Our favorite Ethiopian restaurants below 34th Street in Manhattan.
Hannah AlbertineMarch 12, 2021
Bunna Cafe, the vegan Ethiopian spot in Bushwick, is an excellent spot to share a giant plate of food with people you like.
Written byKatherine Lewin
Benyam is our favorite spot for Ethiopian food in Harlem.
The Curious UptownerJanuary 14, 2022
Ras Plant Based, a vegan Ethiopian spot in Bed-Stuy, is one of the best date night spots in Brooklyn.
Nikko DurenJanuary 14, 2022
Buunni Coffee is a great place to grab coffee (and an injera wrap) in Washington Heights.
The Curious UptownerSeptember 2, 2021
If you’re looking for Ethiopian food in downtown Manhattan, Meskerem in West Village is one of the best options around.
Awash is an excellent Ethiopian restaurant in the East Village that works for everything from dates to solo meals and takeout.
Lalibela in Harlem makes Ethiopian food you can eat right on their patio on Frederick Douglass Blvd.
Hannah AlbertineFebruary 5, 2021
Makina Cafe is a great Ethiopian food truck with locations in Fort Greene Park, Rockefeller Center, and Long Island City.
Hannah AlbertineNovember 24, 2020
Abyssinia is an Ethiopian restaurant in Harlem with great combo platters.
Hannah AlbertineJuly 26, 2019
Zoma is a nice Ethiopian restaurant in Harlem.
Bryan KimJuly 26, 2019
Bati Ethiopian Kitchen is a small Ethiopian spot in Fort Greene that's ideal for a small group or a date.
Max BonemJune 18, 2019
Tsion Cafe is a casual, friendly Ethiopian/Israeli restaurant in Harlem, and it’s one of our favorite places for a low-key meal in the neighborhood.
Bryan KimJuly 17, 2018
Haile is a comfortable Ethiopian restaurant in the East Village.
Hannah AlbertineMarch 12, 2018
Ghenet is an Ethiopian restaurant on the border of Park Slope and Gowanus.
Matt TervoorenMarch 7, 2018