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By day, getting around SoHo can be a challenge. The streets and sidewalks are clogged with shoppers checking out the neighborhood's famous boutiques and high-end stores. The neighborhood stays busy at night with popular restaurants and bars, but the streets are easier to navigate once the shopping crowd has gone home for the night. Unless you are already in SoHo for a shopping trip at lunchtime, you'll do better to try these New York restaurants for dinner.

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If you're looking for cheap New York dining, look outside of SoHo. The best restaurants in this neighborhood will cost you -- but constant crowds agree that the fare is worth the fees in the trendy eateries south of Houston Street. Aquagrill is a favorite seafood restaurant in New York. The raw bar and straight-out-of-the-water catches keep the crowds buzzing at Aquagrill -- don't expect a quiet dinner conversation here. Italian is a popular choice in SoHo, and this neighborhood has some of the best Italian restaurants in New York outside of Little Italy. Favorites include Osteria Morini, Cafe Lure, Lomito, and Onyx Restaurant. If you want a classic Italian pizza, get takeout from Numero 28. It's hard to go wrong with any of these options. If you're looking for cheap New York dining, look outside of SoHo. The best restaurants in this neighborhood will cost you—but constant crowds agree that the fare is worth the fees in the trendy eateries south of Houston Street. Aquagrill is a favorite seafood restaurant in New York. The raw bar and straight-out-of-the-water catches keep the crowds buzzing at Aquagrill—don't expect a quiet dinner conversation here. Italian is a popular choice in SoHo, and this neighborhood has some of the best Italian restaurants in New York outside of Little Italy. Favorites include Osteria Morini, Cafe Lure, Lomito, and Onyx Restaurant. If you want a classic Italian pizza, get takeout from Numero 28. It's hard to go wrong with any of these options. Use our New York Restaurants search tool to find exactly what you want in SoHo. Search by price and ratings, and keep in mind that takeout can be a great alternative to the New York dining crowds in SoHo.

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