New York City

New Downtown NYC Restaurants on Reserve

You now have even more great restaurants at your fingertips on Reserve in NYC, from established neighborhood favorites to exciting newcomers. Ready for this week’s new additions?

il Buco Alimentari & Vineria (NoHo)

image

 

il Buco Alimentari & Vineria specializes in house-cured meats and home-baked breads. Italian antique furniture, tiles and ceramic ware are juxtaposed with modern metal touches in the dining room. The Italian trattoria fare by Chef Joel Hough is served with a casual ease that keeps the room buzzing from morning to night.

Acme (NoHo)

image

 

Helmed by Chef Mads Refslund (formerly of NOMA), Acme is a modern bistro serving locally sourced, seasonal New American fare with subtle Nordic influences. The cuisine features fresh, farm-to-table flavor combinations both familiar and unexpected, served in an upscale but casual setting.

Freemans (Lower East Side)

image

 

Tucked into a hidden alley off the Bowery, Freemans specializes in simple and rustic American cuisine inspired by the Old World. A leader in the New York cocktail revival, Freemans continues to innovate, mixing classic drinks and new concoctions with the best small batch whiskies and exotic spirits. An Old World-style wine list features many hard-to-find bottles as well as food-friendly, organic and biodynamic wines.

King Bee (East Village)

image

 

With a menu of rustic preparations of seafood and game and an extensive wine list, King Bee pays homage to Louisiana cuisine with Ken Jackson’s New Orleans-inspired menu and sophisticated cocktails from Eben Klemm. The inviting space has a rustic farmhouse feel, with touches of copper and wood.

With even more dining options downtown, this week it might be time to try something new. Place a request in the app, and we’ll get to work to get you seated!

Happy dining,

Lisa Ganz, Reserve NYC

Share this:Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on StumbleUponPin on Pinterest