210 Elizabeth St
New York, NY 10012

Phone: 212-343-7011

Map / Directions Map / Directions

Hours:
Restaurant  Mon-Thu 6pm-11pm; Fri 6pm-Midnight; Sat 11am-3:30pm, 6pm-Midnight; Sun 11am-3:30pm, 6pm-10:30pm Bar  Sun-Thu 6pm-1am; Fri-Sat 6pm-2am

Cuisine:
American, Ethnic, New American

Dining Options:
Bar / Lounge, Bar Dining, Disabled Accessible, Group Friendly, Non-Smoking, Parties / Private Rooms, Wine Cellar

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10BEST Says

Little Italy's Best Restaurants: This hip eatery does all it can to defy definition. The space juxtaposes library items (book and card catalog shelves) with the cool, industrial aesthetics of a converted warehouse. Billed as free-spirited fusion, the fare incorporates influences from far and wide - that is to say, from Northern Africa to New Zealand, Europe to Southeast Asia. A fondness for wild game, including kangaroo, venison and wild boar is center stage, though starters run on the more refined side: opt for mushroom ceviche in a ginger ponzu or perhaps, marinated white anchovies on quinoa croquettes. Also open for weekend brunch; don't skip the Bloody.


Insider Tips

Local Expert Says:

Little Italy's Best Restaurants: "Ask for a bourbon old-fashioned. It's not on the menu, but it will make you smile."

Best for Little Italy's Best Restaurants Because: Year after year, Public continues to earn a Michelin star for its unique take on Mediterranean-Asian fusion.

10Best List photo 10BEST says

Little Italy's Best Restaurants: This hip eatery does all it can to defy definition. The space juxtaposes library items (book and card catalog shelves) with the cool, industrial aesthetics of a converted warehouse. Billed as free-spirited fusion, the fare incorporates influences from far and wide - that is to say, from Northern Africa to New Zealand, Europe to Southeast Asia. A fondness for wild game, including kangaroo, venison and wild boar is center stage, though starters run on the more refined side: opt for mushroom ceviche in a ginger ponzu or perhaps, marinated white anchovies on quinoa croquettes. Also open for weekend brunch; don't skip the Bloody.

10Best List photo Insider Tips

Local Expert Anjali Mansukhani Says:

Little Italy's Best Restaurants: "Ask for a bourbon old-fashioned. It's not on the menu, but it will make you smile."

Best for Little Italy's Best Restaurants Because: Year after year, Public continues to earn a Michelin star for its unique take on Mediterranean-Asian fusion.

Dinner Menu

Starters
Mains
Sides

Desserts Menu

Dessert
Saxelby Farmstead American Cheese Selection
Dessert Cocktails
Dessert Wine and Fortified
Loose Leaf Teas by Bellocq (Organic)

Brunch Menu

Shared
Mains
Sides
Desserts

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