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If you're looking for a place to fuel up before hitting the local clubs, Ovest is a stylish venue for pizza, panini and wine. For Chelsea gallerygoers, it's open all day for lunch. At the back of the room is the open mouth of a brick oven, its flames licking thin-crust pizzas in the style of its popular sister restaurant, Luzzo's, in the East Village. At happy hour (4–8pm), there's a Milan-style spread of free food to accompany wine and drink specials.