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About The Dutch
The Dutch is an American restaurant, bar and oyster room inspired by local cafes, country inns, corner taverns, neighborhood bistros, seaside shacks, roadside joints and the same mix of cultural influences that make New York City great. Award-winning Chef Andrew Carmellini's roots-inspired American menu features fresh fish and shellfish, choice meats, local produce and the best of what's around.
New York, NY 10000
American, Oyster Bar, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 3:00pm
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 10:00am - 3:00pm
Midday: Daily: 3pm-4:30pm (abbreviated menu)
Oysters: Daily: 4:30pm-5:30pm
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 5:30pm - 11:30pm
Prince St. & Sullivan St.
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Pay with OpenTable, Visa
C and E trains to Spring Street, R and W trains to Prince Street, B, D, F, or M train to Broadway-Lafayette Street.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Dutch is an American Restaurant and oyster room by Chef Andrew Carmellini. We offer our small private room as well as partial and full buyouts. Our event program features custom, chef-designed menus and personalized service from a team of event planning professionals.
The Dutch Ratings and Reviews
The fried chicken was very bland and the biscuit was cold and not good either. The waitress was also not friendly and seemed annoyed when we told her we were still looking over the menu. At the end of our lunch, we were getting ready to leave but the manager came by and rudely asked if we wanted anything else... There are better ways to go about asking someone to leave so that they could have the table but there were still empty tables! I've heard good things about this place and was excited to try it but I won't be back. $40 later, I was still hungry
We went to the Dutch for Restaurant Week. The food was very good, portions were good size. We ordered some additional oysters ala carte, all four varieties with delicious. The menu would probably be two times the prize if it wasn't for the $29 Restaurant Week special. The waitress did a great job and so did her assistants .I would definitely repeat.
Love the Dutch! Came here for my girlfriend's birthday and they took care of us from start to finish. Ambiance is great, music volume was perfect (we were actually able to talk rather than yell), the staff was attentive without being pushy, and the food was amazing (try the hot fried chicken). Highly recommended!
The food was extremely delicious, but our service was extremely odd...the waitress was very awkward and also forgot to bring some items that we had ordered. I also had to call to get a reservation at 7pm because the only times showing available on Open Table were 6:15pm and 8pm. When I called, the hostess initially said that 7pm was not available and then quickly changed her mind and said it was--it was especially weird that when we arrived at 7, the majority of the tables were empty, so I wasn't sure why it was so difficult in the first place. Overall, excellent food, average waitstaff/hosts.
The food was tasty but the wait staff needs a little more experience in some areas. Our waiter looked a little like a deer caught in the headlights and the busing staff took away the olives for my Bloody Mary once and tried to take them a second time (even though they had had to replace them the first), even though my glass was 3/4 full. And they put a 6-inch steak knife down in front of my 7 year old. Granted it was prime time Sunday brunch but by now they should know the drill. On the flip side, they did bring ice cream with a sparkler for my son’s birthday without our even ordering dessert, so points for that.
Met up with a friend, who was visiting NYC, and I hadn’t seen for over 10 years. Thought The Dutch would be a good spot to get a nice meal and catch up in a not-so-noisy environment . The place didn’t disappoint. The food was really good, albeit the calamari appetizer was super spicy (and we both like spicy food). My lamb entree was cooked to perfection and the sauce added an extra touch of spices. I tasted my friend’s hanger steak and it was a bit disappointing compared to my lamb. Staff were great throughout our whole meal.
Dined here many times. Restaurant week lunch is a fabulous deal. Otherwise lunch menu would be pricey. But for restaurant week for 29 dollars you can get wagyu steak tartar, oyster or beet salad for appetizer. Trout , pasta with shrimp scampi or chicken salad for main. Carmel apple pie, rice pudding or chocolate mint cake for dessert. We tried the tartar, the beet salad, the trout, the carmel apple pie and rice pudding. All super. Pleasant well timed lunch service. In and out in an hour without feeling rushed. Great atmosphere.
The fine is wonderful, staff fantastic and patient. We all loved our meals. I had the sea bass which was great. My nephew had the roasted/ grilled chicken which he said was probably he best ever. Fried chicken was also really good along with the fish wrapped in bacon.
Highly recommend this restaurant. Cool decor and fibe.
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