Located in a lovely street of the West Village in New York, inside an 1830’s ex-residence, The Waverly Inn is a gastronomic institution in the city which popularity will never fade. Inside, a series of intimate low-light rooms, surrounded by velvet, gives a warm atmosphere typical of an exclusive New York’s clubhouse. This place welcomed some of the most estimated writers, movies stars, models and icon of the city, and it’s not rare that you will spot during a dinner people like Diane von Furstenberg or Anna Wintour. Formerly unknown, now-famous John DeLucie became the top chef in the city thanks to his clever takes on classic dishes.
The possibility to spot one of your favourite celebrities is not the only reason you should visit The Waverly Inn. The menu offers a wide range of classic dishes, with a contemporary take like the truffle mac and cheese and the chicken pot pie are both winners, along with the sirloin steak.
The Waverly Inn
16 Bank Street New York, New York 10014
Monday – Friday: 17:00 / 23:00
Saturday – Sunday: 11:00 / 23:00