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5.7

Salvaje

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Salvaje is a rooftop restaurant in Midtown best known for almost catching on fire thanks to a wayward sparkler and troublingly flammable decor (thankfully, the damage was minimal). This is an odd little restaurant whose only discernible theme is: rhinoceros. The outdoor space is decorated with an alarming amount of severed, golden rhino heads. The menu is one of those vaguely Asian menus that mostly consists of some very whatever sushi. Viewed solely as a restaurant, this place is pretty awful. But it’s a viable clubstaurant option because the outdoor rooftop space has a lovely sunset view, the food is edible, and portions aren’t laughably small. Plus, during our visit, the DJ was playing a disco-heavy mix that featured not one but three Abba songs. And Abba makes everything better. 

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