Contemporary restaurants strive to serve food the way people eat it now, rather than ground up between two really big rocks as it was in the past. Feast on up-to-the-minute fare with this Groupon.
$34 for a Four-Course Bistro Dinner for Two (Up to $78 Value)
- One shared appetizer (up to a $14 value)
- One shared garden or caesar salad (up to a $9 value)
- Two dinner entrees (up to a $24 value each)
- One shared dessert (up to a $7 value)<p>
The dinner menu includes appetizers such as pork-stuffed pot stickers with thai chili sauce and entrees such as rack of lamb on moroccan couscous with a pistachio crust and smoked-tomato coulis. Available desserts range from key lime pie to crème caramel.
East of Eighth
East of Eighth takes diners on a tour of New York City’s diverse cultural heritage with a selection of authentically prepared dishes representing more than 10 distinct communities, including the French, Cajun, and Spanish. Binding the disparate culinary traditions together is a focus on contemporary bistro fare, from matzo-ball soup to pâté-topped breads to chorizo quesadillas. After dinner, the delectable oral history continues with crème caramel and strawberry shortcake that compete for diners' attention with the restaurant’s bounty of eye candy—an illuminated fountain, an aqua garden teeming with multi-colored foliage, and the always lively West 23rd Street in Chelsea bustling below wall-size windows. Theatergoers on their way to catch a show or impersonate an understudy can feed their inner critics by selecting dishes from a special pre-theater menu.
The server was quick and helpful, and it was a very relaxed atmosphere.Jennifer R., Yelp, 7/1/11
It had a casual/laid back atmosphere. Food was pretty good and the price was very reasonable!Catherine B., Yelp, 7/24/12
90% of 845 customers
“Good variety of food choices; friendly, helpful staff.”
“Upstairs dining room unisex bathrooms on first floor near bar they are often in use Food was very good service good”
“if you want a party atmosphere, dine in the garden, if you prefer intimate peace and quiet, go upstairs.”
254 W 23rd St
New York City, New York 10011