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Questions? Please!

When are you open?

Tuesday through Sunday (Closed Mondays)


Do you take reservations?

Yes! For outdoor dining only.

Click the 'Reserve' tab above or check availability on or on your Resy mobile app.

Currently, our phone lines are closed but you can contact us at

If you are inquiring about an existing reservation, another way to reach us is by replying to our confirmation texts.

We ask that you kindly honor the time of your reservation — we have a 15 minute grace period for your arrival, but due to the size of our sidewalk cafe and social distancing guidelines, we are unable to accommodate any increases in party size or change in reservation time.

What if it rains?

Currently, all reservations are for dining outdoors. Most of our tables are protected by awnings, but are subject to the elements in the case of wind or rain. Please take this into consideration on the day of your visit. We will, of course, waive any cancellation fees due to inclement weather.

What are you doing to keep us safe?

We're dutifully operating in accordance with OSHA, CDC and DOH guidance, which means that we've layered many new safety protocols into our already rigorous hygiene and cleanliness procedures. Click the Safety link above for more information.

We do ask that guests wear a mask whenever you are not at your table (ex. talking to the maitre'd, walking indoors to use the restroom). If you forget yours, we have one for you.

Where are you located?

183 W 10th St

@ the Corner of W4th

West Village | Manhattan | New York City | New York State | USA | Earth

Are you still serving the burger?

Oh yeah! Come and get it.

Who'd you say you were?

bar Sardine is part of the Happy Cooking family of restaurants, started by West Village restaurateur Gabriel Stulman, which also includes Joseph Leonard, Jeffrey's Grocery, Fedora, and Fairfax in the West Village along with Simon & The Whale, Studio and George Washington Bar at the Freehand Hotel, plus The Jones in NoHo.