Eastfield’s is from the same people behind The East Pole, and it’s pretty much a younger version. They serve same type of food - kind-of-healthy stuff with an emphasis on vegetables - but it’s just a little less expensive here. It’s also a little brighter (during the day) and a little more fun. Come here if you want to eat a plate of kale or cauliflower or a burger and pretend you’re in Nolita. Bring a date. It’s good for that.
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