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  • French, American (New), Local/Organic, Cocktails
  • 181 W 10th St, New York NY10014 40.734481 -74.002618
  • (At 7th Ave S)
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  • (212) 488-2626
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User Ratings (Based on 27 reviews)

3.675
Food 3.6 Value 3.2
Service 3.7 Atmosphere 4.3

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 488-2626
Fax:
fax
(212) 488-2627
Website:
www.bobonyc.com
Notes:
Corkage Fee Visa, MC, AmEx Happy Hour Daily: 5pm-7pm
Hours:
Dinner Mon-Wed: 6pm-11pm Thu-Sat: 6pm-12am Sun: 6pm-10pm Brunch Sat-Sun: 11am-3pm
Serves:
Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Business Dining, Group Dining, Outdoor Dining, Prix Fixe, Romantic, Tasting Menu, Trendy, Fireplace, Happy Hour, Bar Scene, Online Reservations, Accepts Credit Cards, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • bobo

    Posted by margotkenly on 11/17/2011

    Best gnocchi ever

    Wonderful meal, best gnocchi I have had in years - only drawback was the LOUD music at 6:30pm that they finally lowered at 8 pm when the restaurant filled up. What were they thinking? Will happily be lured back for the gnocchi again though. Very attentive wait staff without hovering.

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    Posted by Bianca on 11/30/2010

    A New York must!

    I read about Bobo in Italian Vogue a couple of months ago. Its hard to find an authentic NY restaurants that still value elegance and style. Its a little hidden. We had cocktails and and some canap├ęs downstairs then our clients insisted on staying for dinner upstairs. The duck breast was a big hit. Great evening.

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    Posted by anonymous on 10/17/2010

    cocktail party disappointment

    I went to a private party cocktail party with passed hors d'oeuvres. The food was so bad. So bad. They had no flavor and were badly to be designed for eating while standing with fingers.

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    Posted by Bosch on 07/26/2010

    Surely the best kept secret in the West Village

    This has to be one of the best spots in the West Village. I went on Friday night with some friends from Berlin after people at work kept talking about this place. Its a little hidden on the corner of 10th and 7th av. Very attractive young crowd ( is it fashion week at the moment?) and very delicious food to match. Try and have a cocktail downstairs before you seated. The London Calling I highly recommend while you do some people watching. For starters we had the lamb riblets and the turnip scallops which were amazing. Then I would love to go back and have the duck breast again. Very tasty. The brook trout came with some delicious veggies. Also you have to try the chocolate cake (comes with salted caramel) for dessert. Overall great spot. Very cool switched on wait staff and nice music. I wish more NY restaurants were this NY cool. Book in advance!

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    Posted by PeterR on 06/25/2010

    Why is it so expensive

    I have no idea why this place is so expensive. I live 2 blocks away and went once, Just once. I noticed they took the table clothes off the downstairs tables. My guess is they're trying to cut costs because business is slowing down!

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    Posted by Jason on 05/10/2010

    Disappointing

    I went here on a recommendation from a friend. The service was not that great, but I usually don't fault restaurants for that because occasionally you have a waiter/waitress having a bad day. This is a cozy date atmosphere, but it is overpriced. Appetizers were actually good, but a little pricey. Entrees were terrible. Small portions, not very tasty or good, and as a result, overpriced.

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    Posted by Anonymous on 03/23/2010

    Fun Menu!

    I went to Bobo with a group of my girlfriends Saturday night for a birthday celebration. 9:00 on a Saturday night and it was perfectly packed in the bar. Had the signature cocktail which was refreshing and delicious for springtime-aperol and prosecco if i remember correctly. We got to choose from a tons of little tapas-like appetizers to start as well as an awesome carpaccio chili oil and a lobster salad with hummus toast, etc. Exciting but traditional enough that I could get down with it. The server, who was generally delightful but not overbearing, made the perfect recommendation-ahi tuna with avacado and a crispy egg with caviar on top to go with our prosecco! The striped bass was amazing with shitake mushrooms. OH! And the side of bok choy with soy and orange zest! What? It was all delicious. I should mention that we almost had too much food for 6 girls, but in the end it didn't matter because we were there to celebrate anyway. I also thought it was cool that they had some bio-dynamic wines on the list-which we partook in. I mentioned when I made the reservation that we had a birthday and never again. The butterscotch pudding that the birthday girl ordered arrived with a candle in it which was a nice touch. The only complaint is that I would rather have sat at the chef's table if I had known that it existed but all the more reason to go back. Great girls night out and well worth the money!

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