Trying a new restaurant in NoHo? Whether you're taking out a client or treating out your significant other, here's a list of NoHo restaurants New Yorkers and critics love.
5 NoHo Restaurants New Yorkers Love
1. Il 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.
Lafayette Grand Café and Bakery serves local, classic French fare under the direction of NoHo Hospitality Group and Chef Andrew Carmellini. An iconic NoHo landmark, the restaurant features a traditional brasserie-style main dining with mahogany floors and large arched windows, as well as a bakery and two private dining rooms. The bar offers a selection of champagne, cocktails, aperitifs and craft beers.
ACME 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. The Smile
A 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.
Occupying 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.