What to Eat at Two Boots Tavern, Now Pouring on the Lower East Side

Yesterday, as planned, Two Boots LES quietly reopened as Two Boots Tavern. The big difference: The front counter has been replaced by a modest bar doling out four tap beers, a variety of bottles (naturally, Abita and Turbodog are on offer), and the hard stuff. Behind it are two large flat-screen TVs, with another one on a mustard-painted wall where there’s also some Mets memorabilia and some lantern-like sconces (the lighting is, of course, a little lower). If you look hard, you’ll find a few items of Yankees paraphernalia, too — apparently owner Phil Hartman’s first move to appease Yanks fans. In fact, he’s having a mural painted that will include various local sports legends — in the meantime, another wall painting shows pie namesakes The Dude et al., and neighbor Luis Guzmán has made it onto the painted menu. The food on offer is pretty much the same, with the addition of bar snacks like spinach-and-artichoke dip, hot wings, and super spicy pigs-in-blankets made with andouille sausage and served with mustard and ketchup. The menu is already online, and we’ll have photos for you shortly.

Two Boots Tavern, 384 Grand St., nr. Norfolk St.; 212 228 8685

Read more posts by Daniel Maurer

Filed Under: luis guzman, Openings, two boots les, two boots tavern

Copyright NYMag - NY Mag Grub Street
Contact Us