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Daruma Ya

Daruma-Ya

428 Greenwich St. Laight & Vestry Sts.
(212) 274-0428
www.darumaya-nyc.com

This former Greenwich Grill space is home to one Tribeca’s finest soba izakaya, Daruma-Ya. The menu features modern Japanese small dishes, all built to be shared by the table, as well as handmade... Read More

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Sushi Nakazawa

23 Commerce St between 7th Ave & Bedford St
(212) 924-2212

Sushi Nakazawa, the namesake West Village haunt of Chef Daisuke Nakazawa, is an instant-hit with both sushi aficionados and novices alike. Nakazawa is a protégé of sushi master Jiro Ono, and was... Read More

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Souen

210 6th Ave at Prince St
(212) 807-7421

Since 1971, Souen has been offering natural organic food to New York diners, with the foremost priority being to serve delicious meals in keeping with good health. Their goal is for everyone... Read More

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Khe-Yo

157 Duane St between Hudson St and West Broadway
212-587-1089

Tribeca’s hottest new restaurant feels very much of the neighborhood – it has the brick walls, wooden floors, and spare chicness of many eateries below Canal Street – yet you know things are... Read More

Golden-Unicorn

Golden Unicorn

18 E Broadway at Catherine St
212-941-0911

Chinatown Dim Sum can be so mysterious, so wonderfully anonymous, that you could wander into a tiny storefront, pay your ten dollars for plate after plate of finger food, leave woozy and full,... Read More

Red-Farm

RedFarm

529 Hudson between Charles & W 10th
212-792-9700

The authenticity and prices of Dim Sum eateries in Chinatown and far-flung outer boroughs maybe can’t be beat, but there’s nothing wrong with sticking to the West Village and classing things up a... Read More

UncleBoons

Uncle Boons

7 Spring St between Elizabeth & Bowery
(646) 370-6650

Thai flavors are usually singular in the US, but Uncle Boons owners and Per Se veterens Matt Danzer & Ann Redding have gone for balanced and holistic flavors that are a unifying mix. The... Read More

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Nom Wah Tea Parlor

13 Doyers between Pell & Bowery
(212) 962-6047

The one that started it all: Opened in 1920, Nom Wah Tea Parlor can be found down a winding, old-world curve of Doyers Street, deep in Chinatown, and once you enter you’re immediately overcome by... Read More