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Please note: this business is now closed; nycgo.com keeps record of many old and closed venues. Restaurateur Chris Genoversa has his finger on the pulse of East Villagers, creating a casual, attractive neighborhood restaurant with a little something for everybody. "Simple food for complicated people," he calls it. The menu is divided into small plates and big plates with an emphasis on seasonality, comfort and what's hot right now: meatballs, smoked Berkshire ham, confit pork belly, burgers and fries. Vegetables also make a prominent showing: salted radishes with sweet butter, roasted cauliflower and confit turnips.