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The Best Italian Restaurants In The West Village
The Best Italian Restaurants In The Wes...
Pasta Al Forno is different from most West Village Italian spots. It’s tiny and BYOB, and it’s a great place to have unexpectedly good baked pasta.
Rossopomodoro isn’t the best Italian restaurant in the West Village, and it isn’t the second or third-best either. But it’s still a useful place.
Gaetana’s is an old-school Italian spot in the West Village that tends to stay quiet. If you want to hide from the world, stop by for a chicken parm.
If you’re looking for an impressive place to get a table when you didn’t plan a month in advance, here are some great options.
There’s a constant wait at Fish Cheeks for a reason. This Noho spot makes some of the best Thai food in the city, including an excellent crab curry.
Where to drink craft beer in a place that probably has brick walls and tastefully labeled taps.
Alphabet City Beer Co. looks like a general store you’d find upstate, but it’s actually an East Village bar with armchairs and lots of craft beer.
Bronx Drafthouse is a block from Yankee Stadium, and it’s a great place to drink after you catch a game or leave work at the Bronx Supreme Court.
Bierwax is a bar in Prospect Heights that specializes in craft beers and vinyl. It’s a fun spot to listen to loud music, and it has a nice backyard.
Gun Hill is a brewery based in Williamsbridge, and they also have this bar further south in Mott Haven. Bring a friend, and drink some craft beers.