The Low Down
Know Before You Go: Bowles has long been know to combine haute and everyday ingredients within a single dish.
The Extras: There are two private dining options, a wine salon for up to 24 and a semi-private chef's table for eight.
Fun Fact: Bowles illustrates the menu and recorded his own tunes, the latter of which are shuffled into the restaurant's music selection.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Sometimes---especially when Graham Elliot (Avenues) is involved---things are not what they seem. Such is the case at this high-meets-lowbrow hot-spot that remains the talk of the town. Located in an historic warehouse, the restaurant isâ¦
By jinkwell at Menuism
I made reservations almost two weeks ago, anticipating a rather horrendous work week and hoping a good meal... Read More
HORRIBLE, skip it.
By amf1969 at Citysearch
I don't care WHAT kind of reputation Mr. Elliot has, NOTHING can make up for bad service. I am SO turned off by this place, that this is the very ... Read More
Fun food that blows your taste buds
By fire4hairlady at Citysearch
After watching Top Chef Masters, talked my fiancee into taking me to my 30th birthday dinner there, and it was everything I wanted and more. Have ... Read More
Just plain amazing....
By EatingFood at Citysearch
I've Been here a few times, a couple times with my mother and brothers, and once with the wife. So anyways, It can be a bit difficult to find this ... Read More
By MFA11 at Citysearch
They should wait until about 10 pm to crank the music up. It is way too loud to have any kind of conversation. Read More