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Market Table

54 Carmine St at Bedford St
(212) 255-2100

Located in the West Village, Market Table is a seasonal American restaurant, influenced by Chef Mike Price’s childhood on the family farm coupled with years working besides talented chefs. The... Read More

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Commerce

50 Commerce St between Bedford & Barrow Sts
(212) 524-2301

Down a quaint alleyway in the West Village lies Commerce, a contemporary American restaurant housed in a historic building. During Prohibition, revelers snuck in when it was a speakeasy, and the 50... Read More

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Minetta Tavern

113 MacDougal Street West 3rd and Bleecker St
(212) 475-3850

The historic Minetta Tavern has had a host of identities over the years, from speakeasy to hangout for literary notables including F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, Ezra Pound, and e.e.... Read More

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Babbo

110 Waverly Pl between 6th Ave & MacDougal St
212-777-0303

Leave the kids at home when venturing into the exciting Italian dining experience of Babbo, one of Mario Batali’s Michelin-rated restaurants in New York. Warm tripe and lamb’s tongue are... Read More

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RedFarm

529 Hudson between Charles & W 10th
212-792-9700

The authenticity and prices of Dim Sum eateries in Chinatown and far-flung outer boroughs maybe can’t be beat, but there’s nothing wrong with sticking to the West Village and classing things up a... Read More

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Blue Ribbon Bakery

35 Downing St., New York, NY (@ Bedford St.)
212.337.0404
www.blueribbonrestaurants.com

One of the many Bromberg Bros. restaurants, Blue Ribbon Bakery began on a picturesque West Village corner nearly 15 years ago.  Despite its many accolades including winner of the “Best Brunch in... Read More

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The Spotted Pig

314 West 11th St., New York, NY (@ Greenwich St.)
888.325.4203
www.thespottedpig.com

The Spotted Pig opened on a quiet corner of the West Village in February of 2007 – New York’s first official gastropub. April Bloomfield is the reigning “Queen of meat” here, bona fide pork... Read More