Nolita

Cafe Habana
Best corn on the cob NYC Cafe Habana Dream about this dish
When I saw this little restaurant for the first time I didn’t really understand what all the fuzz was about (in other words why everybody that knew I was going to NY would never talk to me again if I didn’t order the grilled corn in Nolita’s Cafe Habana…) I waited to be seated for 40 minutes (that’s how curious I was) and ‘Oh Yeah’ was it worth the wait… A Quesadilla de Pollo and a bottle of white Rioja later I was addicted to the Mexican kitchen thanks to the delicious dishes in this unpretentious little place… 17 Prince St | New York | +12126252001 | Website | $

Epistrophy
Epistrophy Nolita NYC restaurant cafe
I had a late lunch and bottle of wine here and fell in love with this little place. It’s a small cafe with a romantic, edgy feel to it. The decor is utterly charming. It looks like it all just fell into place instead of very designed and ‘over-thought’. Nolita | 2oo Mott Street | New York | (212) 966 0904 | $

A Lovely Day
A lovely day NYC Nolita Thai restaurant
A really cute and inexpensive restaurant in Soho, serving excellent Thai food. This funky little place combines floral wallpaper and, American diner like, red leather booths. Perfect to end a busy day of running around in NYC. Nothing fancy or anything, just very laid back serving delicious food. I loved their Pad Thai, Chinese broccoli and Tom Kah Kai best. A lovely place… 196 Elizabeth St (between Prince and Spring St) | New York | (212) 925-3310 | Underground: Bowery | $$

Musket RoomThe Musket Room NYC Nolita
New Zealand cuisine in Nolita. First of all, I absolutely loved the interior. It feels very rustic and understated but cool at the same time – very instagrammable! The food is impressive too. We shared the Heirloom Gazpacho, Fois Gras, New Zealand Red Deer and Chicken & Egg. All came beautifully presented with great taste. Good to know, the starters are tiny but the mains are normal sized so don’t be afraid you won’t end up with enough to eat. When you decide to go for an afternoon shop & stroll in Nolita, this restaurant is the perfect place to end the day. 265 Elizabeth Street, Nolita | Tel: +1(212) 219-0764 | Subway: Houston St & Prince St | Website | $$$

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