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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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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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Souen

210 6th Ave at Prince St
(212) 807-7421

Since 1971, Souen has been offering natural organic food to New York diners, with the foremost priority being to serve delicious meals in keeping with good health. Their goal is for everyone... 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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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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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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Momofuku Noodle Bar

171 First Ave., New York, NY (10th & 11th Sts.)
212.777.7773
www.momofuku.com

David Chang’s original East Village spot spawned dozens of imitators – none with the success of Momofuku’s eponymous ramen soup and Berkshire pork buns. Using traditional French cooking... Read More