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    "Several house cocktails, such as the Clock Tower Sour and the Lazarus, were punch-bowl sweet, but the gingery Dark and Stormy on tap had some razzmatazz."
    The New YorkerThe New Yorker · August 26, 2015
    Gastropub
    · New York, United States
    8.7
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    "How is it that the tomatillos, tossed with white cabbage and cilantro, sitting quietly at the side of a house-made-duck-sausage banh mi, taste like such sweet, healthy candy?"
    The New YorkerThe New Yorker · August 26, 2015
    American
    · New York, United States
    9.1
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    "Unless you know the Spanish word chapulín, you may not realize that the shrimp tacos are battered and fried in a crust of grasshoppers, creating a deliciously recursive arthropod."
    The New YorkerThe New Yorker · August 20, 2015
    Mexican
    · New York, United States
    8.0
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    "Bankers, writers, ponytailed tough guys, women in tight pants, men with braids like Axl Rose: everybody sits side by side, drinking their fireballs and Honker’s Ale."
    The New YorkerThe New Yorker · August 20, 2015
    Bar
    · New York, United States
    7.0
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    "Out comes a parade of sushi, though the chefs identifying their creations don’t always make themselves heard over Drake or Jay Z. Guessing games ensue: “Did he say scallop sperm?”"
    The New YorkerThe New Yorker · August 6, 2015
    Japanese
    · New York, United States
    8.7
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    "A drink called Beets by Dre contained beet juice, gin, and rosemary—O.K. if borscht’s your thing; watch the white jeans."
    The New YorkerThe New Yorker · August 6, 2015
    Cocktail
    · New York, United States
    6.2