Looking for the best places to eat in Soho? Then you’ve come to the right place – because I’ll show you the hippest and most authentic places where New Yorkers hang out. The choice of restaurants in Soho New York is huge – so there is guaranteed to be something for you.
French restaurant in SoHo
Traditional French cuisine is served in a stylish restaurant. Outside the menu, you can also choose from the seafood bar and delicacies from the Balthazar Bakery. The breakfast is legendary and particularly impresses with the homemade bread. By the way, there is a lot more of that in the adjoining bakery.
Traditional French cuisine is served in the stylish restaurant on Spring Street (80 Spring Street). In addition to the menu, you can also choose from the raw seafood bar and delicacies from the Balthazar Bakery.
The breakfast (served during the week from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and on the weekend from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.) is legendary and particularly impresses with the homemade bread. By the way, there is a lot more of that in the adjoining bakery. The restaurant is open until 1:00 a.m. on weekends.
Cozy French restaurant
For the first time, we noticed the French restaurant in summer: the windows can be opened completely and because it is so small you have a window seat & table to yourself, so to speak. It’s super romantic, which is why it ended up on our list of NYC’s Most Romantic Restaurants.
The main menu is ordered after all: Steak & Fries. Fried to the point and a real highlight. And when we saw the dessert menu, we just had to order the Nutella Crème Brulée, there was no other way.
American restaurant in SoHo
Contrary to what the name The Dutch suggests, there are no Dutch specialties, but American cuisine. In addition to salads and pasta, there is a large selection of meat and fish dishes. At the weekend you can also brunch extensively – and a lot is served up at the same time.
The place where you can try the real American kitchen
Our list of favorite breakfast spots in SoHo has one more entry: The Mercer Kitchen, which you can find in the Hotel The Mercer. And one floor below is the restaurant of the same name, which is not only super stylish but is also one of the best restaurants in New York.
Interesting restaurant in SoHo
As the name suggests, the location used to be an old screwdriver garage, which was brought back to life in 2003. The furnishings with the antique paintings and lamps create a relaxed, cozy atmosphere. And then the food: the starters alone are awesome. Try “Mezze” – these are Mediterranean little delicacies.
Mexican restaurant in SoHo
Dos Caminos is best known for its spicy guacamole and very good sangria. The charm that the restaurant exudes in each of the locations is absolutely authentic Mexican and ensures a successful change after a long day at work or after a strenuous day of sightseeing.
Elegant restaurant in Soho
At Essen in New York, you will find a buffet with already prepared delicacies. From fresh salads to salmon, you can get everything here. For under $ 15 you can easily get a large portion and save a lot of money. Many of the food locations in New York also have a kind of deli in the restaurant, where you can buy sandwiches, wraps, or bagels.
Flipper’s Pancakes in New York
Flipper’s specializes in Japanese soufflé pancakes that couldn’t be more fluffy! The popular pancake chain has its origins in Tokyo and recently opened its first US location in New York City. On the day of the grand opening, a queue formed 2 hours before the entrance. Social media did a really good job promoting the irresistible-looking, fluffy pancakes.
Italian restaurant in SoHo
Lombardi’s is a SoHo pizza restaurant and prides itself on being the first pizzeria in the United States.
A great little Italian in the middle of Soho
Compared to other Italian restaurants, the interior is not rustic, but rather lounge-style. The San Carlo Osteria is not large, with approx. 8 x 8 meters is one of the restaurants that are perfect for a romantic dinner. The Osteria especially shows its charm when the weather is nice: like many other restaurants, the entire front can be pushed to the side so that the first row feels like sitting outside.
Great spot for a lunch in SoHo for little money
In SoHo Park, you can order a good selection of salads, burgers, sandwiches, and drinks at the counter. Especially in summer, you can sit outside during lunch or in the back yard of the restaurant, from where you can admire the hustle and bustle on the streets of SoHo.
Typical lunch in SoHo is often expensive, as many restaurants in SoHo have adapted to their well-heeled residents. All the better that SoHo Parc is an exception here. The location not far from Broadway shopping street is also ideal, which is why SoHo Park is our top recommendation if you want to have lunch in SoHo.
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