friendly . Ask to split the serving in 2 for the little ones.

    55555 by Margaret M.

  • KMinNYCSuper expensive,100%not worth it. If u want a plate of charcuterie, go2zabars /fairway. Big bone in my pate I.e. could've broken a tooth. Crack in glass. Then they added a 20% tip2 bill (party of5)

    33333 by KMinNYC

  • KathLove the wall art made of vantage wines!!!!

    55555 by Kath

  • andy k.Just became a my favorite spots in Manhattan. Very impressed!

    55555 by andy k.

  • Nathan K.Go for the charcuterie platter. Amazing spread of tasty treats. You won't be disappointed!

    55555 by Nathan K.

  • Nathan K.The steak frites here is incredible. Tender, flavorful and perfectly cooked steak. I'd eat this again and again!

    55555 by Nathan K.

  • Fábio M.Try the pâté grand-père - coarse country pâté, foie gras, truffle juice and port. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Fábio M.

  • BULLDOG GinCall for a round of drinks on BULLDOG. Try your gin and tonic with BULLDOG and you'll never go back.

    33333 by BULLDOG Gin

  • SureshDelicious salads.

    55555 by Suresh

  • Karina T.Diver scallops and anything else !

    55555 by Karina T.

  • Courtney R.The atmosphere is great. Try the Homard Aioli and Black & White Boudins tasting!!

    55555 by Courtney R.

  • Jessica S.Featured on The Best Thing I Ever Ate for its Croque Monsieur

    55555 by Jessica S.

  • Jess S.Unbelievable food. Nice casual atmosphere. Good value overall. The banania dessert is life changing.

    55555 by Jess S.

  • ThePurplePassport.comBar Boulud is just the right amount of cool and casual without trying too hard to be trendy. We like how the wait staff is laidback yet perfectly professional, and the communal table adds to the fun.

    55555 by ThePurplePassport.com

  • Elie K.Croque Monsieurs are a killer here, and so are the bloody marys. Good solid brunch. Sit outside on the patio if the weather allows you to for people watching / lincoln center

    55555 by Elie K.

  • David R.Duck, steak frites, charcuterie. Can't go wrong. Trust the somm for wine

    55555 by David R.

  • Kathryn H.Full menu at the bar, great wines and ambiance. Perfect place to grab dinner before a ballet.

    55555 by Kathryn H.

  • Jeanne S.Don't skip the gougeres!

    55555 by Jeanne S.

  • Irina G.hard to go wrong with anything on the menu.

    55555 by Irina G.

  • Sharon K.Croque Madame was epic! Four course brunch is an amazing deal.

    55555 by Sharon K.

  • rahul d.Croque Monsieur

    55555 by rahul d.

  • Steve M.Just explore the menu. There isn't bad dish here.

    55555 by Steve M.

  • Craig T.The $29 pre-fixe brunch is excellent!

    55555 by Craig T.

  • Kurt-Owen R.Have a glass of the Trimbach with the Tourte de Pigeon

    33333 by Kurt-Owen R.

  • Quinton M.Best fries in NYC. Boudin blanc and duck hash are my favorite dishes here. Escargot is great too. Prix Fixe dinners are a steal

    55555 by Quinton M.

  • MK T.Sit at the community table and try to ignore the calorie count. The space is fantastic - a must see for that alone!

    55555 by MK T.

  • Eduardo V.Best French food on the West Side.Service and food are perfect.

    55555 by Eduardo V.

  • RazorfishFor the lover of fine French bistro cuisine.

    55555 by Razorfish

  • Julien D.Great french pate to go with a read wine while seating outside on the terrace.

    55555 by Julien D.

  • Scott P.Ask Michael Madirgale what the large format by the glass pour is that night!

    33333 by Scott P.

  • Sue TExcellent food but $21 for mixed drink? Outrageous!

    55555 by Sue T

  • nantini r.Dinner, endless wine selection

    55555 by nantini r.

  • Christopher T.Filling 4 course brunch for $28. Not bad...

    55555 by Christopher T.

  • Aimee D.a journey into wine and food and wine

    55555 by Aimee D.

  • Francisco A.Drink whatever your waitress is having that night.

    33333 by Francisco A.

  • elle d.Insanely overpriced and kind of lame, closes early too. Skip it. Go walk up Amsterdam or Columbus.

    33333 by elle d.

  • BLOUIN ARTINFORecommended: Tartare de Boeuf Parisien.

    55555 by BLOUIN ARTINFO

  • Shakti S.The twenty nine dollar three course prix fixe is a deal but...not tasty. At kat, the tile fish was bland.

    33333 by Shakti S.

  • Deirdre FSuperb, good place to have dinner when you visit Lincoln center.

    55555 by Deirdre F

  • CUNY School of Professional StudiesGRADUATION GRUB: High-end French cuisine in a unique environment. A great place to celebrate with a bottle of wine! ($25-$31)

    55555 by CUNY School of Professional Studies

  • Danielle F.Wonderful service, wonderful food. A glass of Saint Verman from Burgandy hits the spot.

    55555 by Danielle F.

  • LinaGreat place to go if ur at Lincoln center

    55555 by Lina

  • Bala M.Good food. Below average service.

    22222 by Bala M.

  • Ashraf F.One of the best casual french restaurants I have ever visited.

    55555 by Ashraf F.

  • BLOUIN ARTINFOWine splatters-turned-artworks adorn the walls from a collaboration between Boulud & artist Vik Muniz.

    55555 by BLOUIN ARTINFO

  • FoodspottingTry the croque monsieur

    55555 by Foodspotting

  • Kumiko I.Spectacular charcuterie and wine selection. You can't go wrong here.

    55555 by Kumiko I.

  • jonathan l.Better bar service before 5:30pm

    33333 by jonathan l.

  • Lisa W.Go with the Pear Rouge but substitute the vodka with Sagatiba Velha...you won't be disappointed!

    55555 by Lisa W.

  • BravoGreat food in a casual and elegant atmosphere. -Carmen Gonzalez, Top Chef

    55555 by Bravo

  • Randall B.Fromage de Tete, be daring! It's fantastic!

    55555 by Randall B.

  • Jeff W.The small board of charcuterie is a good tasting of boulud quality meats. I order the pate grand mere every time I visit!

    55555 by Jeff W.

  • FoodspottingTry the Fromage De Tete

    55555 by Foodspotting

  • FoodspottingTry the charcuterie

    55555 by Foodspotting

  • HUGO BOSS TA series of wine splatters transmogrified into artworks adorn the walls here, the result of a collaboration between Daniel Boulud and mixed-media artist Vik Muniz. (via ARTINFO)

    55555 by HUGO BOSS T

  • Zachary Adam C.Ask for mike madrigals. He's super hot and if you rub his tummy you receive three wishes from a drugged out gecko similar but not exactly like the one from the geico car commercials.

    55555 by Zachary Adam C.

  • EaterSolid food, an exciting wine program (choice bottles are served at cost weekly), and killer terrine. Hey, it's a Daniel Boulud joint, so what else would you expect? [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater

  • Jonathan T.Charcuterie plate and Coq au Vin are classics. Leave the wine up to sommelier Michael and you'll be in good hands.

    55555 by Jonathan T.

  • The New York TimesDaniel Boulud’s more casual bistro is worth a visit for the charcuterie and wine alone.

    55555 by The New York Times

  • The New York TimesLyonnaise bar food in an elegant setting, good for lunch or dinner before (or after) Lincoln Center. Terrific wines and amazing cured meats.

    55555 by The New York Times

  • @A.G. Wine - iPhone/iPadGreat wine list! For a full-bodied, complex red, opt for Vega Sindoa's Garnacha from Navarra, Spain (Les Cousins, Rhone). Good value!

    55555 by @A.G. Wine - iPhone/iPad

  • BLOUIN ARTINFOA series of wine splatters transmogrified into artworks adorn the walls here, based off a collaboration between Daniel Boulud and mixed-media artist Vik Muniz.

    55555 by BLOUIN ARTINFO

  • Trevor S.The coq au vin is divine

    55555 by Trevor S.

  • Wine EnthusiastWine Enthusiast Restaurant Award Winner 2009/2009

    55555 by Wine Enthusiast

  • Dana K.order fish. and dessert.

    55555 by Dana K.

  • Jose L.Try out their waffle for brunch. Solid, but expensive. My friend took my one raspberry. He owes me.

    55555 by Jose L.

  • Sue MExcellent steak frites & the ebene (chocolate tart) was superb

    55555 by Sue M

  • Guy JDisapointing. The meat was too cooked (burned) we asked pasta instead and it took them 25 minutes to bring it.

    11111 by Guy J

  • Daniel F.The frites are amazing...so are the terrines!

    55555 by Daniel F.

  • Scott S.Try the charcuterie if you dare! Awesome presentation of foods & atmosphere.

    55555 by Scott S.

  • Susan WGo to Bar Boulud for some of the best charcuterie in the city

    55555 by Susan W

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