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(Entrance on E 32nd St)
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  • French, Bistro, Wine Bar
  • 2 Park Ave, New York NY10016 40.746193 -73.982196
  • (At 32nd St)
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  • (212) 725-8585
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User Ratings (Based on 124 reviews)

Food 4.0 Value 3.4
Service 3.3 Atmosphere 3.5

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 725-8585
(212) 481-5455
Visa, MC, AmEx Wine Bar Hours Mon-Wed: 11:45am-11pm Thu-Fri: 11:45am-12am Sat: 10:30am-12am Sun: 10:30am-10pm
Lunch Mon-Fri: 11:45am-2:45pm Dinner Mon-Wed: 5pm-9:45pm Thu-Sat: 5pm-10:45pm Sun: 5pm-8:45pm Brunch Sat: 11am-3:45pm Sun: 10:30am-3:45pm
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Business Dining, Group Dining, Prix Fixe, Raw Bar, Bar Scene, Online Reservations, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out, Catering, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Artisanal

    Posted by Morris from Gramercy on 01/19/2007

    Loud, stinky, poor service, so-so food

    Even though it's all about the cheese, you'd think they'd figured out by now that the sense of smell is a key factor in taste - so strong was the overall stench in the room, it's hard to tell if the food was better than it seemed - because it seemed only so-so and, like so many Hollywood movies, forgettable once you're walking down the block afterwards. A little ventilation would go a long way, and while they're at it, put in some sound absorbers - it was very hard to have a proper conversation. We sat at the banquette wall and tables were so jammed in that each time anyone in the row of tables had to get up, everyone had to shift their table over a bit. Very distracting. On a positive note: each of the wines we had was delicious. Not enough so to warrant a return trip, however. Real French brasseries are nothing like this pretentious place. Easy to tell right off that it's an American's idea of a French restaurant. T'ant pis!

  • Artisanal

    Posted by Ann on 01/15/2007

    Stick with the cheese

    We went to Artisanal for Sunday lunch. It was noisy and crowded. The cheese fondue was superb,as was the onion soup. Everything else was fine, but nothing special. If cheese is your thing, go for it. Stay away from the egg dishes. Perfect late night spot for a cheese flight or fondue.

  • Artisanal

    Posted by Frenchie on 01/08/2007


    This is a go the place is excellent. Recommend the fois gras with a glass of Sauterne as aptz and the artisanal blend with the Rothschild red Bordeaux. Had creme brulee for desert; they put orange in there interesting choice, but quite good. With a generous tip I paid 140 for 2 people (we shared everything)

  • Artisanal

    Posted by Annonymous on 12/16/2006

    Amazing experience!

    Superb! Definitely a place for a cheese lovers, like myself. I love it!

  • Artisanal

    Posted by Lauren on 12/05/2006

    Unbelievable experience!

    The tasting menu with wine selection is expensive, but worth every penny. The food was delicious and creative and the wine pairings were fabulously inventive. Do it - you won't regret it!

  • Artisanal

    Posted by Jon on 11/21/2006

    Pretty good

    Everything we ordered was top notch. Delicious! Cant say one thing bad about it. There are better restuarants out there however.

  • Artisanal

    Posted by Anonymous on 11/19/2006

    Solid bistro

    The fondue (artisanal) was just OK and very filling with bread and apples. We enjoyed the entrees much more. We had the skate, porkchop, and a side of macaroni & cheese. All very satisfying, especially the mac & cheese. Wine list is very reasonable, with a large by the glass selection. The restaurant was at capacity and loud, but fun at the same time. Good casual date place or night out with friends. Will definitely return, minus the fondue.

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