The Loyal's menu is designed for comfort and indulgence, elevated by John Fraser’s signature technique and passion for seasonal produce. Dishes are seasonal, shareable and highly flavorful. The menu changes seasonally, but regulars know they can depend on finding favorites like the ½ pound Piedmontese burger with it’s famous 22-step tomato, decadent Sundae Set & Candy shop and late night fried chicken sandwich year-round.
The restaurant was closed and did not notify us that they would not honor our reservation, unlike Babbo, which did call us.
The Food was delish loved the French toast and the bene on a latka was so unique and incredible! Will definitely be back - @the_halally
What a great spot for a birthday
The ambiance and food were good, but the portions were laughably small, especially the pastas. Each person had to order a second pasta (even with an app). Unfortunately paying$50 for a bowl of cacio e pepe is just too much.
Great ambiance. The food was pretty good - a solid option for brunch in NYC. Attentive staff.
Lovely wait staff.
Belated Valentine’s Day dinner with my girlfriend. Had an awesome time.
Very good experience.
Nice ambiance, good service and very average food. Better alternatives in the area for dinner.
Really great night. Everything was incredible except the miso chicken. The pastas, octopus, and tots were fantastic. The chicken arrived and it was lukewarm borderline cold. We asked them to warm it up, which they did but it still could not get hot. I would definitely go back, just not get the chicken.
Wonderful food in charming atmosphere, with excellent service!
I must say the food was good. Not spectacular but good. It as a tad on the salty side. Our server was phenomenal. The service was attentive. I would go back just not right away.
Had to wait an hour for my table. Server forgot about our party at the bar. Once seated, wait staff only engaged with us twice (taking food order and clearing the table)
Food was good but definitely not worth a one hour wait.
Was hoping to find a good restaurant in the neighborhood, but unfortunately will not come back.
Only bright spot was the bartender. Personable guy.
I would go back for a drink at the bar (it looked lovely), but I was generally underwhelmed by the dining experience. The food felt overpriced, especially for the portion sizes (I'm looking at you, pastas). The markup on the wines by the bottle is way over industry standard. I liked the look of the room, but the white tablecloths, constantly-filled water glasses, and unnecessary replacement of small plates and utensils make it feel overly fancy when it's not. Basically there's some things not lining up when you consider the whole picture. The food was good, not amazing, although the rolls definitely get an A. With so many restaurants in NYC killing it across the board, The Loyal has some work to do to make itself a place I'd go back to again.
Very nice restaurant inside but food was overpriced for what it is and portions are tiny. There are many better options in the west village.
Came here for dinner with my husband and in-laws to celebrate my husband’s birthday. Food and service were excellent.
My husband celebrated his birthday there and it was a great spot. Lively but not where we felt jostled or couldnt hear each other
Bring back the monkey bread!
Great service and food
Went for Dinner, Saturday 9:30. Wish I read the opentable reviews before going.
Menu reads great and approachable for all.
Hamachi- Simple, served with a spoon would be nice for the sauce. Lacked seasoning, daikon cut super thick.
Burrata- Great balance, loved the tomato/ ginger. Wish I had a half of a loaf of bread to eat with it.
Hanger- Nice temp on the cook, wish it had more color on sear, and sauce was very ok.
Shrimp Scampi- Fun, pasta had great texture, sauce was broken is a nice way but wanted a ton of lemon.
Service was weird at points but looked like they were running around. Food runners were great, friendly and professional. Otherwise, it felt like being their was an inconvenience and everyone lacked support. Hard to not overhear the banter about the kitchen not being on the same page on the floor.
Could be a one off and hope this place makes memories for someone else.
Advice to fellow diners: try the decadent burger!
Would only go back to bar
Food is overpriced and smelled funny, kind of like chlorine. Portions were so small for the price and level of restaurant..
Awful service, food just ok, very over priced for what it is.
The atmosphere is beautiful. The food was delicious. The hostess was absolutely lovely and helpful. Two things were not ideal:
1) we ate early- the dining room was empty- and we could hardly get attention (maybe they were getting ready for the New Year’s onslaught?)
2) Prices were exorbitant for a hamburger and small bowl of pasta. Thankfully, it was delicious because the bill surprised us! Overall value not ideal.
We really enjoyed our lunch here on New Year’s Day. We made a last minute change from two people to three, not an issue.
Our table was up front next to the window. Our waiter was extremely nice and patient with us as we lingered over drinks before and after our meal. He was also well informed about the menu and the wines on offer.
The portions were large and the food was delicious.
I would definitely come back and recommend without hesitation. Great experience all around.
Don’t know what happened to this place. The brunch menu has shrunk, and service has become indifferent. One of my guest’s food arrived after everyone else had finished their meal. No apologies from the server. The egg on the egg sandwich was a block of lukewarm precooked omelette. $14 for two club sodas from the bar. That will be my last visit.
This was great for food and drinks with a fun but upscale atmosphere.
New Year’s Eve
Loved the food, service, and wall art
Delicious food and drinks
Not crowded or noisy
Service was really poor.
We arrived on time at 7:15. Restuarant was maybe a third occupied, and yet it was ten minutes before we got menus and could order a drink. We ordered oysters on the half shell as a starter and they were delivered without cocktail forks. We waited almost ten minutes before we could get our waitress to bring us cocktail forks and she brought us one.
Food was fine, but service got in the way of an enjoyable evening.
This is a cool Village restaurant. The decor is modern but warm & appealing. The service was fast & friendly. They have some delicious creative cocktails. The food was excellent. I recommend the lamb chops. They were cooked to perfection. Overall, dining here is a very nice experience.
Food was very good. Tasty pasta and good burger. Tots were good too. Service was a letdown in terms of speed, but at least they were apologetic and comped us a side. Would return again, but not amazing.
Burrata was phenomenal. Prices are pretty high for the bigger portions of pasta (which aren’t enormous), but the flavors were very good- I’d get the pastas again but in smaller portions. Brussel sprout leaves were chilled and not fried, which was interesting (and unexpected), but were tasty and a nice contrast to the main courses.
Good food and great service. The portion size of my lamb was small and the wine list is limited.
Excellent spot for a special occasion. We are big fans of the steak and the duck fat tots.
Lively place with blaring music that made it hard to hear each other. This place is definitely for the much younger, trendier set and not older folks such as us. Food and service were just okay.
Lively atmosphere. Service was nice, but even our server couldn't hear us. I grew up in NYC and have seen trends come and go but the noisy vibe is just lost on me. There's a way to have a balance between pin drop quiet and a stadium shrill. The food was decent. Prices were outrageous for what was brought to the table. Think it's more of a drinks with a dish or two ,not a full meal.