Cafe Noir, the chic hybrid of a bar, tapas bar and bistro is located in the western part of Soho. It serves food (both full ... More
Cafe Noir, the chic hybrid of a bar, tapas bar and bistro is located in the western part of Soho. It serves food (both full meals and tapas) until 4a. The menu draws from European, North African and Spanish influences. The tapas menu is extensive, but patrons may also choose from entrees like paella or grilled steak. The decor is very French, with banquettes and a black-and-white checkered floor. It is romantic and intimate, but can get crowded and smoky at peak times.
When you get tired of sleuthing around the nearby antique stores, revitalize those bargaining skills at this quaint cafe. Antique
hounds love to pop in and gloat over their latest find, while enjoying the fresh sandwiches and beverages available ...
This Midtown cafe exudes Southwestern attitude, and the lines for Sunday brunch make it obvious this is one of the
more popular eateries in the area. The walls are decorated with steer horns and highway murals. The food is ...
Situated on a barge beside the Brooklyn Bridge, this superb, elegant restaurant is where old money New Yorkers and people
who want to impress their dates gather for special occasions. It is incredibly romantic, with a spectacular view of ...