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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Max & Moritz

426A Seventh Ave. (14th St.) Send to Phone
718-499-5557

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Lunch Sat.-Sun., Dinner nightly, Brunch Sat.-Sun.
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Max & Moritz Restaurant Review

: Grilled swordfish with red cabbage, spätzle and Pinot Noir veal jus black sausage ravioli with mint chickpea purée wild mushroom ragoût with sage cavatelli---Max & Moritz has a menu like many bistros that fiercely compete in Manhattan. However, Park Slopers have few to choose from and so flock to the exposed brick, candlelit spot. The narrow dining room and roomy back garden are hits with the former Upper West Siders who’ve come to the Slope to raise kids, and weekend brunch can be jammed with tots playing with Mommy’s poached eggs over zucchini pancakes, grilled Brie and Austrian ham with greens on multigrain bread and French toast with apricot marmalade and poached fruit.
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