76 "SoHo" Restaurants in New York.
For your next special occasion/fancy night out dinner in SoHo, consider the French fine dining at Le Coucou.
The original Blue Ribbon in Soho, in which you can eat bone marrow, fried chicken, and oysters from a white table cloth at 3am. What a world.
Most everything on the menu at Charlie Bird is fantastic. They do service and wine better than almost anyone else.
Houseman is a fantastic neighborhood restaurant in a neighborhood you probably don’t spend much time in.
Raoul’s has been a Soho institution since the '70s. If you can’t have a good time at this French bistro, you probably can’t have a good time anywhere.
West-Bourne is an all-day cafe in SoHo where you can eat a great mushroom reuben or a bowl of vegetables that tastes better than it should.
Lure Fishbar is still just as much of a Soho party yacht as it was when it opened in 2004. The food has only gotten better.
Raku serves the city’s best udon. Try it in several forms at this Japanese spot in Soho.
Balthazar is a Soho institution - a French bistro that will get the job done for almost any situation.
La Mercerie is a cafe and luxury design store in SoHo. It has expensive pastries and expensive furniture, and it’s a great spot for a daytime meeting.
Aquagrill is a West Village raw bar classic. If you're not prepared to eat a dozen oysters on your own, you're not prepared to eat here.
A few years in, Soho’s The Dutch is better than it was when it first opened. These days, it might even be underrated.
Looking for the perfect downtown sushi spot to take people when you’re not the one paying the bill? Blue Ribbon is your joint.
Osteria Morini is a popular Italian restaurant on Lafayette street, known for pasta and lots of lambrusco. Expect crowds and very little elbow room.