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Angelica Kitchen

300 East 12th Street
New York City, NY 10003
212.228.2909
http://www.angelicakitchen.com

Catering to vegetarians, the emphasis here is on fresh food with a conscience, prepared with organically grown ingredients. This longtime East Village standby is all about creativity and good health, in a laid-back bohemian vibe. Booze is BYOB, so BYO.


 

Apiary

60 Third Avenue
New York City, NY 10003
212.254.0888
http://www.apiarynyc.com

Foodies have taken notice of the carefully curated menu of seasonal plates–using mostly local ingredients–that has put this tiny neighborhood restaurant on the map. Additional locavore includes the 30+ labels of wine from New York vineyards and domestic micro-brewed beers.


 

DBGB

299 Bowery
New York City, NY 10003
212.933.5300
http://www.danielnyc.com

Daniel Boulud does it again with a design intended to reflect the history of the Bowery. The focus here is on (very) casual French fare, with 14 kinds of sausage on offer beside small plates.


 

Degustation Wine & Tasting Bar

239 East 5th Street
New York City, NY 10003
212.979.1012

The name means "a careful, appreciative tasting of various foods" and that has translated into a 16-seat tapas bar offering delicate, innovative offerings from the kitchen.


 

Frank

88 Second Avenue
New York City, NY 10003
212.420.0202
http://www.frankrestaurant.com

Not much has changed from the blueprint of Grandma Carmela's home-cooked comfort food and shabby-chic thrift-store décor that has always welcomed diners.


 

Il Bagatto.

192 East 2nd Street
New York City, NY 10003
212.228.0977
http://www.ilbagattonyc.com

This dark, intimate spot in a southern corner of the neighborhood is no exception. Laid-back and easy on the wallet, it's a good place for a date.


 

Jewel Bako

239 East 5th Street
New York City, NY 10003
212.979.1012

Yet another "best-of" contender in a city of sushi snobs, Jack and Grace Lamb's East Village jewel box is a gem indeed. The space is tiny, and a table is tough to score, but well worth the effort for exotic delights.


 

Kyo Ya

94 East 7th Street
New York City, NY 10009
212.982.4140

Sushi addicts agree that the basement location of this East Village sushi star may protect their secret from getting out. Kyo Ya offers a taste of kaiseki, the meal traditionally served during a formal tea ceremony.


 

Momofuku Ko

171 First Avenue
New York City, NY 10003
212.777.7773
http://www.momofuku.com

One of an exclusive club of (Michelin) four-star restaurants, this nearly indescribable institution astounds diners on a nightly basis–assuming they can secure a reservation through the restaurant's automated web-site-based system.


 

Pylos

128 East 7th Street
New York City, NY 10009
212.473.0220
http://www.pylosrestaurant.com

Simple Greek home-cooking like clay-baked lamb and chicken are staples at this unpretentious East Village dining room.

 

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