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282 Hudson St. (Dominick St.) Send to Phone
Underrated bar and grill in the SoHo hinterlands.
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Lunch & Dinner daily
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Cody's Bar & Grill Restaurant Review

: This under-the-radar eatery in the stark section of southwestern SoHo really is the place where everyone knows your name. (Well, if you’ve been here enough.) The friendly Irish owner works the room, which is made up of a long bar and a handful of tables. The affordable menu emphasizes Italian and American comfort food: “sloppy” nachos towering with meat and cheese, a decent plus-size burger, beer-battered fish ‘n’ chips, and even an onion-topped New York sirloin. Pasta dishes, however, are standouts: goat cheese ravioli; sautéed spinach, mushrooms and black olives mixed with angel hair pasta; and prosciutto and penne in a peppered vodka tomato cream sauce. You won’t be dazzled by technique or creativity, but the food and the friendly conversation are enough to satiate.

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