Schilling


109 Washington Street
New York, NY 10006
Lower Manhattan


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Named for Austria’s pre-euro currency, Schilling is tucked in the Financial District near One World Trade Center and the Trinity Church grave of our first secretary of the treasury, Alexander Hamilton. The intimate space evokes a contemporary farmhouse with a whitewashed plank ceiling and shelves filled with vintage bric-a-brac. Michelin-starred chef Eduard Frauneder (Edi & the Wolf, Freud) is an Austrian native, and his thinly pounded wiener schnitzel is impeccable, flanked by zesty potato salad, refreshing cucumber salad and sweet lingonberries. Lighter dishes include hamachi crudo with Meyer lemon pureé and skin-on branzino atop farm-fresh vegetables bobbing in a flavorful onion broth. 

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Features

  • Good for Groups
  • Happy Hour
  • Notable Chef
  • Outdoor Seating
  • Reservations Accepted
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • $$$
  • Austrian

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