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By Andrea Strong

Bar Sardine

Bar Sardine's all-day menu is built for that spontaneous need for refuge—the best kind of neighborhood spot.

Perhaps you’ve walked by Bar Sardine, Gabriel Stulman’s cozy gastropub, and spied couples lingering at small tables over glasses of muscadet and a tray of icy oysters in summer, or snuggled up close on bar stools facing West 10th Street, sharing a steak tartine with red onion jam, horseradish and bleu cheese butter. And you’ve thought, I need to slow down, go inside, eat, drink, reflect and relax. Wise advice. Stulman’s all-day menu is built for that spontaneous need for refuge. This the best kind of neighborhood spot, often filled with those who realize they are hungry, and go to find the kind of satisfaction that a good burger (topped with smoked cheddar and BBQ mayo) and a cold draft beer can provide.

Must try:
Oysters, Steak Tartine, Burger
Quiet Lunch Spot / Neighborhood Gem
Reservations: Walk-ins only
Hours: Sun-Wed 12pm-12am; Thu-Sat 12pm-2am; Late night menu from midnight to 2am
Location: West Village
Address: 183 West 10th Street
Phone: (646) 360-3705
  • Subway: A, C, E, B, D, F, M to West 4th; 1 to Christopher Street
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