The Folly

92 West Houston Street

Gastropub with a vaguely nautical theme. Handsome rustic interior, robe chandelier and steamer trunks give old school traveler vibe. Menu bends towards what one would find on the open seas, which is of course seafood. From the team that brought the n... more

Gastropub with a vaguely nautical theme. Handsome rustic interior, robe chandelier and steamer trunks give old school traveler vibe. Menu bends towards what one would find on the open seas, which is of course seafood. From the team that brought the nearby Brooklyneer.


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92 West Houston Street
New York, NY 10012

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Pub

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