Restaurants in the West Village, Manhattan

The West Village is a charming neighborhood with historic old brownstone houses on tree lined streets. It runs from Houston Street on the South to 14th Street on the North, from the Hudson River on West to Broadway on the East. When you come to Manhattan, make time to visit The West Village The West Village has always been one of my favorite places to shop and just take a break from the hectic pace of up town. After an afternoon of shopping through the West Village antique shops, you will need a good meal. The prices in the restaurants of the West Village range from the lowest to the highest and there is every type imaginable, so there is something for everyone. Instead of just walking around and searching with a handful of shopping bags, why not take a look here first. I attempt to give a good representation of what is available, with different styles and a range of prices The prices listed are in effect now, but may change at any time Unless it says otherwise, the prices are for main courses only. Appetizers, salads, drinks and deserts will cost extra. If you have any questions, call the restaurant, They will be more than glad to answer any questions you may have.

American Style Restaurants in the West Village, Manhattan

Caf�© Condesa Restaurant
183 W 10th St,
New York 10014
At 7th Avenue and Avenue S

CafÃ?© Condesa is small and cozy with a relaxed atmosphere and good food. It is a nice place to sit back and relax. The prices are moderate, so it won’t hurt the pocketbook especially after doing all that shopping. They are open for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner starting at 7:30 Am seven days a week. Some of the menu items are a bit adventurous, but there are some old favorites as well. Take a look at this sample from their dinner menu.
Goat Cheese Galette Mushroom, red pepper, black olive paste over mache salad and sherry wine vinaigrette$7.55
Baby Spinach & Portoballo Mushroom Salad Shaved parmesan cheese and balsamic vinaigrette $8.00
Roasted Salmon Sauteed spinach, piperade avocado puree, tomatillo salsa and tomato cilantro salsa$11.75
Roasted Rack of Lamb Fingerling potato puree, roasted wild mushroom and chimichurri sauce $12.75

Cowgirl Restaurant
519 Hudson St,
New York 10014
At W 10th Street
Great southern cooking in New York, everything from Bar-B-Q to Cajun. There is nothing more American than that. They are open for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner seven days a week. Th atmosphere is pure country, so come prepared to relax and enjoy. Take a look at some of the suggestions from their dinner menu.
Bar-k’s Stockyard Hangar Steak 16.95
topped with chipotle-lime butter and crispy fried onions
served with garlic mashed potatoes, creamed spinach and stuffed tomato
Cowgirl’s Famous Smoked BBQ Ribs 16.50
smoked with mesquite, slathered in bbq sauce and fire grilled
served with mashed potatoes, bbq beans and slaw

Italian Restaurants in the West Village, Manhattan

Andavi Restaurant
91 Christopher St,
New York 10014
At Bleecker St

Abdavu us a neighborhood favorite, but they a =re under new ownership So far they have been well received and hopefully they will establish themself as one of the top restaurants not only in the West Village, but in Manhattan in general The prices are on the medium to high end of the scale, but they have the ambiance and class to make it worthwhile. They are not in the most expensive range though. It is a good place for a special dinner, and since they are the new guys on the block, they welcome your comments and suggestions. Take a look at some of the dinner items and see if you want to pay them a visit.
Seared scallops With white & green asparagus on a leek-honey mustard sauce $24
Grilled Churrasco Skirt Steak With saut�©ed spinach & mushrooms and yucca frita $24
Baked Chicken with Brie With saut�©ed spinach, sun dried tomatoes in a lemon-garlic sauce
Penne Pommodoro Buffalo mozzarella & fresh tomato sauce $16

French Restaurants in the West Village, Manhattan

Paradou Restaurant
8 Little West 12th St
New York 10014
At 9th Avenue
The cuisine at Paradou is French Porvinicial Country style. With the white washed brick walls and year round enclosed garden you feel like you have crossed the ocean anc entered a bistro in the French countryside. They are open for brunch and dinner. The prices are moderate and the atmosphere inviting. Take a look at some of the items from their dinner menu.
New Zealand Rack of Lamb with Corriander Rice, Blood Orange Slices & the Chef’s Sauce Orange a’la Oriental
Cold Poached Salmon Crusted with Lemon Zest, Whole Grain Mustard & Terragon served with Grilled Asparagus & Hot Crushed Purple Peruvian Potatoes

Irish Pubs in the West Village, Manhattan

Fiddlesticks Restaurant
56 Greenwich Ave
New York 10011
Between 6th & 7th Avenues
Fiddlesticks is everything you expect and want in an Irish Pub, relaxed atmosphere, good food and drink and big screen tv for th sports fans, A great place to meet with friends and kick back after a long day at work. Prices are moderate. Here are some examples. Brunch on the weekends is $9.95 and that includes 2 drinks Try the Irish Breakfast for a true taste of Ireland.
Now, from the dinner menu:
Bangers and Mash $9.50
Shepherds Pie $11.95
Fish and Chips $11.95
New York Sirloin $18.95

German Restaurants in the West Village, Manhattan

Lederhosen Restaurant
39 Grove St,
New York 10014
Between Bedford & Bleecker Streets

You cannot get more authentic that Lederhosen, The atmosphere and the food make you feel right at home. Try some of theses from the dinner menu
Schweinebraten mit Spaetzle (Pork) served over brown gravy with red & wine sauerkraut
Wiener Schnitzel (your choice between Breaded Chicken, Pork, Vealcutlet) served with bratkartofflen, red & wine sauerkraut, cucumber & string bean salad

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