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Odessa Restaurant

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  • Diners & Coffee Shops, Russian, Eastern European
  • 119 Avenue A, New York NY10009 40.726507 -73.983591
  • (Btwn 7th St & St Marks Pl)
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  • (212) 253-1470
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User Ratings (Based on 57 reviews)

3.7515
Food 3.8 Value 4.1
Service 3.8 Atmosphere 3.2

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 253-1470
voice
(212) 253-1482
Website:
www.odessanyc.com
Place Order:
Order From Odessa for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Delivery Take-Out Catering Private Parties Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc, DC
Hours:
Daily: 24 hrs
Serves:
Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
Features:
Accepts Credit Cards, Brunch, Catering, Delivery, Late Night, Online Ordering, Open 24 Hours, Private Parties, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible
Min Delivery:
10

User Reviews

  • Odessa Restaurant

    Posted by smallfr0sty on 04/04/2006

    Odessa Rocks

    Odessa is the best spot to go after you've been out in the village drinking....or if you happen to live in the village then its the best late, late, late night delivery there is...the food is always rockin.

  • Odessa Restaurant

    Posted by S M on 09/05/2005

    Old School

    Anyone expecting gourmet eats has come to the wrong place... they don't have good borscht (go to Veselka for that), any seafood is dodgy, higher end items on the menu I suspect are unfrozen caveman food... it's really just a diner, despite it's Ukranian roots. It's good diner food (read burgers, plates, breakfast specials) with some decent perogies (fried potato with onions and sour cream rock), an oddly generic greek diner atmosphere, but is a staple and probably the place I order the most from... a Buffalo burger delivered at 5:30 am... you ain't getting that in Cincinnatti slappy. Their chicken cutlet sandwiches are huge, you get a full butterflied chicken breast on a roll with trimmings for 6 bucks. Surprisingly good lasagna too. Not a place for a date; a place to go with buds if you're hungry, hungover, or need something to eat after a long night.

  • Odessa Restaurant

    Posted by Review from a Russian on 07/26/2005

    Not recommended

    I went to Odessa solely because it's open 24 hours. I ordered borsht (I'm a native Russian) and it was not so good. My friend's steak was gray. However, the BLT - and ONLY the BLT - there is great.

  • Odessa Restaurant

    Posted by Stacy on 04/30/2005

    Yummy 24-hour diner with a huge menu

    Thank goodness for Odessa -- I don't know what I'd do without it. The challah French toast is amazing. Great grilled cheese with tomatoes, too. Service can be agonizingly slow late-night weekends, but delivery is usually quick and they get your order right every time.

  • Odessa Restaurant

    Posted by C.Dobbelaere on 04/25/2005

    Still hanging in there

    Order the borscht. And a hunk of bread and some sweet red wine. Beats the old Ukranian restaurant that was on 2nd Ave.

  • Odessa Restaurant

    Posted by Roberto on 04/16/2005

    Order the Chicken Dijon for brunch

    They have other really good dishes, but that Chicken Dijon is just wonderful. Also a great place to eat if you have a bad hangover. :)

  • Odessa Restaurant

    Posted by Rob on 03/20/2005

    An old favorite!

    Odessa is a neighborhood staple with good food. Try the Odessa Combination or breakfast 24 hours a day!

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