One if by Land, Two if by Sea

All stages of mating take place inside Aaron Burr's ex-carriage house: proposals, engagements, and weddings. The name is derived from Longfellow's poem about the American patriot Paul Revere.

Are you the owner of this place?

Regularly featured in “Top romantic restaurants of NYC” lists, they sport a long history and beautiful décor that starts on the outside, as the building itself is from 1767. Candlelit tables, two fireplaces popular with couples, a baby grand piano, a private garden, and if, in addition to a classic menu you'd order an extra course “designed for you”, you'll probably be served a ring on flower petals.

The menus range between Prix Fixe, Chef's Tasting, A' la carte, Jazz Brunch, Bar and Dessert. Endless press clippings and awards, parties and other events are all a part of OIBL's life. Arched windows, floral arrangements, brick walls, gold chandeliers, beef Wellington, marinated Colorado lamb, hand-shaped Parmesan cavatelli and a total New York fairy-tale.

If you have found a typo or a mistake, select the text fragment containing it and press Ctrl+


Address of One if by Land, Two if by Sea
17 Barrow Street, New York, NY 10014

Additional information

Working hours
Mon–Thu, Sun 5:30–9:30 p.m.
Fri, Sat 5:15–11:15 p.m.
Show phone number
212 255 8649
Please tell owner that you've found this venue on KudaGo
  • American
  • French
  • alcohol
Average bill
  Updated ID25067

Write a review about «One if by Land, Two if by Sea»

— rate this place