31 Great Jones
New York, NY 10012Neighborhood:
AmericanPrice: $30 and under
- Dining Style: Casual Elegant
- Website: http://www.vicsnewyork.com/
- Phone: 2122535700x
- Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Saturday - 5:30pm-11:00pm, Sunday - 5:30pm-10:00pm
- Payment Options: AMEX,Diners Club,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: American, Mediterranean
- Executive Chef: Marc Meyer
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Bar Dining, Beer, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Wheelchair Access, Wine
- Private Party Facilities: For your next special occasion or event we offer semi-private dining for 18-30 guests under skylight.
- Private Party Contact: Joe Corns 8775787211
A word from Vic's
In October 2014, partners Victoria Freeman, Marc Meyer and Chris Paraskevaides (Cookshop, Hundred Acres) introduce diners to Vic's on Great Jones Street in NoHo. Vic's resides in the re-imagined former space of Five Points, the Mediterranean restaurant that Freeman, Meyer and Paraskevaides opened together in 1999. After 15 years, the restaurateurs decided to renovate the space and the result--Vic's--is an entirely new establishment. Chef Hillary Sterling (A Voce, Lupa) presides over Vic's locally sourced Italian-Mediterranean dishes, including house made pastas and pizzas (made with New York State flour) and market-driven plates of antipasti and entrées. Vic's is open 7-days a week for dinner from 5:30-midnight.Continued
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Vic's reviews from OpenTable diners
11 reviews since July 2, 2014
- Ambiance3.9Noise LevelModerate
neighborhood gem (7)fit for foodies (5)good for groups (4)great for brunch (3)hot spot (3)romantic (2)vibrant bar scene (2)kid-friendly (1)great for lunch (1)special occasion (1)notable wine list (1)late-night find (1)great for outdoor dining (0)Show More
- vicsOpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 10/27/2014restaurant recently opened. very friendly service. design open. good views. tables well spaced for comfort and conversation. very good foodSpecial Features:
- New Kid on the BlockMargieBVIPDined on 10/27/2014Vic's, which recently opened on Great Jones Street replacing 5 Points, has the same ownership and a slightly different slant on the menu. Featured are excellent pizzas with inventive toppings, pastas, a variety of vegetable-based appetizers and a several entrees. There are beers on tap, a long, welcoming bar at the entrance and numerous extremely helpful servers. Convenient to the Public Theater, Vic's is a good choice for a quick meal or more leisurely dining.Special Features:
- AWESOME PLACE!OpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 10/26/2014This place nailed it. Friendly service from the moment we walked in. We had some great cocktails, I suggest the spiked plum drink. Food is relatively inexpensive for the portion sizes. Had a great time sitting in one of their wooden bench type booths. Cool scene, amazing pastas, and delicious selections of wines to go with it. Finished our meal with some grappa I had never heard of too. Will return!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Unappealing menuOpenTable Diner Since 2011VIPDined on 10/25/2014Besides the varieties of pizzas, the menu is rather off-putting - ox tail for a main course - really? Then, the pizza isn't all that spectacular.
- DisappointingCandFVIPDined on 10/24/2014Was very excited about this place opening up. Sad to say that it was mediocre at best. Pastas were overly salty, pizzas were caked with flour. White wine we were served was room temperature.Special Features:
- DisappointedNynyerDined on 10/24/2014Five Points was one of my favorite restaurants, and it is disappointing that it has been replaced by this rather ordinary place. The food was good, not inspired. Our waiter was nice but clueless. They charged $3 for a few pieces of bread and a dip that should have been complimentary. Little things like that - nothing to nosh on while waiting for your order, no tablecloths on ugly tables, having to ask for our wine to be kept chilled instead of just left in the table, took away from the experience, but it was more than that - the place is just ordinary, whereas Five Points was something really special. It's unfortunate for Vic's that it will be compared to Five Points because of its location, but it will, and it doesn't measure up.
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