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Schiller’s has been a neighborhood stalwart since the beginning of the Lower East Side renaissance, serving up New American, British and nouveau French classics in their iconic, white-tiled dining room. Steak frites, fish and chips, oysters and moules frites are served til the wee hours of the morning here—but if staying up late isn’t your thing, Schiller’s also offers brunch on the weekends.