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Pastis is a French bistro located in Manhattan's meatpacking district opened by Keith McNally. Executive Chef Pascal Le Seac'h prepares a menu that combines hearty Provençal dishes with moderately-priced bistro fare. The bar serves a range of house cocktails, wines by the glass, carafe or bottle, and several varieties of pastis, an anise-flavored aperitif from the south of France.
New York, NY 10014
Hours of Operation:
Pastis will be closed for renovations beginning in February 2014. We plan to reopen as soon as possible. In the meantime, we hope you'll enjoy one of our sister restaurants; Balthazar, Morandi, Minetta Tavern, Schiller's Liquor Bar and Lucky Strike.
Little West 12th St.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Hudson & Jane Street is closest lot.
A,C,E,L to 14th street-walk two blocks west to Ninth Avenue & two blocks south to Little West 12th. 1,9,2,3 to 14th Street at Seventh Avenue, walk three blocks west to Ninth Avenue & two blocks south to Little West 12th.
Pascal le Seac’h
Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Delivery, Full Bar, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Pastis Ratings and Reviews
Such a great meal at one of my favorite spots in the city. Service was excellent despite the fact they were closing just a day later for over a year hiatus! You would've had no idea based on the great attitudes. Food was outstanding as usual. Can't wait for the re opening already!
We celebrated my daughter's 16th birthday at Pastis. The ambience and food were wonderful; the waitress was personable and very helpful with our selections. Pastis was recommended to me by a colleague in Europe. I would certainly recommend it to my friends and colleagues.
Managed to make it to Pastis before it closed for work to be done on the building. Ambience and atmosphere was great - what you expect from a big, busy brunch venue on a sunny winter Sunday. I had heard about Pastis for years and when finally living in NYC, couldn't wait to go. Everything was definitely good but I must be honest that it probably didn't live up to the hype. A very good place for brunch though and I look forward to seeing what they do when they eventually reopen.
We were recommended this place by a friend who said we couldn't have our first trip to New York without experiencing this place! My god she was so right! This place is heavenly! Everything about it is fabulous, I could of sat for hours drinking coffee and soaking up the amazing atmosphere!
Food is glorious and service outstanding, our order came slightly late but the staff were onto it straight away and even gave us 2 free coffees which i thought was lovely!
I will be coming back to New York and this will be my first stop!!
As soon as we sat down for brunch our table had an issue in that it was not level and rocking. The service was not very attentive in that we had to wait for long periods without service. It took ages for us to order our food. There were plenty of staff but eye contact was not being made with customers.
I've eaten here a dozen times, yet this is the first time everything was not perfect. We had an early reservation and we were on time and had no problem getting our table. But, the wait time to order the amount of time it took to get the food and the quality of the food was all slightly below what I'm accustomed to at this amazing restaurant. It seems everybody knows that it's closing at the end of the month and there is an overall sadness in the air.
my most favorite restaurant in my most favorite city for my birthday! Flew in for the Super Bowl, called and got the last reservation for Friday 1-31-14. Couldn't be better...sat at the same table, in the same chair as Richard Sherman had just vacated! BEST Food, Bonnie was an AWESOME server, a little bobble at the bar with an Old Fashion that wasn't quite what my dinner partner liked, but quickly was made up with a terrific substitution cocktail. steak tartare, scallops and steak bearnaise for the table! Everyone LOVED it! Topped it off with a delicious cup of coffee before heading out to the Upper East Side to Celebrate my birthday! (The ONLY thing better would have been a birthday confectionery to share for the table!) Wonderful Time!
Had another great dinner at Pastis. Always consistent. Service left a bit to be desired this time. Waiter was rushed, too busy and spoke way too fast! But had a great cod dish and steak. Very good. Would recommend you just get wine by the carafe. We were encouraged to go for a bottle but everyone around us was doing the carafe thing and it's a lot cheaper.
I visited Pastis while in New York, having eaten at its sister restaurant Balthazar in London. I went by myself, and as a lone diner I found it very welcoming and relaxed. I had the fish special, which was outstanding. I'll definitely visit again when I'm next in New York.
I enjoyed the coffee, excellent service and the very nice Parisian Bistro style décor. I didn't like the Eggs Benedict. The eggs came undercooked with runny whites although I asked for medium and there wasn't any finesse to the sauce of the dish generally. I wouldn't order it here again. On the other hand my dining partner ordered a straightforward breakfast of fried eggs, home fried potatoes and a side of bacon and a side of sausage with toast. All delicious! Sides of meat were $6.00 each, a bit steep but very tasty. I will for sure go back to Pastis but order something else for breakfast next time.
Love this place, its casual, its comfortable, and yyou can alwasy count on a great experience. I travel to NYC for business and always make this a "must" - recommend the onion soup, just because its the best ever! But, really you can't go wrong with anything on menu. This last visit we had 5 at our table and there was a very large group in the same area, no problem! We felt like we were eating at someone's home, they take care of you like its home. Nice.
What a lovely gem in the Meat Packing District of New York. It reminded me very much of French restaurants. We enjoyed a basket of pastries and 1 croque monsieur. It was more than enough for 2 diners. The place is bustling for breakfast. Make reservations early if you know you will be in NYC within a week.
My friend and I from Texas, looked forward to lunch at Pastis after our Saturday in Chelsea, looking at art. We were not disappointed! We'd seen our art in Chelsea, then we took in the High Line, another fun thing, then we found our way to Pastis. We were seated promptly, right at the time of our 3:00 PM reservation, and (though being very chronologically-gifted ladies) were treated very nicely by all the staff. It was so much fun to look around to see what was going on, who our fellow diners were, and how pleasant the atmosphere was. We ordered drinks and lunch, each enjoying steak-frites - much more than humans should consume, and concluded that we would love to come back to Pastis.
Pastis is the classic MPD scene, day or night and the food is always spot on. This time we met friends for lunch, have been for dinner, have been for drinks, have been for brunch. Inside or out this is after all these years (was the first "PLACE" in MPD) it's still a place to see, be seen and enjoy.
A great New York find - cool, intimate and upbeat, well appointed interior and perfectly, flattering lighting. Servers were accommodating, food divinely, delectably French, wine list all you could desire & ba artender who demonstrated he knew his way around a martini*. Have already highly recommended Pastis to my pals. *Suggest sending this year's Bond, Daniel Craig, a special invitation to try the orgasmic Onion Soup Gratinee, Steak Frites and Vesper martini - Absolutely Brilliant!
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