Edi and The Wolf
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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.
Came here later on a Saturday on a recommendation. Food, space and service were excellent. Highly recommend this spot.
This is our favorite place to dine at. We come back very frequently and it never disappoints. The service is incredible - it’s always the same people working and they always treat everybody with such kindness and attention. It is truly the individuals who make up a team that contribute to the general feeling of how successful that team is, and Edi and the Wolf hit the nail right on the head! Can’t wait for another excuse to ask my boyfriend to take me there ;)
Our go-to restaurant for both celebrations and casual weekend dining. Cozy seating where you will be close to your friends, without ever feeling crowded or squished. Amazing food and ambiance. Staff is very outgoing and friendly, ready to help with any request.
The service was very slow, we had to wait 40 minutes to get our food. This also happened with the desert, they just forgot about the desert.
I've lost count of how many times we've been to Edi & The Wolf. One of my favorite restaurants in the city by far. The food is consistently amazing, the service is always kind and attentive, and the ambiance is unbeatable. Recommend the schnitzel and the spatzle, as well as whatever fish is on the menu. Always incredible!
Middle row seeting is a bit inconvenient because of the more outdoor suited foldable chairs
Food was disappointing. Not what we thought it was advertised. Atmosphere was charming and service was very good.
Very cozy place, decorated with alot of detail. Food was very delicious and service very attentive! Great place!
This is a cozy spot. The space is big enough that you don't feel over-cramped but still has that cozy feel to it. The food was delicious. I wouldn't describe the food as totally Austrian, but rather Austrian-inspired. We were 4 and all had different main dishes - we all enjoyed whatever we ordered! We shared starters and they were great too (definitely recommend the octopus & the broccoli/chorizo). The service was top notch, we asked to move from the common table once one of the tables on the side opened up and they easily accommodated our request. We were celebrating a birthday and when we asked for a candled dessert, the staff asked us for the name of the person celebrating - just a nice personalized touch that shows they're being attentive and not just rolling people in and out.
We had burgers which are not Austrian; they were nothing special. The cocktails were delicious and the staff was super friendly. Next time I’ll try the spaetzle.
We absolutely loved this restaurant and can't wait to go back. Boyfriend got the raw oysters and weiner schnitzel pork. I got the short ribs and chocolate souffle dessert. Everything was amazing.
I was also here 8 months ago shirt ribs were just as amazing so they are definitely consistent!
Great experience on all fronts. Travel to Europe and food was authentic and hot. Service exceptional. Would go back again.
This is one of our favorite places for special occasions. We’ve been for Thanksgiving, Valentine’s Day, and most recently on our birthday! It’s also lovely for a group of friends!
Extremely busy so service was slower than usual. Very good food, wines, and beverages. Great ambiance. Pleasant, friendly staff.
Felt a little impersonal as we were seated but no engagement by staff. This was thanksgiving and we chose to spend it there, I’m Austrian by decent and know restaurants there are more of a family feel know matter where you’re from. I came with my three kids, one flew in from Milan, the other from Houston and my oldest from Chelsea... I’d love to come back and see your usual menu and hang out again
Edi and The Wolf has been a standard bearer for originality and quality in the East Village since opening. Austrian food and wine are on evidence but since most Americans don't know what that is (think weinerschnitzl and schlag), simply expect to find freshest ingredients, beautiful display, simple yet original and tasty dishes likely to delight anyone who gets superb cooking. The room is dark, cozy and like a country inn. The service is amazing--quiet, vigilant but not hovering, knowledgeable, and ready and wanting to help.
Nice atmosphere and great food. A bit noisy, difficult to carry on conversation.
Food was great, loved the playlist. Staff friendly and a relaxed atmosphere.
Came for the Wienerschnitzel, and wasn't disappointed! Great happy hour prices.
We were seated half an hour late. By the time we finished dinner, every other diner had left and the staff looked like they were waiting for us to finish. However, I enjoyed my food and our waitress was efficient and polite.
The food is great, service could be better. The seats are also a little uncomfortable.
I can recommend everything about this restaurant EXCEPT the noise level, which makes it frustrating or impossible to hold a conversation. I return once a year hoping that they have ameliorated it. I will try once more before they lose my business for good.
Great Food, great ambience. we had a wonderful time there with enjoyed authentic Austrian food and a great bottle of wine. the cocktail we ordered as aperitif was creative and delicious. thanks Edi and team
As Austrian citizens living in the US we were looking for authentic Austrian cuisine and atmosphere. We had the Liptauer spread, the Wiener Schnitzel, and the apple strudel. All were excellent. I thought there could have been a bigger variety of authentic Austrian dishes on the menu. After trying the house gruener Veltliner (dry Austrian white wine) which was mediocre we decided on a bottle of a 2017 one which was excellent and nicely chilled. My main complaint would be that the decor was too dark and gloomy in my opinion and did not reflect the happy Austrian vibes I was hoping for. They were maybe trying to give the restaurant a rustic mountain cabin look but it gave you a little scary feel rather than a cozy one. Loud music that was definitely not Austrian also did not help in creating a sense of Austrian gemuetlichkeit. However, I would go back for the food. Please switch the lingonberry sauce to cranberry sauce to go with the schnitzel!
LOVE schnitzel. Great atmosphere. Great for before downtown theater.
Our meal was delicious and the service was excellent. We highly recommend the cocktails, octopus, pickled vegetables, duck and short rib. The outdoor seating was cozy and mellow (depending on other patrons). The ambiance was fun and unusual we will definitely return.
We were really hoping to love this place but were so incredibly dissapointed and it was on our anniversary. Our reservation was made weeks ago for 8:00 pm and I requested to sit in a booth instead of the communal table. We ended up waiting for 40 min with no apologies from the host and no care in the world. Then we finally get seated in the communal section, with not even being able to speak to each other because it was super loud. We left because we didn’t want to eat somewhere after receiving such poor service.
Had a wonderful time with friends, very comfortable place.
menu was perfect not a lot just right.
Edi & The Wolf has always been a great experience. The food is delicious, the setting is always calm and relaxed, and the service is great. I enjoy a quiet setting with some personal space and Edi & The Wolf always delivers.
I had an amazing dining experience at Edi & the Wolf primarily because of the ambience. Half of the front side wall of the restaurant was intentionally left unconstructed, allowing plenty of post-summer breeze into the restaurant. Warm colored lights were everywhere which complimented the light brown wood tone well. The menu had beautifully crafted leather covers. It was also some of the best Austrian food I’ve tasted. The ravioli was exquisite, and the pork schnitzel was amazing. Chicken was average. I will return and try more items on the menu.
Drinks menu wise, the range of choices was quite impressive for a small restaurant like itself. The cocktail menu was a nice surprise. I strongly recommend the bourbon based cocktail. It was very enjoyable.
My boyfriend and I live on Ave B but never really venture to Ave C but I must say we had the most wonderful time (atmosphere and food) at Edi and the Wolf. We will 1000% be back soon.
Very nice service on a quiet day, food always very good.
From the moment we stepped in we had a great experience. All of the staff were so friendly and helpful throughout the entire meal. The food was delicious-the pickles veg are great! And the weinerschnitzle was to die for! Great vibe and everyone there seemed to enjoy their food and drinks! Can’t wait to go back!
Overall had a good experience. The only thing was it was a bit hot inside. Would have been better if they cranked the AC a bit more especially during a 90+ degree weather outside and humid. Food was good and the service was great.
Loved the feel of this place. Rustic and comfortable. We tried the restaurant week menu. I had the Roasted Peach Salad. It was good, but I would try the salad my friend had next time, which was the heirloom tomato salad (really good dressing). We both had the schnitzel, very good as well. Desserts were also really good. Very good service, friendly and attentive. Enjoyable evening from start to finish!
The service was excellent.
Delicious! Great for a group outing.
I adore this place. The food is full of flavor and perfectly balanced. A real find.
Went here for restaurant week 2018 for brunch. Atmosphere is relaxed and comfy, lovely little gem in the village. The roasted peach salad was refreshing and delicious. The drinks, Lady Basil especially, are well priced and tasty. Overall great day!
Nice vibe. Well prepared food. Delightful all around.