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Alex Jong and his love for bagels gave rise to Levend Bagelry in 2015. Levend in Dutch means living/alive, emphasizing more on the quality and efforts gone into making that special. They prepare everything from scratch here including the bagels and the cream cheese. The flavorful ingredients added to the bagels are all locally sourced and are of impeccable quality. From Pizza Bagels to bagel sandwiches, the bagels are perfect for a sumptuous breakfast. Must try bagels for all bakery lovers.
Opened in 2007, Mooo is the brainchild of Jamie Mammano and Paul Roiff, the former is also its chef. Set in the luxurious XV Beacon Hotel, their menu is a twist on traditional steakhouse dishes. Their clientele includes corporate honchos, politicos and socialites. This upscale steakhouse also has a good selection of fish and seafood platter for those not into meat. From Kobe Dumplings, Broiled East Coast Oysters to Rib Eye Steak, Pepper Crusted Sirloin Au Poivre and Baked Stuffed Lobster, everything is wonderfully prepared and presented.
Serving breakfast and lunch to workaday crowds, this busy downtown deli does it all without pretense. The seating is clean and plentiful. For breakfast, there are pancakes, home fries, eggs and toast. Lunchtime sees a range of cold vegetable and meat sandwiches, and hot subs such as steak and cheese. Spaghetti dishes, club sandwiches served with French fries, Greek sandwiches on pita, Greek plates and salads are also available.
Set in an early 18th-century brick building, Central Wharf Co. is spread across two levels and features five rooms and three bars. The neo-industrial look of the contemporary Financial District restaurant and bar is warm and inviting. Check out the historical tidbits on framed newspaper cuttings from the 1800s. Savor dishes like Wonton Nachos, Clams Casino, Smoked Brisket Reuben and Cast Iron Statler Chicken. Complement your meal with craft beers and artisan cocktails.
Set in a 19th-century building, the Granary Tavern has a rustic look to it. This bi-level restaurant features two bars, an open kitchen, vintage granite blocks, exposed bricks and wooden beams. Their menu is based on slow food cooking principles and has only fresh ingredients in it. It mainly consists of charcuterie, shellfish, flatbreads and some reinterpreted classic New England dishes. Complement your meal with cocktails. It is a nice spot to drop in for late night hunger pangs as well.