Address: 113 Horatio St. (West St. & Washington St.)
Review: We made the trip over to Bakehouse for French Restaurant Week and were glad we did! It’s a little bit out of the way over on the West Side Highway but the view, food, ambiance and service make it worth your while. The large windows along the front allow for an amazing view of the sunset over the Hudson River. They’re also working on getting their outdoor liquor license to add dining tables outside. As part of their French RW deal we got the artisanal charcuterie plate, croquet madame (an upscale French twist on grilled ham and cheese an egg on top) and 2 glasses of wine for a great price. We also ordered the seared sea scallops with celery root puree and basil ginger oil. Everything was absolutely delicious and we’re already planning to go back to try out some of the entrees and their brunch. They also have a pretty solid selection of European beers, the boyfriend was ecstatic to find a great Belgian beer he hasn’t seen since his trip over there. The rustic decor and romantic setting make it great for a date night with your beau, and the several long wooden tables make it a good spot to come with a group of friends as well. The service was also delightful and super helpful, Molly recommended a great glass of wine and the scallops for us. We’re definitely fans of Bakehouse!