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Soft Swerve

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Simply Hooked

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Dish Spotting: Orchard Grocer’s Vegan Bagel and Schmear

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The just-launched Orchard Grocer might be the most modern “New Jewish” establishment in NYC, as — instead of celebrating schmaltz, whitefish and gribenes with nostalgic, pseudo-ironic abandon — it’s entirely meat, gluten and dairy-free.

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The Late Late

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Claw Daddy’s NYC

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Doughnut Plant

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It’s All About Cider at Wassail on the Lower East Side

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In the last few years, the city has wholeheartedly embraced crisp, fruity and refined cider as a happy medium between beer and wine. Witness the growing popularity of the annual NYC Cider Week (don’t miss our upcoming festival guide!), as well as a significantly enhanced presence on local menus…

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Speedy Romeo LES

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The Recently Revamped El Rey Is A Prime Summertime Destination

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Come summertime on the Lower East Side, there’s no better spot to peep at beautiful, fashionable passerby than from a sunny window seat at El Rey, sipping on a frozen Tinto de Verano, aka a “Poor Man’s Sangria,” made from equal parts cola and red wine.

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Food and Film Come Together at Metrograph Commissary

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The movie theatre-cum-restaurant is already a big thing in Brooklyn and now, it’s finally taken hold in Manhattan, with the recent debut of Metrograph Commissary, inspired by the in-studio eateries from Hollywood’s golden age. Did we mention the food’s legit?

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Speedy Romeo Brings Pastrami Pies to the Lower East Side

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Emmy’s Detroit-style squares may be the most notable new addition to Brooklyn’s pizza scene, but the borough’s own Speedy Romeo — and its St. Louis-inspired pies — might just be the most exciting Manhattan development of late…

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Paloma Rocket

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The Surf’s Finally Up at Pizza Beach on the Lower East Side

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Pizza Beach may have opened on the Lower East Side back in October, but now that its spring, it finally feels like the right — read; non ironic — time to visit the laidback, Orchard Street spot, from the team behind the East Pole and Brinkley’s.

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Lucky Bee is Really Cooking With Gas

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The Lower East Side’s Lucky Bee is really cooking with gas; and we mean that literally. After launching three months ago, and operating solely with induction and butane stoves, the family style, farm-to-table Southeast Asian spot (from philanthropist and sneaker designer, Rupert Noffs and his husband and former Fat Radish chef, Matty Bennett) finally has access to a gas-powered cooktop, oven and grill.

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Tiki Tabu

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Birds and Bubbles

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Lowlife

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Freemans

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Lucky Bee

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Petee’s Pie Company

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