“There’s something decidedly four-square about dining here, from the relaxed service and honest prices to the American Bistro cuisine…The menu is just familiar enough to keep you grounded, but has enough sex appeal–and surprises–to keep your interest.” Pascale le Draoulec, New York Daily News
“If you find yourself near Washington Square Park, you could hardly do better than to stop here for a meal.” (TripAdvisor.com)
It’s a “favorite” of “NYU profs” and other “Washington Square regulars”, but otherwise this “swell little neighborhood place” mostly flies under the radar; “superior” New American cuisine, “civilized” service and a “grown-up”, “comfy” setting where you “can talk without going hoarse” keep it a “neighborhood standby.” (2015)
Jake’s Edible Garden, located on the roof of the Washington Square Hotel, is now in its fourth season of providing our kitchen with the most local produce around.
We are committed to continuing the Washington Square Hotel’s century-old mission of offering enlightened hospitality to everyone who walks through our door.