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Bohemian Restaurant - getting in without reservations?

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I've been wanting to try Bohemian for a long time, but still haven't met anyone who's been there and can give me the phone number! Has anyone had luck with just walking in without reservations? If so, any tips? Thanks so much!

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Bohemian
57 Great Jones St, New York, NY 10012

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  1. I don't know whether you can dine there without reservation, but Bohemian has interestingly creative dishes like sea urchin croquette or foie gras soba, among others.

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    Bohemian
    57 Great Jones St, New York, NY 10012

     
     
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    1. re: kosmose7

      kosmose7: Wow... that looks great! Thanks for sharing those photos. Do you have any other recs for Bohemian (including cocktail recs)? Going next week... can't wait!!!

    2. UG123: Did you have luck in getting the reservation number for Bohemian Restaurant?

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      1. re: Liquid Sky

        Yes, I got the reservation number by emailing the restaurant. They replied me pretty quickly too. Definitely worth trying!

        1. re: Liquid Sky

          It's also pretty easy to find with google. It came up in the top ten searches.

        2. I'm pretty sure you can't do that.

          1. what are your fav dishes here? i havent been in ~3 years and im going back next week

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            1. re: Lau

              I didn't care much for anything I had at a visit a few months back. They do use wonderful soba but then ruin it with foie gras.

              1. re: Peter Cuce

                what did you have? the dishes were always hit or miss in a fairly serious way. the dishes i do know that i like are the wagyu beef sashimi and the uni croquette, but aside from that i cant remember anything that im like must order this

                1. re: Lau

                  Honestly I can't remember, but I'll ask my friend. I wasn't trying to remember - in fact I was trying to forget. We tried a bunch of stuff (she's Japanese and really into food) and we both thought it was a lot of money for ill-conceived dishes that are trying too hard to be different. Pretty uncomfortable seating too. I just don't get the place.