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Brick Lane Curry House is a British type curry house reminiscent of an East London style Indian Restaurant. Brick Lane Curry House is an authentic Indian restaurant.
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Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson talks all things Harlem including Harlem Eat Up 2017.
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To find the trail of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, get ready to do some tunneling.
This contemporary, handsome Greek restaurant spells comfort, with cushy banquettes begging for big groups or luxuriant naps.
A restaurant named the Black Ant is the first clue this will not be your traditional Mexican experience.
A new nightspot takes its creepy cue from Tim Burton’s movies.
One of New York City’s most popular temples of the cupcake, Butter Lane allows patrons to select a base cake in vanilla, chocolate, banana or cookie dough, and then pick one of the day’s daily frosting flavors, to create their own perfect cupcake.
Small Off-Broadway theater hosting experimental performances.
In the heart of the hip East Village, just off bustling St.
Vegan food and healthy beverages are made with panache at an East Village café.
Unpretentious neighborhood sports bar in the East Village that serves food.
After graduating from the Pratt Institute and working as a stylist for celebs like Drew Barrymore and Maggie Gyllenhaal, designer Brookelynn Starnes started her own label in 2006.
This tribute to the big, soft German-style pretzel includes blown-up black-and-white photos of the old country, wooden communal tables and pretzels hanging like Christmas decorations in the windows.
The East Village performance spot is home to Danspace Project, the Poetry Project and Richard Foreman's legendary Ontological-Hysteric Theater (not to mention the local Episcopal parish).