249 "East Village" Restaurants in New York.
This Japanese fish market in the East Village is where you should come for a casual lunch or dinner when you want some chirashi or sushi.
If you want to learn about sake and get a little rowdy all in the same evening, Sake Bar Satsko in Alphabet City is a great place to be.
Punjabi Grocery & Deli is an NYC institution, like The Met or the Statue of Liberty, serving vegetarian curries and chaat on Houston Street.
Downtown Bakery serves our favorite breakfast burritos in the East Village, as well as all-day Pueblan specials that are perfect for a quick lunch.
Raku is an udon spot in the East Village that we rely on for a great last-minute meal.
Au Za’atar is a party-time Lebanese restaurant in the East Village where you can order a shawarma tower for a group.
There aren’t many rooftop bars in this city where we actually like to spend our time, but The Ready in the East Village is an exception to the rule.
Accidental Bar in the East Village is where you should go to learn about sake with a side of snacks.
Two Boots on Avenue A is a great late-night option for vegan and non-vegan slices.
El Diablito Taqueria in the East Village is one of the best places in downtown Manhattan to find birria.
Kjun is a takeout-and-delivery operation that makes delicious Korean-Cajun dishes in a basement kitchen in the East Village
Hi-Collar in the East Village is a Japanese lunch/coffee spot by day and a sake bar at night.