Located in a cozy historic Village space, Fedora has the feel of a modern speakeasy with a menu of playful dishes from Chef Matt Griffin and creative cocktails from Brian Bartels. The menu features a mix of classics and new dishes, and is inspired by different types of cuisine, the seasons and our purveyors. In the warmer months, we have a small private back garden where we grow many of the herbs that appear on our menu.
Fedora accepts reservations and is open each evening, seven days a week. For guests wishing to dine with a larger group, we have a charming brick lined Private Dining Room below the restaurant that can accommodate up to twelve guests.
We're proud to source sustainable seafood and support better fishing methods and water ecology protection efforts. Fedora is part of the Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch program and supports the Billion Oyster Project, an ecosystem restoration and education project that aims to rebuild New York Harbor.
Fedora is part of the Happy Cooking family of restaurants, started by West Village restaurateur Gabriel Stulman, which includes favorite New York City neighborhood spots Joseph Leonard, Jeffrey's Grocery, Perla cafe, and bar Sardine.