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Hoexter’s

American

Upper East Side

$$$$Perfect For:Dinner with the ParentsDate NightImpressing Out of Towners
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The sort of place you might read about in your condo board's monthly newsletter, Hoexter’s is a revival of Hoexter's Market, an Upper East Side bistro from the ’70s. Its owners (also behind Flex Mussels) brought back an original mural and the “Famous” gorgonzola bread, and added distinct wallpaper zones, ranging from plaid wrapping paper to Victorian stars and moons.

Eating here is a throwback to that time your grandparents took you somewhere that was casual for them, but fancy for you: the servers use pens and little pads, the plates are branded, and when someone at your table spots a shrimp cocktail, they’ll insist on getting an order. You'll find solid, paint-by-numbers bistro fare, which benefits from a heavy seasoning of 82nd Street gossip percolating through the three rooms.

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