The Low Down
The Extras: Red Cat owner Jimmy Bradley also owns Tribeca's the Harrison.
What to Drink: Drinkers who enjoy a touch of bitters should sample the bar's Cricket Ball--prepared with champagne, Lillet Rouge, bitters and a sugar cube. Wines are organized by categories such as "floral and herbaceous whites" and "spicy red wines."
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
The Red Cat purrs with informal bonhomie and good, unpretentious food. Its interior is clad in rescued wood from a falling-down barn, and butcher paper covers the tabletops. A casual crowd fills the restaurant to capacity early on; the barâ¦
Great Food & Exceptional Service
By ScottPritchett at Citysearch
This restaurant is exceptional! The food, the service...you can't go wrong! The chef puts a twist to already traditional American dishes and it fee... Read More
Red Cat is a great place to go!
By amanda d at Insider Pages
The Red Cat is a great place for dinner - can be crowded so make sure you go early. The food is amazing - and you have to try the deep fried bacon!... Read More
By openroad75 at Citysearch
As a New Yorker who dines out several times a week, it's so refreshing to find a restaurant that continues to make the grade over and over. I've be... Read More
Good, but I've had better for less money.
By yippee1999 at Citysearch
\r I had been to Red Cat twice before, around the Summer of 2007 perhaps. Both times I really loved the entire experience...the food, the ambiance... Read More
By LadyLauraCay at Citysearch
Love going here. This is a special date night - spending two + hours enjoy food, wine and good conversation. This is a wonderful place to catch up ... Read More