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Market Table

54 Carmine St at Bedford St
(212) 255-2100

Located in the West Village, Market Table is a seasonal American restaurant, influenced by Chef Mike Price’s childhood on the family farm coupled with years working besides talented chefs. The... Read More

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Fanelli Cafe

94 Prince St at Mercer
(212) 226-9412

Fanelli’s has outlived any other tavern in the neighborhood (since 1922 in fact), and for good reason, as a beer and burger here can never disappoint. Try to impress an old friend who thinks... 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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The Waverly Inn

16 Bank St. New York, NY @ Waverly Pl
917.828.1154
www.yelp.com/the-waverly-inn-new-york

Nightlife impresario and hotelier Sean MacPherson with Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter opened this legendary New York nook in 1999. With handpainted murals of 43 Greenwich Village luminaries like... Read More

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Blue Ribbon Bakery

35 Downing St., New York, NY (@ Bedford St.)
212.337.0404
www.blueribbonrestaurants.com

One of the many Bromberg Bros. restaurants, Blue Ribbon Bakery began on a picturesque West Village corner nearly 15 years ago.  Despite its many accolades including winner of the “Best Brunch in... Read More

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Cafe Cluny

284 West 12th St., New York, NY (@ West 4th St)
212.255.6900
www.cafecluny.com

On a charming, cobblestone West Village corner, Café Cluny remains a staple for weekday lunches and weekend brunches for the sophisticated-yet-Sperry-wearing set.  Partners of the Odeon and Café... Read More

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Mary’s Fish Camp

64 Charles St., New York, NY (@ West 4th St.)
646.486.2185
www.marysfishcamp.com

Several years ago, there was a clash between the chef/owners of New York’s famous Pearl Oyster Bar on Cornelia Street. Mary Redding left and started her own seafood restaurant a few blocks away,... Read More