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B, D, F, M at Broadway-Lafayette St.
American Express, MasterCard, Visa
- Bar Scene
- Brunch - Weekend
- Outdoor Dining
- Delivery after 10pm
- Full Bar
This venue is closed.
This darkly lit joint in the former Rialto space is now decked out with black leather banquettes and goth-chic silver skull lamps, but has retained the original’s lovely back terrace with its sky-lit retractable roof. Along with the sleek new look, however, comes an emphasis on cocktails over food. Small plates with an international bent, like spring lamb with hummus and tzatziki, tender beef tartar with quail egg, and a refreshing watermelon salad dotted with olives and sharp feta can be delicious, but even appetizer portions are tiny by any standard. Main courses, like fragrant grilled sea scallops with fennel and rosemary, are similarly Lilliputian—just three make the plate. Diners looking for more sustenance may want to order the slightly heftier crispy cheeseburger. But, then again, the entire first page of Elizabeth’s menu is devoted to libations with cheeky names, like “My Darling,” a heady mix of bourbon, Clementine, and vodka. And, since most concoctions are sweet enough to go down easy, you might want to save on dinner and double up on drinks.Recommended Dishes
Beef tartare, $12; grilled sea scallops, $19
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