The Odeon has a more interesting history than most other restaurants. In fact, Gael Greene named it one of the top ten "most important" restaurants in New York City. Their exceptionally beefy burger has been a standby since the beginning over 30 years ago.
We know you come to AHT not just because you're looking for your next great burger, but simply because you want to gaze at some burger beauty. Hey, there's no shame in it! Even if you're hundreds of miles away from any of the cities we have boots on the ground (Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, San Diego, etc.) ogling burger photos is always a good time. So go ahead...take a good, long look at 15 of the best-looking burgers we've eaten so far this year.
At a joint like The Odeon, whose neons have lit Tribeca since 1980, dining at the bar whets the senses. The historic restaurant takes its name from the U.K. cinema chain, but the word itself is as old as ancient Greek theater. And so it seems only fitting to think of the bar as balcony seating, offering the full sweep of the drama of a night out in New York.