149 "West Village" Restaurants in New York.
Dominique Ansel Kitchen is a West Village cafe that serves some of the best baked goods in the city.
Arthur’s Tavern is a small live music bar in the West Village that’s been around since the ’30s.
American Bar is an attractive West Village restaurant with a huge menu of things like steak, caesar salad, and chips with a side of caviar.
232 Bleecker is an American spot in the West Village where you should sit at the chef’s counter and order roast chicken and wine.
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.
Anton’s is a throwback restaurant in the West Village where you’ll want to eat pasta and drink a martini.
This West Village Italian spot is starting to feel just a tad dated - but the food is as good as ever. Try it for a special dinner, and order pasta.
The Banty Rooster serves very good Southwestern-inspired food in a big, casual West Village space.
Red Paper Clip serves a very good six-course tasting menu for $95 in a bare West Village space.
Nami Nori is a reasonably priced sushi spot in the West Village that specializes in taco-shaped hand rolls and looks like a fancy nail salon.
Codino is a casual Italian spot in the West Village from the people behind Cotenna and Aria. It’s a little generic, but the price is right.
Llama San is a Nikkei restaurant in the West Village from the people behind Llama Inn. It’s pricey, but the food is incredibly delicious.
Spain is a bar and restaurant in the West Village where 80-year-old Spanish bartenders in red jackets serve you free tapas as long as you buy drinks.