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alidoro

Alidoro

105 Sullivan Street btw Prince and Spring
(212) 334-5179
alidoronyc.com

There’s a reason that there is a line out the door of this postage-stamp sized Soho storefront every day around noon. It’s certainly not the atmosphere- the décor of vaguely Italian knick-knacks... Read More

Hirohisa

Hirohisa

73 Thompson Street between Spring & Broome Sts.
(212) 925-1613
hirohisa-nyc.com

For those whose familiarity of Japanese food extends only as far as the menus of their local Sushi restaurant, the cuisine from chef Hirohisa Hiyashi will come as a revelation. The room itself is a... Read More

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Charlie Bird

5 King St between 6th Ave & Macdougal St
(212) 235-7133

You might expect a restaurant named for saxophone great Charlie “Bird” Parker to have a jazz soundtrack – but at Charlie Bird in Soho, you’d be mistaken. Instead, classic hip-hop rules the... Read More

costata

Costata

206 Spring St between Sullivan St and 6th Ave
(212) 334-3320

Costata means “rib eye” in Italian, and it’s also the name of Chef Michael White’s Italian steakhouse in Soho. The famous Pat LaFrieda dry-ages the meat for Costata – therefore, this is the... Read More

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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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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

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

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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