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Redhead, The

212-533-6212  •  $$
ADDRESS: 349 E 13th St, (bet 1st and 2nd Aves), New York, NY 10003

CUISINE: Southern, Late-Night Dining, Burgers, Contemporary, Farm to Table, Fried Chicken

FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

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Food Network star Guy Fieri and his Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives show have featured the soft pretzel and Low Country shrimp and grits at Chef Meg Grace's The Redhead.  Full bar. Serving dinner nightly. Late-night Mon-Sat. From Frank Bruni, The New York Times, Aug. 19, 2009
"A bar that evolved into a restaurant, the Redhead is a tribute to the gumption of its three proprietors. ... The cooking is Southern-inflected and focused on seasonal ingredients, comfort foods and familiar fare done with unfamiliar luster: chips and onion dip; a soft pretzel with beer cheese; buttermilk fried chicken."

"Chef Meg Grace's East Village gastropub offers Spotted Pig style (amber-colored lights, rustic wooden tables) with a Deep South sensibility. While starters, like plump shrimp and spicy andouille atop rustic buttery grits, are manageably portioned, entrées are huge."
- Time Out New York

The New York Times: * (good)
New York magazine: Critics' Pick
Zagat 2014: 22 food rating (very good to excellent)
Time Out New York: Critics' Pick

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Food Network star Guy Fieri and his Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives show have featured the soft pretzel and Low Country shrimp and grits at Chef Meg Grace's The Redhead. 
 
From Frank Bruni, The New York Times, Aug. 19, 2009
"A bar that evolved into a restaurant, the Redhead is a tribute to the gumption of its three proprietors. ... The cooking is Southern-inflected and focused on seasonal ingredients, comfort foods and familiar fare done with unfamiliar luster: chips and onion dip; a soft pretzel with beer cheese; buttermilk fried chicken."

"Chef Meg Grace's East Village gastropub offers Spotted Pig style (amber-colored lights, rustic wooden tables) with a Deep South sensibility. While starters, like plump shrimp and spicy andouille atop rustic buttery grits, are manageably portioned, entrées are huge."
- Time Out New York

The New York Times: * (good)
New York magazine: Critics' Pick
Zagat 2014: 22 food rating (very good to excellent)
Time Out New York: Critics' Pick
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Full bar. Serving dinner nightly. Late-night Mon-Sat.

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