French & Other Cheapish Lunch in St. Vincent's--West Village?
- gracey Jul 14, 2006 12:36 AM
Does anyone have recommendations for something cheapish (preferably French, but other cuisines also welcome) in the St. Vincent's--West Village area? It also should be somewhat accessible for a teen. Thanks a lot!
Elephant and Castle is right down the block on Greenwich. Comfort food. There are several other choices on Greenwich that I haven't tried but one of the best Cheese Steak shops around is Wogies, also down the block on Greenwich towards Sixth avenue. If you walk in the other direction Cafe de Bruxxelles is the other direction towards Hudson street. I have eaten their once and it was OK, not great.
the only thing?? oh please such drama. the rabbit and prunes is good. i am a regular for the tuesday hangar steak special. ok salads. the beers of course are fun.
if the op goes the other direction CAFE LOUP and BAR SIX are good french spots too.
also, right around the corner from the hospital on greenwich is LA PALETTE, a french-brazilian that is nice for a lunch.
there is BENNY's BURRITOS, A SALT AND BATTERY and that SOY joint too.
28 greenwich ave btwn charles and w. 10th
-parathas, lassis, rice and beans, soups, sweets. from 12 to 3pm is a lunch special where you can a plain paratha, a lassi and a small soup for $10