East Village (New York) Restaurants

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Le Souk

47 Ave B, New York, New York NY (East Village) United States

212.777.5454

Sibling restaurateurs Marcus and Sam Jacobs are the creators of the three room fantasy known as Le Souk. Top notch dj's, live percussionists, belly dancers (male and female) & tarot card readers provide a great means for entertainment. Featuring: Three distinct areas Enclosed Courtyard w/ full bar & DJ booth Late Night Dinner & Tapas [more]

Butter

415 Lafayette St, New York, New York NY (East Village) United States

212-253-2828

In March 2002, Scott Sartiano and Richie Akiva Opened Their first restaurant, Butter to the public. Featuring a unique design, Butter represents a new breed of American Restaurants. Richie and Scott were inspired by the idea of giving the best of both worlds in one space: a formal dining atmosphere upstairs with great food and a more "laid back" [more]

B BAR (Bowery Bar)

40 E 4th St, New York, New York NY (East Village) United States

(212) 475-2220

(Formerly known as "Bowery Bar") This East Village hot spot is notorious for drawing a beautiful crowd of 20- and 30-somethings, all looking to bring the party to the bar. Celebrities have practically lived at this bar since its prime in the late 90’s, and the scene has yet to die down. The bar offers a martini list that includes [more]

Kion Dining Lounge

509 East 6th St., New York, New York NY (East Village) United States

212-529-5200

Fusion(fyu-zh&n)noun - merging of diverse, distinct, or separate elements into a unified whole ------ Kión Redefines Fusion with Peruvian Japanese Cuisine in a Setting that Blends Dining and Lounging. From the merging of Japanese and Peruvian flavors, to the melding of a lounge atmosphere with comfortable dining, Kión brings together diverse [more]

SB3

33 Avenue B, New York, New York NY (East Village) United States

(212) 228-4461

SB3 This East Village bar is a cozy, down-to-earth spot that fits right into the neighborhood. With French doors opening out into the street in the warm weather, SB3 is an ideal people-watching spot. But this is no old school Alphabet City dive. With its sidewalk hostess station, high bar-style seating and a menu half-filled with bottle [more]

Luca Lounge

220 Avenue B, New York, New York NY (East Village) United States

212.674.9400

Luca Lounge is a relaxed, intimate neighborhood spot with fantastic drink specials and a chill vibe which draws a faithful, diverse crowd who gather for food, drinks, sports on the big screen, comedy shows, and other weekly events like the Cine Club and a knitting circle. [more]

Bar Veloce

175 Second Avenue, New York, New York NY (East Village) United States

212 260 3200

Bar Veloce opened its doors in March, 2000 in Manhattan's East Village. Fusing an Italian-style paninoteca (panini bar) with a modern wine bar, its goal was to deliver exciting, reasonably priced Italian wine and food to discerning New Yorkers. That being said, the focus never strayed from the fact that Bar Veloce is a BAR, not a café, lounge or [more]

Common Ground Bar and Restaurant

206 Avenue A, New York, New York NY (East Village) United States

212-228-6231

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 [more]

Five Points

31 Great Jones Street, New York, New York NY (East Village) United States

212-253-5700

We opened Five Points in 1999 to fill a gap in the city's restaurant landscape. New York is a wonderful, hectic, crazy place, but we felt it was missing something - we were always looking for a restaurant with top-quality food, attentive but unobtrusive service and beautiful surroundings. We didn't want it to be pretentious and we didn't want it [more]

Forbidden City

212 Ave A, New York, New York NY (East Village) United States

212.598.0500

The unmarked space known as Forbidden City double times as a sake and Asian tapas bar and a haven for young imbibing scensters It's unpretentious atmosphere allows patrons to intermingle with ease. An appreciation for all different cultures takes place within soft lighting, sea-blue walls and dispays filled with art and artifacts. A large [more]