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.