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)

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)