Down the Alleyway...
In the fall of 2004, Taavo Somer and William Tigertt happened upon a perfect cozy space at the end of an unused alley off the Bowery, and Freemans Restaurant was born.
The idea of the restaurant was to make a rugged clandestine colonial American Tavern.
The cuisine was also imagined to early American: Simple, Rustic, and inspired by Old World traditions.
Lunch - Mon-Fri 11AM to 4PM
Brunch - Sat-Sun 10AM to 4PM
Afternoon Cocktails & Light Fare - Every Day 4pm to 6pm
Dinner - Sunday & Monday- 6pm - 11:00PM
Tuesday through Saturday- 6pm - 11:30pm
Today's Market Special: Beef tongue over a potato salad with white barbecue sauce on top. $24
END of Freemans Alley
Freemans Alley is off Rivington Street between Chrystie and the Bowery on the Lower East Side of New York City.