Greenwich Village+ Restaurants $$

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Heartland Brewery, 10003 Cooper
  35 Union Square West (CLOSED) - Union Square - New York, NY              
Remember, while you're patronizing the bustling stands of the green market, that Heartland Brewery is right across the street. Come on in, put down those shopping bags and stay for a bite and a pint...or two...
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Common Ground Bar and Restaurant, 10009 Peter Stuyvesant
  206 Avenue A - bet. 12th St. & 13th St. - New York, NY              
Blending the creature comforts of a lounge with the friendly atmosphere of a neighborhood pub, Common Ground stands out as a unique destination in the bustling East Village.
The large bay windows in front open to reveal cozy suede banquettes, antique mirrors and exposed brick. Wooden shelves stocked with leatherbound books are lit by crystal chandeliers, giving the feel of a classic library tucked within a 19th Century mansion.
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Osso Buco, 10003 Cooper
  88 University Pl. (11th-12th Streets) - Greenwich Village - New York, NY              
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BondSt, 10012 Prince
  6 Bond St - New York, NY              
Noho Japanese Restaurant. Between Lafayette St & Shinbone Aly.
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Capsouto Freres, 10013 Canal Street
  451 Washington - (Watts Street) - New York, NY              
A warm and classy bistro, the restaurant throughout the years, it has found and still finds its way into the heart of New Yorkers and visitors from all over the world.
Part of the restaurant’s charm and appeal is its warm atmosphere conducive to conversation. Capsouto Freres’ fine wines and exciting menus provide a harmonious blend of innovation and tradition. As a tribute to its spectacular souffles, Capsouto Freres has affectionately been dubbed the "souffle sanctuary".
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Dirt Candy, 10009 Peter Stuyvesant
  430 E. 9th st - New York, NY              
"Anyone can cook a hamburger, but leave the vegetables to the professionals."
What is dirt candy? Vegetables, of course. When you eat a vegetable you’re eating little more than dirt that’s been transformed by plenty of sunshine and rain into something that’s full of flavor: Dirt Candy. It’s also the name of this veggie-focused restaurant, which opened in October, 2008.
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EN Japanese Brasserie, 10003 Cooper
  435 Hudson St (between Leroy St & Morton St) - West Village - New York, NY              
With over 40 restaurants in Japan, Executive Chef, Koji Nakano, and Chef de Cuisine, Abe Hiroki, have created a menu that combines traditional dishes with EN original recipes. Fresh tofu, handcrafted miso and housemade soy sauce show a dedication to authenticity rarely seen in NYC. Signature dishes like our Saikyo Miso Grilled Black Cod and Berkshire Pork Belly Braised in Sansho Miso reveal the exciting culinary Japanese landscape outside of sushi.
Designer Ichiro Sato has brought a modern Tokyo aesthetic to NYC with soaring ceilings and oversized windows to provide a backdrop for warm woods and authentic antique panels. The sleek, intimate lounge serves a full menu, and the dramatic, spacious dining room is moored by an open kitchen on one end and a beautiful arrangement in the center.
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Chelsea Brewing Company, 10011 Old Chelsea
  Chelsea Piers, Pier 59 - New York, NY              
Manhattan's largest microbrewery. The brewery consists of a copper and brass 30 barrel brewhouse, six 60 barrel uni-tanks, four 30 barrel uni-tanks, two 60 barrel bright beer tanks and six 15 barrel servers which are located behind the bar in the restaurant.
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Casa Bella Restaurant, 10013 Canal Street
  127 Mulberry Street - (Hester Street) - New York, NY              
"We have three dining rooms, a large bar with dining and smoking permitted. Seating for 80 people at our outside cafe during May through October. Located at our famous outside Mall, on the well known corner of Mulberry Street, where the GoodFellas walk by. There are plenty of colorful tables, umbrellas, music, singing and real good Italian food. That is what our restaurant in old fashioned Little Italy is all about."
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Peep, 10012 Prince
  177 Prince St - New York, NY              
Peep is a boutique restaurant where you can enjoy top-notch Thai cuisine for dinner or stop by for some late night cocktails off of our specialty drink menu. The modern design features pink neon accents, a high mirrored ceiling, and plush white seats along the bar. Peep in SoHo is the perfect place to enjoy a lunch box, a plate of Pad Thai or entree of Crispy Golden Pork. The presentation is just as fabulous as the food itself! Head on over for delicious thai dishes, refreshing drinks and some of the friendliest service in SoHo. Don't forget to check out our award winning bathrooms that you can "Peep" out of and into the restuarant! Call and make your reservation today!
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Shopsins, 10002 Knickerbocker
  120 Essex St - New York, NY              
Welcome to Shopsins, the classic NYC diner owned by legendary chef/owner Kenny Shopsin. The restaurant and its owner were the subject of of the 2004 documentary "I Like Killing Flies". Shopsins offers experimental, unorthodox dishes that you are guaranteed to remember for a long time.
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Chez Sardine, 10014 Village
  183 West 10th Street - New York, NY              
Welcome to Chez Sardine, a New York restaurant experience you won't want to miss.
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Philip Marie Restaurant, 10014 Village
  569 Hudson Street (West 11th Street) - New York, NY              
New American Cuisine in the Heart of the West Village. Philip Marie is not only known for consistently innovative cuisine, but also for its warm and attentive staff, maintaining an extremely devoted clientele. In addition, Philip Marie features outdoor dining and two private dining rooms, perfect for any occasion.
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Mesa Grill, 10011 Old Chelsea
  102 5th Ave - Flatiron, Union Square - New York, NY              
Bobby Flay's cookbooks are available for purchase at the restaurant; so is his poultry rub, the ingredients of which are listed on the back of the restaurant's cards.
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Puglia Ristorante, 10013 Canal Street
  189 Hester Street - (Mott-Mulberry Streets) - New York, NY              
The name "Puglia" is a region in Southern Italy from which he immigrated. People came from far to indulge in the delicacies Gregorio prepared; Capuzzello (sheepshead), Tripe (the lining of the stomach of a young ox), and Pasta E Fagioli (pasta and beans), but what they loved the most was the way he treated everyone like his own family.
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Chelsea Brewing Company, 10011 Old Chelsea
  Pier 59, Chelsea Piers - (18th St. & West Side Hwy.) - New York, NY              
The Chelsea Brewing Company is located on pier 59 which is also the home of New York City's only high-tech Golf driving range and a 30,000 square foot fashion photography studio.
The 12,000 square foot restaurant & microbrewery features 24 foot ceilings, mahogany wood bars and a cigar lounge. All this is located behind a two story wall of glass with a pristine view of a 60 slip marina on the Hudson River. The brew house specializes in serving up to 20 handcrafted premium beers, offers an extensive wine, single malt scotch and liquor list as well as a variety of gourmet pizzas, pastas, salads and gourmet pub cuisine
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Mission Chinese Food, 10002 Knickerbocker
  154 Orchard St - Between Rivington & Stanton St - New York, NY              
Mission Chinese Food is a eat-in, take out restaurant that welcomes any walk-in customers. Visit and enjoy delicious new flavors!
Mission Chinese Food donates $0.75 from the sale of each entree to the Food Bank for NYC. Mission Chinese Food thanks its customers for their continued support!
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Ootoya, 10011 Old Chelsea
  8 W 18th St - New York, NY              
Many well-known and popular Japanese dishes such as sushi, tempura, and kaiseki (traditional multi-course meals) are not quite every day meals in Japan. More commonly found on everyday dining table is known as "ofukuro no aji," or taste of mom's home cooking prepared with fresh ingredients with a high concern for overall nutritious values and balance.
OOTOYA's specialty is this traditional home cooking in set-meal style, or teishoku. Every day, Ootoya works with passion to pursuit perfect fusion of fresh ingredients, preparation techniques, and skilled chef. Ootoya is delighted to introduce teishoku as an addition to sushi, tempura, and other Japanese menus currently available in New York.
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The Marrow, 10014 Village
  99 Bank St. (corner of Greenwich & Bank Streets) - New York, NY              
The Marrow is a contemporary German and Italian restaurant located amidst picturesque brownstones and cobblestone streets in the West Village. Run by Chef Harold Dieterle and Alicia Nosenzo, owners of nearby Perilla and Kin Shop, the restaurant aims to be a neighborhood restaurant as much as a destination. The food is inspired by the ethnic heritage of Harold’s parents, reflecting his father’s German ancestry and mother’s Italian lineage. To complement The Marrow’s menu, Alicia Nosenzo and Beverage Director Jill Roberts, have created an extensive, yet approachable beverage program that includes nearly 400 wines, with a strong emphasis on Italian, German, and Austrian producers. Specialty cocktails and a curated selection of craft beers will also be available. The refined, yet casual dining room brings together the regional spirit that is featured on the menu and features a large L-shaped granite bar, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a soon to open 20-seat private dining room.
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Sushi Samba 7, 10014 Village
  87 Seventh Ave. South - (Barrow Street) - New York, NY              
SUSHISAMBA's, where you'll find out more about the cuisine, culture, music, design and lifestyle of SUSHISAMBA. Plus, shop SUSHISAMBA!
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Merchants Chelsea, 10011 Old Chelsea
  112 Seventh Ave. - (16th-17th Streets) - New York, NY              
Merchants Hospitality, LLC (MH) is a full service restaurant management and consulting company with offices in Manhattan NY, Boca Raton FL, and Miami FL. MH developed restaurants have broad national appeal and as a result, it has been afforded with significant opportunities to expand its business and generate favorable returns.  
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Lupa Osteria Romana, 10012 Prince
  170 Thompson Street - (Houston-Bleecker Streets) - New York, NY              
Lupa Osteria Romana opened its doors on October 1, 1999 under the partnership of Jason Denton, Mario Batali and Joseph Bastianich, and Mark Ladner. The idea behind the four men was to open a casual restaurant specializing in Roman trattoria fare of the highest quality at a moderate price. The restaurant has met its promise, offering a unique dining experience with a true "Lupa" dimension.
Under the direction of Mark Ladner, executive chef, the menu at Lupa has received rave reviews from many prominent critics, magazines and newspapers. This is the result of Lupa's uniqueness that other restaurants in New York are not able to match. In 2005, Steve Connaughton took over the helm as executive chef after four years as Mark Ladner's sous chef.
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Dos Caminos Soho, 10012 Prince
  475 West Broadway - New York, NY              
Moving South of the Border (south of Houston Street, that is) Dos Caminos SoHo has brought the fiesta downtown, capturing the true spirit of genuine Mexican cuisine. Executive Chefs Scott Linquist and Manuel Trevino III continue to spice up the New York Mexican scene. From after-work margaritas to a fiesta-friendly lunch, dinner or brunch, Dos Caminos SoHo has also earned a place among the city's top Mexican spots. Let the celebration at Dos Caminos SoHo begin!
Consider the menu a boarding pass to Mexico City. Enjoy Cazuela de Queso, Rib Eye Steak Alambre or one of our other modern takes on traditional Mexican cuisine like the Grilled Kobe Beef Tacos with Caramelized Onions. And no one should miss the fresh, made-to-order guacamole (that Food & Wine called the City's Best) served with homemade tortilla chips - or veggies for those counting carbs!
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Agave Southwestern, 10014 Village
  140 Seventh Ave. South - New York, NY              
"Step beyond our atrium. Agave's serene, smart adobe scene provides a glowing setting for the fusion of tradition and Southwestern innovation of Chef Richard Pang.
Our menus are created with the greatest care to ensure an enchanted experience. Highlights include seared Ahi tuna tataki tostaditas, squash blossom tacos with smoked tomato and caciotta, puerco sabana and pepita crusted salmon."
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Blue Water Grill, 10003 Cooper
  31 Union Square West - (16th Street) - New York, NY              
Voted 11th Most Popular Restaurant in New York in the 2008 Zagat Survey and applauded as a restaurant that is "perfect for dates" and "never disappoints," Blue Water Grill is a dining destination in the heart of Union Square. Loyal guests and curious visitors are drawn to the former Metropolitan Bank space that features sexy, dimly-lit red chandeliers illuminating the intimate dining room, a spacious people-watching outdoor café and a cozy subterranean lounge featuring live jazz music.
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Ninja New York, 10013 Canal Street
  25 Hudson Street - Manhattan - New York, NY              
Welcome to Ninja, where the goal is to impress you, the guest, with immersive ambiance, decoration and service, bringing you back to the time of the Ninja warrior... come experience the world of the Ninja, and enjoy dishes that are as pleasing to the eye as they are to taste. Come and partake in this unique restaurant experience.
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Angelo and Maxie's Steakhouse, 10003 Cooper
  233 Park Ave. South - (19th Street) - New York, NY              
Angelo & Maxie’s® Steakhouse is a full-service restaurant renowned for its thick, juicy high quality steaks and inviting 1930s atmosphere; the restaurant emphasizes friendly service and American abundance at moderate prices.
The Original Angelo & Maxie’s is located at 233 Park Avenue South in Manhattan, on the corner of 19th Street and Park Avenue South in the city’s Flat Iron District.
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Camaje Bistro & Lounge, 10012 Prince
  85 MacDougal Street - (between Bleecker and Houston) - New York, NY              
Camaje is a French American bistro in the Heart of Greenwich Village. Often called a hidden gem, Camaje also offers popular hands-on cooking classes, Dark Dining events (a special culinary experience where guests are blindfolded in order to fully engage their palate) and is perfect for small private events (up to 25 people).
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Umbertos Clam House, 10013 Canal Street
  178 Mulberry Street - (Broome Street) - New York, NY              
Umberto’s full menu of Italian seafood specialties, traditional ocean fare, pastas, steaks and chops, is available by clicking here. Umberto’s original offerings of red and white clam sauces, in hot, medium or sweet varieties over an assortment of pastas are still among its most requested dishes.