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The Neighborhood Guide
Angel’s Share

8 Stuyvesant Street
This tiny, tough to find Japanese speakeasy has become an East Village institution, thanks to expertly made cocktails and a strict adherence to quality, elegance, and the rules. The bar …

The Rusty Knot

425 West Street
To say the décor at The Rusty Knot, located on the West Side Highway, is kitsch, would be a grave understatement. Here, you’ll find their eponymous cocktail – essentially a …

Emmett’s

50 Macdougal Street
In a city that offers every bell and whistle you can imagine, sometimes you just want to keep things simple. Emmett’s is just that. With a no frills atmosphere, Emmett’s …

Barbuto

775 Washington Street
Since opening in 2004, Barbuto has become a true West Village classic. Located in a former garage space on the ground floor of Industria Superstudios, the restaurant has the fortune …

Bar Bolonat

611 Hudson Street
You might be familiar with Einat Admony. Her Nolita restaurant Balaboosta is a perennial favorite for fresh Middle Eastern and Mediterranean fare inspired by her Israeli roots, and her takeout …

An Choi

85 Orchard Street
With a small two-room dining area and a carry-out business that’s beloved by LES locals, An Choi has become known for a selection of Vietnamese bahn mi sandwiches, pho soups …

Angel’s Share

8 Stuyvesant Street
This tiny, tough to find Japanese speakeasy has become an East Village institution, thanks to expertly made cocktails and a strict adherence to quality, elegance, and the rules. The bar …

The Rusty Knot

425 West Street
To say the décor at The Rusty Knot, located on the West Side Highway, is kitsch, would be a grave understatement. Here, you’ll find their eponymous cocktail – essentially a …

Emmett’s

50 Macdougal Street
In a city that offers every bell and whistle you can imagine, sometimes you just want to keep things simple. Emmett’s is just that. With a no frills atmosphere, Emmett’s …

Barbuto

775 Washington Street
Since opening in 2004, Barbuto has become a true West Village classic. Located in a former garage space on the ground floor of Industria Superstudios, the restaurant has the fortune …

Bar Bolonat

611 Hudson Street
You might be familiar with Einat Admony. Her Nolita restaurant Balaboosta is a perennial favorite for fresh Middle Eastern and Mediterranean fare inspired by her Israeli roots, and her takeout …

An Choi

85 Orchard Street
With a small two-room dining area and a carry-out business that’s beloved by LES locals, An Choi has become known for a selection of Vietnamese bahn mi sandwiches, pho soups …