Comfort Inn Lower East Side
136 Ludlow Street
New York, NY 10002
Phone: (212) 260-4141
Fax: (212) 260-9436
136 Ludlow Street, New York, NY, US, 10002
- Phone: (212) 260-4141
- Fax: (212) 260-9436
This upscale restaurant and lounge offers tapas, brunch, dessert, cocktails and wine all in a three-level trendy night club setting. DJs and live musicians spice the night up along with Executive Chef John Donnelly's unique menu of "American Tapas" featuring specialties like Spiced Pumpkin and Goat Cheese Fritters, Braised Boneless Short Ribs, and Pan Seared Striped Bass with lobster. Libation also has a Private Party Room and VIP Lounge/Mezzanine. Check out the website for updated menus, special events and private dining information.
Teany Cafe as the name suggest is a tearoom in New York that is known for its brand of tea. It also serves vegetarian and vegan food that is a hit with the vegetarian crowd.The free Wi-Fi facility enables one to stay connected and lounge in the chairs while catching up on office work too. The tea selection is great, however, this place is known for serving some really delectable vegan desserts. Do try the Tiramisu and the Peanut Butter Bomb Cake. Sandwiches, scones and other snacks are also on offer at this friendly local tea house.
Located in prime Manhattan, this pub is named after the 50 year old dress shop that used to be on this street corner. The brother duo owning this delightful place have given Spitzer's the look and feel of a European joint but maintained a contemporary American menu. There is a free flow of micro-brews and tapped beers along with burgers or oysters from the raw bar. Spitzer's Corner is a true gastronomic pub of New York.
Co-op Food & Drink is a sushi bar and American restaurant in the Rivington Hotel. One can find a lot of locals as well as the elite mingling with the crowds and relishing the sushi and sliders. The Miso Tataki Rolls are worth a bite. The pre-set meals are a good option to sample the entire menu at a reasonable cost. The bar serves a variety of brightly colored cocktails that succeed in uplifting the spirits. Though a full fledged there is not much dancing here. The staff at the toilets are also rumored to unabashedly ask for tips.
The unique name of this restaurant draws inspiration from Essex Street on which it is located and Sons of Liberty, an organization that fought for American independence in the late 18th Century. The food served at Sons of Essex, commemorates the traditional flavors of the Lower East Side of Manhattan and gives it a contemporary twist. The ribs, lasagne, roast chicken and burgers are delicious. Choose from their list of wines or cocktails to complement your meal, or you can even bring in your own bottle.
With a large menu and authentic ambiance, Eat-Pisode Thailand plays the role of a nice Thai restaurant in Manhattan. There is a daily lunch special in addition to the 'a la carte' menu. The restaurant is famous for its duck with tamarind sauce which comes highly recommended. For dessert try the sticky rice and top it off with a glass of iced tea. The food here is very affordable and is bound to meet your expectations. Be prepared for some serious Thai fun!
Open for dinner seven-nights a week, Via Tribunali offers authentic Neapolitan-style pizza.
A small restaurant in the lower east side location, Kuma Inn offers delicious Asian tapas. The cuisine here blends Chinese, Thai and Filipino flavors effortlessly and the resultant dishes are absolutely mouthwatering. Their sausage with thai chili sauce and oyster omelet laden with bonito flakes laden with their delectable chili-lime sauce, offers a great kick to the taste buds. Also the Vietnamese-style noodles or fresh shrimp sautéed in butter are the specialties of this place. Besides the food their sakes are also worth sampling. Do make sure you bring cash along, this place does not accept cards.
Sauce is a rustic Italian eatery located on the Lower East Side. The restaurant is owned by Frank Prisinzano, owner of several of New Yorks favorite Italian places on differing levels of fanciness. The restaurant only seats about 100 so it can get crazy at times, but many will say its well worth it. The restaurant also features its own butcher shop, an interesting attraction for carnivores, and you can even pick up some of the house made sausages and other meats to take home with you and prepare however you like.
This place has the glam set sitting up and taking notice. As you enter, Beauty and Essex makes its first impression, with decor and interiors that ooze panache, right from the high ceilings to the ornate lanterns. The food menu is composed of global favorites with special emphasis on contemporary American. The sip list is extensive to say the least, from cocktails and wines to beer. With a crowd that matches up to the ambiance, this is a place to see and be seen.
Shopsin's General Store is actually a restaurant. It has an extensive menu that lists hundreds of soups, sandwiches and other items, in addition to a blackboard full of daily specials. It is full of booths and offers a counter area too, and welcomes children by selling candy and placing dozens of toys at each booth.
Known to be specialists in fancy, innovative grilled cheese sandwiches, Little Muenster is located on the Lower East Side. The tiny joint also offers a range of soups and salads too. The ingredients used and bread used are top quality, a fact that is evident in the meal's presentation. Reservation is advisable if you are more than five in the group.