14 "European" Restaurants in New York.
Blume (also called Hütte in the winter) is an Austrian restaurant on the Upper East Side with a beautiful back patio that’s hidden from the street.
Pilsener Haus is a Hoboken beer garden that's ideal for day drinking outside with a big group.
Bathhouse is an Eastern European restaurant in Williamsburg that serves some of the best food you can eat in a robe.
Verōnika is an Eastern European restaurant in a photography museum in Gramercy that’s perfect for a special occasion meal.
Madre is a seasonal American restaurant in the bottom of a boutique hotel in Greenpoint, with food that’s better than most other hotel restaurants.
Queensyard is an expensive spot in Hudson Yards that serves British-inspired food.
Cafe Katja feels like a European tavern, and it’s a good spot on the Lower East Side to get some wiener schnitzel and steins of beer.
Cafe Select is an all-day spot in Soho that’s a good place to meet someone for drinks and a light bite after work.
Benelux is a casual bar/restaurant in Bushwick that serves some good European bar food.
Baba’s Pierogies is a bright, modern-looking spot in Gowanus that serves a bunch of different types of pierogies.
Schilling is one of very few nice little spots in the Financial District, making their Austrian-Mediterranean blend ideal for either a dad or a date.
Chez Ma Tante is a neighborhood spot that looks like every other Brooklyn restaurant - but it’s not. Come here for simple, excellent food.