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Lobster Club’s lobster gyoza.

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wd-50 alum John McCarthy forsook Manhattan’s restaurant fray for the calmer pace of Hudson, New York, where he opened the Crimson Sparrow in 2012. This fall, he’s back in town with his take on izakaya fare: fried chicken and ramen, sure, but also cured salmon roe with yeasted sunchoke purée and chips. 439 Third Ave.


Southern meets Italian in the original Pok Pok Ny space, because who can resist a dish called Hot Chicken Milanese? 127 Columbia St.; Columbia Street Waterfront District


Nargis Bar and Grill

Uzbek cuisine—lagman noodle soup, kebabs aplenty, plov—lands in

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