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About Saxon + Parole
Saxon + Parole, conceived by the award-winning AvroKO Hospitality Group and Executive Chef Brad Farmerie, creators of NoLIta's PUBLIC, brings a global approach to traditional grill fare, within a warm and inviting space on the Bowery. The 112-seat restaurant – named after two prize-winning, New York-bred racehorses – features rich design elements and modernist details, paying homage to the numerous horse stables that once populated Lower Manhattan. The menu explores traditional grill fare, with a focus on domestic meat and seafood, as well as seasonal and sustainable produce. Diners can expect a global twist in the seasoning, cooking methods, and ingredients – highlighted in dishes such as 28-day dry-aged NY strip steak with bone-marrow béarnaise, Heritage farms USA roasted pork rack with purple-potato salad, and roasted Atlantic cod with a tomato-caper broth, Manila clams, braised fennel, white beans and Tuscan kale
New York, NY 10012
American, Global, International, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Tuesday, 6:00pm - 10:00pm
Wednesday - Thursday, 6:00pm - 11:00pm
Friday - Saturday, 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Saturday - Sunday, 10:00am - 3:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
6 Train to Bleecker St
B/D/F/M Train to Broadway-Lafayette St or 2nd Ave
N/R Train to Price St
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Come celebrate the holiday season with us at Saxon + Parole. Now taking reservations for Christmas Eve dinner featuring a special Feast of the Seven Fishes menu for $85 excluding tax and tip. We also have a few seats available in both of our New Year's Eve seatings. Give us a ring and we'll be happy to set up your reservation.
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Saxon + Parole Ratings and Reviews
This place is an awesome restaurant with great food and vibes. I’ve gone here before on a date and also with a bunch of friends and it’s perfect for both occasions. It has an energetic and trendy feel with great decorations inside. The meats and cheeses are awesome and you can’t go wrong with almost any of their main courses. Some of the main dishes I’ve had are the lobster gnudi, pork chop, ribeye and also the duck. They are all top notch, this is my new go to spot.
The place was freezing. Waiter said heat wasn’t working. Great! next time please let us know before we sit down and order and when we ask you about it don’t pretend someone’s working on it until we finish our meal and then tell us that it’s not working.
Food was ok but the heat issue made the experience a bad one overall
Fabulous meal! Had friends visiting from Europe and were blowing away by the wine, innovative food and fabulous service. One guest is vegan, and the menu had many options to make the whole dinner very inclusive. It also wasn't so noisy that we had to yell to hear each other, which was great. Very positive experience and are looking forward to visiting again.
We went to Saxon & Parole specifically for their vegan Impossible Burger option. It did not disappoint and was the most amazing vegan burger we had both ever had. I could not recommend it highly enough- even meat eaters would love it! I had the limoncello martini, boyfriend had a regular martini. We left full and happy and our server was wonderful, I wish I remembered her name. She told us Saxon & Parole strives to welcome vegetarians and vegans with their menu options.
Saxon + Parole’s food was perfect. The seafood tower and the meat + cheese + pickles starter were divine. The special 40 oz. dry age ribeye was fantastic. However, while the creative drinks were tasty especially the fig smash, the wine was at best pedestrian and not properly updated with the wines presently in the cellar. After requesting the well sought out 2010 Alta Rioja, the waitress stated that they were out of it. The waitress told me that they had run out of that wine. I then requested the 2010 Mocali Brunello, and a 2012 was brought to the table instead. Again I was told that they were out of the 2010 vintage. There’s plenty of room to improve this fantastic restaurant’s pedestrian wine list. Moreover, an accurate depiction on the menu of the current wines in the cellar, is not only necessary but really mandatory. If I go back, because the food was truly fantastic, I will expect for the wine to match the gastronomic experience. This past weekend it did not.
Amazing experience all round, the Sunday brunch food was delicious - still thinking about that Mangalitsa Ham <3
The cocktails were great, as were the helpful, attentive and friendly staff. Can't wait to return on our next visit to NY and try out the DIY Bloody Mary Bar..
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