Edi and The Wolf
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 12:00am
L train 1st Ave at 14th Street
M 14D comes down Ave C from 14th Street
M 9 comes from China Town
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Sun - Wed 5:00PM - 6:45PM 8:30PM - 9:30PM
What Insiders Are Saying
Despite the name, Edi And The Wolf has a great spirit to it, and is quite Infatuation-friendly. The food is as accessible and familiar as any – the words for the dishes are just spelled crazy.
The front of the house is VERY loud. We probably would not have stayed had we not been able to get a table in the back room. We ate in the back in the "garden", which is covered against the elements. It was quiet and had no music blaring. The seats in the back are metal and some are high stools...not the most comfortable. On the other hand the food was delicious. We had the baby back ribs and schnitzel; the latter compared favorably to anything we had in Austria. Delicious wine, too. They were busy and there were occasional lapses in getting food to the table in a timely manner, but the overall experience felt like we had gotten out of town and traveled someplace special, even though we never left Manhattan.
We keep coming back, bringing family and/or friends along, and all the newbies are always quite happy! The food is always fresh, and creatively and deliciously prepared.
Had dinner with a friend here that I haven't seen in a while. Food was excellent and service was great. I ordered the schnitzel with crispy brussel sprouts. Delicious! I will be back!
Amazing atmosphere and delicious food!! Great service!! A little jewel in the East Village.
Empanasada does not equal Wiener Schnitzel. The food was not good and definitely not Austrian.
Unique menu, good drink options
Edit and the Wolf is a wonderful Austrian restaurant in the East Village. The low lighting and natural decorating make for a comfortable ambiance. Long communal wooden dining tables are welcoming while offering space for private conversation. The roasted Brussels sprouts were the best I’ve ever had. Spaetzile (sp?) was amazing. Exceptional service and great cocktails.
Met our son for his birthday on a beautful sunny day the open air funky atmosphere was delightful food and drink lovely will visit again
I have been coming to this restaurant ever since my very first trip to New York City in summer of 2012.
It was recommended by a friend from Brooklyn and I have never looked back. It's fantastic! The wait staff are helpful and totally competent/knowledgeable. The Austrian food is authentic and delicious. I am always and forever getting the Spaztle.
it was a low-key Sunday evening and the restaurant wasn't packed. We noticed this awesome play-list of some of the best throw-back power ballads and R & B from the 90's was playing. It became obvious to the waitstaff we were digging the tunes and singing along and so asked us what 90's songs we wanted to hear! As one can imagine - the Backstreet Boys soon began flowing out of the speakers. Delicious ear candy.
We also had the breads with the hummus spread, the roast chicken and the Weiner Schnitzel. All authentic, perfectly cooked and tasty. I will always come back here.
Great food and atmosphere. Loved the pork (not veal) wiener schnitzel. Super fresh salads - roasted peach delicious. Very slow service however. Restaurant full at 9PM on Saturday but took forever just to get menus and a drink. Server never collected menus and they took up a ton of space on the bench and table. Very tight seating too - make sure you're not claustrophobic!
Food was just okay. The service and atmosphere definitely make up for it. Just went with a friend, but can see how it would be good for a date. Garden patio is enjoyable.
This is an awful restaurant, service very mediocre and the food was supposed to be Austrian and is truly terrible garbage and too expensive for what it offers. Stay away!
I had a wonderful time at this restaurant. The food, staff, drinks and the décor of the restaurant was simple stunning and relaxing. My friends and I had a blast and we had a great time. there were so many items on the menu that we wanted to try so we decided we are going back. LOVED IT!!!
Although there are some Austrian/German dishes on the menu, I’d say that this place is really more “American.” In any case, everything was delicious. The flatbread appetizer and the ravioli main courses were especially good. The desserts were also terrific, especially the apple strudel. I didn’t give it 5 stars because the short ribs were a little fatty, but I’d certainly be happy to go to this place again.
We have visited Edi and The Wolf several times and recently enjoyed an Easter brunch there. The experience couldn't have been better. The food was delicious, the decor and ambiance are appropriate to a relaxing German restaurant and the service was outstanding. Highly recommend at all times of the day.
We loved this restaurant. It’s one of the few spots where you can actually have a conversation without the need to speak loud. The food is excellent, the service is great!! We really enjoyed it, and will definitely go back next time we are in NYC.
This place is a must go to. The vibe, food, service. Everything was stellar. I am definitely making this one of my go-tos moving forward.
My Group of ladies really enjoyed the restaurant. The table they provided for me made it very
comfortable for me. The service was excellent. The food was very good. I believe that my crowd will be back
Great Austrian food, but much TOO LOUD. The noise level was insane during our visit, and it was really annoying and uncomfortable. We were glad to get outside and enjoy the quietness of the street, after we were done with dinner.
I started going here for my birthday to pay homage to my Austrian heritage. The food was so good I just kept coming back! I think this last dinner was my 4th birthday in a row. The rustic ambiance is amazing. Really great vibe.
The food was wonderful. The service first rate. The wine list was "notable" in that at least half the wines were Austrian, and I'll bet you never heard of most of 'em. The prices were what cases for reasonable in New York. The ambience not nearly as weird as some reports and photographs make it seem if you haven't been there. All the same, it's "look" is just a touch offbeat.
I ate early and the restaurant was, fortunately, half empty. Even so, the brick walls and plank ceiling gave the room a bit of a buzz. I dread to think what it might be like when packed full. There are lovely banquets along the side, idea for hand holding and watching everyone else. Up the center there's a row of tables, placed edge to edge.They were all empty when I ate there, but I imagine the setup provides opportunities to meet and chat with the strangers to your left and your right. There's no box to check for "a just-plain-fun place," but it's that, too. As a famous Austrian not associated with this restaurant once said, "I'll be back."
I have been here before about a year ago, the food was much more the focus of the restaurant. Now, it seems to be more about the "scene" and the food and service have suffered. I'm all about fun restaurants, but the food was so good before!
Love this place! Food, cocktails and service are so good and the decor is amazing!
Delicious Austrian cuisine. The baby back rib starter was outstanding, as was the pork schnitzel. I went on a date and had only one uncomfortable moment when being seated - a reservation does not guarantee an individual table, meaning you are more likely to be seated at the large communal table, which is not the most comfortable set up for a party of two.
Went here for Restaurant Week. I had the beef carpaccio (very good), pork schnitzel (good) and chocolate shuffle (very good). The bread and olive oil/butter were yummy. Service was excellent and the place was nice. Some tables are communal.
I was fortunate enough to discover this gem on a random sunny spring day in 2017. I've been back more times than I can count and each visit is just as special as the first time I dined. Edie and the Wolf is a great date spot or if you're just looking for a place to celebrate any special occasion. The food has to be some of the best dining in the city. Nothing over the top where dishes are deconstructed or overzealous and end up being more complicated than delicious. This place knows what they're great at stick to it. The drinks are also wonderful and it all rounds out beautifully into a picturesque steam punk/ Gotham like setting with a wonderful attentive staff.
A must try if you haven't been
Very cute atmosphere, great cocktails and delicious food! I had the spatzle and it was so flavorful and satisfying!
Great food and restaurant week experience. We’ll be back!
We got seated in the back, an outdoor patio with heating. There was no ambiance there. I guess they don’t really have capacity for restaurant week.
Delicious authentic Austrian cuisine in a charming rustic-decorated setting. The food was excellent, and although we were seated at a long family-style table, the restaurant wasn't overcrowded so it was nice and quiet! Would definitely recommend.
Great place. Consistently good food and good value. Really interesting wine list
Our favorite restaurant in the city! Great food, atmosphere, and wine. We’ll be back many times more.
Great place in NYC.
You really enjoy autentic austrian food (I‘m from Austria).
The wine is also good and the service is absolutely amazing.
I love Edi and the wolf 🐺
It was really great. The food was good, the service was awesome. We really had a great time.
Such a great place in the EV! Having lived in Austria, found the food and ambiance to be very authentic (the latter of a Viennese Heuriger). Also, it was my birthday and they went out of their way to make it more special for me! Definitely recommend for a nice, chill evening out! (PS I never write reviews, but wanted to share the very nice experience I had here tonight.)
Great place for Austrian food in Alphabet City! Definitely would recommend.
Amazing!!! Really great.
Sat near entrance door which did not close by itself thus I had to get up multiple times from dinner to close the door as people entered and exited the restaurant to keep the freezing air from coming in. Not so pleasant.
This our first visit. Good menu is very small. We had the baby back ribs to share, very tender and tasty. I had the spaetzle for dinner. Also very good, had a light cream sauce on it. My boyfriend had the shirt rubs and he said they were delicious. Our server was wonderful, so this upped the review. The place is rustic with a modern twist, their is communal seating and also private tables. I was hoping they would have done festive holiday lights inside to help me get into the holiday spirit. Overall, good solid meal and it didn’t break the bank. Would recommend to others if they were in the area