Published on March 1, 2016

5 Bowery Restaurants New Yorkers Love

Nestled between Little Italy, the Lower East Side and Chinatown, the Bowery is a downtown street that boasts of the best of New York's dining scene. Here are 5 restaurants well-known for being the tastiest on the street.

5 Bowery Restaurants New Yorkers Love

1. Il BucoIl BucoIl Buco serves Mediterranean-Italian fare to complement its carefully curated wine list. The Tuscan farmhouse furniture, exposed brick and gorgeous downstairs wine cellar creates a rustic, intimate vibe.

2. Bar Primi

Bar PrimiRun by NoHo Hospitality Group and Chef Andrew Carmellini, Bar Primi is a casual Italian spot focused on house-made pastas and small plates. The white paneling and wine shelves of unfinished wood create an inviting rustic atmosphere. This neighborhood favorite features two bars serving a full beverage program and many Italian wines.

3. ACME

ACMEACME is a contemporary NoHo bistro. Combining chef Brian Loiacono's Italian-American upbringing with the Daniel Boulud alum's classic French training, the hot spot serves up seasonal American cuisine in a brick-walled space filled with contemporary art. Classic and reimagined cocktails —as well as a diverse wine list —are available.

4. Bondst

BondstOccupying three floors of a historic NoHo brownstone, BONDST serves up sushi and Japanese food along with a chic atmosphere. While the intimate space of the ground floor houses a sushi bar and banquettes amidst the softly textured decor, the second floor features a large dining space and a bar overlooking cobblestoned Bond Street. A curated list of wines, sakes and cocktails is available to complement any dish at any level of the bustling space.

5. The Smile

The SmileA laidback coffee shop and cafe, The Smile serves serves dishes full of Mediterranean and American flavors at brunch, lunch and dinner. The cozy vegetable-forward spot boasts a charming, rustic ambience with dim lighting, dark wood and lots of exposed brick. Approachable wines and specialty brunch cocktails complement the food and coffee options., exceprt: Nestled between Little Italy, the Lower East Side and Chinatown, the Bowery is a downtown street that boasts of the best of New York's dining scene. Here are 5 restaurants well-known for being the tastiest on the street.

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