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About Edi and The Wolf
Edi & The Wolf is the East Village spinoff from Michelin Starred Chefs Eduard "Edi" Frauneder and Wolfgang "Wolf" Ban. Inspired by the traditional eastern Austrian wine tavern known as a Heuriger, the rustic establishment boasts a cozy dining room and an outdoor garden area ideal for dates, group dinners, brunches, and everything in between. The rustic decor is balanced with impeccably prepared dishes resembling fine dining in this casual spot. In addition to an extensive Austrian wine collection, the restaurant also boasts classic comfort dishes like schnitzel and spaetzle as well as new spins on traditional Austrian fare.
New York, NY 10009
Austrian, Contemporary German, European
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Saturday and Sunday: 11:30am - 3:30pm
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 12:00am
$30 and under
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F train 2nd Stop at Houston Street
L train 1st Ave at 14th Street
M 14D comes down Ave C from 14th Street
M 9 comes from China Town
Banquet, Beer, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Whether celebrating a special occasion with family and friends or hosting a corporate event, Edi and The Wolf can accommodate all your special event needs.
Edi and The Wolf Ratings and Reviews
Real good find in east village. Late night dinner, full menu after theatre. we sat in the front room which was a little noisy. There is also a back room that I have not tried yet. Everything we ordered was excellent. Sharing appetizers were good for two. We had octopus, bacon, ribs, salad, brussel sprouts and shared one main dish of short ribs. Every dish that came out looked great. Tough to choose. Would definitely return!
So-so, completely forgettable dinner. Decor is rustic - think hunting cabin. Gin/basil, cucumber cocktail was annoyingly sweet and had very little gin. Aperol spritzer was tasty. Labnah-like fresh cheese in olive oil made for a pleasant spread on fresh bread. Short ribs were cooked dry and covered with a blah, sweet-ish sauce. Wiener Schnitzel was fried to dryness and and the meat had no particular taste. Accompanying berry jam helped slightly. Side German-style potato salad was tasty as was the side cucumber tsatsiki. Overall okay but blah food. Service was attentive - better than in other reviews. No real reason to stop here in a neighborhood full of varied eating options.
The ambiance is great, the many plants and entirely open front side makes it feel like a patio. The decoration has so many details! As an Austrian, I can say that the food is great. I wouldn't say it is very traditionally Austrian but each menu item has a great twist on traditional Austrian food that makes it very creative and interesting!
gem in the ruff. great place. great food . nice atmosphere. small place. seating was a bit cramped. but overall we have good seats. there for restaurant week. choices were made and the waiter offered a wine off the menu since we were not familiar happened to be a great choice (had three glasses) the food was GREAT EVERYTHING WE HAD ENJOYED FULLY. it took a bit of time for the entrees to arrive the waiter offered us a drink on them for the wait. we left satisfied and asked to see the brunch menu , we will be returning next month for the brunch birthdays. will be a favorite place to go.
Group of 5 for restaurant week. 3 ordered the restaurant week menu and 2 did not. Apparently that was a problem and we were told we had to do 2 separate checks. All of us ordered a starter but the 3 restaurant week dishes came first and they were finished by the time the other 2 starters showed up. Not sure why they couldn't stage all of them together as the rest. weeks were salads. Same challenge with the main courses.... the 3 restaurant weeks came first (all schnitzel) and after waiting at least 15 minutes we inquired when we would receive the other 2 mains only to be told that due to ordering off different menus caused the delay - however one of them was schnitzel (the other short rib) and we were all confused as to why the kitchen couldn't execute the order all together?!?! I can understand if the restaurant was extremely busy that it might be difficult but it was only half full at it's busiest whilst we were there.
And the kicker to the entire service snafu was when we asked for our check the server offered to just give us one check if we'd prefer (HUH???).
We all enjoyed our food and the atmosphere but the service was perplexing and due to that we will not be recommending this restaurant or returning.
I've been To Edi and the Wolf multiple time, mostly for Sunday brunch. It is a total hidden gem. The decor is like a sunken fishing ship with a large rope draped over the bar. Quiet and great lighting make it a great intimate location, but size and table arrangement make it great for a larger group as well.
Stopped in for a Sunday brunch, and was greeted by Eddie and family, who were getting everything set up. After a friendly chat and a couple of excellent Bloody Mary's, went for the Wolf burger. I rarely order burgers out, and am rarely impressed when I do, but this one was excellent. Perfectly cooked, the bun tasty and well toasted, but most importantly the rest of the ingredients on the burger not only tastily prepared but in perfect balance. The house ketchup was zesty and a nice bonus. Would definitely go back for the burger, but looking forward to trying the other menu items.
Food is always excellent here. Very fresh, authentic and yet creatively prepared, and delicious. The only thing I'm not crazy about is the seating. The place is small and cramped, which is to be expected in NYC, esp. in a casual place, and if you are along the bank seating it's fine - but the folding chairs are just not comfortable (besides providing no cushioning, just wooden chairs) . They are somewhat low and the back support leans a bit too far back, so you can never really lean on it (and it also makes for tough passing through since they thus protrude more into the narrow aisle spaces). We all love this place and have been here several times for the food - but I'd really suggest getting more comfortable - and practical - chairs. For the quality and price of the food, seating should be more comfortable. Even so, we'll likely be back!
A nice little restaurant situated in an old garage that opens out to the street, Edi and the Wolf was the perfect spot for a nice Sunday brunch. Reservations were easy (and perhaps unnecessary) but the place did start filling up as we left around 1pm. The eggs florentine was absolutely amazing.
Austrian food has now become one of my favorites! If you are not sure what to order, ASK! The staff is really good at recomrnding plates and whatever you do, always order the specials! The place is super cozy, perfect for some Austrian wines. This will be my go to place from now on.
Food is always solid and very good. Service is great, unpretentious, friendly and down to earth (whether we bring our baby or not! This is priceless for me and not a given in the east village, LES area). We come here all the time. The shnitzel is my go-to. The octopus and the spatzle are also excellent. The cocktails are creative and delicious.
I really liked this place. The waitress was very attentive and the door was super interesting. The food was amazing and as a plus they let a girl and a man with a guitar come in a perform a song while I was there, which was awesome! Definitely a place to check out.
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