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  • 54 E 1st St, New York 10003 40.723944 -73.989349
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  • (212) 677-6221
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User Ratings (Based on 71 reviews)

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

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 677-6221
Visa, MC, AmEx
Dinner Daily: 5:30pm-11pm Brunch Sat-Sun: 10am-3:30pm
Brunch, Dinner
Accepts Credit Cards, Catering, Good for Groups, Online Reservations, Private Parties, Prix Fix Menus
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User Reviews

  • Prune

    Posted by Anonymous on 2013-12-30

    I keep coming back!!

    Will be dining here next Friday. I live out on Long Island and when wife and I come in to the city we keep ending up here. Not because we don't try other places/cuisines... We do. We just love the place... Very consistent.

  • Prune

    Posted by nikki on 2013-05-03

    once a year is still too many

    2.5 stars for food: It was beautifully presented, landed cold, and tasted salty but bland. Among the 5 of us, we ordered the radishes and butter, ocean snails, marrow bones, lamb chop, whole white fish, chicken and fried grape leaves. For dessert, we had

  • Prune

    Posted by EVLocal on 2012-06-04


    Just left brunch on a Sunday. Wait was an hour long. Heuvos Rancheros was basic, bland, and a the portion was small. They charge for coffee by the cup which takes away half the fun of brunch. Overall, don't recommend it.

  • Prune

    Posted by jenack on 2012-04-20

    I don't get it

    What's the fuss about? The food, while well-prepared is unexceptional. The noise level is so high, the waitstaff yells information to customers. All in all, a really unpleasant experience

  • Prune

    Posted by markalayev on 2011-12-19

    Ratatouille Sandwich @ Prune

    I ordered the ratatouille open-faced sandwich ($14). Ratatouille is a Niçoise dish of stewed eggplant, zucchini and tomatoes. This one, atop crusty, toasted ciabatta bread, was flavored with olives, capers and a variety of herbs; it was topped with an un

  • Prune

    Posted by Marcia O on 2011-10-13

    Book club gobbles down both the book and the restaurant!

    Our book club met at Prune to discuss and enjoy Gabrielle Hamilton's delicious food. Sharing the bittersweet negroni cocktail lovingly referred to in her book was a great way to start our discussion. Loved the glass it was served in and enjoyed the bitter

  • Prune

    Posted by Anonymous on 2011-10-11


    I've been dying to try Prune for a long time. I was always discouraged by the tight space (I refuse to wait longer than 45 minutes for a table), but I went on a Saturday night recently and the wait was only 45 minutes for 2. On top of that, they took my c

  • Prune

    Posted by Ravinous on 2011-09-29

    Loved this restaurant!

    I had a late lunch midweek and each coarse I ordered was fresh and perfectly made. Loved the roasted duck which was like the Magret I have eaten many times in France, perfectly cooked, brimming with flavor and simply seasoned with coarse sea salt. It's so

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