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Chinese Tuxedo

PHOTOS: Oleg March

Chinese Tuxedo is on Doyers Street, that kind of hidden rounded alley where Nom Wah and Apotheke are. The inside is surprisingly big and feels like a party - imagine a 2016 version of Buddakan, but not in Meatpacking, and before it was full of teenagers who just drove in from Paramus for an 18th birthday party. The food is modern Chinese and much of it is very good, though it is likely to get expensive if you plan on leaving full. Expect a fun crowd of people looking to have a good time, and don't be turned off by the fact the menu lists a "music curator" for the restaurant - the service is actually very laid-back and unpretentious. Use it for an upcoming big group night out. (F.Y.I. It's wine and beer only, for now.)

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