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helenheaven Mar 21, 2007 02:21 PM

any recs for the retail-heavy, restaurant-light area around the intersection of broadway and houston? we've tired ourselves out on Noho Star and Lure Fishbar - looking for something new!

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    fullmanti RE: helenheaven Mar 21, 2007 03:10 PM

    Have you been to Jean-Claude, 137 Sullivan just south of Houston? Great little french place -- v authentic. Cash only.

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      nuxvomica RE: helenheaven Mar 21, 2007 03:56 PM

      Centovini - diagonally across the street on Houston. good Italian, fairly new

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        piccola RE: helenheaven Mar 21, 2007 06:31 PM

        When to Dos Caminos SoHo recently. The food's good - the service was great. Seriously. Not just courteous and polite, but friendly in a sincere-sounding way.

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          Katherine H RE: helenheaven Mar 21, 2007 07:56 PM

          How about a burger at Fanelli's on Prince and Mercer? I also like Jerry's and Kelley and Ping.

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            1uc7 RE: Katherine H Mar 21, 2007 08:22 PM

            Agree with Katherine's picks for casual dining in that area. I'd also throw in Zoe on prince -- have only gone there for lunch but for new american (which may not be considered exciting or trendy cuisine), I suspect it gets overlooked and it's actually pretty good. Otherwise Lupa is always good, though just slightly further west.

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              grocerytrekker RE: Katherine H Mar 22, 2007 05:22 PM

              I never did try Kelley and Ping.

               
               
               
            2. ronoc RE: helenheaven Mar 22, 2007 07:01 AM

              Lupa. Arturo's. Jane. All on or near Houston.
              Otherwise, it's about to get nice out - so how about an exploratory walk? Over to Layfayette and down to Spring for a whole mess of restaurants down there. There are also some great ones if you walk over to Thompson/Sullivan and then south.

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                kenito799 RE: ronoc Mar 22, 2007 10:12 AM

                second Jane, plus it's pretty big so there shouldn't be a wait for a table

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                Lilybart RE: helenheaven Mar 22, 2007 05:29 PM

                I second the vote for Centovini. I ate lunch there a month ago and I vowed to return as soon as I can get downtown again.

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