Managing partner John Winterman, former longtime maître d’ at Daniel, welcomes you to a relaxed setting warmed by golden light and cozy banquettes. The wine list highlights the best of Burgundy; cocktails are expertly crafted.
Monday - Wednesday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm
Thursday - Saturday: 5.30pm - 10.30pm
A / E train to Canal. Exit onto West Broadway (south side of Canal Street). Walk one block south on West Broadway.
Enjoy Michelin-starred Modern European cuisine by Chef Markus Glocker in a beautiful Glen Coben-designed space with a rich history. In addition to a 3-star review from the New York Times, Bâtard also won the prestigious James Beard Award for “Best New Restaurant” in 2015.View Private Dining Details
Not mind blowing and a bit overpriced. Service wasn’t that great. Each time you ask for something you have a new waiter so they don’t well.
Service was wonderful food was special deserts delectable. Definitely a go to
Amazing food and wine! We went on a couples trip to NYC this weekend and had a fabulous meal at Batard. My husband and I are vegetarians and they had no trouble accommodating us. The wine selection was wonderful too, and there really was great value for such an upscale restaurant. I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a nice meal in Tribeca.
Dined at Batard for a joint birthday/anniversary celebration. So great that you can basically build your own tasting menu which also allows for a range of budgets to visit. I love that this restaurant changes parts of their menu almost daily to align with what is fresh and available seasonally! Food was great and the staff was fantastic. We were even treated to a quick kitchen tour. We will be back!
Wonderful meal on all counts. Will be back.
Bâtard was exceptional, the ambiance, the wine, the services and the food, oh lord THE FOOD!
Food was incredible.
There are so many great restos in NYC, but I wanted to revisit Batard. I have always loved this space: Montrachet, Corton, and Batard. The wine list was a draw. I say this, and at the same time I have to confess that I brought in 2002 Dominus. Reason was my guest wanted to try it, and I had it in my cellar. To me their list is all about the burgundies, though they have something of everything. Somm Eric helped me. He imparted a lot of knowledge, which I always love absorbing. Started with 375ml Krug. I had the cold foie gras and pork terrine - loved it. My guests could not indulge in much wine because they had to return to work. So moved into Dominus immediately. I intended to start with a red burg. I enjoyed the lobster, another had the duck, and the third has the schnitzel (not on menu but available in homage to the chef's Austrian roots). All delicious and each held up to the wine, which it would have been easy not to. Had the cheese course. My favorite was Van Trapp Oma raw cow's milk cheese from VT. My dessert was a glass of 2001 Guiraud sauternes, great vintage, and again delicious. Thank you Batard.
Amazing food and wine, would go back.
Perfect spot in Tribeca for excellent French inspired cusine
Burgundy options are broad, price point is reasonable.
Always a wonderful experience.
Outstanding food. Divine desserts.
Love this restaurant!
Amazing and new flavor combinations that worked perfectly! Fabulous!!
Order a quiet table for 5 to celebrate my father’s 80th birthday, on the phone they confirmed that it was not a problem. When we arrived, we were placed in a small table in the middle of the restaurant surrounded by the traffic from the waiters. It was extremely loud. Food was good, but with a very slow service. Not sure if I’ll come back, this is the 3rd time a similar situation happens.
The food at Batard was very good French cuisine. They have a free corkage fee on Monday’s to attract customers, I presume. I brought a 1998 Beaucastel rouge CDP. They didn’t ask if we wanted it decanted and fully poured the last bit into my glass when I wasn’t paying attention. I left that bit with all the sediment. The waiter was friendly but the attention to details was lacking. I would take away their star.
The wait staff was supremely knowledgeable about the dishes, and all of the preparations elevated the ingredients. We enjoyed the meal very much.
Excellent, imaginative food. in a spare but comfortable room. Somewhat misleading menu with three levels of fixed price dinners, but many with supplemental charges. Ridiculously expensive wine list. Wine by the glass here means a very short pour. The waitress was overly attentive, because she was constantly trying to upgrade the cost of our dinners.
Good French cuisine - I took the rabbit cassoulet and It was delicious. However I found the desserts too sweet and not very tasty. The space is very noisy. Quite expensive but which restaurant in nyc is not?
Nothing to write home about
The food and service were superb! One of our favorite restaurants in New York!
My husband and I had popped into Batard for a pre-dinner drink 2 years ago on another visit to NYC from DC. We loved the look of the space and the bar folk were so kind and engaging that when planning a trip around our 6th anniversary we knew where we wanted to dine. Batard exceeded our dreams with an affordable, inventive menu that delivered 4 completely different dishes, each perfectly executed. It was great to have a fabulous meal and remember what we ate! The wine list is comprehensive and the service spot-on. Thank you, Batard, for an anniversary we'll always remember!
Seriously a must visit on the NYC dining scene. I am a chef, and have had many amazing meals here!
took my dad to EMP (3 michelin, worlds 50 best list, etc. etc.) then to here... here preferred batard. Go go go!
Great service; beautiful and delicious food! We are from LA and would come back here on our next trip!
Great food. Technique driven enhances the product with a lot of finesse.
Food: quite good, not stellar. Noise: nearly unbearable. It was Monday...
My husband and I were celebrating our anniversary with a trip to NYC - we had come from the wild, wooly hinterlands of Texas and were in the process of being slayed with everything Manhattan. Batard fit right into our agenda (and expectations), as everything was chic, tingly and delicious. But not super surprising because it was recommended by my fabulous foodie author friend, Hannah Howard. My appetizer was sublime - beef tartare with crunchy, savory pistachios. My husband chose the carrots, which he adored. For our main courses, I reveled in the halibut with warm oranges as a garnish (who would have thought of this? Geniuses, I tell you!), while Laurence got the duck. Both were excellent. OH, I must mention the bread. Um, we had to ask for seconds of their little puffy rolls. Don't know the name, but OMG, as the teens say. For our finale, dessert, my husband selected his beloved sorbet and I chose the flourless coconut cake, also featuring a dollop of sorbet. I had to have a coffee, a cappuccino, so that topped off the entire event perfectly. The thing that was so wonderful was that the cuisine was nuanced with subtle flavors that later exploded on our palates. We kind of didn't see it coming. And what a treat. In sum, the presentation was more than just irresistible, satisfying and all-things-superb, it was edible art. I would come back to Batard in a heartbeat. Next up: working on a way to teleport ourselves from Dallas to Tribeca for dinner.
Wonderful experience. Superb food and service. Comfortably reserved noise level.
It was my daughter's 27th birthday. She wanted meat, her mother wanted French. Batard turned out to be a great fit for all. Interestingly, my daughter and I shared the Brune Landaise main course, which is a chicken cooked for two.
The service was very attentive without being overbearing. The vibe was relaxed.
Pricing was extremely reasonable. With the flexible prix fixe, we were all able to order freely and, including a few supplement added costs, the overall bill was very reasonable for the experience.
teeny tiny portions. tasty, but a person should be able to eat two courses for $60 and feel somewhat sated. not the case here, and I'm not a big eater.
Loved the Cheese selections! Different approach to a meal selection. FUN and GREAT food.
Great food, as always. Service way off kilter.
In a world that has been more focused on " the celebrity" this understated room and well thought out menu has been exquisitely excecuted. Each course and each bite was memorable and sensational. Thank you for a great evening
We decided to order the fixed 4 courses dinner and asked the waiter to bring what he considered the best. His choices were excellent. The dishes were worth of a Michelin Star and every one was an experience. I really recommend it for a special occasion in which you are not thinking too much about budget.
The food and particularly the wine (choose a Burgundy) were very good, as was the service. The place is a little noisy because of the acoustics.
Been here several times and all have been exceptional visits. I mainly come here for their duck which is always cooked to perfection.
The hamachi yellowfin is the perfect appetizer. Highly recommended.
The food was amazing, the staff attentive and the warmest hsopitality. I highly recommend it. Everything we ordered was well prepared and delicious!
Sensational and delicious. Worth the half hour travel time from midtown and can't wait to get back.
Food was awesome, service great and impeccable