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This Midtown East gem is a noted newcomer to Manhattan’s luxury dining scene. Serving innovative interpretations of classic Greek and Turkish dishes, the bistro is designed around its open kitchen, where chefs can be seen busily toiling over open flames. The specialties are spice-drenched dishes like meze platters, shrimp and lamb skewers, traditional breads and mini-pizzas called pidettes. Live jazz performances are scheduled every Saturday.