The Edible Guide

Our picks for where to eat, drink and shop in the city.

Neighborhood: West Village

Wallflower

This West Village dinner destination has been a cozy backdrop for dates and intimate friend meetings since October 2013, with a smart cocktail list and…

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Rabbits Cafe

Rabbits Cafe, located on 142 Sullivan Street, was established in 2009 by Thomas DeSimone. Their food is all made in-house, and they purchase their…

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Bespoke Kitchen

The food at Bespoke Kitchen is customizable and not only made to order, but tailor made for the orderer. The Bespoke dinner experience starts…

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James Beard House

The mission of the James Beard Foundation is to celebrate, nurture, and preserve America’s culinary heritage and future. Towards this end, chefs are invited…

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Perry St

Jean-Georges brings relaxed elegance to the West Village with Perry St, located in the Richard Meier Towers and offering beautiful sunsets over the Hudson…

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Le Du’s Wines

Founded by renowned Sommelier Jean-Luc Le Du in 2005, Le Du’s Wines is a destination for high-quality, small-production wine. Named by Zagat’s as #1…

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Kopi Kopi

Unlike any other coffee shop in the city, Kopi Kopi is focused solely on Indonesian varietals, which are roasted to order for Lapadula in…

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John’s of Bleecker Street

What’s better than sitting down with your friends for cheap red chianti, pizza, and salad? Spending less than $30, perhaps? The brick oven thin-crust pizza is legendary; the basic Margherita should be the standard on which all other pizzas are judged.

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