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About Perry St
Chef Jean-Georges brings relaxed elegance to the West Village with Perry St - awarded three stars by the New York Times.
Jean-Georges’ son, Cedric Vongerichten, helms the kitchen, creating dishes that reflect his own keen instinct for balancing flavor and texture with an exquisite blend of French, American, and Asian influences and ingredients. The menu is inspired by the season, centering on the local market at Union Square.
Please visit us http://www.perrystrestaurant.com for menus and more information.
New York, NY 10014
Contemporary American, French, Asian
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday-Friday 11:30am-3:00pm
Brunch: Saturday-Sunday 11:00am – 3:30pm
Dinner: Monday- Thursday, Sunday 5:30pm - 10:30pm
Dinner: Friday- Saturday 5:30pm- 11:30pm
$31 to $50
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Street Parking on Perry Street (not Monday and Thursday) or on West Side Highway (not Tuesday and Friday)
Garages: Corner of Greenwich and Perry Street /
Charles and Washington Street / 11th Street – between Washington and Greenwich St.
1,2,3 to 14th Street or 1 to Christopher Street (approximately 10 blocks walk from train)
Jean Georges Vongerichten
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Perry St can host parties for up to 20 guests in the dining room, and the full restaurant is available for large private functions for lunch or dinner. The space can accommodate up to 70 guests for seated events and up to 125 for cocktail receptions.
Perry St Ratings and Reviews
Table was not ready upon arrival.
After 20min wait we finally had a table.
Had to wait another 30min to order.
Food was pretty good but expensive for what it is.
Wine list is good but prices are insane. It’s more expensive than a wine list in 3 Michelin Star restaurant.
Ended up with a $600 bill for two people.
Will not go back.
Good spot for casual dining but watch out as the bill goes up very quickly.
Either stay casual and lower your prices or go fine dining and improve the food quality.
Ambiance: The two girls at the front/reception were very unfriendly and almost rude (no smile, it was like we were bothering them actually, both when we arrived and when we left the restaurant), fortunately our waitress was super nice and helpful. I would say it's a nice place for a date as all tables have their own privacy.
Food: The products used were of very good quality and the meals were very tasty. I took a fish for the restaurant week and the sauce was way too spicy to taste the fish or anything else. Except for that and the small portions it was good
Price: For the quality and the quantity, I am not sure I will return
Beautiful venue and quite elegant.. we went for Restaurant week, had a delightful meal. Delicious fish and amazing desserts prepare with three star elegance. Service was spotty... young waiter a bit distracted, and over poured wine so he emptied the bottle on first round... but the food and ambience made it a stand out experience
The mise en bouche (potatoe soup with truffles) had pepper, but no truffles. The vegetable appetizer was on the spicy side. The deserts were unremarkable. The main courses (short ribs and duck) were very good. We were (very politely indeed ..) rushed through the meal. Not a good value, considering the prices.
We went during restaurant week, and we did not get a break between each course. We felt being rushed through the whole dinner. Food is Ok, feel mass produced, plates were hot, but not food. The waiter chased us outside asking for the second credit card receipt whereas the whole bill was paid with one card, tips included too. Overall, service and food were only Ok for the price. Will not go back.
The restaurant week menu is very nice, but we felt rushed. We arrived 30 minutes early for our 630pm reservation and were seated immediately - which was really nice. Food was coming out before we were able to finish our courses.
We were finished with our meal by 715pm which is only 45mins later than our original reservation and the check was still left on the table before we finished our desert.
I am not a dessert eater as I find American desserts too decadent and unnecessary sweet. I tried the salted caramel ice cream and - WOW!! Delicious. I already expected the food to be divine and I was not let down. The dessert was indeed the delightful surprise. As I feel being in NYC-- finding a restaurant with excellent dishes in both taste and quality is not hard to find. Finding a restaurant that can deliver a dessert that is just as good as the meal is rare. Everything hit and ended on a perfect note.
We went to Perry St for the Reataurant Week and loved the experience. The menu was very good - we both had the Salmon Sashimi that was very yummy. Then I had the Short Ribs that we’re delicious while my husband had the Sea Bass and loved it.
Try the Whisky Buck cocktail!! Highly recommended!!
Lovely restaurant perfect for a business meeting. Restaurant week lunch menu was lovely and light —tuna tartare was delicious, and the roasted hake was well prepared but a touch over done—loved the cabbage leaf and the lightly spiced broth. Banana tarte was just the right portion size and the passion fruit ice cream was delicious —great service, well balanced and delicious Gruner. Overall, a lovely experience in a tranquil and elegant space.
I wish I can give 4.5 to 5 rating for the overall experience. The food have plenty depth of flavor and very tasty, inside ambiance is trendy with many vibrant crowd of people. Bar scene is lively with attentive service from mixologist when ordering drinks. What’s lacking is the wait staff/server and the front hosts service are too hasty, want you sit, eat and get out. Since this was booked for a friend birthday nigh-out, not once mentioned the occasion but hurry with the bills . This area of services need improvement.
LOVE LOVE LOVE! Did the taste of winter menu which is $36 for 3 courses at brunch. I had a squash soup which may have been the best soup of my life. The Lobster enter for surcharge was prepared beautifully and was rich and so delicious. My husband was thrilled with the steak tar tar and his dessert of passion fruit ice cream in a special shell. I have celebrated many birthdays at Perry Street and every year is better than the last. Stunning decor and excellent service. We had a truly wonderful experience.
Overall, the food and service were amazing. Everything was cooked perfectly and the service was seamless. Portions were the perfect size to complete and not feel too full. Only complaint was that for some unexplained reason, we were not served the amuse bouche or cookies that followed dessert, a detail we did not realize until the meal was over.
Das war die Perversion der NYC Restaurant Week und eine Unverschämtheit. Drei Gänge im Miniminiformat (alles in amuse geulle Grösse).
Und die homöopathische Dose an Flank Steak war auch noch kalt.
So wird die NYC Restaurant Week kaputt gemacht.
Merci beaucoup. C‘etait rien du tout!
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