Now That's a Gastropub!

I had a great meal and a fun time at Boulton&Watt, the new attitude-free East Village gastropub in a post-industrial chic setting. Dinner began with a delicious Mexican Revolver, a stimulating blend of tequila, lime and proseco, and only improved from there. Click through for the menu...


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Boulton & Watt
5 Avenue A, New York, NY 10009
Sun-Thu, 5:30-2AM Fri-Sat, 5:30-4AM

Elevated comfort food served in a post-industrial, post Steam Punk setting. The interior was scavenged from factories throughout the country and the beautiful, slow swirling ceiling fans run on steam energy--they were installed by Amish workers. The menu is much more varied than other gastropubs in this category, and generally more delicious. The pickles were superb, the qunioa salad with warm mushroom vinaigrette was superb and the mains really hit the spot. Chicken Under a Brick was savory and crisped perfectly, the Duck Confit Carbonara sinful and the Fish & Chips, delicate and sure to do seriuos damage to the arteries. In warmer months, there will be outdoor seating on newly pedestrianized 1st Street. My only complaint: the music was too loud and tinny. Avoid sitting under a speaker. -- Joe Dolce 


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