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Loi Estiatorio

Perfect For:Lunch


132 W 58th St, New York
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Loi Estiatorio is one of those Midtown spots that feels like it's been around forever, but stays under the radar. The focus at this unfussy restaurant is very much on the food, which includes a simple, but skillfully prepared branzino and a flavorful Greek salad topped with creamy feta that ends up being a surprise favorite. The dining room could use a little pizzazz, but this is still a good spot to become a lunchtime regular, and you’ll see people having semi-formal celebration dinners and date nights here too. The service is incredibly attentive without feeling pretentious—you'll feel all warm and fuzzy as you head home after a satisfying meal.

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