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Set in a hundred year-old townhouse in the heart of the West Village, Bobo opened in 2007 and is one of Carlos Suarez's Casa Nela restaurants, that include the Village hits Rosemary's, Claudette, and Roey's.

Like its sister restaurants, Bobo embraces its residential setting, paying homage to La Maison de Campagne - a neighborhood restaurant inspired by nature and by family. The restaurant's natural French country decor unfolds over several floors and rooms, from the downstairs Bar to the parlor level Dining Room and Garden.

The restaurant serves L'Apero (Happy Hour) daily from 5pm to 7pm, Dinner nightly and Brunch on the weekends.

The restaurant's cellar offers French wines from small and interesting producers alongside more well known houses, with a selection of excellent wines for everyday drinking. The bar's seasonal cocktail lists have been celebrated since the opening in 2007, and today focus on using French products in novel ways to create modern classics like the Bobo Piscine.

Dekar Design created the interiors and Paper White, Ltd developed the branding.