Blue Ribbon Brasserie

97 Sullivan St Frnt A New YorkNY10012
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Blue Ribbon Brasserie, established in 1992, is a Soho restaurant that serves a selection of appetizers, soups and salads. The restaurant offers a variety of wines that includes chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, cabernet and Champagne. It serves saut ed calamari, barbeque ribs, steamed clams, fried oysters and chicken wings. Blue Ribbon Brasserie also accepts reservations for more than five people....
by mapquest on November 06, 2017 from mapquest


Know Before You Go:
The famously long wait is the result of the no-reservation policy. With a party of five or more, call a week or two ahead for a table, and you'll be seated as soon as you waltz in.
by Citysearch on May 12, 2009 from Citysearch
What to Drink:
A staggering list of 250 wines accompanies the comfort food. The medium-bodied 2000 Robert Sinskey pinot noir ($66) and a more budget-friendly Spanish Rotlan I Torra 1999 Reserva ($34). There are also several beers on tap.
by Citysearch on May 12, 2009 from Citysearch

Member Reviews

Small seating area, good atmosphere at the bar, go later at night for most interesting clientele....:
Small seating area, good atmosphere at the bar, go later at night for most interesting clientele.
by LovetoShop on April 03, 2009

Editorial Reviews

The Bromberg brothers "consistently get it right" at these "beloved" New Americans where "down-home" cooking ("wonderful" matzo ball soup, "ballin'" fried chicken) make for "comfort-food heaven"; the original SoHo "standby" is a late-night "haunt for off-duty chefs", while the Bakery Kitchen has "intoxicating" smells of baking bread, and though they're not inexpensive, they remain "perennial...
by zagat on July 23, 2013 from zagat
Blue Ribbon serves its entire enormous menu until 4 in the morning to night owls and chefs coming off of work. The Soho spot is the most popular of the Blue Ribbon empire, a chain of six Manhattan restaurants (plus three in Brooklyn) focusing on everything from sushi to comfort food to pastries. The candlelit brasserie with dark wood booths and a raw bar up front is the perfect place to indulge...
by concierge on May 31, 2013 from concierge
Blue Ribbon Restaurant Review:
The owners of this small American bistro stuck to their guns when they opened their doors, in 1992, keeping the restaurant open until 4 a.m. each night even if no customers showed up after midnight. Their persistence paid off and now it is possible to be faced with long waits for a table even at 3 a.m. If you don't want to wait, try to secure a seat at the small bar and dine there. The rich and...
by gayot on November 01, 2011 from gayot
Soho's late-night mecca for haute comfort food.:
The Scene
Opposite an exposed-brick wall painted a lurid red hangs a painting of a lobster with a death grip on a fish. If you can stomach the vivid decor, there's little to complain...
by by Contributor at Citysearch on July 30, 2004 from Citysearch

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Opened in 1992, this small cozy Soho restaurant has been at the center of the national and international food scene ever since. The Blue…
by Citysearch on March 12, 2016 from Citysearch