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Map & Directions 80 Wythe Ave.
New York, NY 11211
  • American
  • Daily 24 Hours
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Accepted
  • Street


Village Voice's Description

This Williamsburg restaurant from Brooklyn restaurateur Andrew Tarlow, of Diner and Marlow & Sons, offers the effortless farm-to-table vibe you’ve come to expect from his restaurants. The difference? This one’s in a stunning Tarlow-run hotel by the East River. Go for the great hamburger and fries, and the duck rillettes, but keep an ear out for the daily specials, too. Sean Rembold is in the kitchen, working to master the wood-fired oven and grill, but you should also be making the most of Reynard’s artisanal cocktails and great views.

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  • The New Yorker on 09/20/12

    At Reynards, "you don't feel like part of a parody, you just feel lucky to be there." Ariel Levy reviews Reynards: http://nyr.kr/NZLFAZ (9/24/12)

  • Ashley S. on 06/11/12

    Get the olives. They're served hot and taste like salty crack candy.

  • Maya B. on 08/22/12

    Head to the rooftop for a drink before dinner, just before sunset. Gorgeous view of the city.

  • Noah W. on 01/21/13

    You know how good that sausage, egg, and cheese from McDonald's is, but how bad you feel after eating it? Get all the goodness (and more) without the remorse after with Reynard's breakfast sandwich.

  • Adam S. on 11/24/12

    The pork is a tender, zesty mustard and sauerkraut masterpiece. The flourless chocolate and beet cake is as intensely rich as it is delicately light. And the service is courteous, warm and prompt.

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