Local artwork, the occasional live band, a sunken bar, and an orange-felted free pool table draw as much of a neighborhood crowd as chef Laura Taylor's seasonal, Mediterranean-inspired menu, which changes daily and features fresh fish, savory house-made sausage, perfectly cooked vegetables, and entree-size salads. Green chiles imported from New Mexico give Sunday brunch a delectable southwestern spin. — Rob (NY Magazine)
Ever think that a real ‘mom & pop’ business could exist in NYC? Meet JoeDoe, the ‘modern day mom & pop’ restaurant in the East Village. JoeDoe opened in September 2008 and is owned and operated by Chef JoeDobias and Jill Schulster. JoeDoe restaurant is 26 seats with an open-air kitchen. Joe and Jill built JoeDoe with their own two hands and adorned the dining room with 19th century antiques and silverware collected from their parent’s houses.
The Simple Kitchen is an all natural and organic farm to table restaurant in Chelsea, NYC. Focusing on seasonal and sustainable food paired with a selection of local and organic wine and beer. Usin local ingredients and thier own farm, The Simple Kitchen Gardens, is located less than 100 miles away in Bethlehem, CT.
This well known vegan restaurant in the East Village has been committed to sustainable agriculture, responsible business practices and delicious, fresh, healthful vegetarian cuisine for over thirty years.