We hereby dub this English restaurant in the West Village NYC’s pop-up princess. From a limited-time takeout collaboration with For All Things Good to a Venezuelan feast with chefs from Cosme and Atla, Dame continuously proves that takeout can be even more exciting than dining-in. Check out their Instagram for all of the updated information.
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