73 "Mediterranean" Restaurants in New York.
Ten Hope is a Mediterranean spot in Williamsburg with a massive, dog-friendly backyard that’s great for drinks and snacks.
Pomp & Circumstance is a small Mediterranean spot in Williamsburg that’s a good place to get drinks and a light bite with a date.
Kindred serves natural wines and Mediterranean food in a small East Village space that’s great for casual dates.
Satis Bistro is a Mediterranean spot in Jersey City with an attractive space that you should keep in mind for a casual date.
Il Fiorista is an attractive all-day Mediterranean spot in Nomad that you should use for drinks and a light bite at the bar.
Cathedrale is an enormous, overpriced French restaurant from the people behind Tao - and, despite the sprawling space, it isn’t that fun.
Dar 525 is a great spot for bottomless brunch in Williamsburg without burnt french toast or obnoxious 20 somethings.
Leyla is a Turkish restaurant on the UWS that works well for a date or a nice-but-not-formal dinner near Central Park.
HaSalon is a party restaurant in Hell’s Kitchen where you can dance on tables after eating enjoyable but very expensive Israeli food.
The Turk’s Inn is a fun spot in Bushwick modeled on an old Wisconsin supper club. You mostly go for the atmosphere, but the food is pretty decent.
Lamalo is a Middle Eastern spot inside the Arlo Nomad Hotel that works for lunch or a light dinner near Penn Station.
Pathos Cafe is an all-day spot in Midtown East that works for a casual sit-down lunch.
Omar’s on 55th Street is a Mediterranean restaurant in Midtown East where you can get some really good chicken shawarma pita.