174 Elizabeth St, New York, NY 10012
“Pink as f**k” is the slogan for Soho’s latest and most vibrant addition to Elizabeth Street, Pietro Nolita. The intimate 30 seat restaurant is a colorful oasis with a menu …
86 W 3rd St
The vibe here is Old World; black-suited Italian waitstaff are solicitous and formal, the dining room is dim and cozy, and prices are unabashedly high.
181 Thompson St.
The restaurant pays homage to the essence of the great Italian-American restaurants of mid-20th century in New York, with familiar, comforting dishes.
5 King St
The food menu leans vaguely Italian and is devoid of the usual constraints of “appetizer” and “main course,” divided instead into raw bar, pasta and small plates.
349 E 12th St
Motorino makes impressive specialty pies that feature items like brussels sprouts, soppressata piccante, cremini mushrooms, and more.
Sant Ambroeus – Soho
265 Lafayette St
Pop in for morning coffee and a ham-and-cheese croissant, or maybe an early evening aperitivo drink.
52 Greenwich Ave
Great food, great wine, and thoughtful service add up to something much more than a typical wine bar prototype at Gottino in the West Village.
60 Greenpoint Ave
A cozy space surrounded by people who love food and arguably the best pizza in town? Worth a trip on the G train.
156 E. 2nd St
Highlights include their nightly supper and risotto specials, ranging from succulent osso bucco dinner on Sunday to pears & gorgonzola risotto on Thursday.