Gastropubs in the East Village, New York, NY

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Ichabod’s - Bar | Gastropub in New York.
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"My Take: For a restaurant that has merely opened for one week, Ichabod’s certainly has its way to attract customers from all over town! Coming in on a ..." more


15 Irving Place
New York, NY 10003

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Party Earth Review Situated above downtown hotspot The Cabin Down Below, Black Market offers a gourmand’s take on the ever-popular gastropub. A décor caught between Parisian bistro and Grandma’s living room awaits the clientele of hard-drinking rock chicks and local rockers who gather at the wraparound bar to fuel up for the night ahead ... more


110 Avenue A
New York, NY 10009

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When it comes to elevating the bar scene with the availability of food and beer beyond the standard fare of fries and burgers there's nothing New Yorkers like more than taking the mundane to the next level. 

While any bar can get you a burger, the East Village caters to its culinary clientele by serving up a burger that will keep you from ever going back to McDonalds. Black Market's gourmet Pat LaFrieda burgers in this bar cum speakeasy caters to local hipsters in skinny jeans but don't be afraid to slurp down a beer with a side of oysters. Or check out Monday night Burger Time at Ugly Kitchen for football with a side of burgers slathered in bacon jam with a side of truffle fries. For an appreciation of the diversity of the neighborhood, there are many chic local pubs like Jeepney which fuses Filipino bar snacks and San Miguels for a taste of gastropubs around the world without leaving the East Village.

And of course no tour of gastropubs in the East Village would be complete without a world renown chef taking things into his own hands. Venturing to DBGBs, clientele dress themselves up as much as Daniel Boulud has dressed his bar sausage with black truffles. At East Village gastropubs you can still get a burger and fries, but don't expect them to come without a sprinkle of truffle oil, or maybe made from exotic animal, and don't worry it's probably not locally sourced squirrel.

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