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Find barbecue, pizza, Mexican fare and the fanciest food court you've ever seen in Lower Manhattan.
Check out Polish eats, fresh seafood and unorthodox pastries in this North Brooklyn neighborhood.
Treat yourself to delectable confections at Butter & Scotch, Maman and Stick With Me Sweets.
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