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Chicane

430 Broome St at Crosby St
(212) 226-5999

Named after the snaking roads of the Monte Carlo Grand Prix, Chicane divides its menu between traditional and nouveau takes on coastal Gallic fare. The 75-seat eatery is outfitted with curved... Read More

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L’asso

192 Mott St at Kenmare St
(212) 219-2353

L’asso is arguably one of the best amongst a variety of authentic Italian joints in Little Italy when it comes to pizza – and with over 23 types of pies, you can’t go wrong. Reservations are... Read More

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Melibea

2 Bank St at Greenwhich Ave
(212) 463-0090

Irreverence is on the menu at Spanish chef Jesus Nunez’s restaurant, Melibea. Nunez has taken the tomato, an indispensable staple of his native soil and prepared it every which way – dried,... Read More

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Five Points

31 Great Jones St between Lafayette St & Bowery
212-253-5700

“Every neighborhood needs a place with a good bar, a serious kitchen, and zero pretensions,” and according to the forces behind NoHo mainstay Five Points, their establishment is exactly... Read More

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Joe’s Shanghai Restaurant

9 Pell St near Bowery
212-233-8888

At Joe’s Shanghai Restaurant, an unassuming spot in the heart of Chinatown, the dumplings are freshly made to order. Xiao long bao, or “little dumplings in the basket,” originated in... Read More

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Bottino

246 10th Ave at W 24th St
(212) 206-6766

Chelsea is the land of a thousand galleries, but when all these painting purveyors need a place to nosh, Bottino is the only spot. The cafe is known as “The Cheers of the Art World,” and... Read More

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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

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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