On the Lower East Side of New York City tucked away at the end of an alley is Freemans Restaurant. The unlikely location only adds to the charm of this colonial style tavern featuring traditional American cuisine with simple and rustic themes. Guests at Freemans are treated to an Old World d�cor complete with dark wood features and mounted antlers.
Open daily for lunch, cocktail hour and dinner, Freemans is a go to spot for a unique and casual dining experience. The menu changes seasonally to provide a fresh experience on every visit. Starter options include maple glazed pork belly and the soup of the day. For the mains, try lamb shepherd�s pie or five cheese macaroni.
I have eaten here a few times, all for brunch. If you get there at the right time there is little or no wait. Brunch menu isn't huge but we enjoyed everything we ordered.
Great food and service. Definitely recommend.
Breakfast sandwich & eggs bacon & potatoes were good. My husband had an egg white omelet that was undercooked--had that slimy, yucky goo in top--ick. The service was excellent though. The place was crowded and while eclectic, not sure I'd rush back. It was OK, but there are a lot of interesting places in NYC
I was treating some guests to a wedding luncheon. A girl called me to confirm my reservation. I told her, "Yes we will be attending. My partner and I are getting married and might be there sooner, is that ok?" Her response: "Uh no. We're booked. Do you still want to keep your reservation?" No "congratulations" no other explanation just "no. We're booked." I really should have taken my friends someplace else. The server was not pleasant at all. Just not the experience I hoped for.
I think our waiter was somewhat "over-attentive", but I put it down to a desire to please. Overall though, a pleasant way to spend lunch.
A relaxed, friendly dining experience with delicious food served promptly.
The ambience is wonderful but the food was too healthy and veggie for my taste.
We loved our brunch here! It's tucked away in an alley so we felt very local being able to find it. The atmosphere was so cozy and quirky. It felt like I was eating in Library in Hogsmeade. Would definitely recommend!
Hopefully, we just caught the chef on a bad lunch shift. The food was mediocre at best, despite the fact that I asked the waitress what would be the best thing to get. I even let her know that I run a good blog, and it was still meh.
Ambiance is fantastic. I'll go back on someone else's dime and try again.
Secret gem in New York. I've been here couple times and everytime was amazing . I would highly recommend.