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The West Village, NYC's Little Bohemia, encompasses Greenwich Village and the Meatpacking District on Manhattan's west side, and has an artsy population of mostly 20- and 30-somethings. Some of the best New York dining at every price point is available in the West Village, and the restaurants here are common hangouts for the Gen X residents of the neighborhood.

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Gabriel Stulman is an up-and-coming restaurateur who is making a name for himself with West Village restaurants like Chez Sardine, Perla, and Fedora—all mega-hits where you can expect to wait an hour or two for a table. In a nod to his home state, Stulman calls his cluster of New York restaurants "Little Wisco," and the service is every bit as friendly as you'd find in the midwest. Patrons agree that the food is worth the wait times. The West Village couldn't call itself Bohemian without a great vegetarian eatery (or twelve). Flavored falafels and the sabich sandwich at Taim are neighborhood favorites. Find contemporary American dining at Left Bank, another popular West Village hangout. If you don't mind crowds and noise, Hudson Clearwater has some of the best cocktails in New York, as well as an uber-hip clientele. For something a little quieter but just as hip, try Lelabar for tapas, drinks, and people-watching. The restaurants in New York's West Village are more than just places to eat—these are the places the residents gather. The top West Village restaurants serve up great food with friendly, familiar service and character. Use our New York Restaurant search tool to browse West Village eateries, read reviews, and sort by price and rating.

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