No doubt, the West Village is one of the city's loveliest neighborhoods, composed of stately brownstones dating from the 1800s, modest small storefronts with unique merchandise, a country church with formal flower gardens, and reclaimed port and industrial architecture turned into lofts, galleries, and coffee shops.
The borders of the neighborhood can feel a little murky, but we’ve taken them to be the Hudson River to Seventh Avenue on the west and east, and Houston Street to 14th Street on the south and north. Though the neighborhood’s real estate is among the most exorbitant, the prices at its restaurants range from expensive to surprisingly modest, with an impressive range of offerings that run to Sicilian seafood, Spanish paella, Brazilian feijoada, tacos fashioned from Indian flatbreads, and one of the city’s most celebrated hamburgers.
Here are 22 of Eater senior critic Robert Sietsema's picks for great West Village eats.
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