East Village Eats

Honest & accurate restaurant and bar reviews from the East Village and surrounding areas.

Free Meat Pie From Tuck Shop

The folks over at Tuck Shop are giving away a free savory pie (one per person) until March 2nd.  Go to their East Village shop, click on this link with your mobile device and show your server.  It’s a fairly easy process to get your hands on a delicious pie (I’m  big fan of the traditional […]

Jeepney Joins The Bottomless Brunch Crowd

Filipino gastropub, Jeepney, has introduced a bottomless brunch on weekends 2 hours of booze and an entree for $29.  I’m  big fan of Jeepney (as well as it’s sister restaurant, Maharlika) and I do love to get drunk, so this is a nice addition. It seems like a lot of East Village restaurants are offering […]

Yuji Ramen

A friend had been telling me about this place for a while —  I rarely shop at Whole Foods & had never been to the food court upstairs, but it seems that I have been missing out on a whole lot. Started as a pop-up in the back of a brooklyn bar, Yuji has been […]

Idle Hands Taking Over Station B

Idle Hands, the “Bourbon, Beer & Rock” bar that has been in the basement of 25 Avenue B for the past few years will be taking over the upstairs bar with was previously Station B.  Word has it that it’ll be pretty much business as usual with the upstairs having the same excellent selection of […]

Boulton & Watt

Like many other East Villagers I was sad to see Nice Guy Eddies close.  The KISS mural outside was a bit of a neighborhood landmark, the food wasn’t the best (I was a fan of the wings) and the place was pretty dingy, but it was a chill place to get a beer & watch […]

Mighty Quinn’s BBQ

Normally when I think of good barbecue the first thing that comes to mind is a rundown old shack down south with a potbellied pitmaster that has been smoking meat for the best part of his life, not the epicenter of the East Village.  Mighty Quinn’s BBQ (which began at Smorgasburg) hopes to change that with […]

Aurora

When I started this blog just over 3 years ago I chose (what I thought was) a clever name and planned to review the area that I live in solely, but there’s so much great food in this, the most amazing of cities, that I’d be doing everyone a disservice if I didn’t branch out […]

BrisketTown

Hidden behind a unique wooden door lies what I can only describe as the Holy Grail of Meat.  Several weeks after my visit to Daniel Delaney’s pop-up BrisketLab (more on that awesome day here), they’ve opened their first brick & mortar location in Williamsburg.  We had pre-ordered 3lbs of meat, so we were guaranteed to […]

St. Dymphna’s

Reminding me of my school years in England, St. Dymphna’s brings an awesome Irish flair to the East Village.  Ice-cold Guinness, a no nonsense menu & an awesome staff totally round out this Irish Pub in the East Village.  I’ve been going there for a few years & the place just seems to get better […]

Sunday Roast at Tuck Shop

The St Marks Pl. outpost of the Aussie meat pie slinging Tuck Shop will be offering expats (and locals alike) a taste of home with a weekly Sunday Roast from 3-7pm.  15 bucks will get you roast lamb, veggies, Yorkshire pudding & gravy.  They’ll also be showing Aussie TV & Match of the Day.  Don’t […]

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