Wallflower Features French Country Fare And Strong Libations

[tw-divider]The Scoop[/tw-divider]

    • The West Village 38-seat neighborhood gem, Wallflower, has a menu of seasonally-driven, regional French country cuisine, in an unpretentious space on West 12th Street
    • Executive chef Derrick Paez — previously of Daniel — runs the ship at Wallflower, with an eight-cocktail menu and shareable plates during brunch and dinner for light grazing; try the heirloom tomato salad (blue cheese, olive croutons, and opal basil), hamachi crudo (watermelon, jalapeño, ponzu, and shiso), or fingerling potatoes (rosemary, thyme, and saffron aioli)
    • Even if you’re not hungry, you should stop by Wallflower for Herit’s cocktails. At $15 each, you can be rest assured you’re drinking your money’s worth, whether it’s with the Shush (pineapple and chipotle infused vodka, strawberry, lime juice, and angostura), or the Cornelia (Cimarron Reposado tequila, jalapeño infused Mezcal, corn, lime, and basil)
[tw-divider]Insider Tip[/tw-divider]
If you want to experiment with an off-the-menu meal, try “Let Us Cook For You.” Your whole table needs to participate and for $75 each ($50 for a wine pairing) you can see what’s up the chef’s sleeve