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Pure Food and Wine

  • 54 Irving, New York 10003 40.7362 -73.9872
  • (Btwn 17th & 18th St)
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  • (212) 477-1010
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User Ratings (Based on 95 reviews)

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

Other Restaurant Info

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(212) 477-1010
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Hours:
Lunch Daily: 12pm-4pm Dinner Daily: 5:30pm-11pm

User Reviews

  • Pure Food and Wine

    Posted by Don't do a pre-fixe here on 2014-01-02

    Never again

    We did the New Year's pre-fix and we left hungry. Portions were minuscule (the amuse bouche was literally a mandarin segment supposedly carbonated). Yes, this is supposed to be small but one segment is a joke. The cauliflower soup was in a word: blechy.

  • Pure Food and Wine

    Posted by ki-lo on 2012-12-21

    love it/hate it

    yes, the portions are small. but as vegans, my spouse & i left very full. the choices are exotic --- i have no qualms about the food. it is extraordinary. the prices? i understand what goes into creating these food items --- aint easy. requires time.

  • Pure Food and Wine

    Posted by Rawfoodist from NY on 2012-07-27

    Poor and good

    The atmosphere is realy nice if you are in the garden, but extrimely noisy inside with very loud music. I liked first courses , but didn't like the second courses at all , they are too nutty and dense. When I think of raw food I think of much lighter foo

  • Pure Food and Wine

    Posted by Plateful on 2012-03-30

    Inventive but expensive and minimal portions

    Food quality and service is very good. Room is attractive and comfortable but it can be very noisy. Menu is indeed interesting but why does raw food have to be so expensive and why do the portions have to be so meager. If you order 3 entrees, you will

  • Pure Food and Wine

    Posted by yasmine on 2012-03-06

    Too expensive and over-processed

    I love, cook, and eat vegan and gluten-free food. In addition, I appreciate the value of raw vegetables and nuts. However, I was very disappointed by this restaurant. The food is REALLY over-processed and dense, and it just sat in my stomach for 24 hours

  • Pure Food and Wine

    Posted by Jason on 2011-11-07

    Quite good!

    Food was delicious, inventive, and tasted exquisitely fresh. I was expecting portions to be incredibly small due to the other user comments, and although I do agree that the appetizers were not quite big enough to adequately share (especially for the pric

  • Pure Food and Wine

    Posted by Anonymous on 2011-09-02

    Sophisticated people will like this restaurant.

    I'm not a snob. And this place is really expensive. But it's a NYC treasure. Anyone with appreciation for high level aesthetic experiences will really appreciate this place.

  • Pure Food and Wine

    Posted by Thomas on 2011-07-15

    The poorest restaurant by value in NYC!

    My friend recommended this incredibly noisy restaurant that claims Pure Food...it may be pure but whether is edible food is an open question. She and I shared two starters, two mains and two deserts. My friend had a cold sake and I had a smoothie shake at

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