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 …
24 5th Avenue
The folks at Claudette deserve applause for having given fresh life to a frequently shuttered address; transforming it into a light filled, airy space with French country accents.
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.
Jack’s Wife Freda
244 Lafayette St
Jack’s Wife Freda is a comfortable, casual eatery that is pleasantly buzzing (if not totally jammed) almost any time of day.
77 Worth St
Some of the city’s most serious food is being served in this tiny, tucked-away Tribeca restaurant.
Bistro Les Amis
180 Spring St
Bistro Les Amis provides everything one can want from a dining experience: friendly service, comfortable atmosphere and mouth-watering delights from start to finish.
Sant Ambroeus – Soho
265 Lafayette St
Pop in for morning coffee and a ham-and-cheese croissant, or maybe an early evening aperitivo drink.
210 6th Ave
Souen prepares things simply and naturally, offering the best quality grains, beans, and produce with no chemicals, preservatives, meat or dairy products used in their kitchen.
558 Broome St
La Sirène is a little French bistro hidden away near the entrance to the Holland Tunnel.