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Lure Fishbar

142 Mercer St at Prince St
212-431-7676

Underneath the Prada store on Mercer Street lies Lure Fishbar, the Soho seafood mecca for those with glamorous looks and good taste. Once you step downstairs, the beautiful interior of Lure stuns... Read More

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Burger & Barrel

25 W Houston between Greene & Mercer
(212) 334-7320

Burger & Barrel, the chic beef-heavy spot on the northern edge of Soho, is much more than just the meaty American favorite highlighted in the name. There are delicious middle-school style tater... Read More

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Lucky Strike

59 Grand St., New York, NY (West Broadway & Wooster St.)
212-941-0772
www.luckystrikeny.com

Step into this 1989-established Keith McNally dining room, and you might feel like you’ve entered a friend’s house – provided that your friend loves French film and well-worn antiques. A décor... Read More

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Falai

267 Lafayette St, New York, NY (Prince & Spring Sts.)
212.274.8615
www.falainyc.com

A sleek, white, heaven-like interior on Lafayette is home to an exceptional Italian restaurant that feels like a bit of Florence on the Lower East Side. Eponymously christened by the acclaimed... Read More

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Rubirosa

235 Mulberry St. New York, NY (Prince & Spring St.)
212.965.0500
www.rubirosanyc.com

Run by Staten Island pizza guru, Giuseppe Pappalardo, Angelo Pappalardo, and the legendary Beatrice Inn doorman, Angelo Bianchi, Rubirosa brings the charisma of the Italian family to Nolita. A... Read More

Blue Ribbon Sushi

119 Sullivan St. New York, NY (Spring & Prince Sts.)
212.343.0404
www.blueribbonrestaurants.com

Located on the same SoHo block as the original Blue Ribbon, this top-rated jewel in the Blue Ribbon family offers fresh seafood flown in daily from both the Atlantic and Pacific, as well as from the... Read More

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Il Buco

47 Bond St., New York, NY (Bowery & Lafayette St.)
212.533.1932
www.ilbuco.com

Il Buco began its life in the 90’s as an antique shop, selling dishware, copper pots, chairs and paintings collected from Mediterranean travels. At one point, the owners started serving midday... Read More