"Our goal is to offer the Lower East Side a dining experience using the freshest ingredients without breaking the bank," says operating partner, Paul Seres. "We are adapting Chef John Keller's philosophy of simple and timeless recipes that showcase great ingredients to give our customers a unique and unforgettable experience." Whether is it for an after work bite, brunch, or a private dining affair, Dinner on Ludlow will be a memorable experience.
One of the first things you'll notice on entering Dinner on Ludlow is the meticulous design of the room. Bordered by floor to ceiling glass windows, the open-plan space features a long bar and plenty of intimate tables and banquettes, amid a gothic elegant decor of crystal chandeliers, dark wood and ornate metal filigree that creates a relaxed and cozy space, enhancing the dining experience.