168 "East Village" Restaurants in New York.
A meal at Ippudo in the East Village is one of the best you can have in this city. You just need to show up on a weekday at 4pm to enjoy it.
You can get a lot of things for the price of a meal at Momofuku Ko in the East Village. How much is an experience worth to you?
Hanoi House is a great, trendy little Vietnamese restaurant in the East Village.
There is definitely a scene at Narcissa, but it’s subdued and humble because the staff is nice and people are actually eating the food.
Whatever your restaurant need, Lil Frankie’s can probably solve it. This is the ultimate utility player.
Oiji is a new East Village Korean restaurant. Did we need another one of those? Apparently, yes, we did.
We can’t tell you who the chef at The Eddy is, but we can tell you that you’ll like this place. And maybe that’s all that matters.
Want to impress someone who loves Japanese food? Bring them to Kyo Ya. The unmarked subterranean restaurant is a unique and amazing place.
Upstate Craft Beer & Oyster Bar is the ultimate neighborhood restaurant, with fresh seafood, friendly service, and free-flowing craft beer.
Momofuku Ssäm Bar is a modern Korean East Village classic that has evolved with the times.
A sleepy-looking Vietnamese restaurant in the East Village that deserves your attention.
Il Posto Accanto in the East Village is home to some of the best meatballs and pastas in town. Plus, it has a great wine list and open air dining.
An excellent Israeli fusion restaurant in the East Village. No, you can’t order hummus and falafel. Yes, you’ll still love it.
This spot on St. Marks in the East Village is home to the best soup dumplings in town.