East Village Eats

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

Cowgirl Sea-Horse

If I told you that there was a nautically themed Tex-Mex restaurant located near South Street Seaport hidden under the Brooklyn Bridge, you’d probably call me a liar.  Sister restaurant to Tortilla Flats (review) on the West Side, it has the same decor sensibility & I imagine a similar raucous late-night atmosphere.  We arrived late in the afternoon on […]

Post Office

I read about Post Office on Tasting Table & Immaculate Infatuation, but it wasn’t until I realized that a good friend lived around the corner that I decided to take the trip out to BK.  It was surprisingly painless to get there from the East Village (Post Office is by the Marcy Av J, M, […]

Pedro’s

While there are loads of Mexican restaurants in the East Village, none of them quite top the vibe at Pedro’s in Dumbo.  Well worth the subway ride, I can guarantee that you won’t be disappointed with your meal there.  Being a Friday night, it was a bit packed, but we didn’t have to wait that […]

The Toucan & The Lion Now Serving Brunch

Pretty self-explanatory. Further Coverage here.

Little Town NYC

I couyld eat oysters pretty much all day long, so it’s no surprise that I was looking forward to a meal with my Mom at Little Town NYC. Opened in April 2011, it’s basically a 72 seat mecca of local beef, shellfish & beer.  All of the shellfish & beer are from New York State & Hudson […]

Totto Ramen

It’s no real secret that I’m a huge Ramen fan, but I don’t often venture far out of the East Village.  A few weeks ago, I was going to a show at Terminal 5, so it was the perfect opportunity to head uptown & check out Totto Ramen.  I’ve heard horror stories about massive lines […]

Cinco de Mayo Derby at Idle Hands Bar

If you haven’t been able to deduct from the title, tomorrow is Cinco de Mayo and also the Kentucky Derby.  Cinco de Mayo is normally seen as a celebration of Mexican pride & heritage or the anniversary of the unlikely win at the Battle of Puebla in 1862.  For a non-Mexican like myself, it’s normally […]

Sa Aming Nayon (Closed)

I’ll be the first to admit that I’m no expert in Filipino food, in fact, my visit to Maharlika last year was the only time I’ve ever tried the cuisine.  I had heard good things about the food there & was feeling adventurous had a coupon to use, so I decided to give Sa Aming Nayon […]

New Deals At The Sunburnt Cow

Sunburnt Cow (brunch review here), an Australian bar & restaurant in the East Village most commonly know for insane burgers & all you can drink brunches has come up with some new specials just in time for the summer.  Per the press release: “The Sunburnt Cow is back!  Closed late last year, the Cow is […]

Brunch at The Cardinal

I’ve been eating a lot of Southern & Soul food lately, helped in part by a bunch of new restaurants springing up in the East Village.  The Cardinal opened in late August 2011, but I never got the chance to eat there till now.  Located in the space formerly held by Thai restaurant Amaya, they’ve […]

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