Monday, December 30, 2013

North River now open on First Avenue



North River opened on Dec. 19 at 166 First Avenue near East 10th Street… Per Eater, the chef is Adam Starowicz, who worked at Hearth and Momofuku Ko. "The menu is mostly American comfort food, with dishes like ham salad, grilled salmon with kale and farro and fried chicken." You can find the North River menu here.

Previously the space was home to La Zarza Lounge.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Take a look at the menu. I can't afford to pay $15 for a meatball appetizer. I'll stick with the more affordable eateries still in the neighborhood!

Anonymous said...

Hate knocking a newcomer, but nothing "comfort"(ing) about the price or the atmosphere. Stopped in to check out the menu, was just as turned off by the sterile over-lit dining area as I was the price.

Anonymous said...

But will they serve biscuits for breakfast, lunch, dinner and drunk?

Gojira said...

Are they going to remove the erect blue penis from their roll-down gate any time soon? Enquiring minds want to know! And the menu - boring and way too pricey. I'll pass

IzF said...

DON'T TOUCH THAT PENIS!!!

JAZ said...

Nothing says People's Champion quite like a $12 bowl of chicken soup.

And +1 to keeping the blue penis

Joey Blau said...

Tell them to pait their pull-down gates. They look like crap!

Goggla said...

$10 for lettuce with tomato-shallot dressing? You've got to be kidding.