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About North Square
North Square is committed to a long-standing Greenwich Village tradition: offering generous, and genuine, hospitality. We serve dinner every day in our dining room and separate, speak-easy lounge, lunch on weekdays, brunch on Saturday, and a Jazz Brunch every Sunday in the lounge. Our approach to seasonal American food draws inspiration from both world traditions and local ingredients, some sourced from our very own rooftop garden. Wine and spirit choices span the globe, with a thoughtful emphasis on American, and especially New York, selections.
New York, NY 10011
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast, Everyday: 7:30am-11:00am
Brunch, Saturday: 12:00pm-3:30pm, Sunday: 12:00pm-4:00pm
Lunch, Monday-Friday: 12:00pm-3:30pm
Dinner, Monday-Saturday: 5:30pm-10:30pm, Sunday: 5:30pm-10:00pm
Lounge, Monday-Saturday: 5:00pm-12:00am, Sunday: 5:00pm-11:30pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Jazz Brunch on Sundays
West 4th street - A,B,C,D,E,F trains
Christopher St. - 1/9 trains
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
North Square Ratings and Reviews
HUGE disappointment, and I’ve been wondering what to do. This was my third time since January 7, and I have another jazz brunch reservation for March 4. The first time was terrific in every way. The second time was ok with some problems. There were so many things wrong this past Sunday it’s too much to write here. It was just awful. I questioned one thing at the end, but got such a rude response I let it go. But now... What to do? I don’t want to abandon North Square. I hope someone from the restaurant management will reach out to me to make this better.
This restaurant provides a lovely array of food well prepared with lots of choices at a reasonable price for a good meal. The staff is lovely and accommodating, and the wine selection is good and reasonably priced. I recommend this for a special meal, or one where you want to spend a bunch of time talking to the person you came with.
Wonderful neighborhood gem, one of our "go-to" choices. It's a an increasingly rare pleasure to be able to carry on a conversation in a Manhattan restaurant without shouting. The lounge area is an attractive alternative to the main dining room. The sausage platter starter and lamb sliders are terrific and there is a nice selection of beers and wines by the glass.
We currently live in Chelsea BUT lived on Waverly Place for many years and never ate at NorthSquare. Go figure... This is a lovely quaint restaurant. We ate in the main section but there is also bar seating option, which offers tables in this area, you can choose when you book your reservation on OT. Both spaces have a very nice ambience. Food was nicely prepared. I had the pistachio crusted salmon and my wife had the chicken. NS was very accommodating as she is gluten and dairy free. The server was knowledgeable about the food preparation so that was extremely helpful to her decision making. We will return...
We went for the Jazz Brunch in the Lounge. The fixed price brunch ($20) is an outstanding value and the music is usually very good. Reservations are required as the space is small and usually sells out for the first seating at 12:30. It is a favorite place of mine and the jazz is wonderful.
Here's a restaurant where you can count on eating well and holding a conversation.
Whether you choose the three course special or a la carte you'll get beautifully presented
well prepared foods like the chopped salad, shrimp soup and in-market fish.
Rack of lamb and pan seared sea scallops were two good choices for us.
Lovely restaurant in Greenwich Village alongside Washington Sq Park. The lounge, where we never sat before, was very nice and in fact we might request that room in the future. Preparation of the fish dishes was excellent as were the desserts. Service, although the restaurant was busy, was attentive.
A group of friends get together for brunch here twice a year—we like the convenient location (is just down the block from large subway station), the warm ambiance of the space (especially pretty for the December holiday brunch, as the restaurant is nicely decorated), and the very reasonable prices (for Manhattan).
great food, neighborhood gem but no ambiance. The dining room could use an update, but then the prices would probably go up. My friend lives 2 blocks away and we couldn't believe we'd never been. It's a great place to go for food that is reasonably prices with really nice servers, and have a conversation with your friends. definitely recommend
Thanksgiving dinner was both lively and delicious. The quail appetizer was excellently tender and juicy, the scallops perfect as well. North Square doesn’t disappoint. Michael greeted us at the door like long lost relatives and we were delighted to have been recognized. This place deserves to stay around!
We reserved and specifically asked for the Jazz seating and we were happy with our experience. The meal was quite good and the cost was very reasonable at $20 Price fix for brunch. It included a mimosa and coffee or tea. $20 brunch and live jazz, can't beat that!
Once again, North Square provided a wonderful setting for a get-together with friends. The food was excellent, the ambiance also -- music muted in the background -- and the service was very good. North Square is a restaurant in which you can actually talk without screaming to be heard over the music and the noise of a crowd. I would recommend North Square to anyone who wants a really good meal, at a reasonable price, in a restaurant for grownups.
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