Best American Restaurants in NoHo
Best American Restaurants in NoHo
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Best Italian Restaurants in NoHo
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Klong is popular for its modern take on classical Thai cuisine. Apart from regular dine-in and takeout options, the restaurant offers delivery service throughout New York City. The ambiance is trendy with decor inspired by East Asian culture. Klong is a great restaurant for a casual dinner with friends or for a cozy date with a loved one.
Shrimp summer rolls with tofu, mint, lettuce, cucumbers, carrots and vermicelli are served with black hoisin sauce as a popular appetizer. Any vegans visiting Klong can start with tofu-based appetizers like sesame tofu served with sweet chili sauce and peanuts. If you are a fan of spicy food, you can order prig khing for a main course, which is served with jasmine rice. You can end your Thai meal with a unique dessert like green tea ice cream.More
Village Yokocho is located in New York on the second floor of the East Village’s Stuyvesant Street. Opened in 1995, this Tokyo-themed restaurant serves the Japanese version of comfort food. This includes beer from that country and sake.
At Village Yokocho, meat, seafood and vegetables can be ordered on the skewer. Some popular choices include chicken skin, duck with scallions, beef, squid legs, chicken gizzard and quail egg. Other popular options at Village Yokocho are the breaded and deep fried items – called kushiage – made with eggplant, pumpkin, corn, shrimp or white fish. Those who love dumplings will not be disappointed; ingredients like pan fried shrimp, steamed crab and wasabi are used.More
Sharaku offers a quiet and calm atmosphere to enjoy Japanese cuisine along with a sushi bar. The lunch specials are served well into the afternoon. Come with a group of friends or coworkers to dine on sushi or sashimi. Sharaku serves many entrées like the chicken of Sharaku, salmon steak and beef Yakiniku. For vegetarians, there are several choices including a tofu steak with mushroom sauce and several vegetarian rolls.
Stop by for drinks before dinner or a night on the town. A full bar with a large cocktail selection ensures there is a something that pairs well with every dish. Take-out and delivery is also available for anyone that cannot stay to dine in.More
The Central Bar is New York�s East Village Irish pub, offering a lively atmosphere, a full-service bar and a menu filled with delicious pub fare. With a more upscale feeling than the typical pub, this is a great place to watch the game with a sophisticated drink. Central Bar serves both brunch and dinner.
The menu at Central Bar includes curry, fish and chips, fajitas and burgers, as well as appetizers like hand-cut fries. Enjoy a variety of craft beers, including gluten-free options, or a glass of white, red or rose wine. Signature cocktails round out the menu, so that everyone will enjoy their evening at Central Bar.More
Sevilla Restaurant is the landmark for Spanish cuisine in Greenwich Village. It has been serving authentic Spanish dishes in the neighborhood for more than 60 years. At Sevilla, you can taste all the vibrant flavors of southern Spain without leaving the city. Take a gastronomic journey through a variety of appetizers, soups, seafood and fish, poultry, meats and desserts.
Enjoy the traditional ambiance of a Spanish restaurant with matador hats, mounted bulls' heads and other artifacts adorning the wooden walls of Sevilla. During the week, stop by with friends and family for a delicious dinner. On Fridays and Saturdays, Sevilla is a great place to meet up with friends for a drink at the fully stocked bar.More
Phebe’s Tavern & Grill is located in the heart of the East Village in New York, New York. Residents of the East Village visit Phebe’s to watch a game and grab a drink in its relaxed dining room or order classic American comfort food such as Phebe’s grilled cheese, pesto pasta, or warm chicken salad.
The atmosphere at Phebe’s Tavern & Grill is warm and inviting with an opening dining room, large bar, many windows, and potted plants giving it a classic downtown New York feel. Whether you are looking to unwind with a cocktail after a long day, or in the mood for a fresh and comforting meal, Phebe’s Tavern & Grill will be sure to impress.More
Blue Ginger is a Japanese sushi restaurant. The atmosphere inside the dining area could best be described as contemporary and moody. Soft orange light fills the room and the walls are decorated with massive murals of Japanese drawings and paintings. The sushi bar is located all along one of the main walls, where guest can observe Blue Ginger's sushi chefs carefully constructing each and every roll.
For diners on the go, Blue Ginger makes for a perfect business lunch. They offer specialty lunch bento boxes that can be made quickly and offer a variety of sushi or cooked options. Popular bento boxes include salmon teriyaki, chicken teriyaki, shrimp and veggie tempura, fish katsu, eel kabayaki and beef negimaki. Blue Ginger also has a full bar with several types of imported sake that can be served chilled or warmed up.More
The Wren is the perfect place for an after dinner drink or to have brunch on the weekends. The hipster ambiance and live music events every weekend give it a trendy feel that is comfortable for both a group of friends that wants to hang out for a few hours or a couple that just wants to talk over drinks. The Wren offers small plates during the dinner and late hours that include fish and chips, fried calamari and summer squash, and several snack boards of meat and cheese. The full bar is stocked with international wines served by the glass or bottle, draft and bottled beers as well as an extensive list of cocktails. The brunch menu at the Wren includes bourbon churros, rosemary home fries, scrambled eggs and smoked trout as well as the traditional Bloody Marys, wines and a wide array of cocktails.More
Lafayette House is a stunning and charming place to stay when visiting New York City, or for New Yorkers who want a quick way to escape Manhattan. It is an iconic building that has been around since 1848, filling the air with a lot of history. Located in the Noho area, those who stay at Lafayette House will find that there is much to do in the area, from sightseeing and shopping, to an abundance of restaurants and bars to sit in.
The rooms at Lafayette House will have guests feeling as if they are transported to another world. There are stunning, marble fireplaces for those who love to feel the warmth against the skin and hear the crackling sounds in the air. Deep soaking bathtubs provide immense comfort. The hotel also has lovely outdoor areas for customers to grab some fresh air.More
Sláinte in New York City, New York is the perfect spot to enjoy twenty rotational craft beers, a comfortable neighborhood décor and excellent food that uses fresh local produce. The menu is not very large but has plenty to keep you happy. Start with an appetizer platter of sliders, tacos, wings, nachos and onion rings or perhaps a bowl of chili.
Beyond an appetizer you might enjoy a Cajun chicken sandwich, steak wrap, smoked Gouda mac n cheese, fish & chips or a blackened salmon salad. The sliders and burgers at Sláinte are also quite popular, particularly the "man burger"with two 6-ounce beef patties, bacon, chipotle and American cheese. Finish off your meal at Sláinte with the funnel cake fries or chocolate fudge brownie.More
Celebrities, such as Chrissy Teigen, are raving about New York City restaurant Fish Cheeks. Authentic Thai cuisine is the specialty at this Bond Street establishment. Brightly colored chairs paired with wooden tables make the dining room feel fun and casual and the open kitchen allows guests to watch the chefs create the flavorful dishes on the menu. The attentive and friendly staff at Fish Cheeks is happy to help with everything from taking reservations to advising guests on the menu.
The menu at Fish Cheeks features authentic Thai food. Popular menu items include Tom Yum soup, Crab fried rice, coconut crab curry and crispy fried branzino. Visit for lunch, dinner or use the delivery option to enjoy Fish Cheeks cuisine in the comfort of home.More
AMAZINGGGG! I would come back here anytime! I came for restaurant week but their menu was so diverse i didnt order from the fixed menu. Guys the Chino Latino dish is EVERYTHING! I'm not a big fan of red meat so i was nervous to order this. But it was so flavorful OMGGG! Perfect mix of cuban and asian flavors. Drinks were good too, disclaimer: Happy hour prices only available at the bar. Besides the food, the ambiance was so nice! The decor was absolutely stunning, definitely made an impression as soon as i walked in! I love that they play recent Latino songs but at a decent volume, where you can talk to your friend and still bump to the music. Only slightly negative thing is that waiters take awhile. But maybe they were short-staff that day. Asia de Cuba is definitely on my go-to places in NYC. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Experience the taste of authentic Italian cuisine at Quartino Bottega Organica. The restaurant serves platters of food that is prepared with locally grown seasonal vegetables, organic grains, artisan dairy products from grass-fed cows, free range chicken eggs, Alaskan salmon and other local fish, as well as its own production cold pressed extra-virgin olive oil and water filtered right at the establishment.
Guests can order appetizers such as the soup of the day with whole-wheat croutons and avocado salad with parmesan. Quartino’s main entrées range from brown rice or farro with green peas and wild salmon to homemade whole-wheat lasagna with pesto. Patrons can complete the dining experience with traditionally produced wines in addition to desserts like flourless chocolate cake or chocolate gelato with espresso. Quartino also offers vegan and gluten-free options. Its summer and winter garden can accommodate parties of up to 35 people seated or 50 standing.More
The Great Jones Cafe is a fun bar and restaurant located in the heart of New York City. It's easy to understand what this cafe is all about as soon as you step inside. Chalkboards announcing the day's specials and a few jokes are lined up behind the bar and are lit by a string of multicolored Christmas lights. In the corner sits an old jukebox that still picks up the records and plays them the old fashioned way. The Great Jones Cafe is full of personality.
The menu at Great Jones Cafe offers a variety of classic dishes from across America. Guests can enjoy an authentic Texas beef chili, move on to a spicy gumbo with andouille sausage and finish it all off with a delightfully tart key lime pie. For drinks, try a locally brewed beer or craft cocktail made at the bar.More
First time and a great time! Food was impeccable and service was sublime! Very ahead of the curve with pre meal contact and wonderfully friendly faces when you arrive. Sommelier had complete command of the wine list and our service person Johnny took complete control and provided a happy and winning experience! MoreOpenTable Diner -
Le Pain Quotidien is a Bleecker Street favorite, offering fresh and organic baked bread as well as a large menu of seasonal fare. Guests enjoy traditional French and American cuisine such as avocado toast, yogurt parfaits, smoked salmon and quiche. Le Quotidien, which means “The Daily Bread”, offers just that - fresh items served on a daily basis for all New York guests to enjoy.
Le Pain Quotidien serves menu items seasonally, subjecting the entire menu to change with the availability of fresh and organic ingredients. The restaurant never sacrifices quantity for quality, and continues to serve artisanal and fresh ingredients on a daily basis.More
Featuring a full service a la carte menu crafted seasonally by skilled executive chefs, the NYU Torch Club presents an extensive selection of appetizers, salads, entrées and much more.
At the NYU Torch Club everything is made from scratch as soon as you order it, guaranteeing freshness and flavor. Using prime ingredients, you can take your pick from dishes such as pan seared rosemary chicken, red quinoa the NYC way and much more. NYU Torch Club also offers sandwiches, served with your choice of chips or salad, like the Mediterranean salmon burger and grilled chicken curry sandwich. For dessert, you'll find seasonal fruit plates, cheesecake and much more.More
NoHo Diners' Choice Winners
NoHo's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
The atmosphere is casual and friendly. The artichoke appetizer we had was fabulous. The bucatini with olive oil and parmigiano was outstanding, as was the linguini wit mussels. This is one of our top restaurants in the city. We will definitely be back! MoreOpenTable Diner -