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Casimir (CLOSED)

  • $$
  • Bistro, French, Tapas
  • 103 Avenue B, New York 10009 40.724792 -73.981222
  • (Btwn 6th & 7th St)
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  • (917) 717-5824
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User Ratings (Based on 36 reviews)

avg-come back to15
Food 4 Value 4
Service 3_5 Atmosphere 4

Other Restaurant Info

(917) 717-5824
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc, DC
Mon-Thu: 5:30pm-12am Fri: 5:30pm-1am Sat: 11am-4pm+5:30pm-1am Sun: 11am-4pm
Accepts Credit Cards, Dinner, Late Night, Online Ordering, Outdoor Seating, Private Parties, Prix Fix Menus, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible
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User Reviews

  • Casimir

    Posted by D27Pat on 2013-03-25


    From the minute we walked in, we simply loved this place. The waiter took us under his wing, we told him we were waiting for another couple, not a problem, but can I get you some water, some bread, etc? Food was good (wine a little pricey but that's Man

  • Casimir

    Posted by Old NYer on 2012-03-02

    A New York Evening

    Approaching the wisened age of 60 we've (married 30 years) learned to dine early. That said, last night at Casimir was lovely. It really is like being back in Paris. The room is pretty, candles flicker. Servers were all attentive. A great muscadet that wa

  • Casimir

    Posted by JonProud on 2012-02-16

    Poor service + rude waiter = Valentine's Day meal ruined

    Just for context - my gf and I have been around a dozen times. The food typically ranges from medium to good (I like the steak frites although it's a bit of a lottery how the steak will be cooked) and the service is patchy but acceptable. We then went yes

  • Casimir

    Posted by RF on 2011-12-02

    A bit of Paris in Alphabet City

    Went there with a Scoutmob deal. Had a glass of pinot noir ($9) with the duck confit ($20), which was cooked very well with a crispy skin but seemed a bit flat in terms of seasoning--salty, but one dimensional, as were the potatoes. The frisee and lardons

  • Casimir

    Posted by Feed The Model on 2011-11-18

    Thursday Night Burlesque at Casimir

    I love the city’s culinary diversity and it’s many bars and restaurants. I have my favorites I always come back to, backup favorites for the times I’m indecisive, and new places I look forward to trying. For example, Casimir, a quiet French bistro s

  • Casimir

    Posted by Catherine on 2011-04-12

    Delicious, fun dinner at Casimir

    This was actually my first dinner on the Lower East Side (tourist) and I absolutely loved the atmosphere and the food! A friend who lives in the area recommended it and our group of 5 had a great corner table, a fantastic waitress (Emily), a delicious di

  • Casimir

    Posted by YakkinYeti on 2011-03-29

    Good food - good price

    In a party of three for dinner, we ordered three appetzers/ soup, a main course, and desserts. Two of us ordered drinks (in my case, two). Each dish was perfectly done. We paid about $40 per person. We would gladly go back. Brunch is much cheaper (ha

  • Casimir

    Posted by SLON on 2011-02-10

    Used to be better...

    While the atmosphere is nice and service pleasant, I wish I could say the same about the food. There is nothing particular about it. When a French restaurant offers UN-tasty mussels...I am not coming back. They also did not have cabernet sauvignon by the

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