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  1. Robuchon disciple opens a French 'bistro' in Tribeca. When I saw the name, I thought, Are they reopening? But did I mean L'Abeille in Paris? Or the Belgian in New York? But I now suspect I was thinking of some place else altogether, with a different name. Anyhow, now I wonder if I should have gone here instead of Le Coucou last week. I am certainly intrigued by the squab, but red miso + bourbon + dark chocolate seems a bit much? Do we think this qualifies as 'bistronomie'? Maybe for Tribeca [no tablecloths!]? Saito's apparently a 'local affluent resident' who backed Nagae when he needed s
  2. The Butterfly, Michael White's "Wisconsin-style Supper Club" with Eben Freeman's cocktails, opens Monday. Grub Street has the preview. In some ways, the description reminds me of Carbone, because it's referring to a fairly humble vernacular format, with a 3* chef using high-end ingredients: for instance, a patty melt made with aged beef.
  3. I ordered plenty just for myself: one bar snack-type thing, four "tapas," and one dessert, with one cocktail and coffee. Couldn't finish dessert, but that's not unusual. Almost all of it was excellent. Not really a place to have a meal, but very good to have bites with friends. Tables are too small for more than a couple of plates at one time. Noise level buzzy with conversation but not overly loud in spite of many hard surfaces (there was music of some sort--nothing I recognized, but I'm pop-ignorant). Lighting a bit too dim, but I liked the d├ęcor: lots of mirrors, white subway tile, and blon
  4. Suzanne F


    In the middle of the stretch of West Broadway between Murray and Warren, a sort of mini restaurant row, where there used to be a not-good Indian or Bangladeshi restaurant. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner (7:00 am to 11:00 pm), Monday through Saturday. Actually, it's been open for a few months for breakfast and lunch, but only this week have they started dinner service, since their liquor license came through a few weeks ago. Menu is mostly North Africanish/Middle Easternish with a little French and a hint of Italian. Food prices are quite reasonable; I haven't looked at the wine list.
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