DBGB Kitchen & Bar
299 Bowery Street, East Village, New York City, New York, 10012
- Recommended for:
- Business travellers, Nightlife, People watching, Trendiness
Expert review of DBGB Kitchen & Bar
This stretch of the Bowery used to be a rough neighborhood, originating the term “Skid Row” back in the day. But times have changed and the former block of run down tenement buildings, which was torn down to make way for luxury apartments, is now the home for DBGB, the first downtown restaurant from Daniel Boulud. Despite the slick masculine space, the menu still nods to the humble roots of the neighborhood.
More a gourmet hot dog stand than a formal restaurant, with 14 varieties of sausage and 55 hand-picked beers on offer. The wine list is also stellar and you can drink vintages like the lovely Gevery-Chamertin with the aptly-named Piggy Burger, topped with pulled pork.
Sleek, modern and bustling, it’s a really good option if you are looking for a meaty menu, and a trendy scene.
A little hit or miss.
On the burgeoning Bowery, this is becoming one of the trendiest neighborhoods in town.
It may be hotdogs and hamburgers but main courses still run from US$11 and a three-course meal without wine is about US$45 per person.
The front part of the restaurant is more casual but the best seat in the house is one of the banquettes in the back.
More information on DBGB Kitchen & Bar:
- Price guide:
- Bar, Restaurant
- 299 Bowery Street, East Village, New York City, New York, 10012
- Opening times:
- Mon 5.30pm-11.00pm, Tue-Thu 12.00pm-11.00pm, Friday 12.00pm-1.00am, Sat 11:00am-1:00am, Sun 11:00am-11:00pm.
- Accepts Credit Cards:
- Essential at peak times