City Guides

The Odeon, 145 W Broadway, Recommended by Stephanie March

The Odeon

Recommended by: John Bartlett (Fashion Designer), Peter Tunney (Artist, Peter Tunney Art), David Rabin (Co-Owner, The Lamb’s Club), Adam Glassman (Creative Director, O Magazine), Anne Fulenwider (Editor-in-Chief, Marie Claire), Chris Benz (Fashion Designer), Omar Hernandez (Restaurateur, Omar’s), Robert Lee Morris (Jewelry Designer), Olivia Kim (Director of Creative Projects, Nordstrom), Stephanie March (Actress), Becca Parrish (Founder, BeccaPR), Robbie Myers (Editor-in-Chief, ELLE), Julia Stiles (Actress)

Cuisine: French. Price: $$. Location: Manhattan, Tribeca.

The Odeon will never go out of style. With one of the best brasserie feels in New York City, it’s without a doubt a city staple. It’s great for late night drinks, an always-dependable scene, and classic brasserie fare (i.e. French Onion Soup, Steak Frites, or a Croque Monsieur). For a late night sweet fix, the homemade ice cream or warm doughnuts are a must. Make a Reservation.

“It’s amazing to create a place that lasts like The Odeon.” - David Rabin (Co-Owner, Cole’s, The Lamb’s Club)