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The 10 Best Restaurants In NoHo, New York

Spaghetti cacio e pepe| © Luca Nebuloni/flickr
Spaghetti cacio e pepe| © Luca Nebuloni/flickr
The chic Manhattan neighborhood of NoHo offers everything from charming boutiques to trendy cafes, bars, and restaurants. Lined with delicious, one-of-a-kind dining establishments, NoHo is a must-visit for your next dining excursion. We profile the 10 best restaurants in NoHo.

The Smile

Restaurant, American, Mediterranean, $$$
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Rustic-chic restaurant The Smile boasts nutritious dishes crafted with fresh produce from local farms. Their innovative American fare is well-known in the area and attracts hoards of customers, so be sure to call ahead for a reservation. If you’re heading to The Smile for lunch, try the manouri cheese and fig sandwich. For dinner, opt for the spaghetti and lemon cream – a silky, citrusy dish. Pair this with a hand-crafted cocktail, and you’ve got yourself an unforgettable meal.
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Acme

Bar, Bistro, Restaurant, American, French, Italian, European, $$$
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squid ink spaghetti
squid ink spaghetti | © Jameson Fink/Flickr
Acme is a French-Italian restaurant located on a quiet side street in NoHo. It has a charming European bistro vibe, with a bar that looks like it’s straight out of a scene in Amélie. Try the squid ink spaghetti with lobster, or try the Calabrian chili, the bottagara, or the branzini with fava beans, basil, and potato gnocchi. No matter what you opt for, it promises to be fresh and delicious.
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Hecho En Dumbo

Restaurant, Contemporary, Mexican, $$$
If you’re a fan of Mexican fare, then you’re in for a treat. Hecho En Dumbo offers a selection of your favorite classics alongside unique, Mexican twists on American fare. The decor is simple, so it’s all about the food. Their tortilla chips are thick and crunchy, and they pair perfectly with the guacamole. Be sure to try their short rib tacos.
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Great Jones Café

Cafe, Diner, Restaurant, Cajun, American, $$$
Fun and festive, Great Jones Café offers New Yorkers a taste of Louisiana. Offering phenomenal Cajun fare with the perfect blend of spices, this restaurant offers classic southern dishes. Their pulled pork sandwiches are superb, and the portions are generous so you’re sure to leave satisfied. Prepare to get cozy with your neighboring diner, as space is limited. Great Jones Café, 54 Great Jones Street, New York, NY, USA +1 212 674 9304
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Gato

Bar, Restaurant, Spanish, Mediterranean, American, Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten-free, $$$
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GATO, New York
GATO, New York | © Matt Goff/Flickr
Fans of Chef Bobby Flay can’t miss Spanish-Mediterranean restaurant, Gato. The decor has an industrial look with a laid-back feel. If you’re going to eat at a Spanish restaurant, you have to get paella. Bobby Flay’s kale and wild mushroom paella is perfectly seasoned, making it a must-try. Gato, 324 Lafayette Street, New York, NY, USA +1 212 334 6400
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Vic's

Restaurant, Mediterranean, Italian, $$$
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Orecchiette | © Glen MacLarty/Flickr
Vic’s offers diners an intimate setting, while still remaining open and spacious. Offering upscale Italian food, start your meal with the burrata and heirloom carrots, and move on to a main dish of cacio e pepe – a perfect blend of black pepper, pecorino and Parmigiano. Vic’s is well-known for their homemade limoncello. Vic’s, 31 Great Jones Street, New York, NY, USA +1 212 253 5700
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