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Edi & The Wolf
Austrian Restaurant$$$
Today 5–11PM
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102 Avenue C New York, NY 10009
102 Avenue CUSNew YorkNew York10009
$$$Austrian Restaurant, European Restaurant
Austrian Restaurant
European Restaurant
Today 5–11PM
Tuesday 5–11PMWednesday 5–11PMThursday 5–11PMFriday 5PM–12AMSaturday 5PM–12AMSunday 5–10PMMonday 5–10PM
Inspired by “Heuriger, Edi & The Wolf pays homage to tradition, inviting guests to experience “Gemütlichkeit,” or coziness, with wine and a spread of clafare.
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Authentic Austrian cuisine served in a rustic, cottagelike setting with plenty of wine & beer.- Google
"We ordered cocktails (please, get the Austrian Palmer!"
"Hip restaurant, but too crowded and mediocre food."
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Melanie York
a month ago
Hello, We had dinner at one of your restaurants - Edi & the Wolf - and have never been so disappointed with staff, food and, most importantly, service. Upon arrival at Edi, we stood at the front of the restaurant and waited patiently for someone from the staff to recognize us. When it was clear that wasn't going to happen, a member of our group walked into the restaurant and requested assistance. We were dismissed, and continued to patiently wait at the bar, as we were not in any hurry. After being shown to a table that wasn't ready, being taken back to the bar, and then being escorted right back to the same table, we all sat and were greeted by a waitress with short blond hair who clearly didn't care about our experience at the restaurant. Our waitress only cared about getting our order, drinks, and getting us out of the restaurant. It was incredibly uncomfortable as she wasn't only unfriendly, but she was simply a bad waitress (for example, all four people at the table ordered the same dish, but she didn't once come to ask us if we were pleased with our selection). Given that all of us are New Yorkers, this didn't phase us as we're accustomed to disappointing service, however, after ordering dessert, one of our group started to have issues with her diabetes. We alerted the restaurant to her issue, and instead of being concerned and helping, every single member we approached told us that we "should leave immediately." I have never, ever seen such an unconcerned response to a person in need. Not only was the staff rude, but they became insensitive and uncaring. Visiting Edi has been one of the most disappointing restaurant experiences in New York.
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Corrie Davidson
3 weeks ago
While the food was good, it was the decor that would bring me back. Unusual and earthy, the back "garden" feels like a root cellar.
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Bitches Who Brunch
a year ago
The Bitches say: B. The main attraction to this East Village eatery is the unexpectedly awesome ambiance. The food is tasty, but has some room for improvement. Read more on our site!
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Daniel Heinzelman
a year ago
Edi & The Wolf is a bit of a walk to get to, but very well worth the energy. Just entering the restaurant is an experience, with rusted doors, and lots of plants creeping around. Once you're inside, things are very rustic. I know I spent a lot of time looking over all the decor. I tried the Schnitzel Burger, and the Wolf Burger, and enjoyed them both with the House Made Pomme Frites. I'm generally not a fan of brioche buns, but E&tW's worked. I intend on revisiting the location during the warmer seasons.
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Krist Lime
3 weeks ago
City Winery feels like it has potential as a group dinner / event location, but they did not execute during our visit. Approximately 20 of us came for a closing dinner, and scheduled to have a tour of their winery followed by dinner and drinks in their cellar room downstairs. Honestly, the tour was pretty weak. They pretty must just escorted us to a random location in their cellar, chatted for a few minutes, and then escorted us back. Whatever - I've been on plenty of wine tours, and hadn't been holding my breath for this one. Food was just OK, but service was way off. Many folks got the wrong dishes, there were protracted gaps between each course, and most folks had at least something spilled on them. While the room itself was very nice and situated away from the more raucous upstairs, most of our experiences were soured because of the above. After reading other reviews, it seems like City Winery is not known for its dining experience as much as it is for its events. It is a very nice and unique space, especially given its location. I'll give it another whirl if there's an interesting non-culinary reason to attend.
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6 months ago
The bacon mayonnaise is like crack. Great high quality food at this place
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Camilla Plummer-Dhana
10 months ago
delicious. fried octopus was on the money. cozy and quiet place. highly recommended.
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Luis Vasquez
9 months ago
Great drinks, great food (try the ribs) and great service


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