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Chicane

430 Broome St at Crosby St
(212) 226-5999

Named after the snaking roads of the Monte Carlo Grand Prix, Chicane divides its menu between traditional and nouveau takes on coastal Gallic fare. The 75-seat eatery is outfitted with curved... Read More

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Maison O

98 Kenmare St between Mulberry St & Cleveland Pl
212-274-9898

Maison O is a tucked-away izakaya, developed by a team consisting of Lou Ceruzzi (Sfoglia), Matt Abramcyk (Smith & Mills, Tiny’s and the Bar Upstairs), and Serge Becker (Miss Lily’s, La... Read More

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Le Restaurant by All Good Things

102 Franklin Church St
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Directly across the street from the Tribeca Grand Hotel in the downstairs space of mini-locavore market All Good Things, Le Restaurant offers up one of the most fun and creative tasting menus... Read More

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Takahachi

145 Duane Street (Duane St. & West Broadway)
212.571.1830
http://www.takahachi.net

This is one of our most favorite spots for great sushi at way more relaxed prices than some of its more self-serious sushi neighbors. The atmosphere is laid-back, you don’t need a reservation, the... Read More

Nobu

Nobu

105 Hudson Street (Hudson St. & Franklin St.)
212.219.0500
www.noburestaurants.com

A true classic that has stood the test of time in the ever-growing sushi restaurant universe. Nobu Matsuhisa’s iconic black miso cod and rock shrimp with spicy mayo have been copied several times... 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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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