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.
235 W 12th St
The cozy space, made up of two small rooms, is a hit with the neighborhood crowd.
172 Orchard St
Mission Cantina has the feel of a neighborhood place, a casual spot to have a beer and a few tacos and maybe something that will surprise you.
6 Bond St
BONDST provides fresh, exciting Japanese offerings in a cooler than cool setting surrounded by beautiful waiters and diners alike.
219 Mulberry St
Ruby’s prides itself on using fresh local produce balanced with Australian culinary influences to provide some of the best food, espresso coffee and drinks in the city.
142 Mercer St
A Soho seafood mecca for those with glamorous looks and good taste.
85 10th Ave
Promising a "true Italian trattoria experience," Del Posto offers thoughtful, experienced service paired with an expansive space where tables aren't stacked on top of each other.
The largest all-day French bistro NoHo has ever seen.