New York City’s culinary landscape is among the most extensive and diverse in the entire country. When you visit serviced apartments in Soho, in particular, you will be just minutes away from some of the most beloved dining establishments in the city. Once the artistic hub in New York City, no matter what your taste buds are craving during your trip to Soho, you will never be at a loss for flavor.
Chalk Point Kitchen, 527 Broome Street
A 60-seat, “market to table” restaurant, Chalk Point Kitchen offers an integration of modern cuisine and local, sustainable produce exclusively sourced from the Tri-State Area. The restaurant boasts a quiet country feel to hustle of the city life...even if reservations are recommended.
Boqueria, 171 Spring Street
Craving some delicious “small plate” dishes, stop by Boqueria for traditional Spanish tapas piled with meats and vegetables grilled to perfection. Named after “El Mercado de la Boqueria,” Barcelona’s renowned food market, Boqueria offers delicious variety from their summer fish fry to nightly market menus. Don’t forget about their Sunday brunch deal rife with specialty plates and cocktails!
Antique Garage, 41 Mercer Street
Looking for something a little different, Antique Garage might just be the place for you. The Mediterranean restaurant/antique store is situated in, what was, an old mechanic shop and has been one of Soho’s best kept secrets for almost 15 years. The cross-culturally influenced menus offer variety from halloumi cheese salads to grilled Turkish meatballs.
The Butcher’s Daughter, 19 Kenmare Street
There is no shortage of options in the city for vegetarian-friendly foods. The Butcher’s Daughter, known as a “vegetable slaughterhouse,” employs meat-centric techniques to serve their fruits and vegetables. They carve, filet and chop fresh produce into healthy vegetarian (and often vegan) dishes and press them into flavor-packed juices. Committed to buying from local farms, The Butcher’s Daughter supports community sustainability and providing consumers the opportunity to “eat with the seasons.”
Balthazar, 80 Spring Street
If you’re looking for a nice quiet spot to enjoy an intimate dinner, Balthazar may not be the place for you. Often filled with people, this cornerstone of the Soho area is a bustling culinary destination with French fare such as moules frites, seafood ceviche, and salade niçoise.
La Esquina, 114 Kenmare Street
You’ll need to plan for this one! Located beneath an old neon “Corner Deli” sign, La Esquina is a luxurious Mexican brasserie that is a secret to those who don’t know it’s there. The establishment is reservation only and the nondescript entrance is situated within the deli upstairs. From tapas to tacos, entrees and desserts, the brasserie is popping with fresh flavors and ingredient combinations. Can’t get a reservation? Don’t worry. You can enjoy La
Esquina’s fresh tacos from the counter upstairs in the meantime.