Bar Boulud offers three private dining rooms – Vigneron, Sommelier and Caviste – each with a wine-themed décor and access through the restaurant’s wine cellar. The rooms are available for private and business entertaining for up to 65 guests.View Private Dining Details
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Sun 8:30PM - 10:00PM
Mon - Tue 12:00PM - 1:00PM 1:15PM - 3:00PM 8:30PM - 10:00PM
A thoroughly delicious meal in very pleasant surroundings. Our previous meal at Bar Boulud was under the aegis of the late night menu, which is rather limited and disappointing. (A terrible hamburger, drowning in its own excess.) The regular menu is another story. The pâtés were superb, and both the coq au vin and the cassoulet were delicious. We're definitely returning--but not after 11:00 PM.
Granddaughter’s 19 th Birthday. We were treated fabulously. Can’t say enough good things about the food and service!
Great place for post opera meal. I had the duck, it was fantastic. Service was great, friendly staff and very helpful.
Great food and service. Outstanding wine list with well thought out selections. A real treat for our first visit. Well done!
Best decision for pre Ballet dining! The location is right across the street from the subway station and David H Koch Theatre so it's perfect. The food and drink was divine; Escargot was perfect, including the texture, I ordered the Duck a L'Orange to be prepared well done, and the "well done-ness" was en pointe. I wanted a good stiff drink and found perfection with the Vieux Carre which consists of Cognac, Rye Whisky and Sweet Vermouth. My friend and I visited NYC to pre celebrate our 40th Bdays and the meal at Bar Boulud followed by the Ballet was one of our special evenings. I told the staff this when I called to check on our reservation and were surprised with a complimentary dessert each, with a candle and a Happy Birthday wish! Outstanding food, service and atmosphere. Well done to all, and a giant Thank You for an evening to cherish!
Food was excellent and the high level of service for which you would return.
The Restaurant Week menu was imaginative and top-notch. Genuinely French and a good value.
However, the noise was so overwhelming that my husband refuses to go back again for dinner.
Maybe midday is quieter than Friday night after 8? We can't recommend to friends because most of our friends like to be able to talk to each other (not scream at each other).
Soup/salad was excellent;however, the main course and dessert were underwhelming.
Service by waitress seemed more abrupt than welcoming. They kept on pushing wine not on the wine list that they slyly did not mention the price was $25 glass...at least a third more than the highest price wine by the glass on the menu. This seemed deceptive. Buyer beware