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  • French, Italian, Bistro
  • 179 W Broadway, New York NY10013 40.717897 -74.007054
  • (Btwn Leonard & Worth St)
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  • (212) 219-2126
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User Ratings (Based on 61 reviews)

3.795
Food 3.9 Value 3.7
Service 3.7 Atmosphere 3.8

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 219-2126
voice
(212) 343-3883
Fax:
fax
(212) 343-3890
Website:
www.landmarc-restaurant.com
Place Order:
Order From Landmarc for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Major Credit Cards Delivery Hours Daily: 11am-11pm
Hours:
Daily: 11am-12am
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Group Dining, Kid-friendly, Outdoor Dining, Trendy, Fireplace, WiFi, Delivery, Online Reservations, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering, Private Parties
Min Delivery:
20.00
Delivery Area:
Spring to Vesey St; Lafayette St to W Side Hwy

User Reviews

  • Landmarc

    Posted by Mr and Mrs Rodriguez on 04/23/2005

    It was okay...

    We had dinner at Landmarc after attending a Tribeca Film festival screening as recommended by many people; but it was just okay. The restaurant is very nice and we sat upstairs. The menu items where good but I unfortunately ordered the Boudin Noir with fries and it was poor. The blood sausage was subpar. The profiteroles and bone marrow were great! The wine deal is fantastic! Maybe I ordered the wrong choice for my entree.

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    Posted by Tanya on 04/19/2005

    Big Thumbs Up!

    It seems that the chef/owner did all of his research to see what customers wanted in a restaurant. We visited for the first time on Saturday evening. The decor is minimal yet inviting. Even though it was early (before 7pm) the restaurant was already crowded. Now I see why! The appetizer of fried zucchini and cheese was excellent with a spicy sauce. The bread was wonderful! But the best part of this place is the fact that the mark up on wine is minimal and they offer half bottles for those who only want one or two glasses. The filet I ordered with bernaise sauce was out of this world. It melted in my mouth! The fries that accompanied were delicious and the dressing on the salad was fantastic. We both left saying that we would take all of our out of town guests to this wonderful neighborhood restaurant and recommend it to everyone! As you can see, I cannot say enough great things about this place!

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    Posted by Anonymous on 04/06/2005

    I Would Go Back...

    Primarily b/c the wine markup is really low thereby making extraordinary options, well, options. The food was good, not amazing. But again, the wine is the focus, not the food. The service was very good. The room is very attractive although tables for two are a bit close to one another.

  • Landmarc

    Posted by john on 03/24/2005

    Don't order the burger

    The service was a bit too attentive. My companion's chicken in a mustard sauce was particularly good. The wine as noted is fairly priced. The burger and fries were pretty dreadful. Perhaps "medium well" infuriates whoever crisped it. The bun was unheated (maybe a day old) and the condiments unnoteworthy. They should take it off the menu. They are amazing with families.

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    Posted by larry l on 02/22/2005

    What's not to love

    The no reservation policy is a bit weird but has not been a problem because we eat early - The 1/2 bottle wine minimum is a little weird but I always drink that amount anyway and they are well priced - Good salads and the calamari was good - thought the goat cheese profiterole was not as good as my friend thought - a wonderful rib steak and fabulous pork chop - would love to try some fish and others items in a very extensive menu - so far so good and a welcoming, warm atmosphere - highly recommended!

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    Posted by Leland on 02/14/2005

    Worth the trip downtown

    Ever since reading the Times column that described an attempt to recreate Landmarc's grilled pork chop, I was curious about this place. I finally made it down there the night before Valentine's Day, and it exceeded my expectations. Sadly, I've gotten to the point in my cooking where I usually prefer my own food to that of a restaurant. So, when I go out, I try to order something I can't or won't make at home. Here, my boyfriend and I started with the calamari, which was perfectly sized and delicious. For a main dish, I had the sweetbread and he had the boudin noir (two of the house specialties described by our waiter as "adventurous"). Both were interesting and satisfying. The boudin had the consistency of chocolate cake (in a good way), and the sweetbread was tender and comforting. It's a great menu. I spent a good 20 minutes deciding what to have. The wine program is good, too, with several half bottles that cost about what a glass costs at other restaurants. Landmarc is in a beautiful building with a warm, modern interior. It's the best restaurant I've been to in New York in a long time.

  • Landmarc

    Posted by Aisle79 on 02/08/2005

    Great Experience

    Exceptional service, even for a very busy Saturday night dinner. Drinks were very nice, not watered down. Wine was very good. We had a variety of appetizers including french onion soup, zucchini and mozzarella. Our filet mignon and rib eye was good, cooked to our specifications on a great grill in the corner of the room. Nice, relazing, cozy atmosphere. Only thing I didnt like was the spinach. Definitely go here.

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