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Sel et Gras

Map & Directions 131 7th Ave. S
New York, NY 10014
  • French
  • Sun 12pm-1am, Mon-Wed 5pm-1am, Thu-Fri 5pm-4am, Sat 12pm-4am
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Brunch, Dinner
  • Beer/Wine
  • Accepted
  • Street


Village Voice's Description

Although the theme at this West Village wine bar is the French Revolution, the food is pretty straightforward. Share a lovely snack of croque mademoiselles or smoky chicken croquettes with hot, milky insides, as you search for the (often aimless) servers to bring you something sparkling. Diners looking for a more lush experience can nibble on straight-from-the-oven escargots in hot, garlicky butter with a side of Parmesan-dusted french fries. This cozy neighborhood spot welcomes groups of women catching up over a glass of wine and chic older couples looking to share their travel stories. And while nothing about the wine bar is revolutionary, Sel et Gras is a nice spot to have a drink with friends.

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  • Michael B. on 12/20/12

    Hasn't taken off yet but legit little French joint in the heart of restaurant row. Great foie gras, tartares, and steak au poivre

  • Val T. on 02/22/13

    Neighborhood gem. Brunch it up with a Croque Madame and some Parmesan-garlic fries.

  • Beth on 10/13/12

    Coq au vin wings et l'escargot...and That comes from someone who lived in burgundy for a year.

  • Courtney T. on 12/10/12

    An excellent happy hour from 5-7pm everyday, with selected wines going for $6 a glass! Generous pours, too.

  • Patrick O. on 04/14/13

    Definitely check this place out! Food is awesome!

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