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Led by executive chef Joe Vigorito (Via Carota)—who also helped see L’Artusi through all of the challenges brought on by the pandemic—b’artusi is an intimate gathering place for the community they’ve called home for more than a decade. Designed by Carpenter + Mason, the 40-seat space offers bar and table seating with black and white checkered floors and warm green accents to create a cozy atmosphere.
B'artusi is located around the corner from its beloved West Village predecessor, L’Artusi, a neighborhood favorite going on 13 years.
Opened in December 2008, L'Artusi is named for Pellegrino Artusi, (1820-1911) and his self-published cookbook La Scienza in Cucina e L'Arte di Mangiare Bene (The Science of Cookery and the Art of Eating Well). L'Artusi presents a modern take on traditional Italian cuisine, combining comfort and creativity.
You can’t go wrong with this local West Village spot. Sibling restaurant [B'Artusi] just opened up around the corner on 7th Avenue!
As a bar and restaurant founded in 1989, Cowgirl has helped shape the NYC community of the West Village by welcoming people of all walks of life with Texas-friendly service, food and killer margaritas. The owners and staff, are proud to be a part of uniting true wild-west spirit with the independent, creative energy of NYC.
Bar seating and delicious comfort food. Le Baratin is a casual French bistro located in the West Village overlooking Greenwich Avenue between 6th and 7th Avenues. Opened by brothers Michael and Cyril Touchard along with their friend David, the three wanted to create a neighborhood restaurant with a menu based on simple and traditional French bistro fare.
A corner gem with a big pork-chop and an even bigger heart. Celebrating 14 years in Greenwich Village, Little Owl offers bold Mediterranean cuisine with friendly yet professional service that captures neighborhood dining in NYC.
Menus flow with the seasons featuring daily specials and Little Owl classics. Seafood from chef Joey Campanaro’s fishing trips and local varietals make appearances as well as treasured dishes from his childhood cooking alongside his grandmother.
Understated yet elegant with only 28 seats, and 4 at the bar, the chef’s favorite table. An intimate room, your home away from home.
Fairfax is an all-day neighborhood cafe and wine bar. Fairfax is part of the Happy Cooking family of restaurants, started by restauranteur Gabriel Stulman. , , Fedora and , all in the West Village, are also part of the family. , and can all be found within the Freehand Hotel in the Gramercy neighborhood with our newest location, The Jones, located in NoHo.
Established in early 2011 by Chef Jody Williams, Buvette Gastrothèque is inspired by European traditions that honor a history of craft and design, where each detail evokes a sense of story, place and delight.
Part restaurant, part bar, part café, Buvette combines the elegance of an old world café with the casual nature of a neighborhood eatery. It is a light filled space for an early morning espresso or a long lunch of shared dishes, even a spot for a late night digestif.
Sevilla Restaurant has served up delicious heaped platefuls of seafood paella and jugs of sangria to hungry West Villagers since 1941. Inside, you’ll see remnants of its former life as the Talk of the Town Irish tavern, like murals, the original bar and wood-cut ceiling.