Village/Downtown types, please weigh in: Commerce vs Cafe Cluny vs . . .
Looking for something a little fun and different, but not trendy, loud or pricey (entrees in the $20s) and need to take a rez. Should be pescatarian-friendly. We're somewhat geographically flexible, but the Village and points north and south work best as a middle ground for for our Brooklyn-UWS meetup. So far, I've found availability at:
Any thoughts? Any alternatives?
Please weigh in!
This Sat. Party of four. Early. The list is based partly on places that currently still have openings -- but might not for long! Any thoughts?? Also in this class of restaurants (more or less) are Perilla, August and Snack Taverna, all of which we've enjoyed -- but we're looking for something new.
I really like Bread. Cafe Cluny was very young/trendy when I went for brunch. I didn't find Commerce that loud.