From trendy bars to delectable restaurants, there’s something to tempt your tastebuds around every New York City corner. Known for its elegant facades and cobblestone streets, Soho boasts high-end restaurants and nightlife hotspots. This trendy neighborhood is home to endless eats, offering flavors from all over the world – some that were born right here in New York City. After you’ve worked up an appetite exploring all of the top things to do in The Big Apple, indulge in a mouthwatering meal at one of the top Soho restaurants, just minutes from Park Terrace Hotel. Here are our favorites:
33 Cortlandt Alley, New York, NY
Au Cheval boasts nationally-recognized burgers. This restaurant is a sister location to the original Au Cheval location in Chicago, bringing the restaurant’s signature elevated burgers and unique twists on classic American dishes to Soho. Au Cheval has a self-proclaimed passion for burgers, fries, and eggs, and you can taste it in their dishes.
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210 6th Ave, New York, NY
Lola Taverna is one of the best Greek restaurants in Soho. This restaurant focuses on Greek classics with additions like fresh seafood, offering a menu that emphasizes fresh ingredients. If you’re looking for a date night spot in Soho, Lola Taverna is the place – the cozy atmosphere and rich food make for a truly romantic Soho date night.
235 Mulberry St, New York, NY
Rubirosa Pizza is a neighborhood staple, known by locals and visitors as one of the best restaurants in Soho. Their handcrafted marinara sauce is a standout, especially alongside their handmade pasta and a glass of their organic signature wine, crafted in Sicilia. Rubirosa Pizza even keeps their vegan and vegetarian friends in mind, offering vegan cheese and a variety of decadent meatless pizzas.
337 W Broadway Unit A, New York, NY
One of the most popular places for brunch in Soho is Flipper’s. One of the first spots in the city to offer the cloud-like Japanese souffle pancakes, Flipper’s has been a favorite in Soho and surrounding areas since their 2019 opening. Pancakes typically mean sweet – and Flipper’s does sweet: lemon ricotta, maple butter, strawberry custard – but their savory eggs benedict and prosciutto pancakes are also crowd favorites.
201 Lafayette St, New York, NY
Brunch like a local at Citizens of Soho. This Australian-style cafe serves up modern breakfast and brunch fare, like classic avocado toast and brekkie bowls. Created to foster a sense of community in the neighborhood, this restaurant and coffee shop does the job well with their welcoming atmosphere and delicious fresh dishes that encourage visitors to keep coming back for more.
463 W Broadway, New York, N
Sadelle’s is easily one of the best places for brunch in Soho. Inspired by the quintessential New York deli, Sadelle’s takes classics like salmon bagels and eggs benedict to the next level with modern flavors and unique finishes. Paired with a fun beverage like Sadelle’s Spritz, you can’t miss with any dish at this Soho brunch spot.
160 Prince Street New York, NY
Serving up fresh-baked, handmade Italian pastries, breads, coffee and more, Vesuvio Bakery can be found in a few spots throughout New York City. Its original location – home to the 102-year-old green storefront – can be found in Soho. Opened in 1920, the bakery’s flagship location pays homage to its rich history, while serving up delectable bites.
142 Sullivan St, New York, NY
142 Sullivan Bar is known by locals as one of the best bars in Soho. The perfect spot to stop by after work to wind down or spend a few hours on the weekends, this inviting spot in the city offers specialty cocktails made with interesting additions like wine-based vodka and ginger beer.
48 Spring St, New York, NY
This location has been one of the best bars in Soho since its opening in the 1920s. Spring Lounge, also known to locals as the Shark Bar, is a comfortable neighborhood bar that offers both classic brews and newer flavors to keep customers satisfied. The menu doesn’t leave out non-alcoholic beverages, offering 0% ABV golden ales, IPAs, and even a phony negroni to keep the party going without adding more booze.
144 Sullivan St, New York, NY
This beer and wine bar in Soho is the perfect spot for casual drinks. Local offers an ever-changing menu of local and national brews on tap, making for fresh flavors and new experiences every time you visit. Cozy up to the bar or find a spot outside on their covered patio to enjoy the weather and people watch!
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Located just two miles from Soho, our Midtown Manhattan hotel is the perfect place to call home for the night. Plus, the party doesn’t have to end – hail a cab or grab an Uber and gather at the Terrazzo Lounge and Terrace for a night-cap before sinking into your spacious NYC suite. Book your next New York City getaway at Park Terrace Hotel today.