88 "Lower East Side" Restaurants in New York.
A former Infatuation favorite is a shell of its former self. Sorry, ápizz, but we're breaking up with you.
Though the food at Bacaro is pretty good, it's the kind of place you come to for the atmosphere. Exposed brick, crystal chandeliers, one large white candle on each table...if you can actually manag...
Bar Goto is a Japanese-inspired cocktail bar on the LES where you can get a martini with a lotus blossom and some top-notch bar snacks.
Barrio Chino, a Mexican restaurant on the Lower East Side, is always busy and always worth the wait.
Beauty & Essex is like a ground level Boom Boom Room with food and slightly poorer people. But you want to know the worst part about it all? The food is actually pretty good.
As in, fried chicken and champagne. That makes this a concept restaurant in our books, and it's not exactly a concept that we're crazy for.
Located on the roof patio at the Thompson Hotel on the Lower East Side, hit Blue Ribbon Kanpai Garden with a group for beer slushies and ping pong.
Blue Ribbon Sushi Izakaya may be the most ambitious Blue Ribbon yet. There is definitely something for everyone – vegetarians, sushi lovers and meat freaks alike. It's an ideal destination for impr...
The traditional tapas restaurant may feel tired, but the food at this restaurant on the Lower East Side is very solid and reasonably priced.
Cervo’s is a little place on the LES where you can bring a date and share some seafood-centric small plates, or just sit at the bar and grab a drink.
Char Sue is an Asian fusion spot on the LES where you can grab a quick dinner before going out. It’s small, casual, and the food is decent.
During brunch hours, it’s not uncommon for people outside Clinton Street Baking Company to wait two hours for the pure, fluffy cakes of ecstasy that this place is known for. We won’t join them…but ...