Things to do on Friday night in East Village New York City (US)

Crowd levels and popular times for East Village New York City on Friday night: Follow the crowd or avoid the queues by visiting the most popular attractions during the quiet hours as indicated below.

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McSorley’s Old Ale House (Beer)
15 E 7th St
4.7

McSorley’s Old Ale House is most popular around 3 PM on Saturdays. Visitors usually stay 30 min to 1,5 hr here.

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Veselka (Restaurant)
144 2nd Ave
4.6

Veselka is most popular around 2 PM on Saturdays. It's most quiet on Mondays.

EST. 1954 For sixty-nine years, customers have crowded into Veselka, a cozy Ukrainian coffee shop in New York City's East Village, to enjoy pierogi, borscht, goulash, and many other unpretentious favorites. Veselka (rainbow in Ukrainian) has grown up from a simple newsstand serving soup and sandwiches into a twenty-four hour gathering place without ever leaving its original location on the corner of East Ninth Street and Second Avenue. Veselka is, quite simply, an institution.

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Momofuku Noodle Bar (Ramen restaurant)
171 1st Ave.
4.5

Momofuku Noodle Bar is most popular around 7 PM on Saturdays. Visitors usually stay 45 min to 1,5 hr here. It's most quiet on Tuesdays.

Momofuku Noodle Bar East Village will officially reopen its doors on Thursday, July 14. We’ve spent the past few months renovating our kitchen and making structural upgrades in the dining room to ensure we have another 15+ years of slinging buns & noodles in our beloved East Village home. As usual, reservations will be available on Resy and we’ll set aside a few tables for walk-ins every night. As we ease into service, we’ll open our doors for dinner 5 days a week, Thursday through Monday.

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Au Za'atar (Restaurant)
188 Avenue A
4.3

Au Za'atar is most popular around 7 PM on Fridays. It's most quiet on Mondays.

Au Za’atar is a Lebanese / Middle Eastern restaurant which has quickly become a destination in the East Village for New Yorker's and tourists alike, serving family recipes from Lebanon and other middle eastern countries. Drop in for mezze and a glass of Lebanese wine or beer and enjoy a romantic dinner or an intimate meal with friends and family.

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The Halal Guys (Restaurant)
307 E 14th St
4.2

The Halal Guys is most popular around 7 PM on Saturdays. Visitors usually stay 20 min here. It's most quiet on Mondays.

The Halal Guys are bringing American Halal Food to the masses. Featuring a flavor profile that can’t be replicated in any other cuisine format, flawlessly cooked, premium quality Halal meats that are seasoned to perfection and a melting pot of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean flavors that are sure to delight like our world famous White Sauce. Come see why "We Are Different".

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Joe's Pizza (Pizza restaurant)
150 E 14th St
4.5

Joe's Pizza is most popular around 10 PM on Fridays. Visitors usually stay 25 min here. It's most quiet on Wednesdays.

Joe’s Pizza established 1975

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