A proper nose-to-tail English bistro and a follow-up to fish-and-chips hit, Dame.

The fish-and-chips pop-up came first; it was followed by the full-blown English seafood restaurant, starring that golden fish-and-chips combo. Now, the intrepid team behind Dame has opened a second spot that is building on the mission of the first: to get New Yorkers acquainted with some top-notch English fare. Lord’s is an English bistro that’s all about nose-to-tail cooking, including charcuterie, meat pies, and beef Wellington. The elegant, high-ceilinged dining room fits 60 seats, including 10 stools at a bar running the length of the room. 

Ideal For

English comfort food

Signature Dishes

Cured mackerel with seaweed & cucumber; crispy pig's head terrine & endive remoulade; braised tripe with cipollini onions & madeira; duck-stuffed cabbage, clapshot & brandied prune and glazed pork belly, black pudding & lentils.