This charming restaurant has been Prince Street royalty since 1975. Its sultry assembled art, pressed-tin ceilings, intimite seating arrangement (we prefer the booths in the back) and tasteful throwback flair combine to make it cinematic, romantic, and inimitably NYC. The menu, however, is solidly French featuring moules frites, savory steaks and satisfying crepes.
One of NYC’s most famous neighborhoods, we humbly submit that Soho’s food and drink options are one of the attractions that gave it that categorization. Sure, it also has world-class galleries and, in recent years, an abundance of shopping destinations you’ll also see all over the world, but restaurants and bars are part of the fabric of every neighborhood. And these are Soho’s best.
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