Nearby Subway Stops
N, R at Prince St.; 6 at Spring St.; C, E at Spring St.
American Express, MasterCard, Visa
- Bar Scene
- Dine at the Bar
- Good for Groups
- Late-Night Dining
- Full Bar
This venue is closed.
This loft-like, bi-level bar is perhaps best known for its glass-walled unisex bathrooms. (Don’t expect an eyeful. The stalls frost over and become opaque when occupied.) But for a Soho space with such flashy facilities, the fare is surprisingly unfussy. The menu is mainly devoted to simple chopped salads and hearty sandwiches, including a delectable triple-decker club stacked with plump slices of bacon and a juicy peppercorn-encrusted half-pound burger au poivre. As you’ll quickly learn, the fancy fruit-flavored martinis are this bar’s bread and butter. And while the eatery recalls a certain Sex and the City-era chic—what with the designer-clad, cocktail-swilling crowd, stark white walls, and striking floor-to-ceiling glass façade—the oversized black leather banquettes remain consistently crammed with customers.Recommended Dishes
Burger au poivre, $14; Buffalo chicken salad, $16
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