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Bistro Les Amis

180 Spring St at Thompson St
(212) 226-8645

Within walking distance of the Soho Grand, Bistro Les Amis provides everything one can want from a dining experience: friendly service, comfortable atmosphere and mouth-watering delights from start... Read More

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Juice Press SoHo

156 Prince St near W Broadway
(212) 777-0034 ext. 7

Juice Press is a unique concept in food and retail stores currently based in NYC, making 100% raw juices, superfood smoothies, raw foods, and raw desserts in a grab and go model. Try one of their 26... Read More

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La Sirene

558 Broome St near Varick St
(212) 925-3061

La Sirène is a little French bistro hidden away near the entrance to the Holland Tunnel. The twist? Corkage-free BYOB with a welcoming staff that makes one feel at home in the tiny space.  The duck... 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

Torrisi Italian Specialities @ 250 Mulberry St., New York, NY

Torrisi Italian Specialties

250 Mulberry St, New York, NY (@ Prince St.)
212.965.0955
www.piginahat.com

By day, Torrisi Italian Specialties is a sandwich shop on the northern edge of Little Italy.  This is noteworthy, because Torrisi is nothing quite like the tourist traps and lackluster Italian food... Read More

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CafÉ Gitane

242 Mott. St., New York, NY (Houston & Prince)
212.334.9552
www.cafegitanenyc.com

With all the ambience of a charming sidewalk bistro in Paris, it should come as no surprise that NoLita’s Café Gitane is named after a French cigarette. During the day, the hip French-Morrocan... 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