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Frankies 570—also known as the Hudson Street Spuntino—is a handsomely decorated restaurant in an 1851 landmark building situated on a romantic street corner. Frankies 570 offers the delicious, nutritious food that The Franks grew up eating and cooking, all in a laid-back setting and at a great value. It has become a West Village favorite in the same way that Frankies 457 has become a Carroll Gardens mainstay, infusing the neighborhood with the laid-back, Brooklyn vibe that is a Frankies Spuntino hallmark.