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Flavors of South American countries like Argentina and Chile are brought together under one roof at the Lechon restaurant. Executive Chef Jaco blends these with his personal styles, creating delicious plates like spicy Manilla clams and Bavette steak. Careful attention is given not only during preparations but also while plating which is visible from their artful presentation of every dish. The place offers a relaxed and rustic atmosphere to enjoy their diverse delectable brunch, lunch and dinner menu.
Housed in the Baggage and Carriage Building, is Pine Street Market where you can sample delicious portions of the city's top restaurants. Want to eat different plates at the same place? Then Pine Street Market is the plate. With Israeli street food, hefty pizza slices and Asian fusion delights, there is something for everyone at Pine Street Market.
Concealed in the basement of the Hoxton Hotel on North West 4th Avenue, 2NW5 takes on the shape of a modern-day speakeasy with its wonderful array of antique furnishings, contemporary art, and laid-back vibe. The sleek bar is by the establishment's main attraction and stocks all kinds of local and international brews, liquors and wines. The staff is friendly and well-trained in mixology, and concoct some truly unique creations for their guests. The food served here is primarily Asian that is infused with modern flavors and local ingredients.
The shrimp is undeniably the best thing about this quaint Chinatown restaurant. Whether you prefer it spicy or tame, at Republic Cafe it is prepared in every imaginable way, and you can indulge in it for just a small price. If you are not a shrimp lover, there are a variety of other Szechuan and Asian dishes on the extensive menu. Try a Chinese beer with your meal, or eat in the lounge. The restaurant is decorated with traditional Chinese flair and an abundance of bamboo. Private parties are welcomed in the banquet room.
The corner location of this place is good for the morning line. Try going early to beat the rush or the sleep-in crowd that approaches at noon or later. Once you finally get your food, you will know why Bijou Cafe is packed. The muffins are good with coffee for breakfast while the salads are a solid choice for lunch. Delighting diners since 1978, the food is affordable and is fresh. The ingredients used are procured from local farmers. The atmosphere is bright with large windows that open up the place. Fridays are the time for some live jazz music. Don't miss the spot when in town.
Taste the flavors of delicious Peruvian cuisine at Polli-Tico which offers traditional chicken cooked using family recipes. The flavorful menu features exciting dishes such as on-the-go Pollo bowl and sandwiches, fresh salads, chicken platters, charbroiled chicken accompanied by scrumptious sides. The inexpensive menu of this modest food cart invites people of all budgets to enjoy the tempting offerings of this unique cuisine.