Where to Eat for the Next Two Weeks

Your Easy Guide to finding Eat Drink Local Week Restaurants in Every Nabe

We’ve been talking a lot about the spirit of Eat Drink Local week — our Institute, the farmers and food-makers that embody our foodshed, our Challenge — but we are also very proud of the many restaurants who are participating from Montauk to Manhattan (and a few in the Hudson Valley) with 11 delicious days of special locavore meals and dishes.

So we put together this easy-to-browse list of “EDL” partner restaurants below, who will be celebrating the mission of the week by featuring our 11 local ingredients, pushing New York wine, beer and spirits, and offering creative locavore prix fixe to tickle your tastebuds. And if you already patronize the restaurants in your nabe, take our week as a opportunity to explore another nabe or even another boro. Remember there are 11 days in EDL, so there’s plenty of time to explore.

Click on the restaurant name below to learn more about what they’re dishing up and to book your table. (And then once you’ve gone, take a photo of what you ate and post it to our Flickr stream for the chance to win our Eat Drink Local week Challenge.

IN MANHATTAN

Bowery
Hecho en Dumbo
Chelsea
Aldea
Cookshop Restaurant and Bar
Red Cat
The Cleaver Company
The Green Table
Txikito
East Vilage
15 East
Back Forty
COUNTER Vegetable Bistro & Organic Bar
Gotham Bar & Grill
Hearth
Jimmy’s No. 43
Momofuku Noodle Bar
Northern Spy Food Co.
PDT
Flatiron
Almond
Craft
Craft Bar and Restaurant
Gramercy Tavern
Greenwich Village
Blind Tiger Ale House
Blue Hill
Mas (farmhouse)
Harlem
El Cafe
Hell’s Kitchen
Esca
Print
Resto
Lower East Side
Schiller’s
Midtown
Aquavit
Inside Park at St. Bart
Lily’s at The Roger Smith
Fred’s at Barney’s
NoHo
Five Points
Il Buco
Riverdale
Wavehill
SoHo
Hundred Acres
L’Ecole the Restaurant of the French Culinary Institute
Mae Mae Cafe
Savoy
Tribeca
The Harrison
Tribeca Grill
Union Square
Pure Food and Wine
Tocqueville Restaurant
Upper East Side
Candle 79
Candle Cafe
Sotheby’s Terrace Cafe
Upper West Side
Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola
Fatty Crab
Henry’s
Nick & Toni’s Cafe
Salumeria Rosi Parmacotto
Telepan
West Village
bobo
Braeburn Restaurant
Cabrito
Fatty Crab
Market Table
Wallse

IN BROOKLYN

Boerum Hill
Saul
Cobble Hill
Ted & Honey
Ditmas Park
The Farm on Adderley
DUMBO
Pete’s Downtown
Superfine
Fort Greene
BAMcafé
General Greene
Ici Restaurant
Stonehome Wine Bar
Park Slope
Al di La Trattoria
applewood
Belleville Bistro
DuMont Restaurant
Lucas Fine Foods
Mile End
Pacific Standard
Palo Santo
Rose Water
Prospect Heights
Cheryl’s Global Soul
Williamsburg
Cariño
Fatty ‘Cue
Five Leaves
Radish

IN QUEENS

Jackson Heights
Long Island City
Sunnyside
Quaint
Astoria

ON THE EAST END

Bridgehampton
Almond
Pierre’s
East Hampton
Babette’s
Fresno Restaurant
Nick & Toni’s
Greenport
Scrimshaw
Jamesport
Luce & Hawkins
Mattituck
Love Lane Kitchen
Sag Harbor
Bay Burger
Beacon Restaurant
Estia’s Little Kitchen
Southampton
The Plaza Cafe
Red Bar Brasserie
Southold
The North Fork Table & Inn
Water Mill
Foody’s

IN THE HUDSON VALLEY

Central Hudson Valley
Lower Hudson Valley
Upper Hudson Valley

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Brian is the editor in chief of Edible East End, Edible Long Island, Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn. He writes from his home in Sag Harbor, New York, where he and his family tend a home garden and oysters. He is also obsessed with ducks, donuts and dumplings.