Inspired by the joy of having friends over for dinner, Bobo opened in the fall of 2007 and breathes new life into a century-old Greenwich Village townhouse. The restaurant was created by Carlos Suarez, the owner of Rosemary’s and Claudette, and focuses on sourcing the finest ingredients from local purveyors.
Bobo is open for dinner nightly and brunch on the weekends, and serves classic French food, seasonal cocktails and sustainably produced wines from family-owned vineyards. The restaurant was designed by Dekar and spans several floors of our elegant and funky house, offering a range of environments for a range of occasions, including a beautiful garden.
Chef Cedric Tovar, formerly of Daniel, Peacock Alley at The Waldorf Astoria, and Town, joined Bobo in January 2012. His menus offer a contemporary take on seasonal French classics that celebrate our region’s best ingredients, from fantastic fish and shellfish from the shores of Long Island, to gorgeous duck and produce from the Hudson Valley. His food is simply soulful and tasteful.
The Cellar & Bar
Bobo offers seasonal cocktail menus, a cellar focused on family owned and sustainably operated wineries, and local draft beers. While the wine list includes selections from around the globe, we also offer a highlighted section of superb wines grown throughout the United States.
Hours & Location
181 West 10th Street
New York, NY 10014
@ corner of 7th Avenue
Brunch: Sat – Sun 11:00AM – 3:00PM
Happy Hour: Mon – Fri 5:00PM – 7:00PM
Dinner Nightly: from 6:00PM
Bobo works with local farmers and artisans to provide our guests the freshest seasonal foods while supporting our local communities.