The 15 Best American Restaurants in Greenwich Village, New York

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...Great selection of craft beers, awesome food menu, huge 2 floor bar space... finally a proper ADULT alternative to Penny Farthing's antics across the road...

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— Four Square

The bone marrow burger at The Brazen Fox in the East Village

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How did I end up at The Brazen Fox? Well, simply after winning a bet where the price was...bone marrow. Originally, we were supposed to go to Swine to get their bone marrow burger, but, we discovered that they are closed on Mondays. So, after looking on the internet, our plan B was The Brazen Fox in the East Village. This place is a bar, located on 13th and 3rd avenue. Quite big, it has two floors, the second floor being probably quieter and overlooking the street for those who like people watching...from the top...I should mentioned the replica of planes on the ceiling, as well as the multiple TVs around the dining room, perfect for sport fanatics...

The Brazen Fox in the East Village exterior

— I just want to eat

The Essential Dry Aged Burgers of New York City

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The bone marrow burger at this East Village pub lives up to its name. Dry aged sirloin, bone marrow, and sweet onion come served on a buttered bun with fries. $22.

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— Nick Solares

The Brazen Fox Kitchen & Craft Beer (Restaurant Review)

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#lovethe Bone Marrow Burger #richbutteryburger #oneofthebestburgersinManhattanIMO #fries have a nice gingery taste #good craft beer selection #nice place to watch a bunch of American Football during brunch #although it seems like there is a lot of people there not watching football even though there is so much football…

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— Brooklyn/Turd

Bars Open on Thanksgiving in NYC

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With a “reduced menu,” this bar/eatery will still serve hungry souls on the holiday meant to commemorate sharing between English “settlers” and those who’d been living in what we now call the US for ages before that. Something about the “fox” branding seems like it will bring bar-goers back to pre-colonial times. This relatively new bar is massive, offering sliders and a whole lot of beer. There’s a lot of space—possibly its strongest attraction for patrons...

— Drink NYC