Poke spots are basically the new Duane Reades in terms of their saturation on Manhattan streets now, so we don’t usually call out most of the new ones. But when we come across a particularly good one, we’ll give it a shout. So meet Humble Fish in Tribeca. They’ll put trout roe on top of your bowl, and though they ran out of rice in the middle of the day on one of our visits, the quality is very good. The space looks like a trendy store with light wood and pastel colors, so it’s a pleasant place to eat.
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A Tribeca restaurant from Andrew Carmellini that belongs on your Hit List, if not your bucket list.
If the Queen Mary just ended up being a nicely appointed tug boat loaded with alcohol and raw oysters, you’d have Grand Banks. Load up on ceviche and fried veggies, just make sure you aren’t prone to motion sickness.
Tetsu is a Japanese restaurant in Tribeca from the chef behind Masa. It’s basically a stand-in for Nobu.
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Socarrat Paella Bar
No bigger than a subway car, Socarrat packs the majority of their patrons on bar stools around a communal table. The idea here is that they do paella the way it's done in Spain, as one big family. In such a small space, keeping the drool inside your mouth while you wait for your food is no easy task.
Maison Premiere is the coolest place in Williamsburg to eat oysters and drink cocktails.
Extra Virgin in the West Village is an excellent date spot and is as consistent as they come.
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