NoHo’s award-winning chefs and restaurateurs take great pride in cooking delicious food with the freshest ingredients in warm, welcoming environments. Whether you’re searching for a quick ‘grab-and-go’, casual dining or top-knotch table service, NoHo’s diverse dining scene has it all. Bon appétit!

$ = Under $10
$$ = $10 to $20
$$$ = Over $20

Bite | 335 Lafayette Street
($) Mediterranean: Best curry soup in town!

Brazilia Cafe NYC  | 684 Broadway
($) “A full-service, all-day cafe featuring an exotic menu of delectable soups, salads, tapas, sandwiches, and beer and wine options that reflect our European and African influences, both indicative of Brazilian cuisine.”

Cafe Angelique | 68 Bleecker Street
($) Cafe: Gourmet coffee and high quality pastries and food to bring a taste of Europe to all!

DOJO Restaurant 14 West 4th Street
($) Japanese American: Get a to-go Bento Box for just $8!

Fresh and Co. | 729 Broadway
($) Salad Bar: Fruits and vegetables from organic and sustainable farms!

Han’s Deli | 645 Broadway
($) Classic neighborhood deli!

Le Basket | 683 Broadway
($) Market & deli, featuring stacked sandwiches, sushi & a hot bar; open 24/7 with outdoor seating.

Little Atlas Cafe | 6 West 4th Street
($) Vegan: Salads and sandwiches to go, plus the best vegan baked goods!

NoHo Juice Bar and Deli | 208 Mercer Street
($) Mediterranean: Great for both breakfast and lunch!

Pinche Taqueria | 333 Lafayette Street
($) Mexican: THE PLACE for authentic Mexican.

Soup n’ Burger | 739 Broadway
($) American: A neighborhood staple, classic diner!

West 3rd Common | 1 West 3rd Street
($) Pub: Gastropub hangout near NYU offers pub grub for brunch, lunch & dinner.

Bleecker Kitchen | 643 Broadway
($$) New American: Perfect for lunch out with a friend!

Great Jones Cafe | 54 Great Jones Street
($$) Cajun: “Longtime cafe bringing the South to NoHo via down-home cooking & strong drinks.”

Le Pain Quotidien | 65 Bleecker Street
Soups, salads, tartines, quiches, desserts, bakery items, handmade organic bread and organic beverages.

Mile End Delicatessen | 53 Bond Street
($$) “Mile End redefines delicatessen classics by fusing the spirit and craftsmanship of the past with a thoroughly modern sensibility and aesthetic.” *Delivery available

The Smile | 26 Bond Street
($$) Mediterranean & American: “Lovely, vegetable‑forward” Mediterranean dishes!

Quartino Bottega Organica | 11 Bleecker Street
($$) Italian: “Healthy Italian food from the Liguria region focusing on fish, veggies and organic ingredients.”

Bar Primi | 325 Bowery
($$$) Italian: “Bar Primi is my corner pasta shop devoted to ‘primi piatti,’ fresh pasta traditionally prepared with non-GMO semolina and specialty ‘00’ flours, organic eggs and family recipes.” – Chef Andrew Carmellini

Il Buco | 47 Bond Street
($$$) Italian:  “The menu is a mix of Italy & Spain with touches of the greater Mediterranean basin, its ingredients drawn from local farmers as well as Italian delicacies shipped overseas from likeminded friends and artisans.”

Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria | 53 Great Jones Street
($$$) Italian: “The offspring of il Buco on Bond Street, the Alimentari & Vineria is as much a production outpost of the original – specializing in house-cured meats and home baked breads – as it is a casual dining experience in its own right.”

Lafayette Restaurant | 380 Lafayette Street
($$$) French: Chef Andrew Carmellini’s grand cafe´ and bakery.

NoHo Star | 330 Lafayette Street
($$$) New American: Eclectic New American and Chinese cuisines!

Vic’s | 31 Great Jones Street
($$$) American/Italian: Acclaimed team Marc Meyer, Victoria Freeman and Chef Hillary Sterling serve “Updated Italian dishes plus cocktails & housemade limoncello in spacious, low-key digs.”