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37 Barrow St. (Seventh Ave. S.) Send to Phone
A French-American bistro hits a high note in the West Village.

Lunch & Dinner daily

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Duet Brasserie Restaurant Review

: An offshoot of a bakery of the same name in Brooklyn, Duet occupies a glassed-in sought-after space that’s ideal for lounging and taking in the West Village action. The menu at this bi-level spot has a Gallic-American accent, with an array of tartare and bisques, burgers and mac ‘n’ cheese. Start with the Brie en croûte or the seared foie gras, which comes atop a baked Bosc pear. For entrées, the lobster burger is a refreshing take on the American classic, but the huge rib-eye and the whole grilled branzino are optimal for hungry diners. The crème brûlée trio delivers a sweet end to the meal. Listed as light to full bodied, wines are globally sourced, and there are a handful of options by the glass.
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