Depending on the time of day, Soho can feel like a chaotic urban shopping mall of sorts, albeit in a beautiful setting, filled with cobblestone streets and sun-drenched loft buildings with massive windows. While reasonably priced, interesting lunch options are still sparse in the area, there’s a respectable range of restaurants with a strong showing of power breakfast and somewhat flashy dinner or expense-account lunch options.
A handful of the city’s best French joints are in Soho (Balthazar, Le Coucou, and Raoul’s), as is one of the city’s oldest continually operating bars, Ear Inn. Plenty of places with robust seafood offerings are here, too, from Lure’s sleek yacht-like den of sushi and raw bar platters to Sadelle’s fancified Jewish appetizing spreads. Ahead, 22 noteworthy dining options in Soho.
Note: This is an updated version of a map originally published in 2018.Read More