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The UES location of Oda House feels more upscale than the one in the East Village. There are chandeliers, marble tables, and servers wearing button downs - but don’t worry, you can still eat a wide variety of very good Georgian food in your gym clothes here. Ask your waiter if they have any specials - we did and we got some crunchy imeruli khachapuri (Georgian cheese bread) out of it. There are also about 20 other types of bread, kebabs, and dumplings (khinkali) on the menu. Despite the upscale look of the place, entrees are still around the $20 mark here, so keep it in mind as an affordable group dinner option in the area.

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