Located in the heart of New York's Greenwich Village, August is a local, critically acclaimed bistro offering Regional European fare for dinner, lunch, and brunch. August features a diverse menu rich in the finest traditions of Europe's food cultures, ranging from the Mediterranean to Northern Europe using local and seasonal ingredients.
New York TimesAugust & Executive Chef Tony Liu strive to recall all that is genuine in these regions, serving deliciously authentic dishes in a charming ambiance reminiscent of Europe's classic restaurants.
Warmly lit tables, comfortable black pews, and antique floor boards, with seating both indoors and al fresco in a heated atrium. Boasting a wood-fired oven, August offers an original menu consisting of grilled meats and vegetables, pizzas, and cazuelas all roasted to perfection above glowing embers. August's wine list is specifically selected to complement each regional delicacy.
The restaurant's eclectic menu changes frequently to reflect the local climate. For example, in the summer months will feature a bouillabaisse of Provence paired with a Bandol wine, or shrimp ala plancha with salsa verde and Verdejo. Colder months may bring cassoulet from Gascogne with a deep cahors or carbonnades flamandes from Belgium with a Chimay ale.