For a city of so much cement and asphalt, New Yorkers see an awful lot of greenery on a daily basis. And that's not including the greens they eat every day, like the amazing salads from these local favorites.
A charming favorite in Greenwich Village, Home features delightful cooking in a slightly cramped setting. Beloved of locals and tourists alike, Home sources fresh, local ingredients for its dishes. Few places offer such consistently enjoyable and well-prepared staples of the new ...20 Cornelia St (bet. Bleecker & W. 4th Sts.)
A place so devoted to the Midtown workaday crowd that it has no evening or weekend hours and still manages to pay rent on 45th Street. The salads here are especially attractive to the publinauts at Conde Nast and the interns at Viacom's Broadway MTV offices.6 East 45th Street
When a pub with a wholly British name peeks out from a quiet urban corner, one expects to find a dark wood interior, grumpy old men at the bar, and bready ales paired with toad-in-the-hole and spotted dick. But the Spotted Pig is anything but an old Pig and Whistle dressed up for...314 W 11th St (Greenwich St.)
Delicious and reasonably-priced South American cuisine in a light-hearted cafe that's pitch perfect for its location.228 W 18th St
The Jones offers guests and locals alike a focused, ingredient-driven menu. Prepared by Chef Brandon Cozine, their ingredients are sourced from the best farms in New York State. Free wifi and charging stations at every seat! Designed by award-winning firm GrecoDeco (with graf...788 9th Ave