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Tart, Greek-style frozen yogurt might not exactly qualify as new—perhaps you've heard of Pinkberry—but this cozy joint serves the stuff its own way, doing just about everything on-site.
Pommes Frites Belgian-style fries are back in the West Village.
This Greenwich Village Thai spot has a light, contemporary design that suggests a whitewashed farmhouse where city people might nest on the weekends.
Towncars wait patiently outside for their passengers at this long-celebrated, elegant and inviting mecca for fancy (but low-key) New Yorkers.
While the space proved awkward for previous tenants, the triangular-shaped 10 Downing Street feels like it was tailor-made for Cafe Clover.
Chef-owner Julian Medina’s contemporary Mexican bistro is located in the heart of Greenwich Village.
Caffe Reggio opened in Greenwich Village in 1927 and still retains its charm to this day.
Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich's Otto has combined the elegance of an Italian enoteca with the fun bustle of a crowded Italian train station.
Located inside The Jade Hotel, Grape & Vine is a restaurant and bar that serves artisanal, market-driven American fare in an elegant and artsy setting.
This casual trattoria features artisanal Italian meats and cheeses and house-made products like tuna in olive oil and guanciale (unsmoked Italian bacon).