Antique Garage Soho
grilled certified hanger steak served with baby arugula leaves and fries
fusilli pasta with shrimp, squid, octopus in a tomato clam sauce
crispy squid rings served with vinaigrette tarator sauce on the side
I’ve been going to Antique Garage since they opened (I lived a block up the street for 32 years) and I was very happy to see that not only did they survive the pandemic (so very many places did not) but it’s just as beautiful, relaxing, and delicious as always. These days the prices are reasonable, the food is excellent.
A soho classic. Still great after all these years.
Our dinners were great, the atmosphere was cool, and the staff were friendly and fun.
The food was good but it stunk. Kinda messed with experience
There are not many places left of the old NY -
where a simple brunch becomes a special outing. This gem, in the heart of soho makes you fall in love with them on the first glance of music and appetizers.
Thank you for keeping the real New York city charms alive.
My 2nd time here. Kudos to the front desk staff for staying on top of the servers. We really felt welcome and well taken care of. We had come from another restaurant which was just the opposite so the warm, smiling and inviting staff was so refreshing. It was a bit pricey. The cocktails were 20$ and a glass of wine $24. Our 4person table ended up racking up a cost of 500$ incl tip which is a lot. The drinks and food were good. My branzino a little bland and luke warm but still tasty.
It has amazing food. The dessert is amazing!
always a good time when we are here. food and ambiance is nice
Date night with hubby Antique Garage did not disappoint ! From our arrival to our departure, everything was perfection. We were promptly greeted by two amazing hostesses who gladly seated us outside. Manolo our server was on point about the drinks and food recommendations. Will definitely be back.
Food, ambience and service is always superb.
Delicious food, excellent friendly prompt service. Lovely restaurant in SoHo - I will definitely be back!
The service is super weird: we had people asking us if we are ready to order every 30 seconds, no time given to settle in or just say hi to each other, and we were well within the allotted time. On top of that, the restaurant was empty, plenty of available tables, and very few walk-ins give the day of the week and time. So, I failed to understand the mad rush.
It’s overpriced, even by Soho standards. The food was good, but portions and quality do not justify that price.
Finally, if you are sitting outside - carry bug spray and there is a weird chemical smell that wafts in and out - nothing to do with the restaurant, or might have been just the time of day we went.
The friendliest and most attentive staff ever!
Maybe we just had a bad luck, but we left disappointed. Our waitress was attentive but she only came by a couple times and we had to flag her down for every possible thing (including the bill). Both my girlfriend and I had upset stomaches the next day. We are not 100% sure if it was the restaurant food but we both agreed we thought that it was one of the appetizers. Also, we paid a lot for what seemed like our most lackluster meal while in Manhattan this past week. All in all, we were fairly disappointed but maybe it was just a bad night for them.
The overall experience was disappointing. It’s very noisy, the service is slow and not very attentive particularly considering the price points. The lambs kebabs and the branzino were good.
I guess the food is the saving grace.
The food is just ok. The mezze platter was good. My girlfriend and I should have just have gotten the platter and a cocktail. The lamb kabob entre was mediocre. The service is also very slow. Our waiter left in the middle of the meal and there was no replacement. Bottom line-this is a unique looking restaurant in SOHO to see and be seen.
The one bright spot was the hostess...Josleyn? Very nice and wanted to make sure everyone was happy.
Honestly awful experience. They seemed unprepared for our reservation. The whole place smelled like garbage. Super overpriced.
Worse than I remember - slow service, subpar food, sat outside and bad trash smell
Food was great but the service could have been better.
A nice setting with very good food though a bit pricey. Could do almost as well elsewhere for about two-thirds the price but this should not detract from the excellent meal.
Horrible service, we sat for over 40 min. Before our drinks came out. But great food.
Had a nice Sunday lunch here! Great service and food!!
Amazing food and ambiance
the service was great and the food was even better! the restaurant was super cool and it was overall a great night !!
Food so whatever :( good to get drinks only i tink
Delicious food and nice vibe.
For the manti I prefer Armenian style which is baked, this one is more like a dumpling.
Love this place always excellent food standards, never lets me down.
My second time! Fell in love all over again
I was completely disappointed with our meal. I’ve eaten at AG pre covid a few times and always thoroughly enjoyed my meal but this was my first time back in a year and a half and it was a huge letdown. The food was so boring, bland and basic. The prices are absolutely outrageous for what you’re served. The appetizers were good but the entrees were a huge disappointment. We ordered the branzini, salmon and tuna. None of the fish was very fresh and it was essentially flavorless. Where’s the sauce? Where’s the spices? I don’t know who they have cooking but it was honestly no good.
The cocktails were excellent but it’s a restaurant ans not a bar, why are they charging $20 a drink? It should be $16 max. When looking for Mediterranean food, go to Barbounia, Avra or Milos instead… they all blow this away.
Beautiful restaurant with great food (especially the tuna steak). The service was amazing, our waitress Sonia was so nice and helpful!
I love this little neighborhood gem. It isn’t even my neighborhood, but I have friends who live nearby. I gladly make the trip to eat here. Great food. Mediterranean-ish—ingredients you know, put together a different way. It never disappoints.
Service was quite slow - 20 minutes until our server came over and took drink orders. Also seemed to be confusion as to who our server was.
Food was tasty but quality wasn't great for the price. The $24 glass of wine ordered was a tiny glass and filled less than half way.
Ambiance is great and had the overall cost been less then it would have passed for a casual dinner out, but the price indicates that it should be a more refined experience.
Main server was great, the others kept insisting on taking our plates while we were still working on them which made us feel rushed and uncomfortable.
Food was very good!
I was a bit disappointed by my experience as there are many positive reviews for this location. However, I cannot report that our server was attentive as she visited our table a total of three times, one of which we needed to flag her down as she had cleared our plates and 20 minutes later did not return to ask whether we needed anything else or the check. I was not impressed by the branzino with the side of two potato wedges, lol. My mother cooks better than this! However, my friend enjoyed her burger. Also, we were originally sat under a leaky roof, and noticed that the restaurant kept seating people at that table, and then would have to keep moving those people as they complained about a leak. Very odd that there was no communication amongst staff to not seat anyone in that area. Overall, average. When I pay those prices, especially in SoHo, I expect attentive service and food that is worth the price point. I cannot say that that was my experience.
We were greeted nicely and seated outside. It took a while to have our drink order taken. The Raki was good. Fennel and Avocado salad was good but the Tuna was over cooked and dry.
I used Open Table to let them know it was our anniversary but no one noticed the comment.
This restaurant is completely overpriced and the service was terrible.
A very charming place with Brick walls and French decor. When the weather is good they open the garage door giving the place an outdoor vibe. Food was really good - the kabobs are top - and they carry one of my favorite champagne: Taittinger for a very reasonable price.
Took 45 mins to get water in our glasses and drinks ordered. The food came out all together which was fine, but we weren’t tended to for another 45 mins and the whole evening took wayyyy longer than necessary as a result. Bustling ambiance and the drinks were fantastic once we got them. Food was ok, but I would come here again for mains. Just snacks and drinks.
Worst hostess in NYC we have met in 5 years
great value for money and atmosphere overall. true NYC gem.
great lunch spot for a business lunch. quiet soho street
Antique Garage Soho does offer delivery in partnership with Postmates.
Antique Garage Soho is rated 4.4 stars by 780 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting bookings at the moment.