dinnertable
Permanently Closed
Intimate Japanese eatery inside a bar
Japanese · East Village · $$
Hidden inside The Garret East bar behind a doorbell entrance, this East Village supper spot offers a Japanese-leaning menu with French and Caribbean twists complemented by an eclectic cocktail list. The tiny space has a communal table flanked by Windsor chairs, plus hanging plants and quirky artwork throughout.
Tuesday
5:30 PM - 11:00 PM
Wednesday
5:30 PM - 11:00 PM
Thursday
5:30 PM - 11:30 PM
Friday
5:30 PM - 11:30 PM
Saturday
11:30 AM - 11:30 PM
location 206 Avenue A, New York, NY 10009, USA website www.dinnertable.nyc directions Get Directions
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Google Reviews
4.8
(45)
A hidden restaurant with excellent food! What more could you want? The drink selection is also amazing. Their food is mainly a line of seafood with some meat and poultry as well. The pork and clams are an excellent and filling choice if you are looking for something to keep you full all night! The service is also fast and friendly!
Stephanie Yeow · January 20, 2018
Such a cozy setting for this speakeasy style restaurant. We felt like we were eating at somebody's place. Service was fantastic and the waiters were fun and knowledgeable. The Japanese fusion menu had just the right amount of selections. Loved the fatty tartar, the arancini-style uni balls, the pickled market vegetables. Cocktail was a bit flat though.
Olivier Manhattan · January 20, 2018
18-seater "prohibition" style restaurant. Reservations necessary. Modern Japanese/fusion meals, all the seafood dishes were a standout. A little disappointed that the wine we ordered was not available, and we were unknowingly (until the bill came) given a substitute at a higher cost.
Monique Woods · February 11, 2018