The Odeon

Solid French-American bistro fare — hangar steak, moules frites — from Keith McNally’s ‘80s legend, still alive and kicking. Back then, John Belushi, Andy Warhol, and the rest of Page Six could be found cavorting there. Now that the white powder has been cleaned up, it still holds its own as a NYC institution. See if you can catch a glimpse of the past in the mirror-lined dining room. In warmer weather, grab a seat on the sidewalk and check out everyone checking out you.

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