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  • 9.3

    Hi-Collar - ハイカラ

    Coffee Shop 214 E 10th St New York, NY

    People also say (108 tips):

    • Xinnie
      Xinnie: "Everything here is so cute and unique. Japanese iced coffee is great! Omurice was yum. Hot cakes was phenomenal. We even get to to-go a katsu sandwich. Tots coming back when I'm in NY next."
  • 9.5

    Sunny & Annie Gourmet Deli

    Deli / Bodega 94 Avenue B New York, NY

    People also say (159 tips):

    • Eli S.
      Eli Showalter: "I just had the Biden this morning. It's even better than the Sunny Breakfast. Chicken cutlet, avocado, sprouts, grilled onions, and a little ranch dressing on a croissant."
  • 9.5

    Russ & Daughters

    Gourmet Shop 179 E Houston St New York, NY

    People also say (377 tips):

    • Salih Seckin S.
      Salih Seckin Sevinc: "Life is too short to reach professionally smoked fish. This place is a legend. You'll find everything smoked and fish with different types of cures and the best caviars for a feast. Go get them tiger!"
  • 9.3

    Angel’s Share

    Speakeasy 8 Stuyvesant St New York, NY

    People also say (462 tips):

    • Kathy M.
      Kathy Matthiesen: "Go upstairs to the Japanese restaurant and go left through the unmarked door. Quiet, intimate, and great drinks. Loved the Smoke in Your Face whiskey cocktail - it's exactly what it sounds like."
  • 9.4

    Sake Bar Decibel

    Sake Bar 240 E 9th St New York, NY

    People also say (234 tips):

    • Untapped Cities
      Untapped Cities: "They have an extensive selection of sake from the Rihaku to the Kikusui. Just as popular is the yummy lineup of appetizers, one can’t go wrong with the Shrimp Dumplings or Japanese Pancakes."
  • 9.4

    Cafe Mogador

    Moroccan Restaurant 101 Saint Marks Pl New York, NY

    People also say (370 tips):

    • Simon K.
      Simon Kratzer: "The food is delicious. I especially liked the potatoes that come with the standard brunch. Unlike other places it has lots of space so the waiting time is usually quite short."

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  • People also say (131 tips):

    • Jaimee E.
      Jaimee Estreller: "Amazing spot if you're craving authentic Greek food. Get the grilled octopus, pan-fried sardines, and the lemon potatoes. Portions are on the bigger side too. Free dessert at the end is solid too :)"
    • Ina L.
      Ina Li: "Big portion, fresh ingredients. Mediterranean Sea bass, chicken kabob, Greek salad, and calamari. About $20-30 per person, really worth it! Also they give you free dessert (delicious Greek custard)"
  • 9.4

    Bobwhite Counter

    Fried Chicken Joint 94 Avenue C New York, NY

    People also say (255 tips):

    • Gothamist
      Gothamist: "The full fried chicken supper, with salad and jumbo biscuit, is so affordable that you can share a side or two and still get that overflowing bowl of pecan pie bread pudding for dessert."
    • Antonio V.
      Antonio Vanegas: "The buffalo chicken sandwich should run for president! Amazing! Homemade ranch for the ranch lovers, not your normal frozen fries they're nice and crispy. Mac & cheese is authentic & really good!"
  • 9.3

    Gaia Italian Cafe

    Italian Restaurant 251 E Houston St New York, NY

    People also say (123 tips):

    • ZZubin
      ZZubin: "As much as I love the food and prices here, the proprietor deserves the negative reviews. Downright hostile for absolutely no reason."
    • The New Yorker
      The New Yorker: "At Gaia, "oven-baked dishes satisfy cravings for simple, homemade food, such as meatballs and potatoes generously dusted with Parmesan crumbles.""

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