Zachary Feldman visits Flat Top (1241 Amsterdam Avenue, 646-820-7735) for this week’s review, checking in on the New American spot from the team behind Jin Ramen. “A bistro nestled in the knolls of Morningside Heights, Flat Top glows with candlelight from inside its expansive front windows,” he writes. “A monochrome mural painted on brick depicts a bridge’s undercarriage, contrasting with a row of wooden booth-backed tables. It’s an inviting space that feels instantly familiar, and Flat Top would be a welcome addition to any neighborhood.”
Bradley Hawks stopped by for photos of the food and space; take a look a his images here, and then head over to read Feldman’s full review.