Michelin-starred Minetta Tavern, which opened in 1937, has attracted plenty of literary luminaries over the years, including Ernest Hemingway and e.e. cummings, and continues to attract the famous and not-so-famous with its Paris-bistro-meets-NYC-tavern menu and vibe. There's roasted bone marrow and trout meunière, and plenty of aperitifs, beers, wines, and cocktails (including one named for a Hemingway novel) to wash down whatever you order. Before or after your stop at this iconic Greenwich Village stop, walk through nearby Washington Square Park (as close to a "campus" as New York University gets) or watch a game of basketball at the famous West 4th Street courts.
By Julie Schwietert Collazo, AFAR Local Expert
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113 Macdougal St, New York, NY 10012, USA
Sat, Sun 11am - 3pm
Sun - Wed 5:30pm - 12am
Wed - Fri 12pm - 3pm
Thur - Sat 5:30pm - 1am