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Restaurants, Austrian West Village
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The Mario Batali of all things Austrian, Kurt Gutenbrunner still delivers his best work at this airy West Village corner perch that feels like a neighborhood hangout despite walls filled with Julian Schnabels (he’s a regular). His seasonally influenced menu hasn’t evolved drastically, rotating between haute takes on Austrian standbys—soft lemony spaetzle mashed up with corn, morels and rabbit; Wiener schnitzel with an eggy shell that peels off like a bread blanket; apple-walnut strudel—and more unusual fare (a hot, minty, creamless pea soup; a strudel-take on cod; strawberry granite with elderflower mousse). The wine list stands out for the city’s best selection of the pride of Vienna’s vineyards: Grüner-Veltliner.



Address: 344 W 11th St
New York
Cross street: at Washington St
Transport: Subway: A, B, C, D to West 4th St; A, C, E to 14th St; L to Eighth Ave; 1 to Christopher St–Sheridan Sq
Price: Average main course: $35
Opening hours: Mon–Wed 5:30–10pm; Thurs–Sat 5:30–11pm
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