The Spotted Pig New York

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The Spotted Pig New York: a gastropub with a Michelin-star

12 January 2013

The Spotted Pig New York for a special night in Greenwich Village

Prepare for a long wait! That’s quite anothether way to start today’s blog ;-). But don’t worry I have the perfect solution to long waits at The Spotted Pig New York. Cross the junction and enter W 11th Street. Here you find the very cosy wine bar Turks & Frogs what is the perfect place to wait for your table. If you’re a but hungry I can recommend to order a mixed appetizer plate. I haver to admit looking back I was happy with the hour wait so I could discover this local wine bar! When we (my brother and I) headed back to The Spotted Pig New York we had a few drinks at the bar upstairs and where seated within half an hour. The Spotted Pig New York has a great bar and we met very nice people there (a Canadian brother visiting with it’s sister as well!) we hang out with after dinner untill the early hours at the bar downstairs! What really surprised me is that the Spotted Pig New York has a Michelin-star. The concept is really cool, with pigs all over the place and the food is lovely. But it’s way different than the traditional Michelin-star restaurants I’ve been to before, because it’s very affordable! Around $ 60,- for 3-courses excluding drinks. So don’t expact stiff waiters, but enjoy a relaxed atmosphere, great food and hipster people making sure you have a great night!

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The Spotted Pig New York:

Address: 314 W 11th Street, New York
Neighbourhood: Greenwich Village
Website: thespottedpig.com
Price level: around $ 60,- for 3-courses excluding drinks
Perfect for: a night out with friends!

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PS: Greenwich Village in New York is a very cool neighbourhood with lots of bars and restaurants squeezed in between the Meatpacking District and Soho.

anne van iannsterdam

 

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