A New York Classic Since The 80s

The Odeon
POV
The Odeon is one of the most charming and consistent places to get that brasserie/bar-and-grill–style food.This downtown New York classic never disappoints and even though the City is ever-changing, the Odeon, with its steak tartares, perfect martinis, and towering burgers, remains exactly as lovely as it’s always been.
The Odeon is one of the most charming and consistent places to get that brasserie/bar-and-grill–style food.This downtown New York classic never disappoints and even though the City is ever-changing, the Odeon, with its steak tartares, perfect martinis, and towering burgers, remains exactly as lovely as it’s always been.
DETAILS
Tribeca, NYC Hours Daily 5PM - 11PM The Odeon was a retro haven for the likes of Warhol and Basquiat, De Niro and Belushi, with a cocaine-fueled scene captured in Bright Lights, Big City Photo Credit: @theodeonnyc Mentioned in Vanity Fair, New York Magazine, and Tribeca Citizen
ABOUT
Since the 80s, The Odeon has been a downtown staple. The lively bistro serves french-American food, plus brunch & late-night bites. The restaurant's regulars are some of New York’s most fashion forward residents. A generally young crowd of downtown artists and fashion insiders will frequent the restaurant for work lunches and after-hours Manhattans at the bar. But the core base of The Odeon are still those who have been there since the raucous beginnings. - The Odeon
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