24 Prince Restaurant in New York City

Located at 24 Prince Street in New York City, Prince is a trendy and slightly vintage spot to enjoy delicious comfort foods with a classy edge to them. The entire experience starts with the cute and classy dining room – green stripe wallpaper, wine racks, happy crowds (or choose to sit in the outdoor area in the back)… and finishes off with some of the most delicious eats on the street!

You can stop in for lunch and enjoy a great salad like Pear, Date & Blue Cheese with toasted almonds & baby arugula, $12; Red Grape Salad ricotta salata, tarragon, red onion, pine nuts, $11; Apple & Endive salad with chives & pecorino cheese, citrus dressing, $9; Beets & Baby Spinach with goat cheese, $11; Downtown Chopped Salad with romaine, red peppers, chickpeas, tomatoes, beets, cucumbers, radish & goat cheese, white balsamic & mint vinaigrette, $15; or the Classic Cobb Salad with chicken breast, tomato, egg, avocado, bacon, blue cheese, & blue cheese dressing, $15.

And of course, great fresh sandwiches at lunch, too, each $11 and serves with mixed greens, like the Chicken Salad Sandwich with poached chicken, pancetta, and white truffle oil; Burger 24 with cheddar, blue or comte cheese; Smoked Salmon with brioche, red onion, tomatoes, capers and crème fraiche; Vegetable Sandwich with zucchini, squash, roasted peppers, balsamic onions & goat cheese; Grilled Chicken Breast with camembert, apple, and herb aioli; Ham & Cheese Melt with black forest ham, cheddar and comte cheese; or Sausage & Peppers with baby arugula.

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Dinner at Prince is wonderful, because you can start it off with a great “snack” like Hummus with homemade spicy yogurt & grilled pita points, $10; Jumbo Lump Crab Fritters with avocado & citrus, and vanilla, $14; Shrimp & Red Quinoa with snow peas, citrus & cilantro, $12; Steamed Mussels made with white wine, shallots, and tomato, $12; or perhaps Honey-Ginger Glazed Ribs with sesame, ginger and scallion, $12.

And for your main plate at dinner, enjoy something like Fish & Chips with french fries & homemade tartar sauce, pickles, $14; Pan Seared Salmon with pumpkin seed, chili -tomato & herb salsa cauliflower puree, $21; Roasted Free-Range Chicken with seasonal vegetables “pot pie”, $22; Almond-Semolina Crusted Grouper with braised root vegetables and raisins, $22; Berkshire Farms Pork with a sweet potato puree, brussel sprouts spicy apples, $23; Meat loaf wrapped in puff pastry, barbeque sauce, mashed potatoes & market greens, $21; Grilled Hanger Steak with crispy potatoes, watercress-pickled beets, $24; Seared Tuna gigante beans, escarole, truffle oil, $25; Fried Chicken with creamy polenta & market greens, $22; or the Braised Short Ribs with escarole, potato gnocchi, $26.

And of course the restaurant serves up brunch, too from 12 to 3:30. Enjoy favorites like Brioche French Toast with banana walnut or apple sauce, $11; Ham And Cheese Buckwheat Crepe, $10; or Hanger Steak And Eggs any style, potato mash, and country loaf, $15.

And when you do stop in to the restaurant, be sure to compliment your meal with a great cocktail, each around $10, like the Blood Orange Mimosa, Bloody Mary Royale, Bleeding Cactus, or Spiced Peach Cobbler cocktail. And also make sure to finish off your meal right with a great dessert like Gingerbread Cake with cinnamon ice cream, $7, or the 24 Prince Ice Cream Sandwich, $7.

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Call the restaurant at (212) 226-8624.