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Or maybe makes you briefly forget you have a job at all.
And actually saying yes when your server asks if you’d like coffee, tea, or dessert at the end of your meal isn’t going to cut it.
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But when you want to feel more like an in-the-know local, go to Davelle.
It’s a tiny all-day spot on the LES with an old mirror over the fireplace and dried flowers hanging on the brick walls.
Frenchette has the same high-energy feel as classic NYC spots like The Odeon and Blue Ribbon, but it’s new, so it also has a huge natural wine list and slightly untraditional French food (the boudin blanc comes with a pretzel roll).
It’s much easier to get a table here at lunch than dinner, but your sister will still nod her head and make you cringe slightly as she says, “There’s just no place like New York.” Stop by Sugarfish on just about any night of the week, and you’ll find a pretty long wait.
It can be fun to act like a tourist on a day off, and get lunch somewhere full of people who don’t seem to realize that the stores in Soho offer a new service called online shopping. Meredith collects data to deliver the best content, services, and personalized digital ads.We partner with third party advertisers, who may use tracking technologies to collect information about your activity on sites and applications across devices, both on our sites and across the Internet.At lunch, this Greek spot on the LES has a similar crowd, but you won’t have to wait two hours for a table.The menu of traditional Greek dishes has options for everyone, ranging from a Greek salad topped with a brick of feta to charred, juicy lamb chops with housemade mustard.