Thursday, December 27, 2012

Cafe Cluny

A cozy French American bistro in the West Village, Cafe Cluny is the perfect mix of romantic and laid back. It sits with heavy striped awnings on the cobblestone lined corner of 824 W 12th Street, dimly lit and ever popular, bustling with a vibrant crowd. The Linguini Carbonara ($25) with bacon, peas and a poached egg was exquisite. Also pictured is the All Natural NY Strip "Steak Frites"($24) with garlic butter. A side of the tangy balsamic Roasted Brussels Sprouts ($9) are a must. With an overwhelming number of places to dine out in New York City, visiting Cafe Cluny was a really good call. 
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9 comments:

Bianca @ Confessions of a Chocoholic said...

Love the romantic feel of the photos.
PS - Hope you had the best Christmas!

In and Around Town said...

I love good finds in NYC -so hard since there are SO many! Hope you are having a great holiday!

Meghan said...

The frites look really delicious! What a cozy meal!

Shannon Grande said...

love the look of that pasta dish, who can resist a runny yolk :) hope you had a wonderful holiday!

kfenton917 said...

Looks like a charming place! Yummy roasted tangy brussel sprouts, my favorite!

Colleen @ Culinary Colleen said...

Everything looks delicious. I'll have to check it out next time I'm in NYC!

Megan Ginsberg said...

That carbonara is mouthwatering! What a great meal!

MOLLY GALLER said...

When my cousin lived in NYC she kept wanting to take me there for brunch but we never made it. Looks delish!

Emily @ A Cambridge Story said...

I love how cozy this place looks! Your photos really evoke that warm feeling - and the food looks awesome!