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Edi & The Wolf
Austrian Restaurant$$$
Today 11:30 am – 2:00 am
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102 Avenue C New York, NY 10009
102 Avenue CUSNYNew York10009
(212) 598-1040ediandthewolf.com
$$$Austrian Restaurant, European RestaurantToday 11:30 am – 2:00 am
Monday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amTuesday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amWednesday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amThursday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amFriday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amSaturday 11:30 am – 2:00 amSunday 11:30 am – 2:00 am
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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
People talk about schnitzel, austrian wine, pork belly, potato salad and brussel sprouts
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Heather Cammarata-Seale
reviewed a month ago
On Saturday night I enjoyed a lovely, leisurely 3 hour meal with friends. We ordered cocktails (please, get the Austrian Palmer!) first and sipped them with our delicious bread plate (cheese in oil instead of butter!). We then ordered a bottle of Gruner Veltliner wine to drink with our appetizers and main courses. The flatbread was delicious while the trout ceviche was ok. First, the portion for this appetizer was miniscule - we had to divide the one tiny piece of radish three ways! - and, second, the trout skin was a bit tough. Other than that, it had great flavor. For my main course I ordered the spatzle and it did not disappoint! It was creamy due to the cheese, earthy because of the mushrooms, crunchy because of the fried onions, and fresh because of the peas and fresh herbs. I finished with a piece of strawberry rhubard pie (with tarragon ice cream) and rolled home a happy camper.
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Matthew Toia
reviewed 9 months ago
Edi & The Wolf definitely felt like a hidden gem in the neighborhood where it is nestled away. The Austrian inspired cuisine felt both modern in its composition as well as simple in it's ethnic roots. The atmosphere of this place is very cool as well. It's very rustic while still feeling clean and simple.
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Crystal Chau
reviewed a year ago
This place is warm, inviting, and cozy. For the decor alone, I would come back. The drinks were only ok and the food was overpriced. To be fair, I came on Valentines Day and the menu was limited. The service was ok, nothing bad but nothing outstanding either.
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joachim latrobe
reviewed 4 months ago
Mauvais, mauvais, mauvais... Went for a brunch on past Sunday. Food is overpriced, wild mushrooms frittata without mushrooms, bloody mary with atrocious vodka. Service is regular. This place does not have any enchantment. The wolf may have eaten Edi up. Just avoid.
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Patrick Nichols
reviewed 5 months ago
Excellent fare, masterful decor, and gracious service. One of the best in the East Village!
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Gregor J. Rothfuss
reviewed 11 months ago
cozy place with yummy spaetzle. The backyard is a rusty, scary, fun greenhouse.
Liked: Food, Atmosphere