Flora Bar
Artful space for eclectic fare
Seafood · East 70s · $$$
Estela’s Ignacio Mattos and Thomas Carter are behind this Upper East Side eatery in the Met Breuer (with a street entrance as well), serving a seafood-focused eclectic menu matched with boutique wines. Furnished with black banquettes, a marble bar and modernist accents, such as rows of circular ceiling lights, the lofty space is adjoined by Flora Coffee for daytime drinks and snacks.
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hours Open Today · 11:30 AM - 9:00 PM
11:30 AM - 10:00 PM
11:30 AM - 10:00 PM
11:30 AM - 10:00 PM
11:30 AM - 11:00 PM
11:30 AM - 11:00 PM
11:30 AM - 9:00 PM
location 945 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10021, USA phone +1 646-558-5383 website florabarnyc.com directions Get Directions
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This bar is super cute and rustic, the atmosphere is very inviting and a great place to hang out. It was my first time but the burger did not disappoint, good size and very tasty, the fries were crispy but soft. Had a couple of beers with some friends and stayed for dessert as well. Will come back for sure on my next trip.
Cassandra Macdonald · March 7, 2018
Classy, high-end, and within a college student's budget at least one in their life. The atmosphere is beautiful and cozy, with an excellent bar, and an option in the menu for everyone. Don't expect to be full, but in this case, quality makes up for the lack of quantity.
Salma Belakbir · March 1, 2018
I went to the Met Breuer with a friend last Saturday and then ate at Flora Bar. We both ordered the very expensive burgers. While we were eating, we noticed that our lettuce was not washed properly (see attached picture). I'm not one to be loud and make a scene in a restaurant, therefore I discreetly (too discreetly?) let the waitress know that both our lettuce was not properly washed. She asked: "what would you like me to do?" I was so surprised by her question that I didn't answer. I saw that she talked to another woman that I assumed was a manager. Nobody came to our table to fix the problem. We finished eating. We didn't order dessert, just coffee. At the end of our meal, the waitress came back and said, while giving us the check: "I'm sorry that the lettuce wasn't washed properly but you know, it happens. As an apology, we took out the coffees from your bill." We were shocked by the treatment of the situation. We're both French but I've been living in New York for 11 years. Could it be that they thought that we were tourists and therefore not potential returning customers?
Edith Boncompain · February 1, 2018