Odeon entrance

145 west Broadway (Between Duane & Thompson Streets) 
(212) 233 0507 / www.theodeonrestaurant.com

A relic from the days of wind and Warhol! It's still teeming with good food like auromatic steaks, great salds and sides.
Credited as a  pioneer in TriBeCa (sorry Mr. DeNiro, they got here first!), this hipster downtown daddy hip was a famed
stomping ground for the likes of good old Mr. Warhol and Basquiat when it opened about thirty years ago. Today, the
art-deco bar still pulls
a large crowd of mostly Wall Street guys and gals - and knowing tourists to this local landmark.
It's had its problems - and survived. And -
It's earned its notch on the must-see downtown scene.