NYC Food Guy Video: Cheap Late Night Eats Food Tour, West Village to East Village, Everything Under $10

Date May 14, 2010

NYC Food Guy’s favorite thing about downtown Manhattan is the food, especially the cheap late night eats, which may be more satisfying than any other meal.  For your viewing pleasure, I present my 4-stop cheap late night eats tour, from West Village to East Village, and everything is under $10.  You’ll thank me later.  Read on for the restaurant details…

Bleecker Street Pizza

69 7th Avenue South at Bleecker Street
New York, NY 10014
Open until 2AM Sun-Thurs, 5AM Fri-Sat.

Mamoun’s Falafel

119 MacDougal Street b/t Minetta Lane & W. 3rd St.
New York, NY 10012
Open until 5AM everyday

Pommes Frites

123 2nd Avenue b/t St. Mark’s Place & 7th Street
New York, NY 10003
Open until 1AM Sun-Thurs, 3:30AM Fri-Sat

Crif Dogs

113 St. Mark’s Place b/t 1st Ave & Ave A
New York, NY 10009
Open until 2AM Sun-Thurs, 4AM Fri-Sat

Related: NYC Food Guy recommends Cheap Late Night Eats…with one worthy exception

9 Responses to “NYC Food Guy Video: Cheap Late Night Eats Food Tour, West Village to East Village, Everything Under $10”

  1. stevenp said:

    You missed the Yatagan doner kebab across from Mamoun’s. Serious oversight!!!!!

  2. Microcosm K said:

    Less videos and more ludicrously long posts with lots of pictures. Any streaming content is blocked here at work! I need my NYCFG fix.

    The Big Apple BBQ Block Party is coming up, I got my speedpass in the mail a few days ago. I’m assuming you’ll be attending?

  3. Darwin G said:

    You hit the staples, but forgot Artichoke.
    Led Zeppole is right next door. Fried dough or oreos with maple syrup and powdered sugar. Heaven on Earth.
    I’ve always been a huge supporter of Baoguette, which closes at 2AM. A great late night sandwich. They also have a great soft serve.
    Wechsler’s Currywurst. Bratwurst covered in curry ketchup and french fries.
    Tuck Shop, which now has a location next to Crif Dogs. Two words. Meat and Pie. Can you go wrong?
    This Little Piggy Had Roast Beef. Huge sandwich that you can share with someone. Roast beef loaded with gravy and cheese. Or great pastrami, while still under $10 unlike Katz’s.
    Finally, Sunny and Annie’s takes deli to the next level. Some of the most interesting deli sandwiches you will ever find.

  4. Nicholas said:


    I could nitpick, but what would be the point. This is one of the greatest sources of NYC foodie info on the internets, and you’re clearly many steps ahead of me in your knowledge of good affordable food in the five boroughs.

    The only issue that I could slight your blog for is its power to lengthen the lines at my favorite grub spots, but I guess you’re just giving those places the business that they deserve.



  5. stevenp said:

    The BABBQBP has become, alas, a huge clusterf***. And they now charge a big premium for the speedpass, despite the ‘speedpass’ lines getting slower/longer each year. No thanks. I’m sure all the food bloggers will attend, because they ‘have to.’ I’ll pass. Might stop by just to check out music (it’s practically next door), but I’ll pass on the pass and the ridiculous food lines.

  6. dgreen777 said:

    Blind Tiger …right around the block from Bleecker Pizza (which I agree has kick ass slices) has some amazing mini- sandwiches namely…their Vietnamese sandwich and Cuban Sandwich….oh they also serve some serious varieties of cheese and best IPA selection in the city…. Taim also a couple of blocks into the West Villy on Waverly Pl has arguably the best falafel in this city…

  7. Roja Baja said:


  8. The NYC Food Guy said:

    Thanks for the love. I wrestle with whether to blow up the places I love too but I have to spread the word! It’s a tough job but someone has to do it.

    It’s still a blast Steven, I think we both know that. I think it’s time for you to start a food blog and get on that press list!

    Blind Tiger, I love. It gets my props as some of my favorite wings in the city:

    As far as Taim goes, it’s awesome too but not a late night destination unfortunately. Definitely very good falafel, prob some of the best, if not the best, in the city.

    Roja Baja,

    Thanks Roja.

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