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Please note: this business is now closed; nycgo.com keeps record of many old and closed venues. Propelled by a pile of rave reviews (including a two-star rating from The New York Times), this glass-walled eatery has become one of Greenwich Village’s most popular new restaurants. The adulation is deserved: 10 Downing’s Mediterranean-influenced New American menu is extensive enough to warrant multiple visits. For your first meal, bring friends and share the selection of smoked and cured meats as an appetizer (they’re prepared on-premises), then try the striped bass with seckel pear, celery root, black trumpet mushrooms and mint pesto.