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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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From intimate dinners for 10 to blow-out bashes for 350, we can accommodate a variety of social and corporate affairs, all completely customized to suit your needs.
Saxon + Parole Ratings and Reviews
Saxon & Parole is a cool, vibrant spot close to Soho & Noho. My vodka gimlet was excellent, as well as my Muscadet. The food was fabulous! It's a very neat space with a very fun vibe. Their music playlist was amazing!
Can't wait to dine here again. Thanks to Saxon & Parole for a wonderful New York dining experience! The pic is a selfie that our mixologists took, they were the best!
We had the duck and the salmon - both were amazing; perfectly cooked and flavorful! Our server was knowledgeable and quick to offer suggestions. The Baked Alaska was the icing on the cake! It was a little noisy only because of some guests enjoying their Halloween festivities but everything else made up for it. I would recommend this restaurant!
Our steak arrived over cooked and our server was not as attentive as she should have been. Perhaps this is because we were downstairs. It took a long time for the kitchen to replace the food and it should never have been delivered so well done when we asked for Medium rare. It was a problem as 4 people out of our 6 were sharing this ribeye
Fit for foodies, Chef Nicole knocks it out of the park with some of the most creative and amazing food I've ever eaten! The foie gras brûlée works was unbelievable and her version of s'mores is nothing like you ever had around a campfire! Can't wait to go back!
I got lucky no was able to walk in on a holiday weekend when a lot of people are away out of town - a place I've always want to check out. Now I know why it's always packed! Great cocktails and top shelf liquor selection with creative dishes, burrata with truffles, and watermelon salad and the gnudi were amazing.
Came for dinner with my boyfriend and had nice experience. Our waiter was extremely thoughtful and friendly. A few hiccups in service (slow water re-fills, missing spoons). Outdoor seating is a little too slanted for comfort.
As a vegan/vegetarian we were pleased with the accommodations of the kitchen and had a for-the-most-part lovely meal of fresh, seasonal ingredients. Awesome corn soup. AMAZING brussel sprout salad. The much acclaimed Impossible Burger left a little more to be desired with the bun being a bit too dry/hard, especially when paired with the "meat". Still a positive experience overall though.
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