GOMI KOREAN WINE BAR
Unique Wines paired with
Korean & Brazilian
Locally Sourced Home-style Meals
Patio season is here again, and we are happy that indoor dining is back up and running!
We are a casual first-come, first served restaurant and do not take reservations, however to ensure a space for larger groups over 6 people (no more than 10), please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Too busy to dine in? We offer Pickup
(call 646-707-0707) and Delivery (Seamless, UberEats, Postmates). *Please note due to the high services fees we are charged on the delivery apps, the food prices for delivery have been increased. Save money on each dish by ordering directly from us for pickup!
Our team is working hard to keep Gomi a safe place for you to relax, please help us by following our safety guidelines found here.
We hope to see you soon!
-Rafael and Team Gomi
GOMI COFFEE BAR
We are temporarily closing our coffee shop. We hope to re-start this program in the future. Stay tuned!
We are a small restaurant and wine bar located in the East Village/Alphabet City neighborhood in Manhattan. Our warm and welcoming space is perfect for any occasion, whether it be a solo moment to unwind, an intimate dinner for two, or a celebration with friends.
Come enjoy a glass (or two) with us!
means Little Bear in Korean
WHO WE ARE
All of our wines are hand-selected by chef-owner Rafael, who has developed a personal relationship with many of the wineries he showcases. Much of the menu focuses on smaller wineries that are organically or bio-dynamically certified or practicing.
We use local and organic ingredients whenever possible. Vegetables are purchased frequently and in small quantities to ensure peak freshness. The steak is sterling silver black angus. We do not add sugar to any of our dishes - only Madeira wine, sake, and a little bit of fruit.
Our entire menu was created using traditional and homemade recipes, many of which were developed over a campfire.
Prior to GOMI, Rafael would often cook multi-course meals for his friends and it became his dream to create a space where he was able to share his wine and food with others.
Born in Korea but raised in Brazil (half of that time spent in São Paolo’s Japan Town), Rafael’s international background comes across in his food, music, and wines. His ability to speak five languages is as unique as dining with him, when it’s not unusual to have a Picanha steak, bibim bap, and a Portuguese red wine.
You’ll often find Rafael behind the bar at GOMI or serving you personally. Don’t hesitate to start a conversation about food, hiking, dogs, or wine.
When not at Gomi, Rafael can be found hiking with Gommy and friends.
Hi! My name is Gommy, and the restaurant was named after me! The spelling was changed because apparently it is easier to remember and spell "G-O-M-I." I'm a dog, so I'm not offended at all...
I’m an 85 pound long-hair Japanese Akita. My favorite food is salmon and my favorite hiking trail is on Bear Mountain.