Root & Bone, East Village

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NEW YORK CITY | Root & Bone is an East Village restaurant that aims to provide a revival of Southern, rural American cooking & culture. Owners James McInnis and Janine Booth are about using soul nurturing, conscientiously sourced, seasonal farm-fresh ingredients to take diners on a journey through the food of the South.

The space suits the ethos of the restaurant, and is casual and homely with lots of white and timber. The tables are a bit cramped but it’s not anything that ever distracts from the dining experience. Staff are friendly and helpful, and will happily take you through what they think is best on the menu.

The food here is excellent, and very good value. Think fried chicken, biscuits, grits, corn and the like. The one thing you have to order is the “Crispy Free-Range Bucket Of Bird”. This is one of the most popular versions of fried chicken in New York and is sweet tea brined, lemon dusted, and tabasco honey glazed. It’s crispy on the outside, moist on the inside, and has just the right balance of sweet and savoury. Served with the optional buckwheat cheddar waffles it’s even better. The drunken devilled eggs served with pickled root vegetables and chips are an exercising in delicious simplicity too.

Another favourite is the Grandma Daisy’s Angel Biscuits – beautifully flaky pastry served with honey roasted chicken jus, benne seeds and sea salt. One let down is the mac & cheese, which has a somewhat grainy texture and biscuit crust which doesn’t quite work. For drinks it’s a selection of cocktails, beer, wine and spirits – we recommend one of the cocktails which are designed to work in unison with the food.

Root & Bone

200 E 3rd Street
New York
New York 10009
United States

Telephone: 212 677 4836
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Mon – Thu: 11:30am to 10:30pm
Fri: 11:30am to 11:30pm
Sat: 10:30am to 11:30pm
Sun: 10:30am to 10:30pm

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