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  • American (New)
  • 76 Clinton St, New York NY10002 40.718941 -73.985056
  • (At Rivington St)
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  • (212) 505-5011
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User Ratings (Based on 44 reviews)

4.365
Food 4.5 Value 4.5
Service 4.3 Atmosphere 4.2

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 505-5011
Website:
www.aliasrestaurant.com
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Tue-Thu: 6pm-11pm Fri: 6pm-11:30pm Sat: 11am-3:30pm+6pm-11:30pm Sun: 10:30am-3:30pm+6pm-10:30pm
Serves:
Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Group Dining, Prix Fixe, WiFi, Delivery, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering, Private Parties
Min Delivery:
15.00

User Reviews

  • Alias

    Posted by FG on 02/25/2006

    We were wrong...Brunch was just as good.

    Those Anson Mills grits with Grafton cheddar cheese are yummy! Beet greens & bisquit, fried chicken was pure down-home pleasure & one of the best Bloody Mary's in the city.

  • Alias

    Posted by IntheLES on 01/04/2006

    A New Years Day Savior

    I live in the neighborhood and was completely thrilled to find out that Alias was open for brunch and Dinner on New Years Day! My friends and I waited for awhile but it was worth the wait! The Eggs Benedict is incredible. The Geotta is interesting. Its fried oats and pork. I don't know what cincoamigoes is talking about. The breakfast burritos are huge and the bloody mary's are a great way to cure a long hard night. My girlfriend and I enjoyed the Sunday Supper too a few hours later. It's $25 for 3 courses!

  • Alias

    Posted by cincoamigos on 01/01/2006

    Nothing to write home about

    Our group of 5 people waited about 30 mn outside for a table, which is fine for a good brunch place. Once we got our table, we waited another 15 mn to get our orders taken even though I had indicated to our waiter that we were ready to order. We had Eggs Benedict: decent eggs, stingy on the cream, good bacon. Their talked-about Goetta (some type of cheese) comes with the Eggs benedict: it's essentially fried cheese, similar to mozzarella but with a burnt taste. No bread with the Eggs Benedict. The veggie taco was good, and the steak and eggs was very good. Service is poor, no one checked on us for the 1h15 min we were there. Perhaps dinner is a better deal.

  • Alias

    Posted by FG on 12/30/2005

    Dinner was even better....

    We loved brunch, but dinner was even better....My wife wants the Duck Confit again already! No venison risotto? No problem a housemade chestnut ravioli w/onions, mushrooms & curents & good EVO was a great stand-in. The chili has that touch of chocolate to make it sing & the mac & cheese with the grafton cheddar is a hug for the cold evening air. Can't say enough for the staff....friendly, but knowledgeable too! Oh the desserts were great, mini ice cream sandwiches (homemade chocolate chip cookies w/Il Labortorio Gelato mint ice cream & this concontion of Guiness Chocolate pudding was real tasty...We're sold....

  • Alias

    Posted by FG on 12/17/2005

    Yum, Quality & A Warm Hug....

    Yum, Quality & A Warm Hug....That is brunch at Alias. The quality is first rate. Bacon that is first rate. Sullivan bakery bread, Anson Mills grits, yada yada yada, the quality, care & unrushed attitude will ake us return again soo. The Bloody Mary was Purrfect! And at $6 a steal. Dinner soon....

  • Alias

    Posted by uncooked on 12/12/2005

    My current favorite restaurant

    We have been coming here every week for about two months and it has never disappointed. Totally awesome food and the sweetest waitstaff in the neighborhood. Try the duck confit followed by the upstate roast chicken and then the guiness dessert.

  • Alias

    Posted by Anonymous on 09/19/2005

    Best for Brunch!

    Yum yum yum! This is my new favorite brunch place. Everything is done to perfection. I had grits, eggs, biscuits and gravy and finished up splitting the churros with chocolate. Soooo good! The grits are outrageously good. I am southern and these might be some of the best I've had. The sausage gravy is very good as well - perfectly seasoned with a hint of spice. This place only serves dinner and weekend brunch. Such a treasure.

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