The Dutch, NYC

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Today, I wore a suede shirt from Barney’s private label, my purse, and trousers from Zara. (Outfit photos by Sindy Varela)

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Some grapefruit flavored cocktail called the dutch courage… my friend ordered this one.

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Complimentary loaf of cornbread, barely sweet flavored with jalapeno. Came piping hot with whipped butter.

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Fried oyster sliders, or this is what they like to call “little oyster sandwiches”…..Two was not enough, wanted to eat at least 4 more.

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Fluke with spicy watermelon and lime. Red and yellow watermelons. Reminded me of Nobu.

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Grilled quail, summer salsa, poblano, and cashew nut mole. Quail was cooked to perfection.

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Seafood pot pie filled with plump pieces of fresh clam, lobster, and white fish, corn, baby onions, and potatoes.

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Sherbet Sundae.

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Love the casual food and the casual vibe of this restaurant. Food was down to earth, delicious, and the service was excellent. Don’t let the casual vibes fool you, not the kind of place you casually walk in at 8:30 with your friends to eat, you’ll have to wait at least 2 hours without a reservation. I guess that’s because the restaurant is relatively new and it’s been getting positive reviews.

The Dutch
131 Sullivan Street
(212) 677-6200