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Anjelika's SoHo Favorites

by Anjelika Kour

Having lived in a few Soho's of the world - from Small Office Home Offices of London & Hong Kong, South of Houston still wins my heart. Here are some of my hidden & staple favorites.

La Esquina

Step into the hidden world of tacos and tequila-inspired drinks. This Soho classic known for celebrity sightings and one of the toughest NYC doors is a hot Sunday item. Order the tortilla soup - prepare to be amazed.

Blue Ribbon Sushi

Fresh sushi until 2 am - sign us up! Hands down the most quality meal you can get in NYC past midnight.


Tucked away in a beautiful West Broadway brownstone across from Soho Grand Hotel. The Antibes little sister is quiet, tasteful, and has a great vibe. Much recommended spot on a snowy winter night.

La Mercerie

One of the finest breakfast & brunches you can find below 14th street. All set with a backdrop of the exquisite taste of Roman and Williams Guild boutique.

Le Coucou

From an exquisite early morning breakfast to a superb candlelit late-night dinner - Le CouCou will leave you pleased by their refined French tastes & elegant atmosphere.



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The Mercer Kitchen


An absolute legendary Soho bistro, open late (12/1 am) serving French classics with a dining room that's got stories to tell.

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