SoHo is one of the most exciting neighborhoods in New York and full of great restaurants. One of them is The Dutch on the corner of Prince and Sullivan Street. With three main dining areas the atmosphere at The Dutch in SoHo is just beautiful. Comfortable seats in front of the huge windows are the perfect spot to spy on some of the celebrities inside and outside the restaurant. Especially in summer, the windows are wide open to Prince Street which makes the restaurant even more special. The crowd at The Dutch is as special as the restaurant itself and just fits perfectly into the SoHo area. You may sit next to television stars, people from magazines, from famous Websites and banks.
The Dutch in SoHo: The hottest place in town?
If today was 2011 probably yes. Not anymore though. The Dutch is an excellent restaurant and is still serving everything from weekday lunch to weekend brunch, dinner with your girlfriend, or 11pm eats any day of the week. The Dutch is famous for it’s Oysters. If you like them, you should definitively have them at the Dutch. Beside that you’ll find classic burgers, steak and salads on the menu. The Dutch in SoHo is always a good choice even though it hasn’t the same importance to the locals as it had years ago.
Make a reservation
While on a weekday you probably won’t need a reservation at The Dutch, we highly recommend you to make one on the weekends though. It get’s crowded and even if the Bloody Mary is a great option to kill some time at the bar while waiting for your table, you better call in advance and save your seat. Now you may think you have to dress up to hang out at The Dutch? “This ain’t no country club, but it’s no ball game either. This is New York. Do what you feel, but keep it fresh.” is what the restaurant itself has to say about that.