Directions to Cafe Cluny in the West Village NYC
Heart of the West Village
South of Chelsea
East of the Meatpacking
Near the Whitney Museum
Around the corner from Bleeker St shops
Blocks from the Highline
West side Highway
West 12th ST
West 4th ST
St Vincents Hospital
Standard Highline Hotel
Schools PS 41 PS 3
Hauser and Wirth Gallery
Cafe Cluny is located on the corner of West 12th Street and West 4th Street
New York City Transit
Stop at 14th Street, walk South on 8th Avenue and make a left on West 12th Street; walk one block to the corner of West 4th Street.
Stop at 14th Street, walk South on 7th Avenue, take a right on West 12th Street, walk two blocks to the corner of West 4th Street.
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"This cozy, vibrant gem was one our best finds of the week! Lunch menu offered variety, all farm-fresh ingredients. Nice wine list too! Save room for their homemade ice cream and tasty biscotti! Easy walk from here to the Whitney and the Highline. We'll be back!"
"We like Cluny so much..."
"We ate there twice last week on a business trip to NYC. It is our favorite spot in New York, so charming, friendly and such delicious food. The place has wonderful lighting that sets a cozy and friendly vibe. The servers are all gracious and knowledgeable. I had salmon, my husband had the chicken one night and the steak frites another. They have a warm mozzarella and tomato salad that is out of this world. Worth a plane ticket for that alone. We also split some of their homemade ice cream.n I'm not a big ice cream person, but I wanted to lick the bowl of this stuff. If I only had one night in NYC, this is where I would spend it."
September 1, 2014
"I have done to Cafe Cluny with friends, family, business partners and potential clients. Its charm is unfailing. A kind, helpful staff always strikes the perfect balance between warmth and professionalism without ever being intrusive. And the food... is always perfectly prepared and lovely, with a wine list that is pitch perfect. Having lived in the West Village for 25 years, and witnessing a sea of change, it strikes me that this restaurant feels like the Village I love most. Cosmopolitan but not pretentious. Friendly and inviting, it is cozy yet elegant. And special without being elitist about it all. I feel truly thankful that Cafe Cluny has endured."
April 4, 2014