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Posted by sprung on food on 02/13/2014
I went to Montmartre in Chelsea for cocktails. This French restaurant and bar is small, yet cozy with a very inviting vibe. The bar seating is limited, so if you're wanting dinner, I would recommend sitting in the dining room. But, the bar is great for drinks and snacks, which is exactly what I did. I ordered the Buzz, Billie Holiday, Buzz, blanco tequila, Drambuie, lime juice and honey syrup.
Posted by Bess on 02/10/2014
We ate here on Feb. 6 and were seated next to a table of four young women whose loud conversation and raucous laughter made everyone nearby cringe. When I asked the women if they could keep the noise level down, I was met with a sort of sneer and their loud talk continued. The food here is excellent, but costly. And if you can't enjoy a somewhat quiet meal, why would you come here?
Posted by Kristin on 02/07/2014
The NOISE level was painful. As is the NOISE at its sister restuarant Perla. I was rudely told at both restaurants that the NOISE and the Rap music (if you can call that ear pain music) is part of the experience!! And that is how Gabrielle Stulman likes it. My friend and I left both restaurants shaking from it. If that is "the experience" he can keep it.
Posted by John from Chelsea on 09/03/2013
My friend and I live in the neighborhood and pass Montmartre often. It is always crowded, so we decided to see what the hype was all about. Small: portions of food, martini size (for $16), tables, bar and waiting area. Large: decible level and tab.
Posted by apchelsea on 04/08/2013
food ok. lamb dish was terribly spiced. smallest apple tatin I have ever seen for $10. other dishes fine. not worth the wait or money.