Joseph Leonard

★★★★☆
Solo endeavor from Little Owl and Market Table's Gabriel Stulman, featuring a no-reservations "bar with serious food." Now reopened following the rather routing fire that knocked them out of business for two months.
  • 170 Waverly Pl

    New York, NY 10014

    Cross street: at Grove St.

    Map & Directions
  • 646-429-8383

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I love any place that I can get oysters, bone marrow, skate wing & a view of the kitchen! Plan on getting there early, only go for a table of 2, pretty pricey but worth it! Try to get the table overlooking the kitchen. Great neighborhood & menu. Top of my list this year

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★★★★☆

I love any place that I can get oysters, bone marrow, skate wing & a view of the kitchen! Plan on getting there early, only go for a table of 2, pretty pricey but worth it! Try to get the table overlooking the kitchen. Great neighborhood & menu. Top of my list this year

Pros: Food is nearly perfect

Cons: Longgg wait, expensive

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The toughest part about writing this is trying to decide which of the many delectable things I ate last night was my favorite -- the steak tartare or the pork hock or the brussel sprouts or the hash browns. If I absolutely had to pick one it would be the steak tartare -- perfect flavor -- but luckily I don't have to only have one favorite and am looking forward to going back and trying more.
Great at details -- the salad aside the pork hock had lovely crunchy capers, don't know how that's done but what a treat.

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★★★★☆

The toughest part about writing this is trying to decide which of the many delectable things I ate last night was my favorite -- the steak tartare or the pork hock or the brussel sprouts or the hash browns. If I absolutely had to pick one it would be the steak tartare -- perfect flavor -- but luckily I don't have to only have one favorite and am looking forward to going back and trying more.
Great at details -- the salad aside the pork hock had lovely crunchy capers, don't know how that's done but what a treat.

Pros: Terrific interpretation of classics

Cons: not a one

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Joseph Leonard follows the same theme as Gabriel Stulman's previous two ventures, The Little Owl and Market Table. This time, he's flying on his own, with an American and Americana-inspired spot that's named after his maternal and paternal…

 

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