This terrific slice spot is counter-service-only, but happens to specialize in crunchy-edged square pies you’ll want to share with friends over a few drinks. Happily, there’s a workaround. Their sister spot Lucille’s, a plant-filled coffee and cocktail bar with a solid all-day menu, is located just two doors down. And they really don’t mind if you bring your pizza over. Order the broccoli rabe and sweet sausage or the pepperoni cup-packed grandma square pie to-go, then head down the block for martinis, rum punch, and craft beers. And if for some reason you aren’t in the mood for pizza, the kale caesar salad and baby back ribs on Lucille’s dinner menu are both good choices.
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Chez Maty Et Sokhna
Chez Maty Et Sokhna is a quiet Senegalese spot where you should pick up dibi lamb and spring rolls on your way to St. Nicholas Park.
The Handpulled Noodle
When you're in Harlem and you don’t feel like cooking, but you also don’t feel like eating in a restaurant, your move should be The Handpulled Noodle.
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Elio’s is an old-school Italian restaurant on the UES that’s great for a birthday party or a night of martinis and veal parm with a friend.
Bamonte’s is a red-sauce Italian spot that’s been open in Williamsburg since 1900, and things here don’t seem to have changed much since then.
This Gramercy Park Roman Italian restaurant is an excellent place for date night, brunch, or just went you want a great bowl of pasta.
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