Welcome to our new photo series, where Eater photographer Daniel Krieger visits some of the city's storied restaurants to capture them at a certain, and very specific, point in the day. For our second installation, we visit The Spotted Pig right at dinner time.
The Spotted Pig doesn't need much of an introduction, so we'll keep this one brief. What we have above is a look at Ken Friedman's West Village hit, celeb haunt, and home to April Bloomfield's famous burger and gnudi (and the rest of her gastro-pub menu), at 8 p.m. on a Thursday night. Lunch is the time to come here if you don't want to wait the one - two hours customary at night, but 8 p.m. is when the restaurant really hits its stride (unless you're looking for the afterparty—that's up on the third floor post-2 a.m.). Take a moment to have a look around.
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