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Balthazar is a traditional French Brasserie with a bustling railway station atmosphere. Our kitchen serves a variety of meat and poultry dishes including: Duck Shepherds Pie, Roasted Chicken and Steak Frites. Balthazar specializes in seafood with an array of fish entrees and a complete raw oyster and shellfish bar.
New York, NY 10012
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 7:30am - 11:30am
Continental Breakfast: Saturday - Sunday: 8:00am - 9am
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 12:00pm - 4:30pm
Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 5:30pm-12:00am, Sunday 5:30pm- 11pm,
Late Supper: Friday - Saturday: 12:00am - 1:00am, Sunday: 11:00pm - 12:00am
Saturday and Sunday Brunch: 9am - 4:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Parking garage on Prince & Crosby.
Take the R or W to Prince Street, walk one block south to Spring & one block east to Crosby. Or take the 6 to Spring Street & walk one block west to Crosby. You can also take the F or V to Broadway/ Lafayette & walk two blocks south on Broadway & make a left on Spring.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Balthazar Ratings and Reviews
Service at this establishment is incredible. The pastries are good, but I found the rest of our food to be overhyped.
We ordered waffles, brioche french toast, avocado poached eggs ,and eggs benedict. We also got the sticky bun, almond croissant, and apple tart. Decent, but nothing extraordinary (with the exception of the sticky bun, so good!). Cool decor, excellent service, but food was lacklustre.
Este ha sido uno de nuestros restaurantes favoritos, lo visitamos siempre que estamos en la ciudad.
Esta vez la experiencia fue muy mala, uno de los platos tenía varios pelos y cuando nos quejamos la repuesta del restaurante no fue lo esperado.
Creo que no vamos a volver.
The best authentic french restaurant in the city with an amazing service. Went the table we wanted was not ravailabke and the host saw that we were not comfortable, he made us move to the perfect table. This is our favorite place for breakfast, lunch and dinner
As always Balthazar's food quality, service and ambiance is hard to beat. It is the first stop of any restaurant when we arrive in NYC! If you have a chance read Reggie Nadelson's book on the history of Balthazar. It is a great read and lots of fun! We'll most definitely be back.
It was my first time at Balthazar. Very nice staff, polite and friendly. The table was ready on time. Until we got the table, we were at the bar. The restaurant was packed but all the meals arrived on time. My husband had the steak and he loved it. I had the half lobster from the raw bar and oysters. All were great! Strongly recommend this place. Parking can be an issue, it’s on a very busy street. It’s an expensive restaurant but it’s worth it.
Overall it was good, but was placed back in a corner! It was a special occasion and we really wanted to experience the ambiance of the restaurant. It’s a bit lost back in a corner. Made reservations a week ahead of coming to NY. Our waitress was really sweet. Food was really great!
Finally made it in for more than just a pastry in the morning. The food was traditional French bistro, and very solid. It was a bit pricy, but it is NYC. The high point of our evening though was our waiter Antonio. He was speaking Spanish with the couple to our right, French with the couple to our left, and Italian with us. Oh, and they were all as spot-on as his English. Not bad for a guy born in Portugal!!! He also made some great recommendations on food and wine pairings. Needles to say, we will be back, and will be requesting his section.
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