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BONDSTBONDST
1741 reviews
Japanese | NoHo, Manhattan

The food as always was amazing More

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Vic'sVic's
955 reviews
Italian | NoHo, Manhattan

While I am a fan, things seemed a bit off. My salad was too salty - way too much feta and my colleague’s salad just didn’t taste right. Garlic bread always amazing as was the borsa pasta and cacio e Pepe. Maybe they just don’t do salads right? More

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Song E NapuleSong E Napule
129 reviews
Italian | NoHo, Manhattan

Always the best! More

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Il Buco Alimentari & VineriaIl Buco Alimentari & Vineria
2246 reviews
Italian | NoHo, Manhattan

This is a really nice place in theatre district that rises above most of the “pre theatre” alternatives. Attentive service and very good food in a relaxed but upscale environment. My date and I were delighted to discover it! More

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Saxon + ParoleSaxon + Parole
1224 reviews
American | NoHo, Manhattan

We dined with a group of clients and overall it was a good experience. The West Coast oysters were fantastic, and the prawn cocktail was perfect ... large, perfectly cooked and so fresh! We shared the Holy Cow and the presentation on a large plank of wood was impressive and beautiful. The steaks were as delicious as they looked. Cocktails and wines were also first rate. The pecan tart was also delicious but the s'more was a total miss. No one at the table liked it... the smokey taste overwhelmed the chocolate and marshmallows. The young woman who greeted us at the front desk was not warm nor friendly and didn't seem to have a personality to match the cool, warm vibe of the restaurant. The young men who were bussing the tables were totally on it more so than the waiter who was also devoid of personality and warmth. In the end, we all would love to go back as the food and the atmosphere is wonderful. More

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The SmileThe Smile
406 reviews
American | NoHo, Manhattan

Great food and atmosphere at The Smile. Portion size was great and choices for every one. Definitely one to go back to again! More

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IndochineIndochine
1624 reviews
Vietnamese | NoHo, Manhattan

My daughter and I enjoyed pho, spicy shrimp, pea shoots, and spring rolls before Blue Man Group. Food was fresh and tasty! We loved it! The service was fabulous by the way! More

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LafayetteLafayette
2474 reviews
French | NoHo, Manhattan

2nd time there and food and service first rate. I wish they had a more extensive menu but overall its a great place. More

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BessouBessou
77 reviews
Japanese | NoHo, Manhattan

We absolutely loved Bessou. We found it through New York Magazine on a whim and decided to try it. So glad we did. Service was great, thanks to Cameron, and food was delicious. Get the brussels sprouts! Would highly recommend! More

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MisirizziMisirizzi
190 reviews
Italian | NoHo, Manhattan

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Great food. Great service. Reasonably priced. My th More

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AcmeAcme
744 reviews
Contemporary American | NoHo, Manhattan

My wife and I had a great experience at Acme. Our waiter and the whole staff was very attentive. Our meals were delicious. Definitely going back and recommend Acme. More

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Quartino Bottega OrganicaQuartino Bottega Organica
11 reviews
Italian | NoHo, Manhattan

Fabulous organic pasta dishes with amazingly flavourful sauces. House made gelato was a treat. Service was cheerful and attentive and helpful. A reasonably priced and totally nice dining experience. We will be delighted to return. More

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Gemma - The Bowery HotelGemma - The Bowery Hotel
6 reviews
Italian | NoHo, Manhattan

The staff at Gemma are wonderful. Nikola the manager is the best in the game. He is kind, accommodating and made the whole experience something to remember. More

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The Library at the PublicThe Library at the Public
926 reviews
American | NoHo, Manhattan

This was our third visit to The Library. The menu is interesting and pretty typical "New American." We wanted burgers (not our usual choice, but we were in the mood.) The hamburger was one of the best I have ever tasted. Richly flavored meat, sauced well. There were enough fries with it for 2-3 people. Well done as well. We would go back there again just for the burgers. They were that good. Fries were Parisian style and very good as well. If you're going to the Public for theater, you won't be late for the curtain. Also, there's not much in the neighborhood for a sit-down meal. More

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The BariThe Bari
61 reviews
Contemporary Asian | NoHo, Manhattan

Came with a group of 15 and were able to be seated without the whole party present. Our server Michael was the best! He went through the menu to give recommends and they were on point. Interesting kind of Korean fusion food and was pretty good. Highly suggest the pork belly and bulgogi kimchi pizza as appetizers for a group and I really enjoyed my Bari pasta! More

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The Poni RoomThe Poni Room
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Seafood | NoHo, Manhattan

A cozy seafood and rosé-centric American izakaya that occupies the subterranean level beneath the NoHo favorite neighborhood restaurant, Saxon + Parole. Chef Brad Farmerie and Chef Nicole Gajadhar have collaborated on a menu primarily driven by under-the-sea dishes to complement an extensive rosé program along with signature cocktails. We offer over 20+ roses that will be available by the glass, bottle, and on tap. We take a Pan-Asian approach to our seafood-forward menu of small plates and skewers in addition to large shareable platters including a salt crusted whole boneless dorade, whole crispy twice-cooked chicken, lobster bake, and Guinness spice braised short ribs.More

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NoHo's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
BONDSTBONDST
1741 reviews
Japanese | NoHo, Manhattan

The food as always was amazing More

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Vic'sVic's
955 reviews
Italian | NoHo, Manhattan

While I am a fan, things seemed a bit off. My salad was too salty - way too much feta and my colleague’s salad just didn’t taste right. Garlic bread always amazing as was the borsa pasta and cacio e Pepe. Maybe they just don’t do salads right? More

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Song E NapuleSong E Napule
129 reviews
Italian | NoHo, Manhattan

Always the best! More

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Il Buco Alimentari & VineriaIl Buco Alimentari & Vineria
2246 reviews
Italian | NoHo, Manhattan

This is a really nice place in theatre district that rises above most of the “pre theatre” alternatives. Attentive service and very good food in a relaxed but upscale environment. My date and I were delighted to discover it! More

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Saxon + ParoleSaxon + Parole
1224 reviews
American | NoHo, Manhattan

We dined with a group of clients and overall it was a good experience. The West Coast oysters were fantastic, and the prawn cocktail was perfect ... large, perfectly cooked and so fresh! We shared the Holy Cow and the presentation on a large plank of wood was impressive and beautiful. The steaks were as delicious as they looked. Cocktails and wines were also first rate. The pecan tart was also delicious but the s'more was a total miss. No one at the table liked it... the smokey taste overwhelmed the chocolate and marshmallows. The young woman who greeted us at the front desk was not warm nor friendly and didn't seem to have a personality to match the cool, warm vibe of the restaurant. The young men who were bussing the tables were totally on it more so than the waiter who was also devoid of personality and warmth. In the end, we all would love to go back as the food and the atmosphere is wonderful. More

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The SmileThe Smile
406 reviews
American | NoHo, Manhattan

Great food and atmosphere at The Smile. Portion size was great and choices for every one. Definitely one to go back to again! More

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BessouBessou
77 reviews
Japanese | NoHo, Manhattan

We absolutely loved Bessou. We found it through New York Magazine on a whim and decided to try it. So glad we did. Service was great, thanks to Cameron, and food was delicious. Get the brussels sprouts! Would highly recommend! More

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LafayetteLafayette
2474 reviews
French | NoHo, Manhattan

2nd time there and food and service first rate. I wish they had a more extensive menu but overall its a great place. More

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IndochineIndochine
1624 reviews
Vietnamese | NoHo, Manhattan

My daughter and I enjoyed pho, spicy shrimp, pea shoots, and spring rolls before Blue Man Group. Food was fresh and tasty! We loved it! The service was fabulous by the way! More

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MisirizziMisirizzi
190 reviews
Italian | NoHo, Manhattan

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Great food. Great service. Reasonably priced. My th More

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Discover NoHo

If its southern neighbor, SoHo, is shopping mixed with a sprinkling of restaurants, then NoHo is the inverse with a foodie vibe. While it was once home to artists like Basquiat and Warhol, it now boasts some of the finest food in the city. For the refined palate, stylish bistros frequented by artists, actors, and fashionistas offer everything from French-Vietnamese fare to classic Italian. On the more everyday side of the spectrum, you can find Jewish deli comfort food, a solid NYC slice of pizza, and inexpensive Mexican street specialities. In NoHo, style is dished out across the board.

Discover NoHo

If its southern neighbor, SoHo, is shopping mixed with a sprinkling of restaurants, then NoHo is the inverse with a foodie vibe. While it was once home to artists like Basquiat and Warhol, it now boasts some of the finest food in the city. For the refined palate, stylish bistros frequented by artists, actors, and fashionistas offer everything from French-Vietnamese fare to classic Italian. On the more everyday side of the spectrum, you can find Jewish deli comfort food, a solid NYC slice of pizza, and inexpensive Mexican street specialities. In NoHo, style is dished out across the board.