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About Mas (farmhouse)
A French-American restaurant located in the heart of New York City’s Greenwich Village and is a leading destination for seasonal cuisine. Chef/Owner Galen Zamarra, classically trained in France, and a James Beard Rising Star, is committed to the use of seasonal ingredients and organic provisions sourced from small local organic sustainable farming operations. Mas (farmhouse) offers a rustic chic farmhouse setting with an intricately designed menu that changes daily.
Since the opening in 2004, Mas (farmhouse) has received numerous accolades and is continually ranked in the “TOP” Zagat lists for food, service and décor.
The ever-changing menu is printed daily, tied with twine, and contains the finest ingredients sourced from small farmers and local fishermen.
New York, NY 10014
American, Contemporary American, French
Hours of Operation:
Bedford Street and Varick Street
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
A private parking garage is located on Seventh Avenue South and Morton Street. The garage is a mere two blocks from the restaurant.
The A, C, or E and B, D, F, and Q lines all stop at West 4th Street which is approximately three blocks from the restaurant. In addition, the 1 line stops at Houston Street and is one block from the restaurant.
Private Party Facilities:
The private dining room at Mas (farmhouse) is set off the main dining room and can seat a maximum of 24 people. For additional privacy the private dining room can be closed so as to shield private dining guests from other customers.
Private Party Contact:
Meghan Little: (212) 255-1790
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Mas (farmhouse) Ratings and Reviews
Been here numerous times. Good food and attentive service are the reasons to go here. Well run front room.
Wine list is expensive even by NY standards, but has a number of small lots from experienced producers. Other than a mix up on the starter cocktail, everything was excellently!
We've been to Mas (farmhouse) several times, had lamented what had seemed like a permanent closing, and rejoiced when it re-opened. The food is spectacularly, but elegantly, wonderful, always a beautiful blend of flavors, colors and textures, served with impeccable timing. Wines are excellent, and wine pairings suggested by the sommelier always interesting. In addition, it's very reasonably priced, given the very high quality of the dining experience. My favorite restaurant in New York, one of my favorites of all time
We found the whole experience intelligently and sensitively executed. I will come back at the next opportunity! The food is sophisticated and the service is the smartest in the city. Not overbearing, always anticipating what you might ask for, while remaining authentic/casual- the staff is not stiff and contrived but truly genuine. It made for a very relaxed atmosphere and through the whole night we felt we were being watched over , cared for. Highly recommend!
Absolutely perfect dining experience. The food is delicious without being overdone in terms of trying to find something too creative or too sophisticated. The food was incredibly flavorful and service was attentive. It's pricey, but worth it. The only part I would have skipped was the bottle of wine since they don't have many mid-tier options and the bottle was not exactly what I had wanted.
Sad to say the food was so salty! My partner sent his food back and I kept mine but both were overly salty.
Such a nice place it's a shame the food doesn't match the ambience. The yellow tail appetizer however was insanely delicious
Was so looking forward to this neighborhood gem re- opening. We live down the street and I wanted this to be more of a go to spot for us.
Second time there and sadly won't go back .
Half empty on Sunday night. A party of 8 at the prominent family table. Loud. Really loud.
As if they were in their own home. No regard for the other two tables. And not one word was
said to them about ruining the meals of others. So we had to confront them in a mild manner.
Sure, 8 raucous people will bring in more money than 3 quiet people that night, but in the long run...
Hands down one of the best dining experiences we have ever had. It was our anniversary and we were greeted with a congratulations. Dinner was divine. I did the four course tasting menu and he did a la carte. It was plenty of food and great wine suggestions from our waitress. Highly recommend the tasting menu as well as saving room for dessert. Bravo! We will be back.
I was rather disappointed with the menu and the food. Not as much selection as I would have expected, but more importantly this was certainly not the kind of quality you would expect from a high end restaurant like this. A particular chicken dish was ridiculously salty and my friend and I could barely eat it.
This was our third visit to Mas and it was, perhaps, even better than our previously wonderful dinners there. We had the 6-course tasting menu with wine pairings. The cooking is inventive and refined. And the Somelier was extraordinary--gave us a little wine education with each course. Excellent service all around.
not that easy to find for those of us from uptown wish it was closer to UES
liked that size was not overwhelming had chicken which was not half a bird as I am not a big eater serice was nice in that everybody seemed to help and not just the bus boy or waiter
overall my feeling was that I comfortable
This is a very unusual and special place. The food was creative and so was the way it is run. The testing menu allowed you to substitute anything (I believe) on the menu. The waitress was knowledgeable and thoughtful. The Sommelier pointed us to just what we were looking for at the right price. This is not the usual New York dinning out. They have something going here.
I’ve dined at Mas (Farmhouse) over the years and mourned their closing due to a fire (because Mas represents some of the most consistently fabulous food in New York City), but I’m so very happy it REOPENED during the summer of 2017 in the same charming space looking as perfect as before.
But what about the food? Extraordinary. Simply extraordinary. If you can, have the six-course tasting menu. Forget the menu you see online because a lot depends on what the chef works with today. Fresh ingredients are combined - not as an experiment - but as a master creation, course after course. Those of us who return, don’t do so for the same signature dish. We come back to be amazed.
Service: charming. Attentive. Casually elegant.
Drinks: great wine suggestions and they make the best Negroni I’ve ever had (which one would think would be an easy cocktail for most to make).
My husband and I had one of our first dates here, and we've always wanted to come back. We noticed they had reopened and were excited to return for our anniversary. The food was as good a we remembered it pre-fire, if not somewhat less ambitious. The dessert is nothing to write home about, but the service, wine pairings, and ambiance are really some of the best in all of NYC. Mas is fantastic and I'm very glad to see it has endured.
A gem in a neighborhood just off 6th Avenue. The food is awesome, service exceptional and not in your face but the best part was meeting Angela. A true treasure of MAS Farmhouse.
We've been living in NYC for over twenty-five years and we eat out a lot, mostly due to business. But MAS Farmhouse has to be one of the best restaurants in Manhattan. Full stop.
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