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Corner Bistro

Corner Bistro, 331 W 4th St (off 8th Ave) (212) 242-9502 - I was surpised to find that I hadn't written about this instituition before but then again maybe I remembered why. The place is an old locals pub crammed with anything but. Crammed with lots of people lining up to be eat the places great burgers in the back room.

It's a nice gaff, miserable bar staff - perfect if it wasn't for the crowds. Worth the 30-45 minute wait (each night)? Not for me - but if you get the chance, dash in to the gap at the bar, order the Bistro Burger for take out and sup a quick McSorleys.

Mon-Sat 11:30am- 4:00am
    Sun 12:00pm- 4:00am

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Corner Bistro 2

Posted by Guy Brighton on March 14, 2005 in Burger, Pub, West Village | Permalink


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» Corner Bistro 2 from Guy Brighton's Wishful Thinking In New York
So I go to the Corner Bistro. It's Monday. It's got to be empty. But the line is outside the door. I look through the window and see a small gap at the bar. I push my way through. Several folk refuse to budge - oh the friendly Upper West Siders visitin... [Read More]

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