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secret Japanese restaurant in Andy Warhol's former studio


57 Great Jones St, New York, NY 10012
+1 (212) 260-2333
Mon-Sat 18:00–2:00
Sun 18:00–00:00
Cost: $40+

Tucked away on the backstreets of Noho, Bohemian isn't easy to find. There are no signs or markers. It's a secret bar and restaurant hidden in Andy Warhol's former studio. Entrance is restricted; you have to know somebody who's already been here. There are only six tables and six seats at the bar.

Inside, it looks more like a bohemian saloon – big comfy chairs, dark wood tables, and artwork on the walls – than a restaurant. In reality, Bohemian isn't quite exclusive as it seems. The entrance policy just keeps out unwanted guests. The cuisine is Japanese, but you can order a burger, too.

We recommend: mushroom salad; assorted sashimi; pan-roasted branzini with vegetables. For dessert – pannacotta. Or try the tasting menu for $58.

Cuisine: Japanese

Atmosphere: trendy/lively

The Crowd: fashion people, bohemian artists, gourmands, creative types

FYI: The entrance is behind the entrance to the butcher shop. Ring the bell at the closed, unmarked door.

Tags: Bohemian