Does a place ever just grab you – so much so, that you wish you lived closer and could visit any time?
That’s what The Butcher’s Daughter is like for me.
This cool/charming restaurant has been on our “must-go” list for quite some time, and we made our first trek there last month. And went back the very next week.
The Butcher’s Daughter – lest the name fool you – is NOT a steakhouse:
“At The Butcher’s Daughter, we treat fruits and vegetables as a butcher would meat: We chop, fillet and carve fresh produce into healthy vegetarian dishes and press them into pretty juices.”
And the decor is equally inspired. The cafe was designed by the owner, Heather Tierney, and her design firm Wanderlust. She combined classic old-school butcher shop elements – meat hooks, concrete floors, iron rails – with soft touches like white tiles and lots of greenery.
The food and juices are delicious (and beautifully presented), and the vibe is awesome. I could have taken pictures and hung out there all day.
The Butcher’s Daughter is in our new fave neighborhood – Nolita – so expect to see more “nyc-etc” posts from there – we’ve got a new list!
And…..this week’s Babble links!