West village

Kish Kash

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Overview:

Israeli chef Einat Admony of Bar Bolonat and Taim opened Kish-Kash, New York's only couscous bar. Here, she makes hand-sieved Moroccan-style couscous from scratch to pair with dishes like chicken tagine, lamb & hummus. Everything costs less than $21.

Information:

Address455 Hudson St, New York, NY 10014

Neighborhood: West Village

http://www.kishkashnyc.com/

Price: $$


 

Bluestone Lane

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Overview:

Melbourne-inspired coffee place offering Australian-style espresso drinks & cafe fare all day.

Information:

Address: 55 Greenwich Ave, New York, NY 10014

(multi location)

Phone: (718) 374-6858

Neighborhood: West Village, Upper East Side, Chelsea

Price: $$


 

Quality Eats

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Overview

The team behind Quality Meats & Italian have continued to expand their Quality Eats concept, now bringing it to Nomad. This spot is larger than the others but retains the same dark & vibey ambiance with a huge bar and a perfect playlist. While the menu may be slightly reminiscent of a steakhouse, the price and creativity level certainly aren't. Make a meal out of the starters like sausage & pepper toast, grilled bacon with peanut butter & jalapeno jelly, and grilled bucheron cheese. They offer mains like leg of lamb & lemon-charred chicken, but the patty melt club burger is where I'd park myself if I were you. 

Information

Address:  3 E 28th St, New York, NY 10016

Phone(212) 257-8882

Neighborhood: Flatiron, West Village, Upper East Side 

Price: $$$


 

Nisi Estiatorio

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Overview:

This relaxed, intimate spot is a Greek gem in the West Village. The façade is done in fresh white and blue colors, leading to a raftered bar and front dining room complete with an enchanting outdoor patio with Edison bulbs.  The menu is filled with seafood, vegetables, olive oil, yogurt and much else that falls under the Mediterranean diet. You are brought an assorment of mezzes with toasty country bread like creamy taramosalata, spanakopita,  tzatziki and saganaki. To try a sampling, get the mixed grill for two option with lamb chops, sliders, kebabs and chicken grilled served with fries, tzattziki and toasted pita. 

Information:

Address: 302 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10014

Phone:  (212) 727-7463

Neighborhood: West Village

Price: $$$


 

Ellary's Greens

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Overview:

Ellary's Greens is an all day eco-friendly cafe in the West Village. Outfitted with exposed brick and communal tables, the rustic space looks and feels like a health-focused restaurant. The wide-reaching menu focuses on vegetarian food—with limited meat and fish options woven into soups, salads, sandwiches and composed plates. They offer an array of healthy, gourmet options of affordably-priced, natural and organic foods for all. Dishes include Moroccan lentil salad, bison burger, green Thai tofu curry, and bacon mac & cheese with quinoa pasta. The food is extremely satisfying whether you are looking to eat heathy or just need some variety. They also offer beer & biodynamic wine. 

 

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Information:

Address: 33 Carmine St, New York, NY 10014

Phone:  (212) 920-5072

Neighborhood: West Village

Price: $$-$$$


 

The Loyal

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Overview:

The Loyal is the newest addition to the John Fraser portfolio which includes NYC hits like Dovetail, Narcissa and Nix. The space is a bit of a departure from the other businesses on Bleecker which are mostly pizza, taco and sandwich shops (not that there's anything wrong with that). The vibe is semi casual, polished and reminiscent of a bistro. It could serve as a neighborhood date spot or special occasion venue. The food is seasonal American dishes and there are a TON of items to choose from. The menu is broken down into 6 ample sections including bar, snacks, appetizers and accessories. Pasta & grains include mushroom carbonara and polenta with truffles. Entrees are all over the map with duck, chicken, shrimp and steak. While variety is important, perhaps this needs to be edited down a bit. However, if the idea is to keep 'em coming back often, it's not a terrible strategy. 

Information:

Address:  289 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10014

Phone: (212) 488-5800

Neighborhood: West Village

Price: $$$


 

Don Angie

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Overview:

Husband and wife chef team Scott Tacinelli and Angie Rito are bringing a fresh new concept to the West Village. The former restaurant space has been modernized, white-washed with marble floors and rich blue & gold accents. The menu is updated Italian, a genre the duo previously nailed at Quality Italian. You'll find reinvented Italian-American family favorites like spicy antipasti, bbq calimari and tonnato vitello. Their pastas are undoubtedly the star, specifically the lasanga for 2, sliced down and broiled so that every bite comes with a cheesy crust bite. 

Information:

Address103 Greenwich Ave, New York, NY 10014

Phone:  (212) 889-8884

Neighborhood: West Village

Price: $$$


 

High Street on Hudson

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Overview:

High Street on Hudson is a Philly spinoff from a group that has garnered much attention in both its original city and NYC since opening in 2015. The venue has consistently been a critical darling of publications like NY Mag, NY Times and Eater.  The all day, modern/casual West Village restaurant offers coffee & pastries in the morning and the menu evolves throughout the day to become a bit higher-end in the evening. Recently they brought in a new chef, Sean McPaul, to helm the kitchen. He brings with him a range of flavors taking inspiration from Mexico, Morocco and American cooking. The kitchen excels at just about everything from sausage & egg biscuits for breakfast, pastrami on rye for lunch, and freshly made malfadine pasta with squid ink & smoked mussels for dinner. 

Information:

Address:   637 Hudson St, New York, NY 10014

Phone: (917) 388-3944

Neighborhood: West Village

Price: $$$


 

Rossopomodoro

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Overview:

Rossopomodoro is a charming café on Greenwich St in the West Village. The interior is a clean, simple version of an upscale pizzeria. The space is deceptively large with two main dining rooms, a large bar and patio seating on 2 sides. Food is Neopolitan style with plenty of pastas and pizzas on the menu. For your pizza selection choose from sausage, porchetta, broccoli rabe, and spicy salami to name a few. There pasta list is equally long with gnocco, tagliatelle, and ravioli. You can also entirely avoid the carbs and opt for great seafood options like their expertly grilled octopus with silky cauliflower puree. For brunch, the place is a calm respite from the insanity that ensues in other West Village locations. 

Information:

Address:  118 Greenwich Ave, New York, NY 10011

Phone: (212) 242-2310

Neighborhood: West Village

Price: $$$


 

Suprema Provisions

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Overview:

Oh man, if this place isn't just the cutest thing that ever happened to me. Suprema Provisions is part restaurant and part gourmet market with imported Italian ingredients, cookbooks and fancy kitchen tools. Grab cheese and cured meats to go from their salumeria or stay and dine in the wine bar. The rustic space is sprawling, encompassing two storefronts with entrances on both Bleecker and 7th Ave. The dine in menu is ample with  small plates and exemplary salumi & cheese boards. Savory dishes include Neapolitan meatballs, uni & crab fettuccine, and braised octopus with olives & polenta. The sleeper on the menu is their unbelievable burger consisting of short rib, brisket, iberico jamon, bacon jam, and black garlic sauce. This is the perfect spot for a date night or a leisurely lunch of charcuterie and wines chosen by sommelier Joshua Wesson.  

Information:

Address 305 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10014

Phone: (646) 964-4994

Neighborhood: West Village

Price: $$ -$$$


 

33 Greenwich  

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Overview:

33 Greenwich joined the restaurant-filled area of the West Village in the Spring of 2017. The roomy space is clad in black-and-silver wallpaper and artwork everywhere you look. Inside the 90 seat venue are multiple distinct rooms including a bar and large patio area for outdoor dining. The southern-leaning menu has tons of options to fill you up and cure those comfort food cravings. I'm talking stick to your ribs fried chicken for two, gouda grits, a meatloaf burger, and a muffaletta board. Portions are large and although I wouldn't go here when I was on a diet, that shouldn't stop anyone. Very tasty neighborhood spot. 

Information:

Address: 33 Greenwich Ave, New York, NY 10014

Phone:  (646) 609-3615

Neighborhood: West Village

Price: $$$


 

Rosemary's


Overview:

Rosemary's has been a West Village staple for years and it shows zero sign of slowing down. The large, sun drenched corner restaurant is consistently packed with beautiful diners and bar goers for 3 meals/day. The bleached wood and white Christmas lights above are a lifestyle Instagram account dream. The Italian menu was built for sharing; full of the the best little bites. Graze on a selection of focaccia, samuli, cheeses and verdure (little antipasti) like chickpeas and eggplant caponata. You can select from 5 house made pastas including cavatelli and orecchiette and they even offer a gluten free option. Beer & wine only, good vibes all around. 

Information:

Address 18 Greenwich Ave, New York, NY 10011

Phone:  (212) 647-1818

Neighborhood: West Village

Price: $$ -$$$


 

Mew Men


Overview

Mew Men is tucked away on quiet Cornelia street, just out of the chaos of the bustling West Village. The small no-frills space is simple - long communal tables, an open kitchen and a towering stereo system. The Japanese menu is short but it has the essentials. For small plates you'll find fried chicken, pork buns, and an excellent "spring tofu" with mushrooms in a sesame shoyu. The main focus is ramen and they offer 7 varieties with an arsenal of toppings. Dishes range from traditional noodles to something more interesting like the Tori Tantan noodles in a house made chili oil &  sesame paste broth. A menu of beer, sake and wine is available as well. 

Information:

Address: 7 Cornelia St, New York, NY 10014

Phone:     (212) 727-1050

Neighborhood: West Village

Price: $$


 

Chalait


Overview 

Chalait is an interesting story. The concept was born from a husband & wife team with zero professional restaurant or culinary experience. In just a couple years they have opened the third location of their concept and they have made me (and many others) a huge fan. Each location is a coffee shop specializing in a signature line of matcha green tea beverages, with an excellent menu. The food is simple with nothing overtly adventurous but it is comforting, creative, and beautifully presented. The menu is split into sandwiches, greens & grains, and all day breakfast. Dishes are healthy with a ton of variety. For breakfast check out the breakfast plate with cured salmon, soft boiled egg, pickled red onion, capers, tomato, herbed labneh, multigrain toast (see I told you, variety). I am still dreaming of the kimchi bowl with farro brown rice, poached eggs & gochujang. I look forward to returning many more times. 

Information

Address:  299 W Houston St, New York, NY 10014

1216 Broadway, New York, NY 10001

 Chelsea Market, 75 9th Ave, New York, NY 10011, New York, NY 10011

Phone:  (212) 929 0266

Neighborhood: Hudson Square, Chelsea, Nomad

Website: https://www.chalait.com/

Price: $


 

Quality Eats


Information

Address:  19 Greenwich Ave, New York, NY 10014

Phone:   (212) 337-9988

Neighborhood: West Village

Website: http://www.qualityeats.com/

Price: $$

Overview

The team behind Quality Meats & Italian clearly know how to execute a concept that generates massive appeal. They opened Quality Eats as their first venture into downtown dining and hit it out of the park. They drew from all the best elements of their uptown spots -  dark & vibey with a huge bar and a perfect playlist. Then, packaged it into a smaller space where people will go for neighborhood dining. While the menu may be slightly reminiscent of a steakhouse, the price and creativity level certainly aren't. Make a meal out of the starters like sausage & pepper toast, grilled bacon with peanut butter & jalapeno jelly, and grilled bucheron cheese. Wrap up with fun "dessert scoops" like birthday cake or this sh*t is bananas. This is also a great option for brunch 3 days/week with food that will kick the ass out of any hangover you're enduring. 


 

2nd City


Information:

Address  525 Hudson St, New York, NY 10014

Phone:   (917) 639-3262

Neighborhood: West Village

Website: https://www.2ndcityusa.com/

Price: $-$$

 

Overview

I met Jordan Andino on my birthday, and a happy birthday it was! He is the wide smiling, charming personality behind 2nd City. Jordan's colorful persona is reflected in his brightly colored restaurant and menu. The space is super tiny with just 12 bar seats, and you'll most certainly wait in line but it will be 100% worth it. The menu was first described to me as "Asian ingredients in Mexican vessels" which is pretty spot on. There are Filipino ingredients wrapped up in bao buns, tacos, burritos, and rice bowls. The fast casual menu is crazy flavorful and constantly updated with weekly specials to keep things interesting. If you want to eat literal crack, head there on the weekends for the plan b-rito which is a flour tortilla stuffed with longanisa, eggs, cheese, ham, avocado, bacon and salsa. 


 

While We Were Young

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Overview

Introducing the West Village's newest chic cocktail bar. Every inch of the space was thoughtfully choreographed by owner Bradford Dunigan from the plush pink booths, to the flower petals outside and the custom neon "we were together, I forget the rest" sign. It is a lifestyle blogger's dream. I could really give a shit less if they serve food, the cocktails are that good. The bar program is wildly creative and insanely delicious. You'll see grown men confidently swigging lavender colored martinis and beauties sipping kale margaritas. They've aptly named drinks after my favorite hobbies like Texts from Last Night & Sleeping With Strangers. The tiny restaurant serves up a great menu of twists on classics, once you're properly on your way to inebriation.  Opt for the fried chicken and kale waffles, burrata on candied meyer lemon, or the good ol' kobe burger with pickles.  

Information:

Address 183 W 10th St, New York, NY 10014

Phone: (917) 675-6272

Neighborhood: West Village

Websitehttp://www.whilewewereyoungnyc.com/

Price: $$$

Attire: Casual/Trendy

Good for: cocktails, lifestyle photos, pretty girls


 

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Overview:

Italian eatery specializing in Tuscan fare served in a traditional, wood-paneled space.

Information:

Address: 570 Hudson St, New York, NY 10014

Phone: (212) 924-0818

Neighborhood: West Village

Website: http://frankies570.com/

Price: $$ -$$$


 

99 Bank

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Sprouted Salad - Kale, Quinoa, Avocado, Sunflower, Tomato, Lime Vinaigrette

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Buttermilk Pancakes - Fresh Berries, NY State Maple Syrup

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Frittata - Goat Feta, Tomato, Spinach, Caramelized Shallots, Field Greens

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Eggs Benedict - Poached Eggs, Toast, Hollandaise

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99 Bank Burger - Caramelized Onion, LTP , Sesame Bun, Hand Cut Fries

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Steak & Egg - Flat Iron Steak, Poached Egg, Tomato Provencal, Potato Hash

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Duck Bibimbop - Egg, Carrots, Honshemeji, Spinach, Bean Sprouts, Kimchi

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Address: 99 Bank St, New York, NY 10014

Phone(212) 524-0030

http://www.99banknyc.com/

Tavo

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Smash Tower - Three levels avocado wasabi smash topped with tuna tartare, bang bang duck and adobo pork

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Chorizo Shumai -  Bamboo steamed chorizo/ goat cheese dumplings, trio of sauces

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Lobster Avocado Toast - Multigrain toast, avocado. poached lobster,pistachio pesto, alfalfa sprouts, pomegranate

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Peking Duck Chilaquiles - Baked tortilla casserole, Peking shredded duck, green & red salsas,, creme fraiche, poached eggs

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TAVO Burger - Grilled Wagyu beef, brioche bun, pan-seared foie gras, avocado, sharp cheddar, portobello mushroom, bacon, truffle parmesan fries

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Creamy Arroz Morro - Mofongo cakes, creamy arroz morro, poached eggs, truffle oil

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Address: 615 Hudson St, New York, NY 10014

Phone(917) 675-6454

http://tavonyc.com/