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ápizz

217 Eldridge Street
New York City, NY 10002
212.253.9199
http://www.apizz.com/

Locals flock to this warm, cave-like space (pronounced ah-BEETS), for the dishes that mimic the interior in being understated and comforting at the same time. Look carefully; the windowless entrance is marked only by a small sign.


 

'inoteca

98 Rivington Street
New York City, NY 10002
212.614.0473
http://www.inotecanyc.com

This laid back café offers Tuscan small plates and thoughtfully selected wines in handsome, laid back surroundings. Grab a table by the window to watch the colorful locals go by as you share a Panini or cheese plate with friends.


 

Clinton St. Baking Company and Restaurant

4 Clinton Street
New York City, NY 10002
646.602.6263
http://www.clintonstreetbaking.com/

Lines of flannel-clad youngsters huddle outside this small café each weekend waiting for a taste of its legendary brunch.


 

Frankie’s Spuntino

17 Clinton Street
New York City, NY 10002
212.253.2303
http://www.frankiesspuntino.com/

This lively little spuntino is an outpost of the Carroll Gardens standby. Tin ceilings and exposed brick walls create a welcoming environment in which to enjoy signature dishes like pork bracciola and homemade gnocchi.


 

Katz's Deli

205 East Houston Street
New York City, NY 10002
212.254.2246
http://www.katzdeli.com/

The oldest delicatessen in the city, Katz's once fed scores of Jewish immigrants who dwelled in nearby tenements. This Lower East Side institution still serves up massive portions of house made pastrami, salami and corned beef to anyone seeking a taste of old New York.


 

Kuma Inn

113 Ludlow Street, 2nd Floor
New York City, NY 10002
212.353.8866
http://www.kumainn.com/

An unassuming stairway on Ludlow Street leads patrons up to this ultra-chic Asian tapas lounge where reservations are a must. The Thai and Filipino inspired fusion cuisine is balanced by an extensive list of sakes.


 

Stanton Social

99 Stanton Street
New York City, NY 10002
212.995.0099
http://thestantonsocial.com/

The huge, airy dining room attracts the neighborhood's classier residents with dark wood, white brick, and retro touches like belt-strapped pillows. The eclectic tapas menu includes playful concepts like red-snapper tacos and French onion soup dumplings, with miniature Twinkies upping the kitsch factor.


 

wd-50

50 Clinton Street
New York City, NY 10002
212.477.2900
http://www.wd-50.com

An understated room sets a clean stage for Chef Wylie Dufresne's cutting-edge creations. A pioneer of molecular gastronomy, Dufresne seeks to stretch diners' imaginations with avant-garde combinations. Bring your wallet and your sense of adventure.

 

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