Places to eat in East Village
Charming bars, eating joints, cafes and restaurants serves delicious food at affordable rates on every corner of the East Village. Here’s our list of best eating joints that will amaze you with its authentic and mouth-watering food.
DBGB Kitchen and Bar
With branches all across the globe, DBGB Kitchen and Bar is a creation of perfectionist chef Daniel Boulud. The restaurant stands out for its kitchen-sink scope and specialities like it for its simple soups and salads, and classics like roasted chicken breast, steak frites and Icelandic cod, making your feast absolutely amazing. Try a large variety of beer here; the most impressive in town.
Enjoy your Mexican food in the cool ambiance with dark lighting and trendy decor that contrasts with the open kitchen. Apart from the food being creative, the decor on the walls covered paintings and the trippy blue rooster are exciting and memorable. From the extensive list of drinks, you must try a mescal from this one of the most comprehensive selections of mescal in New York.
The restaurant’s speciality is its creative dish “Ramen King” Shigemi Kawahara’s tonkotsu. This dish is a pork-based broth and Akamaru modern, which is a smooth buttery soup. The eatery outlet is mostly packed with locals, and the excellent service, along with the incredibly cool ambiance make your dining experience extraordinary.
Momofuku Noodle Bar
The signature element of this bar is its stylish floor-to-ceiling windows, light wood panelling and long dining bar. You can try the scrumptious and best ramen in the city along with new dishes like pork-belly ramen and a variety of spicy miso. To make your dinner complete, finish off your meal with a treat from the huge selection of confectionaries.