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Doma na rohu
Doma na rohu

Doma na rohu Details

  • Dining Style: Casual Elegant
  • Website: http://www.domanyc.com
  • Phone: (212) 929-4339
  • Hours of Operation: Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 11:45am - 5:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm; Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 11:45am; Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 9:00am - 4:45pm
  • Payment Options: Discover, MasterCard, Visa
  • Cuisine: German, Eastern European, Austrian
  • Executive Chef: Arpad Galvacs
  • Dress Code: Smart Casual
  • Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
  • Additional Details: Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Counter Seating, Delivery, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine, Wine Bar
  • Catering: Have your rehearsal dinner, birthday party or business meeting at Doma na rohu; or let us bring some of our Old World comfort food to your venue. We offer many of our most delicious items on our catering menu, and we can also design a special menu to suit your needs. If you have a favorite dish you remember your grandmother making, Chef Arpad may be able to recreate it!
  • Private Party Facilities: Doma na rohu is already becoming a favorite for intimate parties, including rehearsal dinners, birthday parties, bridal showers and even dinner-lecture events. The space is large enough to accommodate 45 - 65 guests, but the warmth and layout of the space still allows for any gathering to feel very intimate.
    Some guests choose to rent out the entire space, while others reserve one side of the restaurant for a party that still feels very private.
    We offer many of our most delicious items for events, and we can also design a special menu to suit your needs. If you have a favorite dish you remember your grandmother making, Chef Arpad may be able to recreate it! Private parties also have the option of having a full bar.
  • Private Party Contact: Evelyn (212) 929-4339

Getting there

  • Cross Street: Seventh Avenue
  • Public Transit: We are two blocks from the Christopher Street or Houston Street subway stations.

    We are a few blocks from the West Fourth Street subway station.

    We are just a few yards from the M20 stop at Morton Street.
  • Parking: Private Lot
  • Parking Details: There is ample street parking (metered) on Seventh Avenue, as well as a lot just across the street from us.
A word from Doma na rohu
Old World meets True Village in this charming, reasonably-priced restaurant featuring the best foods of Germany, Austria, Czech Republic and Hungary.
Favorites include the Beef Gulash, Saffron Chicken Paprikash, Pork Schnitzel with Lingonberries and grilled specialties, including the standout hangar steak and the Sausage Platter. The well-rounded wine list includes wonderful Austrian and German wines, as well as some excellent French, Italian and Californian vintages. The tap beer selection includes Czech, German and Austrian beers, as well as a few local brews done in the Old World style.
Masterfully designed to evoke the Old World while still feeling totally Village, the space lives up to its name. Doma means "At Home on the Corner," and the German light fixtures, reclaimed wood wainscoting, plaster walls, old Slovak prints and photographs are just what you imagine Great-Grandma grew up seeing in the Old Country. Or sit outside for a view of Village Life.
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Diner Reviews
  • "This was my first time coming here and I went here with my boyfriend for his birthday. He's German and was trying to find a German restaurant to try and that's when we decided to give this place a try. The menu is so much fun to share and gives you the chance to try a bunch of items at once. It was an amazing experience and we'll definitely be going back."
    Dined on 8/2/2014
  • "Warm pretzels and beer followed by great food in the West Village. I picked the restaurant because of the Austrian, Hungarian and German food but it had menu items great for someone that is a veggie lover and a daughter that likes fish and salad. It is normally hard to find anything green on your plate when you eat German food but this place is different. My husband was very happy with his sausages and the rest of us loved our fish and salads. We shared 3 sides of sweets beets, cucumber salad and cheese spaetzl. It was a great family dinner. I would also recommend it for a beer and snack or a nice date with a twist!!! It was a nice night so we ate outside so we had street noise but inside it was quiet. We will definitely return!"
    Dined on 7/18/2014
  • "Friendly, fast service. Very accommodating. Wonderful central European food. All meat from local butcher, much of it pastured. Delicious!"
    Dined on 4/26/2014
  • "The food was fine; the noise unbearable. Conversation was made impossible. Not a place to eat with others."
    Dined on 4/8/2014
  • "Our large group enjoyed the delightful experience of dinning here! Liters of good beer, tangy cheese appetizers, sumptuous venison. And the flourless chocolate torte... oh my. The service was attentive and thoughtful and even with a trio playing next to us, our conversations were not hampered."
    Dined on 3/15/2014
  • "I must have walked/driven past here 50 times and never noticed it. Very glad I finally went there to eat. The food was simple but unique and excellent. It's a great place for European comfort food that you don't see offered very often at other places. The atmosphere is warm and friendly, with knowledgeable staff."
    Dined on 2/20/2014
  • "There are relatively few restaurants in NY serving Central European cuisine, the sort of warming, fatty foods that banish the chill of a cold winter's night. We should be grateful that Doma na rohu does. From a shared Liptauer cheese, bright with pickles and paprika spread on warmed grilled bread, through the perfectly roasted duck, an array of sausages, briny sauerkraut and read cabbage redolent of apples and cloves, to a beautiful apple strudel brightened with lemon, the meal was exactly what was needed on a frigid Sunday night. Good beers on tap."
    Dined on 1/26/2014
  • "We were a group of 4, and we shared 3 different sausages to start-- Brautwurst, Kielbasa and the special Venison. All were excellent, served with a mustard dip and an apple sauce. I had the beef goulash and spaetzle. Goulash is a beef stew. Very hearty, very good. The spaetzle was good too (doughy egg noodles). Now, I kind of feel i really didn't eat any vegetables, which does bother me, but for the cold weather, this place definitely is a good choice and the prices are super reasonable, especially given the location."
    Dined on 11/9/2013
  • "A wonderful restaurant - EXCELLENT Czech/Austrian cuisine! We will soon return; Oktoberfest runs through March, right? ;)"
    Dined on 10/11/2013
  • "The food is very good, some of it is exceptional and the staff is very welcoming. It's become one of my local favorites....and the pig roast on the last Thursday of the month is delicious!"
    Dined on 9/26/2013
  • "Excellent food here. My friend and I tried the beef goulash with homemade spaetzel and it just melted in the mouth. Servers were attentive and friendly. Definitely going back for more!"
    Dined on 8/31/2013
  • "This wasa very pleasant little place with very good food at reasonable prices. Excellent beer selection which works with the menu. The goulash was great and the chicken schnitzel was very good. Excellent overall"
    Dined on 8/1/2013
  • "We came to Doma na Rohu specifially to hear the Frank Pulasky trio. We enjoyed amazing food (latkes with salmon a must try) & great music. Desserts are amazing! Wonderful evening all the way around."
    Dined on 5/25/2013
  • "I arranged for dinner reservation for my family visiting from out of town. I was excited about trying Doma na rohu and made a reservation for our party of 7. Everyone was coming from different parts of the city so it was quite inconvenient and embarassing when Doma na rohu did not honor the reservation. We had arrived promptly at the designated time but were greeted with surprize that we had made a reservation. They made little effort to accommodate us and my mother, at 80, had little patience for standing at the bar. Everything turned out fine when we decided to move to Snack Taverna across the street, who made exceptional efforts to accommodate us understanding that we had been stiffed.We had a great meal at Snack Taverna."
    Dined on 4/12/2013
  • "This year-old, eclectic European restaurant with a Chech chef and an Asian waitress is charming in an awkward way. The homemade pork terrine appetizer, served with a spicy, sweet, grainy mustard and greens was authentic and delicious; as were the potato pancakes piled high with capers, crime fraiche and smoked salmon. My duck breast was crisp on the outside and beautifully rare on the inside, served with red cabbage and bread dumplings. My wife had bratwurst with an extraordinarily rich cheese spetzel. For dessert, we had espresso poured over vanilla ice cream and shared flakey apple strudel flavored with a bit of marzipan that kept it from being too sweet. The service was prompt and attentive. I have already reccommended it to friends."
    Dined on 3/4/2013
  • "When it stated a German Restaurant, I envisioned large portions of ethnic style food with beer. While the food was ok, it definitely was not what I expected. Not bad, mind you but I was disappointed."
    Dined on 2/16/2013
  • "Charming West Village cafe with reliably good middle european food,pleasant and accomodating staff, very modest prices and a warm and friendly ambiance."
    Dined on 1/23/2013
  • "Charming, very tiny restaurant with food reflecting German and Eastern European tastes. Attractively presented and a great value, especially for the West Village. Very good Happy Hour value too. Only complaint is that the space is all hard angles and wood. Nothing to damper sound, so that everyone’s conversation is yours."
    Dined on 1/19/2013
  • "Amazing food all with an Eastern European accent! Duck was spectacular!"
    Dined on 1/11/2013
  • "A surprisingly good restaurant in the Village. Great German food and beer, very attentive and porofessional service and a great vibe."
    Dined on 12/7/2012
  • "I thought Doma na rohu was very charming. The goulash with spaetzle was delicious, and they have an excellent beer selection at great prices."
    Dined on 11/9/2012
  • "A fun menu, with a variety of Germanic items on the menu (Austrian, Hungarian, German). The starter platter with salamis and foie gras was delightful, but the schnitzel was not accurate. This was more of a breaded cutlet than a proper schnitzel. The local is comfortable with a nice decor, service friendly"
    Dined on 10/27/2012
  • "The first thing we noticed about this place was the beautiful and attentive staff. We were greeted, seated, and waited on by the same gorgeous friendly girl, and there was another beautiful waitress that kept checking on us. The gentlemen who brought our food and cleared our table were just as attentive. The food was excellent and authentic. We also ended up paying much less than we thought for such good quality. Can't wait to return."
    Dined on 10/4/2012