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84 E. 4th St., New York, NY, 10003
at Second Ave.
Reliable-reasonable. Gourmet food at regular prices!
By marlinsfever on 7/31/2010
What is not to like here. Great happy hour with discounted oysters and drinks. I have had the pleasure of enjoying dinner several times. Sock-eyed salmon last time and my wife chose some of their wonderful appetizers. Sweetbreads as an app-=who would have thought! We havent gone for brunch yet-but it seems always busy and the menu seems very unique and tempting. Service is attentive without being pushy. Music-lighting-decor make this a chill date place or a fun place to people-watch.
Nice spot in east village
By Bluesee on 6/9/2010
I had dinner with my friends here at outdoor seating. My friend recommended this place for us. I don't remember the food name but they were all great,,,very creative..but try them very delicious. Service was friendly and helpful. Belcourt is located at the corner of 2nd ave and 4th street, it is real nice spot to see East Village scene. Outdoor seating at Belcourt is very attractive.
Good spot for best brunch
By NYjan on 5/25/2010
I've eaten brunch here with my bf on last Sunday. We got a seat at outdoor. My friend recommended brunch of this place. I ordered French toast and Pani Frattau...all were very delish. They served a coffee which was available to refill for free. Waitress was so friendly.
By NYjan on 4/15/2010
Food is to die for, they are all deliious. I've been there for brunch, happy hour, dinner. During April, they offer free glass of wine for dinner. I had dinner with my friend yesterday we mentioned "Belcourt for April" and got it for free. It's just fun and pleased.
Lovely belcourt with great chef
By WGR on 4/11/2010
If you get to know chef "Matt", you should have brunch or dinner here. At least, he loves foods. Belcourt uses organic and fresh ingredients for every food and that's why I became a big fan of belcourt. Decor, service all are excellent. My friends I brought now like Belcourt. I really really love this place.
By AlinaL on 4/10/2010
I've seen Belcourt on tastingtalbe, Nymag, timeout newyork, seriouseater and so on. I had brunch here many times and I highly recommend Pani Frattau and vanilla & bourbon French toast. They provide good service and wine list. Recently, they are doing event during april. If you mention "belcourt for april", you can free soup for a day and glass of wine for evening. maybe mention and ask it to server.
By hanspark on 3/23/2010
I had vanilla and bourbon French toast, Pani Frattau, salt cod hash. They are all excellent. Most of all, chef uses organic and fresh ingredients for the best food. Service is also friendly. wine list is unique... The chef of belcourt loves foods..Thay's why I love this place.
By foodielover on 2/20/2009
Delicious, fresh food. Attentive, but not intrusive, service. Relaxed environment. Unique wine list. Fabulous experience.
By foodielover on 1/20/2009
The food at this place is awesome. My boyfriend and I ordered a variety of the starters (they appeared to be more interesting than the main courses), and we were stunned! They were all superb. The food was fresh, delicious, creative (without being over-the-top wild), and hearty. Every dish was great! In addition, the wine was great. I was so impressed that I had to pay my compliments to the chef after the meal. He was friendly (as was the wait-staff) which added to the experience. I will be returning soon!
By fordhamlaw88 on 10/7/2010
Lamb burger with goat cheese. Enough said.
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