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We went out for a walk with the idea of having a nice meal 1/2 way through.
I actually searched for restaus that were approx 2 miles from home so we could do a nice total of 4 miles.
This was at the 2 mile mark....and if course I'd read about it 1000 times.
It was early, 5 ish, so we plopped down at one of the very comfortably stooled bar tables.
We started with welcoming bar keeps.
Great and friendly reccos for yummy drinks.
Expertly mixed imaginative cocktails.
More reccos for a layered dinner.
More excellent and friendly table service.
Super comfy bar table chairs with upholstered backs.
Did I mention the non rushed yet expert table service?
Divinely perfect little romantic early Sunday cocktails and dinner.
MY new fave spot.
Lovely place in a great spot with attentive and gracious service. Often disappointed with the food -- last time what might in theory have been okay was oversalted. Sorry.
Delicious food and excellent service.
For whatever reason this Saturday and it is not normally the case, there was a lot of groups with small noise, ill mannered little children. We are regulars here -and this was outside the norm.
Great food and service, close by and lovely. Will be back again and again.
This place is simply overpriced for the portion of food you get. Would not recommend as there are many better places in the area that actually serve delicious food for a fair price. 29 dollar for simple ravioli is crazy.
The general manager was incredible. no other words. she turned what was starting as a less than ideal experience into one we wont ever forget. the food was amazing the services was perfect. We will definitely do going back.
This was our 3rd Thanksgiving at Little Park. We choose to come back every year because the family style service is so thoughtfully prepared. An elevated version of the best of a home-cooked Thanksgiving - served by a friendly professional service team with a passion for customer service. And no dishes!!!
It was my mom’s first thanksgiving meal experience and she LOVED it.
We did the prix fixe with wine pairing. Though I thought it was a little too pricey, the value was outstanding.
The food was so tasty and the servers were so nice and even the wine pairing was so good.
I’ll defintely go back to Little Park if I ever get to spend Thanksgiving in NYC again.
Went there with framily 🤓 for thanksgiving dinner - loved it! Would go back. My only wish is for more potato based dishes and old school Parker house rolls instead of multigrain bread! 👍🏽
It was a very disappointing experience. After waiting more than 15 minutes to receive our drink order while seated at a high top by the bar, and not once seeing our waitress, I flagged a host. Our drinks were never ordered. Ok fine mistakes happen. We soon get our drinks and since we had ordered I ask the waitress to pause our first course. She agrees and then our food is delivered three minutes later. And two of the drinks were wrong. The appetizers were generally very good but nothing that was fantastic. We order a bottle of wine for our main course. The main course is delivered and while again they were decent, nothing really shined. And the plates were mostly quite small. But again the service fails. We get our wine after having finished our dishes. Ok well let's get the cheese course to have with our wine along with a dessert. The five cheese course is quite frankly terrible. It tasted of refrigerator and was too cold. And there was no explanation of what was on the plate. And of course there is another problem with the one dessert ordered. In general, the service seemed completely uninterested in providing service.
Great place for meal or drink downtown. Farm to table menu and creative presentation. Luxury hotel lobby next door.
Never thought I would order a grilled cheese at a restaurant, but I did, and it was well worth it. The carrot soup it came with had a light delicate flavor, complimenting the dish perfectly. The space itself is nice and open, not too quiet, not too loud, perfect for a light hangover. Would definitely recommend!
We had a lovely brunch at Little Park! Our table ordered the French Toast, the Pork Belly, and the Grilled Cheese Sandwich. All three were amazing!
$5 for a small ice tea and no free refills. That pretty much sums it up for this place. While the ambience, service and food are good this place is totally overpriced. Entrees are expensive and serving sizes are very small. There are better options in TriBeCa.
Our party was late, but the staff was flexible and sat us when everyone arrived, which was much appreciated. The appetizers were great, but the main dishes, while good, paled a bit in comparison.
Super disappointing all around, from incoming to leaving experience.
Food was excellent; wine program was great; the restaurant itself was quite well-appointed, stylish, and comfortable. But service was a serious flaw. Our 8pm Saturday reservation might as well have been treated like a walk-in, and, after a solid start with our captain, things went a bit off the rails on the service front. By the end of the night we were completely forgotten about -- in a largely empty dining room! -- for a cringe-inducingly long time, before a slight recovery from our captain that probably kept this review from being truly negative. Overall, I was expecting much more, from working in the industry, frequenting other restaurants in the group, and hearing strong praise about Little Park from trusted friends and pros. We live locally, dine out frequently at equal and better restaurants, and are super loyal when we are treated well. That wasn't the case here. I wish I could recommend Little Park to a friend, but I just don't think I'd take that risk. Hospitality isn't just something you gloss over. And especially not in a world of nearly infinite choice at that price range.
the food has always been outstanding. Unfortunately our party of 4 was close to the door of AKA, the hotel, & that door was opening & rarely closing during our meal. This meant gusts of cold air, & one of us jumping up to close the door, innumerable times.
The service was slow and particularly un-attentive. The restaurant was about 20% full and servers were standing around and we waited 20 minutes to get bread. We were close to walking out. The food was ok, but while it was creative the pairing of cold vegetables with warm fish seemed nonsensical. We will not be coming back and that's too bad because we are locals.
Great food! Very nice service and I appreciate their attention to detail. They even comped a glass of wine because it as late to our table. Really outstanding commitment to customers and super tasty food.
Great food especially the off the menu dessert!
Love the atmosphere! We stayed at the Beekman and ate here for dinner on a Saturday night. Our server was great (forget his name). We had scallops and some salads to start. Would recommend for a date night or something special.
I was unbelievably disappointed as I had been here a week earlier and had a great experience. 1- We expressed that our guest had a nut allergy yet the server didn't correct us when we unintentionally ordered dishes without nuts. 2- After making a big deal about such, we asked for a recommendation. The server recommended the chestnut past - he wasn't joking. 3- everything was cold 4- they forgot to serve one of the dishes we order 5- we asked for a refill on our drinks at 10:45pm and were told that the bar is closed. No one ever came by for "last call" and we were out celebrating our engagement with friends on a Saturday night in NYC. AVOID, AVOID, AVOID!
Best brussel sprouts in the city! Great experience!
The server was rude and pretentious. Food had potential but was cold.
Overall : Very good food in good casual atmosphere. Reasonable prices. Good service. Very good place to dine in when the dining group has a mixture of Vegetarian & Meat & Seafood eaters. Among the “Starters : Kampachi crudo, Crispy Brussels sprouts and Kohlrabi were very good. Among the “Mains” : Spaghetti with mushrooms and Rainbow trout were very good. Chocolate peanut bar with ice cream and Strawberry shortcake with sorbet were very good as desserts.
Everything we ordered was delicious. We tried to eat everything on the menu!
Good food and decent place for a business dinner when you want something other than a steakhouse.
The food was terrible and the service worse. A real disappointment
Cute place for a nice lunch - has a good selection of vegetarian food as well.
Desert needs work. Food was very good other than deserts which were very average
Little Park continues to be such a gem. The food is so delicious and inventive, without being pretentious or overly complicated. There were four of us, and every person loved every dish. Vegetables continue to be a specialty, but my pork was outstanding. The restaurant is also so pretty and calming, from the lighting, to the lovely floor, to the muted colors of the dishes. So many times a fancy meal in NYC feels overwhelming. This feels just right.
Nice neighborhood restaurant. The crude was delicious. The Brussel sprouts were interesting and really good. Service was excellent.
Unexpected find on a Saturday night in TriBeCa. Loved the short menu. Our party of 5 shared some sides as appetizers and each had a different entree. The wines by the bottle selection includes many reasonably priced choices.
Wow, this place was a completely wonderful surprise! We were looking for a new restaurant to try in the neighborhood and saw this had great reviews. It was perfect. A lot of times we go to a NYC restaurant and the food is great but the service is lacking or the noise level is so high you can’t hear your dinner companion. But Little Park checked all the boxes. They’ve done a great job with the acoustics which made it a pleasure to be there. The servers were all incredibly attentive, and the food was inventive, aesthetic, and delicious. I recommend the melon gazpacho, diver scallops, and the chocolate peanut butter bar for dessert - it’s delightful! We plan to return many times!
Excellent innovative menu lived up to expectations and was matched by warm, informed and not overly intrusive waitstaff. Lovely, conversation-friendly room added to a good evening catching-up with friends. Bonus was that when we told our waiter that the dessert was good but would have been much better warm, he admitted that it was supposed to be warm and removed the charge from our bill. (He also explained that a chef visiting from a sister restaurant didn't know that the dessert was supposed to be warm.) This was our second meal here in less than 6 months and we will be back.
Always delicious and creative!
Beautiful place, lovely people - delicious food. Thank you!