Sunday happened to be one of those terrific days where I met some friends for brunch and then we did what typical New Yorkers do after brunch on a Sunday; we walked around the streets of NYC looking for a place to relax and have some afternoon cocktails.
We happened upon Bobo Restaurant, located at 181 West 10th Street in Greenwich Village and were pleasantly pleased with our find. We ended up having a few seasonal cocktails in the Cellar & Bar. One friend enjoyed sipping on the Stealth Margarita, made with Milagro Blanco, St. Germain, jalapeno, and lime. The environment was relaxed and the décor was funky but homey and comfortable.
From their website here is an accurate description of Bobo:
Inspired by the joy of having friends over for dinner, Bobo opened in the fall of 2007 in a century-old Greenwich Village townhouse. The restaurant was created by Carlos Suarez and is run in collaboration with Chef Cedric Tovar.
Bobo is open for dinner nightly and brunch on the weekends. It serves classic French food, seasonal cocktails, and sustainably produced wines from family owned vineyards. The restaurant was designed by Dekar and spans several floors in an elegant and funky house, offering a range of environments for a range of occasions.
The next time you’re in the Village give Bobo a look-see.
181 West 10th Street
New York, NY 10014
212 488 2626
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