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!
Cafe Angelique | 68 Bleecker Street
($) Cafe: Gourmet coffee and high quality pastries and food to bring a taste of Europe to all!
Fresh and Co. | 729 Broadway
($) 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.
NoHo Juice Bar and Deli | 208 Mercer Street
($) Mediterranean: Great for both breakfast and lunch!
Soup n’ Burger | 739 Broadway
($) 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.
Mile End Delicatessen | 53 Bond Street
($$) “Mile End redefines delicatessen classics by fusing the spirit and craftsmanship of the past with a thoroughly modern sensibility and aesthetic.” *Delivery available
Quartino Bottega Organica | 11 Bleecker Street
($$) 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.
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.”