Cutting BoardAsian • New York, United States
Seafood udon is a safe bet.
East Village, New York, United States47 Tips
Coffee Shops12 Tips
Great little local bar. Small but so friendly. Don't know what to order, just ask Austin behind the bar.
Overpriced Mexican food, but I just love their fresh made-in-front-of-you guacamole and chips.
Tucked away, but great service. Easy to walk in without reservations if you don't mind waiting 10-15 minutes. They get pretty packed at all times of the day.
Quite pricy, but the threading at the end really helps get you bare.
My favorite croissants ever! Must must have! And definitely the mocha coffee as well. Heaven.
The sculpture pool/courtyard is a worthy attraction on its own. If you're going to stay though, you have to ask for the Ocean room.
Coffee is amazeballs! If you find that the AC is too strong for you in the main cafe, head through the courtyard to the cafe space in the back. Nice and quiet.
Over an hour to check in? One of the most ridiculous check-ins I've ever experienced, especially when you see multiple staff members doing nothing on the side.
Cocktails in plastic bags? $4 beers, $5 wines, $6 cocktails, and $1 oysters/wings. Not complaining when the HH is fantastic.
Just great and light Japanese lunch fare. Go for the spam musubi, even if you don't like spam.
Gets packed, call ahead for reservations.
Records galore, but also vintage audio equipment, toys, and clothing to browse through.
Art supplies shop in the back. Also a restroom to use if you ever need one while browsing Warren St.
Play with the free bubble bucket in the corner. Just make sure you blow it away from the patrons.
You can't go wrong with anything here. The cheese are amazing. Cold cuts are to die for. Get the prosciutto sliced real thin.
Great July 4th event! Get close up views of the fireworks.