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Freeman New York: staple restaurant at the end of Freeman Alley in the Lower East Side

30 October 2012
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A hipster hang-out!

New York’s Manhattan is loaded with trendy restaurants. A bit hidden at the end of Freeman alley just off Rivington Street and between The Bowery and Chrystie, but definitely worth a visit. At the end of Freeman alley in the Lower East Side you find the blue doors to this New York hot spot! Inside Freeman restaurant it feels like a colonial tavern. They serve early American cuisine, rugged and rustic. Think of dishes like wild game, sustainable fish and produce from local farmers. Unfortunately they don\’t take reservations for parties under six people, but don\’t worry at the bar of Freeman they serve delicious cocktails! This restaurant and bar is a true hipster hot spot and attracts a cool crowd.

Freeman restaurant:
Address: at the end of Freeman alley, off Rivington Street and between The Bowery and Chrystie
Neighbourhood: Lower East Side
Price level: moderate
Perfect for: dinner & cocktails with friends or the boyfriend.

PS: around Freeman there are lots of cool bars to go for after dinner drinks: Sons of Essex and Apotheke.

Anne de Buck