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7.7

T. Brasserie

$$$$

96 South St, New York
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One of the most famous French chefs in the world (Jean-Georges Vongerichten) is behind the Tin Building, so you'll probably want to check out the French restaurant there. Unsurprisingly, it’s one of the stronger spots in the food hall. The space has black floors, green tile walls, and white marble tables, and it feels like a nice cafe that’s fitting for a date. Start with the bright green escargots, which are more herbaceous than garlicky. Then, if it’s the right time of year, get the salad with at least four different varieties of juicy heirloom tomatoes. The signature burger with gruyère and green chili mustard comes on a puff pastry bun, which sounds like a good idea on paper—but it's super rich and heavy. The whole thing is a bit much.

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