9 Michelin-Rated Restaurants in The Village

Time to discover the culinary magic of Greenwich Village!

It’s no secret the Village is home to world-class dining experiences, from St. Mark’s to Sixth Ave. As it turns out, we have 9 Michelin rated spots in our district. Don’t miss out on these delicious experiences, many of which are conveniently located on West 8th Street!

Gotham Restaurant

12 E 12th St Flr 1

(MICHELIN Guide) Gotham is known to be “old-school New York”, and does the classic American cooking with Continental accents. If you are looking for arts and dining programming, from evening jazz to exclusive wine dinners, Gotham is the vibrant destination for you.


48 W 8th St

(MICHELIN ⭐️) Frevo is an elegant take on contemporary cuisine curated by Brazilian chef Franco Sampogna and Portuguese restaurateur Bernardo Silva. Upon arriving at Frevo’s location on 8th Street, you will probably think you are in the wrong place. You see, Frevo is conspicuously hidden behind an art gallery. The place is very intimate, where you can see, smell and taste the passion of the chef’s menu. Here the food is unique, and the wine and bubbly pairings, near perfect.. The kitchen runs like a machine and it is great to watch as you dine.


22 W 8th St

(MICHELIN Guide – Bib Gourmand) From the French culinary artisans, Amelie embodies the dream of a charming neighborhood bistro. The cozy, petite restaurant has a welcoming ambiance, inviting you to unwind with a glass of wine before exploring the menu. You begin your culinary journey with a flawless orb of goat cheese adorned with crushed pistachios and a drizzle of honey. Transition to the exquisite ravioli, inspired by the flavors of Southern France, with prices as pleasing as the dishes themselves.


110 Waverly Pl

(MICHELIN Guide) Chef Fortunato Nicotra leads the kitchen, delivering delicious dishes like sweetbreads dusted with citrus and fennel, served alongside Jerusalem artichokes. The priority here is on pasta, with options like rustic beef cheek ravioli or hearty garganelli with wild mushrooms and black truffles. You’re likely to be too full for dessert, so finish with a sip of their best wine.

Loring Place

21 W 8th St

(MICHELIN Guide) At Loring Place, chef Kluger’s skill for creating delicious market-driven dishes, with unexpected but incredibly pleasing flavor combinations, is on full display. The menu, comprised of small and large shareable plates, spotlights farms and farmers whom Kluger has gotten to know intimately over 20+ years of frequenting the Union Square Greenmarket.

Family Meal at Blue Hill

75 Washington Pl

(MICHELIN ⭐️) As the name suggests, this intimate, cozy, low-lit restaurant just off Washington Square Park is where you can experience the hyperlocal, seasonal cooking and ingredients of Blue Hill at Stone Barns without a trek upstate. No meal is ever exactly the same, and the four-course menu, served family-style, of course, changes daily. If you are looking for a relaxed elegance to dining, this is the place.


61 W 8th St

(MICHELIN ⭐️) This Greenwich Village restaurant from Israeli chef Eyal Shani that opened in May 2022, and received their first Michelin star this month! According to the Michelin Guide, the restaurant “punches way above its weight with dazzling Neo-Levantine cuisine.” Here you can enjoy a delicious lamb kebab with roasted tomato and rice that, as the menu says, “reminds me of Jerusalem.”


90 E. 10th St.

(MICHELIN Guide) This French-influenced restaurant is a sleek and stylish place a few steps below street level. A shared plates style informs the menu, and the cooking is ingredient-focused and values substance over style. Begin with the red shrimp, which arrive sizzling with garlic and olive oil. Next, a variety of chicories is set with citrus and finished with shaved fiore sardo, but save some space for the main dishes that are the star of the menu. Reservations are often a challenge, but the bar is always a good option.


88 University Pl.

(MICHELIN Guide) The name may reference Bangkok’s original name, Phra Nakhon, but this busy spot is all about the now and just might convince you that you’re dining in an alley in the capital city. It’s precisely the point, as this restaurant from Intira and Norapol Youngphitak celebrates Bangkok’s street eats scene. Dishes are well-executed, especially the hor mok hoy mang phu, a vibrant dish of tender mussels stuffed with curry paste custard and sweet coconut milk sauce. it tastes even better while sipping an inventive cocktail named for characters in Thai soap operas.