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Peasant is a modern restaurant using century old traditions of cooking with fire. The cuisine is rustic Italian from all regions with concentration on the freshness and purity of the food.
New York, NY 10012
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday 6:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m., Friday & Saturday: 6:00pm - 11:30pm, Holidays: Closed
Please note: We will be closed on Sundays during July and August. We will be open on Sundays from 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. beginning in September.
Spring and Prince
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
6 Train to Spring
B,D,F,M to Broadway/LaFayette
N,R to Prince
Private Party Facilities:
Can fill entire restaurant.
Private Party Contact:
Dulanea Benson: (212) 965-9511
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Wheelchair Access
Peasant Ratings and Reviews
We found this restaurant on a whim and decided to make a reservation last minute.. There is no disappointment at Peasant. From the moment we walked through the door everything was delightful. We were early for dinner and greeted with pleasure... we had a couple drinks at the bar.. Bartender was one of the best in the restaurant business. All of the staff were attentive and hospitable. The meal was that of greatness, melt in your mouth type of dinner, so tasty and delicious. We will definitely be returning for another visit.
Service was lovely. Food was incredibly average esp for the price. Razor clam app was chewy and terrible, rabbit lasagna was way too rich and had very little pieces of rabbit, the skate was almost tasteless. Will never ever go again - too bad bc it’s a beautiful space
second time at Peasant. Food is always very good. Service this time was a little slow given the place was not busy when we arrived.
One bad thing was the wood stove was throwing off a lot of smoke to the point were we left quite quickly to get some fresh air. Last time it was not an issue so maybe a one-time thing.
Warm, friendly place.
The dishes we had were excellently prepared, tasty, and pretty sophisticated for a place called "Peasant." The service was superb; they seem to have a large and well-managed service staff. The room is noisy and the two-tops are close together so be prepared for buzz.
The food was wonderful as always. I did have to wait 40 mins past my reservation time to be seated. Apparently, it was do to a large party that started late, pushing back other reservations. That’s ok but I expected that they would have at least comped my drinks at the bar while we waited.
It was raining and anyone in nyc knows that means people are going to be late. Restaurant was half empty and we bought drinks at the bar bc they wouldn’t seat us until everyone was there. Hostess hovered annoyingly over us and when the last two arrived would not even let us greet them , very rudely said we need to go to the table NOW. Then we sit, adjacent to kitchen, and order more wine and meals. Everything was ok until the PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT showed up and shut the kitchen down between our starter and main course. Routine check, ok but no one said a thing to ya while we waiting 45 minutes more for entrees. I had to go Thrace down the manager for any acknowledgement of the situation. They gave us free dessert but the whole thing took FOUR HOURS. Do not eat here. Even if it’s the only reservation you can get. Food was average.
We had eaten a Peasant a number of years ago and we haven't returned for a reason I don't recall. Perhaps because NYC has so many good Italian restaurants.... Very crowded entrance area, yet we were seated immediately, lovely lighting but an incredibly hard banquette. Dining room filled but the vibe was good. We order polpi whenever we can and so we did at Peasant, but it was the worst we have ever had and I would warn anyone to avoid it. It was so tough and chewy that it was inedible. Otherwise, we were more than pleased. The bread is delicious, as were the lasagna coniglio and the paccheri con cinghiale. Cocktails and wine by the glass were fine. We would return, but with caveats.
The Truffle Risotto - molto bene!
Pricey but definitely worth tasting.
Best dish of the night was the Dry Aged
T bone steak shared with the Veal Ragu,Bone Marrow. The drink menu needs a little love but other than that it was a cute place to have dinner and we were all content with our meals
My boyfriend and I came here for a romantic date night. The wait staff was great, always there to help clear an empty plate and our waiter was very helpful in telling us about portion sizes and menu specials. We ended up ordering the pig's head, which, if you are an adventurous eater, is 100% worth it. Overall I was extremely happy and can't wait for us to come back again.
The suckling pig, a specialty that you have to reserve in advance, was bland and unappealing, the meat under-seasoned (e.g. a tiny touch of thyme came through but not enough to do what it should) and the seared suckling pig rib on top had eye appeal but seemed to have been coating with some "searing mixture" that had a artificial taste to it. The apple pie was pushed: "We use lady apples, you know what lady apples are, and we carmelize...." etc. etc. Well, the apple part of the pie was mush, sort of like apple sauce mixed with flour, and the crust which, again, had eye appeal had shortening flavor that wasn't tasty instead of being a buttery crust. It's an appealing looking place with a big open kitchen --NYC Italian Peasant -- but the food is disappointing. No re0do here.
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