short notice trip for san francisco fooders
when do you arrive? might be able to get reservations at some places. any food or price preference?
you'll be right next to corner bistro, my favorite cheap burger in the city. very casual. no reservations
red farm is very close as well, great place - creative asian is how I would describe. no reservations
pearl oyster bar - great seafood, esp lobster roll. no reservations. marys fish camp would be another similar option.
you could prob score a table at kin shop also which is a little further away, but great thai inspired cuisine
fatty crab is a few blocks away. malaysian food. check out savored.com to make a reservation and get 30% off
frankies spuntino is a few blocks south and one of my favorite italian places.
that should be a good start for you
Pearl Oyster Bar is on vacation until Tuesday dinner, BTW.
You have lots of good options within a 20 min walk::
Dell'anima or L'Artusi - both take reservations as well as walk ins but also L'Artusi is bigger and has two long counters for walk ins, serves brunch and dinner
Spotted Pig - no reservations, open for lunch, brunch and dinner
Tertulia - no reservations, open for lunch, brunch, and dinner
Wong (closed Sundays though) - on OpenTable, dinner only
Fatty Cue - on OpenTable, brunch, lunch, and dinner
Takashi - takes reservations on their web site, dinner only
Joseph Leonard - no reservations, breakfast, lunch, and dinner, owned by the same man who also does Fedora, Perla, Jeffrey's
Ino - great especially for breakfast
Scarpetta - dinner only, on OpenTable, great Italian
Minetta Tavern - especially good for late night dining at the bar
Buvette - breakfast
Babbo - lunch Tues-Sat, for dinner you could show up before it opens to try to get a walk in table, or monitor their Twitter feed for cancellations
RedFarm is good but more like creative Chinese American food. Excellent but not pan-Asian like Wong.
A lot of places will probably doing weekend brunch on Monday.
West Village food crawl:
Welcome to the 'hood:
Tavern on Jane - burger is better than Corner Bistro
Barbuto - Jonathan Waxman's classic roast chicken
Bonsignor - on Jane - coffee, pastries
Cafe Cluny - nice for breakfast
Murray's Bagels - 6th Ave btw 12th and 13th St
Collichio & Sons - Tap Room
Chelsea Market - lots of threads on here
Grand Szechuan - Ninth Ave and 24th St.
Co. - pizza - Ninth Ave and 24th St.
La Bergamote - Ninth Ave and 20th St - almond croissants
Corsino - part of the 'ino group
Employees Only - cocktails
Taim - falafal
Morandi - nice for breakfast, lunch
Keste - pizza on Bleecker St
Donut Pub - 14th St. and 7th Ave :)
re: Chuck Lawrence
re: Chuck Lawrence
thanks for reco's.......came in tired and wandered up bleeker...nice light meal at fatty cue...poached chicken and eggplant, smoked salmon, doz. oysters...good start.
august looked interesting...any thoughts? and saw couple good looking pizzas on the way but cant remember names now...lots! of eateries around
nyc sooo nice