Restaurants in Greenwich Village, NY


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Ippudo Ny Inc

Ippudo Ny Inc

New York, NY

RAMEN!!! If you go w a group you can ask for small bowls and share ramen, that way you can sample several. Check out specials.

Catch

Catch

New York, NY

Top Chef Winner Hung Huynh's restaurant in the Meatpacking district is a solid winner for excellent cocktails and approachable comforting cuisine.

Bonfire Chicken & Burgers

Bonfire Chicken & Burgers

New York, NY

Not the best burger in the 5 boroughs, but it's reasonably priced and not hard to swallow in the least.

Top Restaurants in Greenwich Village, NY



Restaurants in Greenwich Village, NY
Knickerbocker Bar And Grill

Knickerbocker Bar And Grill

33 University Pl, New York


It looks too modern to be old, but in fact this is one of the oldest bars in New York; it's been refurbished, but the ghosts are still there, along with the steak and shrimp…
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La Lanterna Caffe

La Lanterna Caffe

129 MacDougal St, New York


I went there with my boyfriend for my birthday dinner... Without having to wait a minute, the waitress escorted us to a kind of "winter garden" dining room... AWWWWW!!! The small…
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Stand

Stand

24 E 12th St, New York


Some of the best burgers in town can be had at this NYU joint, which is open late and has great shakes and cocktails. The burgers all Pat LaFrieda specialty blends and travel well…
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Next Door at La Lanterna di Vittorio

Next Door at La Lanterna di Vittorio

129 MacDougal St, New York


I hate NOT giving this place 5 stars. The only reason I didn't was that some of the food, like the plain lasagna was only very good-- not spectacular. (The desserts, and the liquor…
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Cafe Wha?

Cafe Wha?

115 Macdougal St, New York


It's rare that a live music venue from the Village's heyday can keep not only open but vital -- just ask CBGB or the Bitter End. But Cafe Wha was there when young Bob Dylan hit…
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Babbo

Babbo

110 Waverly Pl, New York


Mario Batali's flagship hasn't lost its fastball; its vivid, ballsy take on Italian food continues to constantly change and impress.
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Strip House

Strip House

13 E 12th St, New York


Formerly a generic trader-bait steakhouse of no particular note, Strip House has zoomed up in quality since its purchase in 2012 and now serves some of the best beef town.
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Mamoun's Restaurant

Mamoun's Restaurant

119 Macdougal St, New York


The best cheap falafel in the city. The shawarma is great too. Make sure to get it to go and dine Washington Square Park.
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Pearl Oyster Bar

Pearl Oyster Bar

18 Cornelia St, New York


Everyone flocks here for the Lobster Rolls, but the fried oysters are the real treats.
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Florencia 13

Florencia 13

185 Sullivan St, New York


This place Rocks! When I've traveled into N.Y. and have had my share of good pizza and Italian food, I always want a touch of home, L.A. vicinity, I've found that Florencia 13 is…
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Babbo Ristorante. The first, best, and most enduring of Mario Batali's restaurants changed the face of Italian cooking in America, giving it a rock-and-roll vitalilty and snout-to-tail, pepper-powered gusto. The world may have caught up with it, but this remains one of the country's great restaurants. … read more


Peanut Butter & Co. Ants on a log? The Elvis? Iconic PB recipes come alive here, bringing you back to your childhood because, well ... there are so many children here every time I come. But you can grab your sandwich and root beer ice cream float and hightail it to a corner or nearby Washington Square Park, where you'll remember why peanut butter was once the only thing you needed for lunch.… read more


Ippudo Ny Inc. Need a legit bowl of ramen? Hit up Ippudo and enjoy some cocktails, amazing appetizers and a pipping hot bowl of noodles. I vote Hakata style with a poached egg.… read more