West New York Restaurants

TripWhat's restaurant guide to West New York; our list of the best places to eat. Our top picks: Eleven Madison Park, Aureole and John's Pizzeria.
  • The best restaurant in West New York: Eleven Madison Park

    Eleven Madison Park

    11 Madison Ave
    Has one of the most beautiful rooms of any restaurant in New York. Long well-liked for its upscale American cuisine and helpful service, it has in the last few years been graced with a new chef who has been getting rave reviews from many quarters. Call ahead for reservations.
    Chelsea
  • Aureole

    Aureole

    135 W 42nd St., One Bryant Park
    For reservations, email reservations@charliepalmer.com, call 212-319-1660 or click the Reservations tab above. http://www.opentable.com/aureole-new-york http://www.charliepalmer.com/Properties/Aureole/NY
    Garment District
  • John's Pizzeria

    John's Pizzeria

    260 W 44th St
    A popular pizza option with a lovely and spacious atmosphere and brick oven, coal fired, thin crust pizzas. Whole pies, no slices. Many fans, however, observe that the pizza at this location is not nearly as good as at their original Greenwich Village location. Also, pre-theater, it can be absolutely mobbed, with wait times of an hour or more.
    Clinton
  • Keens Steakhouse

    Keens Steakhouse

    72 W 36th St
    M-F 11:45AM-10:30PM, Sa 5PM-10:30PM, Su 5PM-9PM. A New York chophouse with excellent steaks and great bar for pre & post dinner drinks or just drinks. Fine dining in comfortable surroundings. Founded in 1885, the restaurant has an interesting ceiling covered in 90,000 clay pipes which the customers used to smoke after dinner. Pipes were left at establishments, as they were too brittle to transport!
    Chelsea
  • Union Square Café

    Union Square Café

    21 East 16th Street
    Lunch M-Sa 12PM-2:15PM; dinner Su-Th 6PM-10:15PM, F-Sa 6PM-11:15PM. One of New York's best-loved restaurants, serving great American and Italian cuisine with flair and crisp style. Osso buco, tuna burgers, roast vegetables and corn pudding are fine examples of the dishes created using the best local and seasonal produce from the Café's neighbor, the Union Square Farmers' Market. Mains in excess of $30 average. Reservations recommended.
    Chelsea
  • Veniero's Pasticceria & Caffe

    Veniero's Pasticceria & Caffe

    342 E 11th St
    A fun little Italian pastry shop, according to some. However, others think it's been riding on its reputation for 20-30 years.
    East Village
  • Levain Bakery

    Levain Bakery

    167 W 74th St
    Bakery best known for their big, dense cookies.
    Central Park
  • Barbetta

    Barbetta

    321 W 46th St
    Barbetta, having celebrated its 100th Anniversary in 2006, is the oldest restaurant in New York that is still owned by the family that founded it. Barbetta is also the oldest Italian restaurant in New York, and the oldest restaurant in New York's Theatre District. This three-fold distinction makes this historic restaurant a landmark among New York restaurants. Its landmark status has been recognized by the prestigious and highly selective Locali Storici d'Italia, which has designated Barbetta a Locale Storico (Historic Establishment,) the only restaurant in America to have been so named. Founded in 1906 by Sebastiano Maioglio, Barbetta is now owned by his daughter, Laura Maioglio.
    Clinton
  • Kee's Chocolates

    Kee's Chocolates

    80 Thompson St
    M-F 9AM-7PM, Sa-Su 11AM-7PM. Chocolates are $2.45 each. Macaroons are $2.55 each. Kee is widely considered by chocolate-lovers to be one of the best artisanal chocolatiers in New York. Anyone who likes chocolate will find some of her creations interesting and enjoyable. Among her truffles are balsamic, fennel, smoked salt, and Thai chili, as well as less unusual flavors like almond and hazelnut praline.
    Greenwich Village
  • Havana NY

    Havana NY

    27 W 38th St
    Well-priced Cuban casual restaurant & bar for lunch and dinner. They serve a variety of daily specials, including Plantain Soup and Suckling Roast Pork.
    Garment District
  • Becco

    Becco

    355 W 46th St
    I've married my two passions in life: family and food.
    Clinton
  • Strip House is a privately owned fine dining chain of steakhouses with outposts in New York, Livingston, New Jersey, Houston, Naples, Key West, and Las Vegas.
    Greenwich Village
  • AYZA Wine and Chocolate Bar (Midtown)

    AYZA Wine and Chocolate Bar (Midtown)

    11 W 31st St
    The Perfect Combination of Romantic Restaurant and Elegant Wine Bar
    Chelsea
  • B.B. King Blues Club & Grill

    B.B. King Blues Club & Grill

    237 W 42nd St
    King Blues Club & Grill, 237 W 42nd St (Times Square). Consists of two areas: the Showcase Room which features bigger name performers and the smaller Lucille's Grill which offers free music.
    Chelsea
  • Brasserie 1605

    Brasserie 1605

    1605 broadway
    Book Here http://bit.ly/NKiuQK
    Midtown
  • Le Bernardin

    Le Bernardin

    155 W 51st St
    Chef / Co-Owner of Le Bernardin restaurant, New York.
    Midtown
  • The Spotted Pig

    The Spotted Pig

    314 W 11th St
    The Spotted Pig - Gastropub in the West Village, NYC.
    West Village
  • Tao

    Tao

    42 E 58th St
    Find us on twitter: @TaoNY
    Midtown
  • McSorley's Old Ale House

    McSorley's Old Ale House

    15 E 7th St
    M-Sa 11AM-1AM, Su 1PM-1AM. The oldest pub in continuous operation in New York, this small pub packs up fast. Sawdust on the floors, McSorleys beer only that comes in pairs, this place is a favorite with tourists and locals alike. The ancient chandelier above the bar has turkey wishbones dating from WW1 when a turkey dinner was thrown for the departing soldier and the wishbone was hung up till he returned. Abraham Lincoln drank there and Teddy Roosevelt's signature graces the walls. Boisterous atmosphere and cheap food too!
    East Village
  • Max Brenner

    Max Brenner

    841 Broadway
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    Gramercy
  • Caracas Arepa Bar

    Caracas Arepa Bar

    93 E 7th St
    A small restaurant specializing in arepas, the Venezuelan answer to empanadas. They also serve Venezuelan empanadas, salads, desserts, etc., and very good fresh-squeezed juices. You may have to wait on line for a table at peak hours, but it is a very relaxing place to eat at the bar on off-hours. Prices have increased substantially ($6 for one arepa), but the lunch specials are still the best value.
    East Village
  • Café Mogador

    Café Mogador

    101 Saint Marks Pl
    Serves Moroccan, French, and Middle-Eastern cuisine, all dependably good. The cafe is especially popular for weekend brunch, but a very good breakfast/brunch is available every day of the week. More dishes are on the brunch menu on weekends, but you are likely to wait a half hour or more for weekend brunch during peak hours.
    East Village
  • Momofuku Ssäm Bar

    Momofuku Ssäm Bar

    207 2nd Ave
    www.momofuku.com momofuku means lucky peach.
    East Village
  • Per Se

    Per Se

    10 Columbus Cir Fl 4
    Per Se is a restaurant owned by chef Thomas Keller located at Columbus Circle in New York City, on the fourth floor of the Time Warner Center. It has been called the best restaurant in New York City by the New York Times. The chef is Eli Kaimeh.
    Midtown
  • Blue Ribbon

    Blue Ribbon

    97 Sullivan St
    Good food, Good people, Good Times!
    Greenwich Village
  • Sparks Steak House

    Sparks Steak House

    210 E 46th St
    Welcome to the official Facebook page of Sparks Steak House.
    Midtown
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