Saxon + Parole

Saxon + Parole

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316 Bowery, New York, NY 10012 | (212) 254-0350, United States
Price range
$$
Cuisine
American
Features
Casual, Good breakfast spot

Opened in September 2011, Saxon + Parole is named for successful racehorses, the former a brown thoroughbred stallion and the latter a brown pony, both from New York. Developed by AvroKO Hospitality Group and formerly called Double Crown, this NoHo restaurant features a main dining room decorated with a circular chandelier and black-and-white photos of Saxon and Parole hanging above a small fireplace. Another dining area has brown booths against a rustic plank wall and shelves containing rows of Parole Whiskey bottles. Highlights on executive chef Brad Farmerie's New American menu include NY strip with bone-marrow béarnaise and Parmesan and paprika-stuffed branzino.

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