230 "East Village" Restaurants in New York.
El Riconcito is a Dominican restaurant in the East Village that’s been around for over 20 years and makes some fantastic mofongo.
Rossy’s Bakery is a Dominican cafe in the East Village with cakes, rotating savory meals, and some very good red beans and rice.
Pop’s Eat Rite is a vegan fast food spot on St. Marks Place with a good smash patty burger.
KM1 is a casual Caribbean restaurant in the East Village with a menu of Dominican dishes and a nice outdoor seating area.
Lhasa Tibetan Restaurant is the East Village location of an excellent Jackson Heights spot, and it’s the best option for momos in the area.
Soothr is a Thai restaurant on East 13th Street with a gazebo-like backyard and Bangkok specialties that are difficult to find in NYC.
For a waffle ice cream sandwich or some banana pudding ice cream with vanilla wafers and Vienna Fingers, go to Mikey Likes It in the East Village.
Davey’s is an ice cream spot in the East Village that excels at classic flavors like strawberry, pistachio, and “strong coffee.”
Odd Fellows in the East Village makes ice cream flavors like sprinkles, banana pudding, and peanut butter s’mores. If you see miso cherry, get it.
Foxface is a window in the East Village where you can pick up great, pressed sandwiches.
Jules Bistro is a casual French spot in the East Village where you should share drinks and small plates with a date while listening to live jazz.
Alphabet City Beer Co. looks like a general store you’d find upstate, but it’s actually an East Village bar with armchairs and lots of craft beer.
If you’re even a little choosy about the beer you drink, you’ll be obsessed with Proletariat in the East Village.
Frangos is a Portuguese counter-service spot in the East Village that’s all about peri peri sauce.