81 "SoHo" Restaurants in New York.
You don’t have to play tennis or own a beach house to love this West Soho Italian cafe, you’ll just embody that energy while you’re here.
This tiny cafe in Soho makes fantastic Brazilian baked goods and sweets like brigadeiros.
The Tyger serves fantastic food from a variety of Southeast Asian countries in a bright Soho space that’s good for groups.
Landmark Diner is a time capsule in Soho that you should rely on for cheap eggs and pancakes.
Hampton Chutney Co. is a counter-service spot in Soho where you can get a sandwich, a salad, or a dosa the size of your arm. Try it for a quick lunch.
Souk & Sandwich is a Lebanese takeout spot on 6th Avenue where you can pick up a great sandwich filled with chicken, beef, or some kind of veggie.
The Woo is a two-story Korean barbecue spot in Soho. It’s a little pricier than average, but the beef is great, and it isn’t hard to get into.
Ciccio is an Italian restaurant in the bottom of an apartment building in Soho. It’s a charming, casual spot, perfect for catching up with a friend.
Lola Taverna is a very nice-looking restaurant in Soho with decent, overpriced Greek food.
Canal Street Oysters is a big seafood spot on the Tribeca/Soho border that’s a good option for wine and oysters after work.
Piccola Cucina Estiatorio is a Sicilian spot in Soho that’s always a party and also happens to serve great seafood pastas.
Special Club is the jazz club below Niche Niche in soho. It’s a cool spot - just know there’s a $20 cover, and they only serve wine and beer.
Niche Niche is a dinner party inside a Soho townhouse, where there’s a different wine list and menu every night.
Salud is a California-style Mexican spot in Soho that’s great for something quick and healthy in the area.
Pi Bakerie is a Greek counter-service spot in Soho with great pastries, pies, and moussaka.