Eastfield’s is from the same people behind The East Pole, and it’s pretty much a younger version. They serve same type of food - kind-of-healthy stuff with an emphasis on vegetables - but it’s just a little less expensive here. It’s also a little brighter (during the day) and a little more fun. Come here if you want to eat a plate of kale or cauliflower or a burger and pretend you’re in Nolita. Bring a date. It’s good for that.
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Earl’s Beer & Cheese
Earl’s menu of pig and cheese heavy snacks pairs perfectly with the small but righteous selection of draft beers that they have on tap. Head up north sometime to check it out, and also visit Earl’s sister restaurant around the corner, ABV.
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The Smith Lincoln Center
That's right, another Infatuation review for yet another location of The Smith. Why? Because The Smith is always there when you need it to be. Sometimes for the food. Sometimes for the bathroom. Either way, it's there, and it's good.
Contra is a Lower East Side tasting menu restaurant with adventurous food that actually tastes good.
Westville East is a great utility spot, especially if you’re looking to eat something kind of healthy.
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The East Pole
With its downtown vibe and solid menu, The East Pole is exactly the youthful shot in the arm the Upper East Side needed.
Pizza Beach is great if you're looking to Instagram your dinner. It's not great if you're looking to eat good pizza.
The Daisy is an Upper East Side restaurant and cocktail bar that serves American-ish food that you’ve likely already tried before and know you like.
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