restaurants
Minetta Tavern
113 Macdougal Street
212 475 3850

This very expensive - can we say very expensive a second time - steak
house from Keith McNally and chefs Riad Nasr and Lee Hanson, has none
of the professional detractors that Morandi did. It is widely loved,
whether for the steak or the potatoes Anna, but it does have some of
the hallmarks of a McNally spot; it is swarmed, it is loud, it is hard
to get into and it is - let's say for the third time - expensive. The
strip and the cote de boeuf are the winners (the latter no surprise at
$90) but also good are the grilled dorade, a steal at $21 and the
pig's trotter and lentils at $19. Actually perhaps the best things on
the menu aren't the steak. A lovely lobster salad, the aforementioned
potatoes, and another fish offering, the trout, are what we'd come
back for. That is, if someone else sorted out getting the booking for
us!

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