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twiggles Mar 3, 2008 10:56 AM

Hello all, I am going to see a film at the Angelika on Sunday, and I'm looking for a good lunch/early dinner place nearby. I'm going with a few people that are a bit picky- the budget is low (I'd say entrees no more than $15pp), and they like simple things like diner fare (burgers, sandwiches, soup). We also have a vegan in the group. I don't want to go to a place like silver spurs if i can avoid it! so please help!! Thanks.

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    adorno Mar 4, 2008 06:32 PM

    It might be a teeny bit more than 15 (maybe closer to 20) but I find Noho Star at Lafayette and Bleecker a good local place. 2 blocks (depending how you define it) from the Ang. They definitely have veg. items.

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      xigua Mar 4, 2008 04:44 AM

      You can try Nolita House and Caffe Falai, both within a 3 minute walk.

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        cimui Mar 3, 2008 03:14 PM

        'Ino, Moustache, and Galanga would fit your budget and dietary requirements -- and they're all but a short walk away. Flor's Kitchen be even better, though a bit more of a walk, as well.

        If you want pub grub, Dennehy's on Carmine near Varick is my favorite in the area.

        Bar Fry might also be of interest...

        1. sing me a bar Mar 3, 2008 03:02 PM

          Totally Arturo's! Low impact, great pizza. Otherwise you're facing Soho fare, which is in a differnet price league or...the dreaded Silver Spurs! Although, I heard the Thai place further down Houston,beyond Ushi Wakamura, just before Raffetto's is not bad. Is it Prem-On?

          1. egit Mar 3, 2008 01:56 PM

            What about Arturo's Pizza? They have pastas that may be okay for the vegan. Or salads. Fanelli's is good too.

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              pronek Mar 3, 2008 12:06 PM

              Fanelli's? Just a couple of blocks south.

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