Address: 19 E 26th St, New York, NY 10010
Restaurant Type: American restaurant
Phone: (212) 265-5959
What Time Does BLACKBARN Restaurant Open?
Tuesday,: 11:30AM to 3PM, 5:30 to 9:30PM
Wednesday,: 11:30AM to 3PM, 5:30 to 9:30PM
Thursday,: 11:30AM to 3PM, 5:30 to 9:30PM
Friday,: 11:30AM to 3PM, 5:30 to 9:30PM
Saturday,: 10:30AM to 3PM, 5:30 to 9:30PM
Sunday,: 10:30AM to 3PM
Monday,: 11:30AM to 3PM, 5:30 to 9:30PM
BLACKBARN Restaurant Reviews
Service: The service was average. We ordered drinks and sometimes they came fast and other times slow. Our waitress wouldn’t check in on us very often either and I think we would have ordered more drinks if she had.
Drinks: The drinks were excellent here. We were all very happy with our drink choices.
Food: Everyone seemed to love their food. The portion size is big. I will say I was disappointed with the vegetarian food options. There wasn’t a lot of savory options for brunch and everything else was basics pancakes and french toast. I did order the avocado toast and that was very delicious and much better than I even imagined.
Cost: I would say the restaurant was a lot more expensive than anticipated and I don’t think the overall experience was worth the cost.
We came here for a team event and had a great experience. The service was great. The food came quickly. The waitress knew the food and drink well and gave us good recommendations based on our group needs.
The food was nicely presented and tasted amazing. I personally enjoyed the mushroom toast , braised octopus and grilled scallop very much. I also loved the bread , bread sticks and the dip with roasted garlic in it. We tried their Tamahawk steak which had a hint of barbecue flavor.
The environment was also very nice and cozy for the barn style. Overall great experience.
Delicious — this is THE place to go to when visiting NYC. First, the vibes in this restaurant are like no other. Warm, cozy and inviting. Second, the food not only tastes incredible but looks like a work of art (almost too pretty to eat!). Cocktails were 10/10, such unique pairings of flavor that I had to try a few off the menu. Can’t wait to be back.
food was spectacular. The Amish chicken was crispy and so filling.
Keep this in mind: appetizers are pretty small portion so if you’re going with a big group, order a few.
The entrees are extremely filling. I couldn’t finish my plate. Cider donut is a must!
Minus one star for the slow service.
My friends and I went to Black barn restaurant today for brunch. The place was very spacious and nicely decorated. They hda private rooms as well which I think that’s nice. Their bloody mary and Mimosa were good. Chicken and waffle was so so, the chicken was a little too dry and the sauce was bland. Shrimp and grits was different than what I usually have at other restaurant. It was good nonetheless. Our favorite was the Egg Benedict, it was soo good! Service was very good too. Overalll I think this place deserves about 3.5 stars. Not spectacular but not bad.
This was our first visit, but definitely not our last. Everything about our visit was perfect. The food was amazing (espcially the chicken and waffles!) and our server (he’s from Kosovo but I cannot remember his name) was attentive and even took us on a tour of the restaurant after our meal. If i could give you 10 stars, I would!
Blackbarn restaurant is located near Madison square park and museum of math. The food is modern American with a comfort food touch.
We went for a Father’s Day lunch and thoroughly enjoyed the meal and the service.
So delicious!!! And the service was incredible. We had the lamb appetizer (so yummy we forgot to take a picture first), peach bellinis and for mains the pancakes, wagyu steak sandwich and egg yolk ravioli. Amazing flavors and the pricing was on par with serving size. Will definitely be back for dinner to check it out!
We had a superb Mother’s Day brunch. Delicious food, and excellent service from a young Polish waitress (think her name was Ouva). We’re counting the days until we come back.
Went here last night for my birthday and was honestly very impressed. Started out with the drink walking through the forest with hibiscus gin it was delicious and refreshing.
Must haves of the night: the fig pizza was delicious, also the duck breast and sausage sounded quite strange on the menu however it was prepared perfectly. Very tender and well seasoned. The Seabass my mother had and it was honestly very good as well. Bread basket was top tier as well as the rum butterscotch bread pudding a perfect way to end the night
Good but not needed: the tuna tartare was very good just a bit average to what u can find else where same with the shishito peppers. The butternut squash ravioli was good as well however it’s very filling and wasn’t a stand out of the night.
Could live without: the only thing I personally didn’t like was the chicken wings. I got them for my sister who loved them however I wasn’t that impressed. It was a bit too Smokey and tasted almost charred.
All in all this place was very good and I would love to dine back here. 9/10 overall