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Mission Cantina

172 Orchard St at Stanton St
(212) 254-2233

Mission Cantina has the feel of a neighborhood place, a casual spot to have a beer and a few tacos and maybe something that will surprise you – after all, this is Danny Bowien’s Mexican-inspired... Read More

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Gemma

335 Bowery at 3rd St
(212) 505-9100

Gemma is the charming Italian brasserie connected to the Bowery Hotel. See and be seen in their outdoor seating area, or enjoy the rustic chic of the bustling indoors with a menu that reflects... Read More

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BONDST

6 Bond St near Lafayette St
(212) 777-2500

BONDST provides fresh, exciting Japanese offerings in a cooler than cool setting surrounded by beautiful waiters and diners alike. The ground floor houses the lounge, an intimate space with its own... Read More

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’inoteca

98 Rivington St at Ludlow St
(212) 614-0473

‘inoteca’s casual, generally mobbed spot on Rivington Street is the Lower East Side capital of Italian style small-plate dining. Expect antipasti, tramezzini (a type of Viennese equivalent of... Read More

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The Leadbelly

14 Orchard St (Orchard & Canal)
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Opened by the guys behind Fat Radish (nearly directly across the street) The Leadbelly has hung its hat on the neverending list of oysterhouses that have sprung up on the lower east side. While we... Read More

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Katz’s Delicatessen

205 E. Houston St., New York, NY (@ Ludlow St.)
212.254.2246
www.katzdeli.com

Established in 1888, Katz’s is the real-deal, kosher-style New York delicatessen. By upholding a rare tradition of meat preparation and preservation predating refrigeration, their stalwart methods... Read More

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Freemans

191 Chrystie St. New York, NY (end of Freeman Alley)
212.420.0012
www.freemansrestaurant.com

Hipster restaurant impresarios William Tigertt and Taavo Somer had a vision when they discovered Freeman’s Alley: in the abandoned backstreet they imagined a restaurant as secret hideaway. And so... Read More