This page is under construction. Check back soon for the new and improved NoHo Dining Guide! NoHo’s a hub for dining and nightlife in Manhattan, with bustling cafes alongside storied establishments and iconic nightlife hotspots. Whether it’s an impromptu patio lunch on a gorgeous day, or an all night affair, NoHo’s a great place to eat and drink out. This guide is broken up into four parts: places with seating, bars and nightlife, bakeries/coffee shops, and take out/fast casual options. If an establishment offers outdoor seating, it’s noted below.

NoHo Restaurants and Cafes:

  • ATLA: This award-winning Mexican all-day cafe from Enrique Olivera is located on the scenic corner of Lafayette and Great Jones Street. Stop by for modern Mexican cuisine and enjoy their beloved patio or dine inside. Open for lunch and dinner plus weekend brunch.
  • Bite: A true local gem and neighborhood favorite for a reason – they’ve served up light, Mediterranean-inspired fare from a literal hole in the wall on Lafayette for over a decade. While they don’t have indoor seating, their roadbed dining is perfect for people watching! Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
  • Bohemian: This Great Jones hideaway is known for their strict, referral-only policy. If you make it inside, you’ll find world-renowned Japanese fusion fare. Only open for dinner.
  • BondST: Located on one of NoHo’s most scenic blocks, BondST is a multi-level sushi restaurant inside of a historic townhome. With a variety of spaces, from intimate corners to large party rooms, this is a perfect place for any vibe you’re looking for. They offer seasonal outdoor dining in the summer and are open for dinner.
  • Famous Cozy Soup ‘n’ Burger: This classic diner has been a beloved NoHo institution for 50 years. Legend says putting eggs on top of burgers was first done here, and whether or not it’s true, they have some of the biggest and best burgers in all of NYC. Serving up diner classics for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, you can step inside this restaurant any time of day and leave full and happy.
  • Fish Cheeks: Bond Street hotspot Fish Cheeks is known for their take on regional, seafood-forward approach to Thai cuisine. The vibes are fun, and most dishes are family style, making it great for groups. Lunch and dinner are served at the restaurant. Outdoor seating is available, and on nights and weekends in the summer, as part of the Bond Open Street, they offer seating on the beloved cobblestones on the block.
  • The Grid at Great Jones Distillery:
  • Honeybrains: Honeybrains is designed with wellness at the forefront. With its neuroscientist-designed menu, all the items here are engineered to be healthy and help you feel your best. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, step inside the restaurant or grab a seat on the patio and enjoy. The casual vibe makes it a neighborhood favorite for meetings, get-togethers and bumping into friends.
  • Il Buco: This long-running Bond Street restaurant was an early pioneer in authentic, seasonal, local food. Recognized as part of the Slow Food movement, it’s a celebrated spot where the menu is constantly changing but always delicious. They’ve got a great patio on historic Bond Street, or you can dine inside the rustic space for both lunch, brunch, and dinner.
  • Il Buco Alimentari & Vineria: Featuring an meticulously sourced Italian marketplace, coffee bar, bakery, and restaurant, this offshoot of Il Buco is a more casual spot with the same beloved approach to Italian food. Join them for lunch and dinner either indoors or on the patio, and make sure to grab some cheese, bread, cured meats, and olive oil to take home!
  • Indochine: A true NYC institution that’s “been hot for forty years,” Indochine is an icon. They’ve got a timelessly chic space, and incredible French-Vientamese cuisine that’s at once classic and modern. Join them inside or out on their Lafayette Street patio for dinner or late-night service.
  • Jolene: This American-Mediterranean all day cafe is open for Friday lunch (featuring deals on Martinis!), dinner, late night service, and weekend brunch. The inside is pint-sized and cozy, and they’ve got a fun set up outdoors too.
  • KYU: This Miami hotspot debuted on Lafayette Street in May, and is an instant hit in the neighborhood. They’re known for their signature, wood-fired Asian fusion fare that spans the continent and offers something for everybody. Currently, they’re only open for dinner.
  • Lafayette Grand Cafe and Bakery: A NoHo favorite, this buzzy brasserie is known for many things – one of the best patios in NYC, an all-day approach to French cuisine that’s as delicious at 10:00 AM as it is as 10:00 PM, their viral croissants, and more. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Lafayette has a year round patio and is always a good choice. They also serve light, to-go fare for breakfast and lunch out of the bakery!
  • Le Pain Quotidien:
  • The Library at The Public:
  • Little Atlas Cafe:
  • Los Tacos No. 1:
  • Misirizzi: This Italian spot is intimate, cozy, and serves up delicious food. Join them Sunday to Thursday from 4:00 – 10:00 PM and Friday and Saturday from 4:00 – 11:00 PM for outdoor dining.
  • The Nines:
  • The Smile: This neighborhood hangout is back! Join them from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM every Wednesday through Sunday. Currently, only walk-ins are accepted. They offer outdoor heating.
  • Spring Cafe:
  • Sushi on Jones:This affordable omakase hot spot is back and the perfect place to get fresh sushi in the neighborhood. They are open from 12:00 PM – 10:00 PM
  • Torien:
  • Two Hands: Bleecker Street newcomer Two Hands is bringing its beloved brunch favorites on the weekdays from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM and 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM on the weekends.
  • Vic’s: With a huge outdoor dining presence on Great Jones Street, Vic’s is perfect for enjoying Italian food outdoors. Come by and enjoy from 5:00 – 9:30 PM Monday through Friday and from 11:00 – 10:00PM on Saturday and Sunday. They offer outdoor heating.
  • Yoshino:

Bars and Nightlife:

  • ACME Downstairs:
  • Slainte:
  • Swift Hibernian Lounge:
  • Temple Bar:
  • Tom and Jerry’s:
  • The Wren:
  • VON:
  • 310 Bowery Bar:

Bakeries and Coffee Shops:

  • Cafe Lyria:
  • Captain Cookie and the Milkman:
  • Funny Face Bakery:
  • Gasoline Alley Coffee:
  • Gregory’s Coffee:
  • Kettl:
  • La Colombe:
  • Levain Bakery:
  • Think on Bowery:
  • Think on Mercer:

Takeout and Fast Casual Options:

  • Han’s Deli:
  • Le Basket:
  • NoHo Juice Bar:
  • Chipotle:
  • Fresh & Co.:
  • DIG:
  • Donut Pub:
  • McDonald’s:
  • Starbucks:
  • Smilie Pizze:
  • Wendy’s:
  • &Pizza:
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