The Trilby - CLOSED
New York, NY 10003
Village Voice's Description
The troubled Trilby! The space was two restaurants in quick succession (Govind Armstrong's Table 8, Scott Conant's Faustina)
before it donned the current identity, which is more cocktail lounge than restaurant, and boasts a wonderful outdoor garden. The food is fine, especially at breakfast, which you may treat as a seven-days brunch with its eggs and homemade corned beef hash and fluffy blueberry pancakes. Recommended dishes at lunch and dinner include the raw oyster service, octopus and chickpea salad, a perfect heirloom tomato salad that might have been whisked here from the year 2000, pork sliders, and a sliced pork loin. Oink! Oink!
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